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cadaver

Med a corpse

cadaver

[kə′dav·ər]
(medicine)
A dead animal or human body to be studied by dissection.
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An austere doctor's office with three cadavers laid out on stainless-steel examination tables awaited students from seven Illinois high schools.
The situation has prompted residents to consider killing stray dogs for fear that they might pounce on cadaver bags and expose unidentified bodies, sources said.
Fast forward three years, and FRCC has been able to procure two human cadavers each year from the Body Donor Program.
Laryngotracheal injury after percutaneous dilational tracheostomy in cadaver specimens.
It includes a comprehensive chronology of dissection and sections examining the anatomist's various incarnations (as bodysnatchers, as demonstrators and educators, as preparators and collectors, and as showmen) throughout history and how it was influenced by the public's changing attitude toward cadavers.
Competing exhibitors have accused one another of improper procurement and preservation of cadavers.
abiotic factors, predator-prey dynamics, and environmental adaptation) operate on the level of insects colonizing a cadaver.
Eliminates Need for Cadavers and Accelerates Physician Training
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Doctors have traditionally learned anatomy by studying photographs and illustrations and by memorizing thousands of bits of information as they cut cadavers.
Use of bones, joints, tendons and other tissues from cadavers has grown with advances in medicine to repair limbs and relieve pain.
In the decades before the hormone could be engineered, hGH was harvested from the pituitary glands of human cadavers.