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Acknowledgements 
Dr Tania Abrahams for tropical pathology. Dr Rosalind Ambrose for tropical radiology. Professor JM Boon for dissections from ‘The Virtual Procedures Clinic’ CD-ROM (www. primalpictures.com 2003). Section of Clinical Anatomy University of Pretoria, Dr L Van Heerden and the following students: Van Jaarsveld M; Joubert AT; Van Schoor AN; Phetla MV; Mbandlwa L; Mahlomoje ID; Deetlefs MEC; Schoonraad B; Van Blerk EM; Gichangi C; Smith AB; Van der Colff FJ; Connell A; Sitholimela SC for their beautiful dissections 2002/3. Dr Sarah Clarke for ECGs. Mr S Dexter for laparoscopic shots. Professor R Ger for photos from ‘Essentials of Clinical Anatomy’, Parthenon, 1986. R Hutchings, freelance photographer. Professor Kubrick for lymphatic dissections. Dr Lahiri and the Wellington Hospital Cardiac Imaging and Research centre for EBCT scans of one of the authors. Mr J Spratt for numerous imaging pictures. Miss Gilli Vafidis for ophthalmoscopy views. Mr P Webb for photos from ‘Clinical Anatomy of Practical Procedures’, Pitman Medical, 1972. Professor J Weir and team for images from ‘Imaging Atlas of Human Anatomy’ 3rd edn, Elsevier 2003. Mr T Welch for tropical pathology. Professor T Wright for auriscopic views.

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