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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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For FCE, we found differences between South Koreans and North Americans in their willingness to discuss the donation with their parents, but not regarding willingness to make cadaveric organ donation.
79% of our study group agreed to add the other teaching materials to the cadaveric dissection and only a small group (10%) substituted them to the cadaveric dissection.
The study was done on 45 cadaveric and 15 autopsied heart specimens.
Methods: It was a case control study in which 45 lumbar herniated disc tissues (L4 L5 and L5 S1) and 45 dissected, fresh cadaveric disc tissues of same level and almost of same age groups were col- lected and in reference to age were divided into groups.
Blacks desiring transplantation are, for poorly defined reasons, less likely than whites to have a suitable living donor and are relatively more dependent on the availability of cadaveric donors.
9% preferred cadaveric specimen rather than plastic models for studying anatomy.
These donors willfully supply organs without any expectation of compensation, but the decision to donate is not the same for both cadaveric and LDs.
Treatment with commercial cadaveric hGH began when he was 5.
Moreover cadaveric donation has been approved by all prominent schools of Islamic jurisprudence and is also practiced in almost entire Muslim world," he added
On the questionnaire question "whether you agree to note in your identity card that in case of fatal accident you are ready to become a cadaveric donor?
In developed countries, the availability of cadaveric organ donations has reached a plateau.