Human Anatomy, Physiology, and Medicine. Anything human!
Has anyone ever done a kadaver disection or witnessed one cause i really want to know..i might consider going it at college
Summer schedual/ gotta cram all chemo info and i have water polo practice 3 tiomes a day!!!!!!!..frick i nned some sleep!!
If you are referring to human kadavers, in the US, undergraduates are usually only permitted to witiness dissections from separate rooms, while the graduates usually perform the dissection.
Yes, it is for Medical School, etc. It trains students in professional fields to understand the human body better by actually going through the body by dissecting it themselves.
"Take four red capsules, in ten minutes take two more. Help is on the way."
----- Voice from the Medicine Cabinet
You are dissecting a real human body (a dead one of course ). Kadavers are the bodies you dissect. actually there are some processes that the body goes through before dissection, these processes change the look and the smell of the body.
It matters not how strait the gate
How charged with punishment the scroll
I am the Master of my fate
I am the Captain of my soul.
really, this may sound callous, but you immerse yourself in the learning process and the fact that the "specimen" had feelings, thoughts, dreams and ideas is set on a back burner. It is not gross, it is quite fascinating to view the human body from the inside. And remember, these folks wanted to give themselves for this very purpose--learning and such.
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