Associate Professor Quentin A. Fogg

Head, Surgical Anatomy Research Group, School of Biomedical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences, University of Melbourne.

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Health & Medicine

Why giraffes have spots

A new study provides the first anatomical proof of why giraffes have spots – and how they relate to plastic surgery

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Health & Medicine

4 things you may not know about human anatomy

Can you flex the last joint on your index finger? Do you have a palmaris longus muscle in your palm? On World Anatomy Day, see what you can discover about your body

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