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Safety and ethical issues of bare hand cadaver dissection by medical students

N Isai Vani

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2010.044


Dissection is not only a skill, but also an art that is identified as the signature of a surgeon. Besides the surgeon, all medical practitioners exhibit their proficiency, or the lack of it, while performing procedures such as the draining of an abscess, removal of a cyst, venesection, and so on. The initial learning seat for this marvellous art is the anatomy dissecting room.

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