medical anatomy

med·i·cal a·nat·o·my

anatomy in its bearing on diagnosis and treatment of diseases.

med·i·cal a·nat·o·my

(medi-kăl ă-natŏ-mē)
Anatomy in its bearing on diagnosis and treatment of diseases.
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The impact of alternating dissection on student performance in a medical anatomy course: are dissection videos an effective substitute for actual dissection?
The report suggests that these visualization technologies are already transforming medical education and describes several innovative deployments in medical education settings, including the Augmentarium at the University of Maryland for surgery training and the development of a holographic medical anatomy curriculum at Case Western Reserve University, in partnership with the Cleveland Clinic.
Case Western Reserve University: Holographic Anatomy to Transform Healthcare Learning is a digital alternative to cadaver-based dissection, teaching medical anatomy using Microsoft HoloLens.
It is widely used as preservative in medical anatomy, histopathology laboratories, and mortuaries.
The time spent by teachers and students in the lab and mortuary is comparatively less as compared to on an average of more than 6 h exposure out of 8-h work shift in medical anatomy, histopathology laboratories, and mortuaries technicians and attendants.
This oversized volume covers general anatomy and the musculoskeletal system, making it suitable as a text for introductory medical anatomy courses.
A study among graduate medical anatomy students showed that 71% were multimodal learners and 29% were unimodal.
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