gross anatomy


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gross anatomy

[′grōs ə′nad·ə·mē]
(anatomy)
Anatomy that deals with the naked-eye appearance of tissues.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The use of the cadavers to teach gross anatomy has been practised in undergraduate medical courses traditionally.
* Would space in the gross anatomy lab allow for additional cadaver storage?
The study design of all the articles were well describing the nature of the study (e.g., experimental, randomized or observational and the type of data used.Most of the articles were abstracted from randomized control trials few gross anatomy studies were submitted.
In the first theme structural differentiation (n=10;31%) was a trend suggesting that it is difficult to study prossected specimen at a very initial stage of gross anatomy course.
Her 1989 book, An Artist in the University Medical Center, is the collection of her work as she followed a class of Tulane University medical students from their introduction to gross anatomy to their graduation.
Students wishing to study gross anatomy outside of the laboratory and at their own pace will finally have the opportunity to do so.
At the Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, Pa., a joint-venture with former educator Dan Harrington is producing semester-long curriculum modules that cover gross anatomy topics.
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In this volume, authors Diogo, Pastor, Hartstone-Rose, and Muchlinski continue their series devoted to setting out the comparative and contextual gross anatomy and evolutionary history of modern humans and our closest relative species, the gorilla.
Objective: The purpose of this study at Army Medical College was to assess differences in learning of students from cadaveric dissection or plastic models; and explore their perceptions about efficacy of various instructional tools used during the gross anatomy practical time.
For doctors, the human body is a continuous focus of attention, and therefore the study of Anatomy is necessary for safe medical practice.9 In the 18th century, the study of gross anatomy was dependent on cadaveric dissection because that was the only available method of three-dimensional studies of the gross anatomical structures.
This second edition also contains a new intro chapter on the development of the head and neck, covering material usually treated in dental school courses on gross anatomy. About 20 radiographic images are new.