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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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In this study seven species of bacteria, six gram-negative (85.7 %) and one gram-positive (14.3 %), were identified from fixed cadavers belonging to the anatomy department of the Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile.
Aside from the cadavers, soldiers also confiscated three AK47, two M16 rifles, magazines for M16, three cellular phones and various documents.
Sage was trained in narcotics detection, handler and civilian protection, tracking, article searches, crowd control, area/building searches and advanced cadaver location, and he made his mark as a cadaver-locating dog in northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin, the release said.
The SynDavers will help students transition from cadavers to live patients more seamlessly, with more surgeries under their belt.
The cadaver was called up on the Anatomage, a 6-foot long flat computer screen that resembles an operating table and is housed in the Flicker Virtual Cadaver Lab at Moravian College's Sally Breidegam Miksiewicz Center for Health Sciences.
The team then moved on to the cadaver lab where medics were introduced to their first patients.
The cadaver training group practiced with embalmed cadavers while the simulator group practiced on a TraumaMan simulator (SIMULAB Corporation, Seattle, WA).
Users can visualize anatomy exactly as they would on a fresh cadaver. Individual structures are reconstructed in accurate 3D, resulting in an unprecedented level of real accurate anatomy, dissectible in 3D.
Jo-ar Herrera, Task Force Marawi spokesperson, said the retrieval of more cadavers would definitely aid the Soco in the collection of more samples that would later be matched with the DNA of those who had reported missing relatives.
Conclusion: Animal cadavers can be used as an effective teaching tool for pleuroscopy training.