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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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They found that the skin from the cadaver was the best at triggering growth of new blood vessels and was a strong as the volunteer's own skin.
When more than one dog has alerted independently in the same spot, some judges have been persuaded to allow cadaver dog evidence.
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Nationally, there are very few hands-on cadaver labs at the high school level, says David Evans, executive director of the National Science Teachers Association.
According to the Cadaver Human Tissue Ordinance 2009 and its passage in form of an Act in the 18th Amendment, now it is a legal practice to transplant donated organs," he said.
A government official of the Task Force Cadaver told Gulf News, "The bodies have been decomposing, but their bones and hair remain intact for identification process.
Such is the scene of life, love and death at Front Range Community College's cadaver lab, which students and professors agreed offers undergraduates the rare opportunity to take their examination of the human body beyond the pages of a book or static models.
Considering the dismal situation of cadaver bone donations in India, doctors are looking for an ideal bone substitute which should mimic the natural bone and replace the lost damaged bone in the human body due to increasing requirements of hip and knee replacements.
Five of the 6 cadavers had a grade 4 cartilage injury; grade 4, which was the highest injury grade in that study, was defined as a fracture with multiple comminutions.
8220;Our upcoming cadaver workshop is a perfect example of the kind of high quality, leading-edge continuing medical education that the AACS is known for,” states Dr.
AFTER WE DIE: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF THE HUMAN CADAVER provides a fine survey of what happens to bodies during and after various forms of cadaver disposal.
Officials in Tuscaloosa, Alabama - one of the hardest hit areas by severe thunderstorms and tornadoes on Wednesday - are bringing in cadaver dogs for search and rescue operations amid large piles of debris from damaged and destroyed structures.