Tartu Ülikooli patoloogilise anatoomia instituudi kollektsioon inimorganismist pärit kividest

Sirje Sisask
This article describes a rare collection of human stones originally owned by the Institute of Pathological Anatomy and assumed to be a study collection that dates back to the 19th century. Prior to writing this article, I familiarised myself with the collection of stones that form in human bodies at the UT Museum (ÜAM_1613:1–65 AjM). Reviewing these collections, one often returns to the question of why do these stones form in our bodies? The most...
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