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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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With respect to motor vehicle safety laws, we study how changes in seat belt, helmet, and speed limit laws indirectly affect the number of living donations by shifting the supply of cadaveric organ donations.
Based on a cadaveric study with 26 specimens, Smith et al (1996) suggested that the sublabral foramen was caused by a degenerative reorganisation process, which would agree with other findings that the foramen appeared to be an age-dependant change (Kreitner et al 1998, Pfahler et al 2003).
Other controls are socio-demographic variables that may be correlated with the willingness to donate cadaveric organs or their availability.
The patient's condition was treated with 2 different formulations of commercial cadaveric hGH, including one of the same brands in the same year as that of the first reported patient with iCJD associated with commercial cadaveric hGH (3).
In Analysis II, to adjust for censored observations, a Cox proportional hazards model was used to estimate the likelihood of receiving a cadaveric kidney transplant.
Led by distinguished faculty, this course utilizes a combination of didactic classroom lectures featuring applicable case studies as well as a cadaveric lab for hands-on exposure to instrumentation.
Advancements in surgical training, medical device deployment, and advanced imaging techniques have necessitated the development of an accurate cadaveric model simulating the human body's delivery of blood via vascular channels.
The foremost issues include the exploitation of the donor and the poor, the increased risk to the donor, the advantage of wealthy recipients, the fear of decreasing cadaveric donations, and concerns that commercial renal transplantations could have a negative impact on the availability of organs not suitable for living donations, such as heart and lung.
When FDA approved the first NAT for HIV-1 and HCV for cadaveric specimens - where unlike here, there was a history of disease transmission - the agency waited three years following approval to require implementation of the test.
The Branchburg, NJ-based company attributed the healthy number to increased demand for AlloDerm Regenerative Tissue Matrix, its cadaveric skin product used primarily in reconstructive surgeries.
To reduce the excess demand for organs (holding total demand constant), our only option is to increase the number of organs available from live and/or cadaveric individuals.