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Now Richardson was a student who had long been anxious for that portion of the human subject to dissect.
The Anatomy Act of 1832 gave license to teachers of anatomy and medical students to dissect donated bodies.
To dissect V-Frog, students use their computer's mouse to manipulate a virtual scalpel, so they can simulate cutting through the frog's skin, and exposing realistic muscles, bones, and organs.
I'll be asking students if they think it is right to dissect real animals, if they would feel more comfortable using an alternative," Douglas said.
He suggests parents use scriptural principles, such as those expressed by Saint Paul when writing to the Philippians: "[Y]our thoughts should be wholly directed to all that is true, all that deserves respect, all that is honest, pure, admirable, decent, virtuous, or worthy of praise" (Philippians 4:8), to dissect the hollow philosophies put forth by pop culture.
Either the TissueLink DSTM dissecting sealer or the TissueLink Floating Ball was used to bluntly dissect the tumor free, while simultaneously sealing and coagulating the bleeders.
4) If enough air is driven into subcutaneous tissues, it continues to dissect along the tissue planes that provide the least resistance and track into the thorax and mediastinum.
Additionally, they could directly counter--or at the very least, balance--the tide of foreign-produced, "anthropological" documentaries which have attempted to present or dissect Bolivia's pueblos indigenas, often without regard or respect for indigenous community protocols and cultural/intellectual property rights.
In conventional diathermy, monopolar diathermy in the coagulation mode is used to dissect hemorrhoidal tissue from the internal sphincter.
The Word Identification Strategy, DISSECT, was introduced to sixth grade struggling readers who were experiencing failure in their general education science class.
As a result of Allie's dedication to preventing frogs from being killed for dissection, the school district purchased a state-of-the-art alternative computer program that allows students to virtually dissect a frog in the place of using a real animal.
Today, it is estimated that approximately 75 to 80 percent of the nation's four million high school students will dissect at least one animal, and the practice is even moving into elementary schools.