gross anatomy


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gross anatomy

[′grōs ə′nad·ə·mē]
(anatomy)
Anatomy that deals with the naked-eye appearance of tissues.
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Gross anatomy videos: student satisfaction, usage, and effect on student performance in a condensed curriculum.
Conclusion: Majority of the students with higher reflective score identified learning strategy preference for gross anatomy models.
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One of the most unique experiences a medical student undertakes in medical school is the Gross Anatomy course in which the cadaver is treated as a "first patient.
The Online Guided Gross Anatomy Dissector is a good addition for universities that include cadaver dissection as part of their anatomy curriculum.
Training in anatomy also is fundamental to other disciplines, including Western allopathic medicine; for centuries, course work in gross anatomy has been a rite of passage for medical students.
In a recent editorial of the journal Clinical Anatomy, Stephen Carmichael, remarked that some studies "showed that total hours in gross anatomy (and other anatomical disciplines) decreased since earlier surveys dating back to 1955; specifically decreasing from almost 350 total hours in 1955 to 149 hours in 2009" (S.
I became fascinated with gross anatomy but started to despise it because you're hunting for tiny, difficult-to-find anatomical structures.
Gross anatomy of the pancreatic lobes and ducts in six breeds of domestic ducks and six species of wild ducks in china.
The level of exposure to that agent depends on the duration of time spent in the gross anatomy laboratory, the working conditions there, and the type of embalming performed (Pabst, 1987).