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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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Bones will be used in incorporated and unincorporated areas to locate cadaver body parts in investigations and provide grief support for family members and participate in community outreach.
When it was performed on cadaver bodies the procedure supposedly took 18 hours to complete, (http://www.
This addition expands Stanbridge's resources for innovation and technology in the classroom with hands-on training and the largest digital database for actual cadaver scans and information.
Segun Jose Maria Marroqui, se afirmaba que un ano despues, el 19 de junio de 1868, se celebraban las exequias en recuerdo de Maximiliano, Miramon y Mejia, en la misma capilla donde permanecio el cadaver del archiduque.
The third supervised station comprised the animal cadaver model that was attended by all four groups in turn.
Spartanburg County Sheriff Chuck Wright told reporters that cadaver dogs have signalled possible remains near where the woman was found, and officers are due to excavate the area.
The polyvinyl tissue makes it possible for surgeons and medical residents to practise bypass surgery techniques using the synthetic material as opposed to the current method of using arteries and veins from dead pigs or human cadavers.
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.
Al cadaver 3 de la fosa 4 le hicieron un examen dactilar de una mano el 15 de abril, y el 22 de la otra.
Eighty seven students maintained the sanctity of the cadaver by giving it due respect.
One of the wounds was left to heal naturally, another had the disk of removed skin re-attached, the third was heated with a manmade skin substitute and the fourth was decellularized skin from a cadaver.