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人体科学馆简介

人体科学馆(宣传片解说词)


      人体解剖学和组织胚胎学是研究人体发生和形态结构的科学,本馆是我校人体解剖与组织胚胎学系几代人经过半个多世纪精心研究的成果,它们既是立体的教科书,又是特殊的艺术品,更是探索人体奥秘的有益窗口和攀登医学高峰的重要阶梯,从中我们不仅了解人体的自身,也将得到无限的灵感与启迪,以此为起点,我们将更加深入地认识万物之灵的人类本身。


      小标题: 启古纳今


      人体科学馆创建于上世纪50年代初,创立之初名为标本陈列室,2003年经过调整和扩充,更名为人体博物馆,2013年进行了全面改建。如今呈现在您面前的是一座具有历史传统和现代理念并重,展示手段先进,集教学、科研、临床、科普于一体,极具发展潜力的科学场馆。馆藏珍品中,齐登科教授绘制于上世纪三十年代备课手稿,原作的精致程度堪比艺术品,王有琪教授1940年从美国留学带回的实验记录,郑思竞教授的毕业证书及在哈弗大学的毕业论文,还有外籍专家谭忧黎、雷门教授制作于上世纪三十年代的标本、切片、1951年手工制作的胎儿模型,以及我系的古典切片机、显微镜等、参与毛主席纪念堂09工程研究的奖状,这些展品背后都有它的传奇故事。


       小标题:求实创新


       整个展区共分四块,第一展区为“人体发生之旅”,主要介绍胚胎发生发育的过程,以及一些发生的变异或畸形。还有人体的支撑及运动系统。


       第二展区为“人体结构探秘”,包含消化、呼吸、泌尿、生殖、脉管系统、神经等系统


       第三展区为“解剖在临床医学中的应用”,展出的断层包含人体完整的横断面和矢状切,还有局解部分的头颈部、胸腹部、盆部、四肢及我们自行研发的手术导航系统,它已在全国三十多家三级甲等医院得到应用,完成复杂神经外科手术近万例。


       第四展区为“多媒体演示区”,安装有最先进的全高清超宽弧形投影设施,备有几十套专业教学影片,将来会有上百套,该展区还展示系的发展历程及文化建设和传承,包含半个多世纪的文物。


       说完传统的,要介绍创新的,一进门,在这个位置(平面图上闪烁点),我们安装了幻影成像,可以看到清晰的人体三维动态影像。


       在全国医学院的展馆首创二维码技术的运用,在标本架上,我们可以看到相对应的一个二维码,拿出您的手机,对准二维码,定位扫描,立刻呈现眼前标本的照片,并标明结构,还会配有声音


       在第三展区这个位置(平面图上闪烁点),我们引进了一个三维虚拟人系统,在这个系统中,我们可以看到人体任何一层切片,包括矢状、冠状、水平切面,可以进行三维重建,还有组织学和病理学显微镜下标本图片库,在这些位置,我们安装了四台电脑,能和虚拟人系统联网,并装有三维人体解剖互交软件。


       在这两个位置上,我们安装了电脑查询台,在这里我们可以快速查阅本馆的参观信息。


       小标题:厚德精术


       300平方米有限的展馆空间,限制我们放入更多的实体标本,但是现代化技术应用又让我们的展馆无限拓宽了,正在建设中的数字化人体科学馆让您在任何地域或时间通过网络参观我们的人体科学馆,虚拟漫游可以让您有身临其境的感觉。


       再者,馆内的大量数字资源,如数字人的断层、实时三维演示、电镜和病理的数字切片,将成为我们教室的共享资源。


       高品质的硬件装备将给我们带来身临其境观摩视听效果,未来在这里我们将与临床解剖中心、中山医院手术室联网进行手术高清视频实时传输与观摩。


       说完了创新的,我们要说一个真实感人的故事了。在我馆第四展区中您能看见这样一块铜碑,上面刻有一对夫妻的名字和形象,在碑文中我们可以看到靳安庸1934年至1975年在上海医学院从事组织胚胎学技术工作,为医学事业贡献了毕生的精力,早在20世纪90年代初靳安庸女士和丈夫戎镇远医师做出了遗体捐献的决定,并已实现了自己的愿望。在其感召下,众多子女也办理捐献眼角膜和遗体的手续,这种无私奉献的令人久久难以忘怀!其实在馆中,还有很多我们不知名的逝者,他们的精神同样伟大,虽然我们看到的标本是静止的,但他们的生命并没有结束,怀着敬仰的心情,每一个从事医学事业的人和未来的医学工作者都会感到自己肩负的责任与使命,让我们为祖国的医学事业发展贡献出自己所有的努力。


Introduction to Human Museum of Fudan University

 

The human anatomy and histoembryology are the sciences that study the structure and growth of the body, respectively. Here in Shanghai Medical College of Fudan University, the Museum of the Human Body presents the scientific achievements and accomplishments accumulated over the past half century, thanks to the painstaking efforts of the generations based at the Department of the Human Anatomy and Histoembryology. The specimens serve as not merely a textbook of three dimensions, but also the scientific work of art. And more importantly, these exhibits open the window to the secrets of the body, and meanwhile act as the fundamental steps towards the forefront of the basic medical sciences. In the Museum the medical students can start their journey of medicine to explore the human body.  

 

The Museum can be traced back to the early 50s of the 20th century, when it was established as a specimen showroom on campus. In 2003, it was renamed the Museum of the Human Body upon rearrangement and expansion. In 2013, the physical structure of the Museum was fully reconstructed to be characterized by the integration of tradition and modernity. Today, the Museum can further facilitate medical education, medical research, clinical practice and science popularization.  

 

Among the treasured items here in the Museum you can see the handwritten manuscript drawn by late Prof. QI Dengke in the 30s of the 20th century. It is well recognized as a piece of art for its precision. You can also see the laboratory records made and brought to the motherland by late Prof. WANG Youqi from the United States; late Prof. ZHENG Sijing’s the degree certificate of Harvard University and his graduation thesis; the specimens and slices made by the alien expert TAN Youli and Prof. 雷门in the 30s of the 20thcentury; the fetus model hand made in 1951; the classical slicers and microscopes; and the award issued for the participation in 09 Project of Mao Zedong Memorial Hall. Behind each displaying item there is a legend.   

 

The Museum of the Human Body consists of four sections. The first section is called the Journey of the Human Body, which presents the growth of the human body, mainly showing the embryonic growth and deforms and defects. Beyond that, it deals with the system of the physical support and movement.

 

The second section is called the Exploration of the Human Structure, which deals with the digestive, respiratory, urinary, productive, cardiovascular, and neural system. 

 

The third section is called the Clinical Applications of the Human Anatomy, where are exhibited the complete human cross section and sagittal section, as well as the head and neck region, thorax and abdomen, pelvic part and limbs of local anatomy. Among the exhibits, there is a surgical guiding system, which has been applied to approximately 10,000 neural surgeries in over 30 tertiary hospitals graded A across the country.   

 

The 4th section is called the Multimedia Area, which is equipped with the ultra-wide projection facilities and dozens of educational videos. The number of the video is expected to grow up to 100 for medical education. From the area is also available the exhibits that reflect the history and heritage of the Department of Human Anatomy over the past half century.        

 

So much for the brief introduction to the four sections of the museum, and let’s move to the important innovations. Upon your entrance, you cannot miss the flashing area in the layout, which shows the phantom imaging of a 3D human body in rotation.

 

You can use your cellphone to scan a 2D code underneath a specimen to retrieve the image of a corresponding human structure immediately, which is accompanied by a vocal interpretation. We are proud of pioneering in applying such an IT technology to the Museum.

 

When you enter the 3rd section, you can see a flashing area in the layout, which is showing a 3D virtue human system composed of all kinds of sections, sagittal, coronary, horizontal, for 3D reconstruction. You can also see a collection of microscopic pictures of the histological and pathological specimen. Here in this area there are four computers linked to the virtue human being online.  

 

   In either of the two flashing areas, you can use the computerized reception desk for information about the Museum.

 

The Museum of the Human Body has an area of 300 m2, which is apparently limited to a growing addition of specimen. However, the Digital Museum of the Human Body is under construction, which has made it possible for the Museum to expand infinitely so that it can be visited online anytime and anywhere, producing an amazing virtue visual effect.      

 

The digitalized materials are also available for the medical education in the classroom such as human cross sections, real time 3D presentations, electricmicrospic and pathological slices.     

 

The advanced hardware here in the Museum can produce real audiovisual effect so that the Museum can be online linked to the Center of Clinical Anatomy and the Operating Room at Zhongshan Hospital for real time observations in high resolution.

 

In the 4th Section of the Museum there is a real and moving story. You can see a bronze plate in which are inscribed the picture of a couple and their names. It reads that JIN Anyong committed her life to the technical work of histoembryology from 1934 to 1975 at the medical school. In the 90s of the 20th century, JIN Anyong and her husband decided to donate their bodies in their living will. Inspired by the will, their children did the same to donate their corneas and bodies. Such a dedication to medicine is unforgettable from generation to generation.   

 

Actually, there are so many anonymous late donators here in the Museum, and their dedicating spirit was, is and will be highly recognized because these static specimens are still symbolic of their endless lives, inspiring considerate hushed veneration and. These displays will continue to inspire the medical workers of today and tomorrow to embody their basic mission in dedicating themselves to the noble course of medicine in China. 

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