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The Problem With Dead Things

I once knew someone who used to carry a corpse around with her, everywhere she went.

People would say, “Ew! What is that smell?”

“What smell? 585 more words

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When the horses die, the cowboys get off.

My first cut!

“Your cadaver should be maintained in good condition. After every dissection, make sure you cover it up properly with the white cloth, sprinkle formaldehyde on it and wrap it nicely in the polythene paper.” 1,051 more words

Synthetic Cadaver Breathes, Bleeds, and Moves - Totally Awesome or Totally CREEPY?

It looks and feels human. It’s even made of salt, water, and fiber – just like you and me. But, this incredible replica of the human body isn’t human; it’s SynDaver Lab’s synthetic human patient. 775 more words


Human Cadaver Dissection: Week 3

Day 1: Today we worked on the head and neck. It was kind of creepy skinning the face and neck, had to keep the eyes covered. 71 more words


Human Cadaver Dissection: Week 2

Day 1: Fat trimming and isolation of the structures/ vessels around the female cadaver’s right foot/ ankle (malleoli). We identified the structures that run through the tarsal tunnel. 709 more words


Human Cadaver Dissection Week 1

Day 1: We got started right away with the dissection. We got three new bodies, 2 female (97 and early 70s years of age) and 1 male (72 or 73 years of age also). 458 more words


Our Day With Fu-Chan Wei

by Jacob G. Unger, MD

We had the distinct privilege of having Dr. Fu Chan Wei as our visiting professor this past week at UT Southwestern.  421 more words