How many objects from the museums collections are on outgoing loans?

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How many objects from the museums collections are on outgoing loans?

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In 2005 there were 6 loans, of 5 artifacts from the museums Historical Collections and 1 object from the Otis Historical Archives. In 2004 there were 2 loans, of 4 artifacts from the museums Historical Collections. In 2003 there were 4 loans, of 20 artifacts from the museum’s Historical Collections. In 2002 there were 6 loans, of 3 artifacts from the museum’s Historical Collections and 3 from the museum’s Human Developmental Anatomy Center. In 2001 there were 16 loans, of 7 artifacts from the museum’s Anatomical Collections and 3 from the museum’s Human Developmental Anatomy Center. See more about the museum’s recent loans. Top TOP 52. Is there a collection of fetal anomalies (historically known as fetal monsters) available for public viewing? Presently, the museum has an exhibit running indefinitely, “From a Single CellHuman Reproduction, Growth and Development,” which traces the growth and development of the embryo and fetus with specimens showing the stages of human development befo

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In 2005 there were 6 loans, of 5 artifacts from the museums Historical Collections and 1 object from the Otis Historical Archives. In 2004 there were 2 loans, of 4 artifacts from the museums Historical Collections. In 2003 there were 4 loans, of 20 artifacts from the museum’s Historical Collections. In 2002 there were 6 loans, of 3 artifacts from the museum’s Historical Collections and 3 from the museum’s Human Developmental Anatomy Center. In 2001 there were 16 loans, of 7 artifacts from the museum’s Anatomical Collections and 3 from the museum’s Human Developmental Anatomy Center. See more about the museum’s recent loans. TOP 52. Is there a collection of fetal anomalies (historically known as fetal monsters) available for public viewing? Presently, the museum has an exhibit running indefinitely, “From a Single CellHuman Reproduction, Growth and Development,” which traces the growth and development of the embryo and fetus with specimens showing the stages of human development before a

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