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ca·dav·er·ic

(kă-dav'er-ik),
Relating to a 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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The majority of our students preferred cadaveric dissection in combination with multimedia because these methods potentially give an easier way to understand anatomy.
Cadaveric dissection and didactic lessons with atlas images constitute the traditional methods; however, 3D simulation technologies, virtual/augmented reality, 3D printed materials, simulation/training models, and radiology-based comparative illustrations form the new methodologies in current anatomy education (5).
In our present study, the results of metric measurements of ICD and DMF of cadaveric male and female mandibles were found out and their statistical significance was calculated using student's t-test.
The fingers of all cadaveric specimens, volunteers, and patients underwent MRI with the following sequences: proton density-weighted imaging with fat suppression (PD FS) in axial, coronal and sagittal planes (repetition time/echo time [TR/TE]: 2347-3657 ms/40-45 ms), and T1-weighted fast spin-echo in axial, coronal, and sagittal planes (TR/TE: 521-780 ms/20-40 ms); section thickness: 2 mm; interslice space: 0.2 mm; number of excitations: 2-4; FOV: 100-140 mm x 70-100 mm x 26-40 mm; and voxel: 0.15-0.25 mm x 0.15-0.25 mm x 1.50 mm.
The dCJD cases underscore the importance of establishing measures to eliminate or greatly reduce the possibility of CJD transmissions (e.g., strict donor screening, appropriate record keeping, prevention of cross-contaminations, and ideally, the use of validated sterilization methods) whenever human tissues, particularly of cadaveric origin, might be used to treat other patients.
In comparing cadaveric dissection to other forms of learning, about 75.0% of the students disagreed or strongly disagreed that dissection should be replaced by lectures, computer-based learning, or prosecuted materials.
In a survey study based on measurements made using a cadaveric model, we found that the DT view is superior to the lateral view of the wrist in the identification of any degree of dorsal cortex perforation of the radial-most screw in a volar locking plate.
Subgroup analyses to explore potential sources of heterogeneity were based on type of study (cadaveric versus intraoperative), side (left versus right), and geographical distribution.
- US-based medical device company Avioq, Inc.'s Avioq HTLV-I/II Microelisa System assay has obtained Health Canada approval and can now be used for testing blood specimens from deceased (cadaveric, non-heart beating) organ and tissue donors, the company said on Thursday.
On the other hand, for FCE about cadaveric organ donation, South Koreans (M = 20.12, SD = 21.52) and North Americans (M = 25.18, SD = 19.13) did not differ, t(190) = 1.67, p = .10.
We conducted a cadaveric study to determine the size of cartilage grafts that can be taken from the tragus without distorting tragal anatomy.
Two types of liver transplant are possible: living donor transplant and cadaveric transplant.