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ca·dav·er·ic

(kă-dav'er-ik),
Relating to a dead body.

cadaveric

[kad′äver′ik]
pertaining to or resembling a cadaver or dead body.
Referring to a dead body or the body of a decedent

ca·dav·er·ic

(kă-dav'ĕr-ik)
Relating to a deadbody.
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Whereas cadaveric organ donation is an act performed on a dead body, discussion of the decision to donate organs with one's parents is an action that any living person can perform at any time.
Cadaveric dissection has been an integral and necessary part of a medical curriculum since the inception of modern anatomy teaching.
8cm (Table 1) and the comparison of cadaveric hearts anterior main chordae to that of autopsied heart were highly significant (P [less than or equal to] 0.
Key words: Lumbar disc herniation, Cadaveric lumbar disc, neo-vascularization, different age groups.
Students of Anatomy have been using human cadavers as a learning tool for over 500 years and cadaveric dissection still remains the pillar for the teaching and learning of anatomy in most medical colleges.
In this article, we propose using variation in traffic safety laws between states as an instrumental variable to identify the substitution patterns between living and cadaveric kidney donations.
The patient's condition was treated with 2 different formulations of commercial cadaveric hGH, including one of the same brands in the same year as that of the first reported patient with iCJD associated with commercial cadaveric hGH (3).
Table 3 shows that 26% of respondents would refuse to get a cadaveric donation due to distrust to a positive outcome of donation (the level of medical service, health development) compared with the other persons who disagree due to ignorance of a legal framework and religious motivations (OR 1.
27] The major obstacle in achieving this goal is the shortage of cadaveric organs compared to the increasing number of patients awaiting renal transplantation.
Additionally, the AMA recently urged Congress to amend the NOTA of 1984 to allow for pilot studies with financial compensation for families of cadaveric donors as a means to reduce the shortage of organs available for transplant (PR Newswire, 2008).
According to Van Flamion, director of the Bioskills Lab and Paragon's OIGDC, the lab was designed to provide Paragon's customers a" convenient, cost effective, full-service facility where orthopedic and other medical device companies can perform cadaveric studies on their products and/or train their surgeons or field representatives on surgical techniques pertaining to their products.
Equipped with up to four cadaveric evaluation stations, the lab features ergonomic tables, laminar airflow, separate temperature zones, and a private conference room with a viewing window into the lab, the company said.