1. The need for Cadaveric organs calls for stout-hearted and culturally appropriate information sharing, media coverage, visible public debates, and other forms of farreaching education.
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2. 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 …
3. Cadaveric: Plasma, Serum Donor Screening: Simultaneous qualitative detection of HBV DNA, HIV-1 Group M and Group O RNA, HIV-2 RNA, and HCV RNA Roche Molecular Systems, Inc.
4. Cadaveric spasm is a persistent occurrence when it happens, and the individual will continue to hold that pose from death until putrefaction allows for decay of the affected limb. However, Cadaveric spasm can be seen in archaeological remains if the affected limb is buried.
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5. Cadaveric ( comparative more Cadaveric, superlative most Cadaveric ) Pertaining to a corpse
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6. 157: Hodgkin had just returned from his second visit to Paris, where he had learned to prepare and dissect Cadaveric specimens.
7. Cadaveric intact limbs that include bones, joints, and soft tissues will more accurately replicate real-life in vivo conditions during impacts and injuries. Intact limbs can be assessed using laboratory impact testing with only slight modifications of the procedure used for isolated whole bones.
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8. Cadaveric donor transplantation allogeneic transplantation of an organ or tissue from a cadaver. corneal transplantation transplantation of a donor cornea into the eye of a recipient; see also corneal transplantation
Cadaveric, Cadaver, Corneal, Cornea
9. The first patient treated with Cadaveric pituitary GH (hGH) was reported in 1958
10. Subsequently, collection of Cadaveric pituitaries started in many countries and several centers extracted the hormone using one of two methods: a
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11. Cadaveric Anatomy: Review for Healthcare Professionals
12. Cadaveric Definition of Cadaveric by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Cadaveric.
13. Definition of Cadaveric in the Definitions.net dictionary
14. What does Cadaveric mean? Information and translations of Cadaveric in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
15. Cadaveric donors alone cannot meet increasing organ requirements
16. The study sample included 102 (one hundred and two) Cadaveric human mandibles, out of which 56 (fifty-six) were male and 46 (forty-six) female mandibles.
17. Did you know that your Student license includes a Cadaveric image library of over 200 images that you can correlate to the 3D model? This Course, created by Mark Nielson at the University of Utah, is designed to supplement anatomy courses that teach through Cadaveric study.
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18. Learn how to say Cadaveric with EmmaSaying free pronunciation tutorials.Definition and meaning can be found here:https://www.google.com/search?q=define+Cadav
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19. Cadaveric donation comprises organ donation—that is, taking organs (heart, lungs, kidneys, liver, pancreas) from brain dead people, as well as tissue donation, meaning taking tissues (skin, corneas, tendons, bone) from brain dead as well as heart dead people
Cadaveric, Comprises, Corneas
20. Cadaveric simulation is of particular interest, as it provides ultra‐high‐fidelity representation of surgical anatomy as encountered in vivo 1, 5, authentic tissue handling 6 and complex three‐dimensional neurovascular relationships, which are difficult to appreciate in textbooks and almost impossible to replicate in synthetic models 7.
21. In the year 2001, Cadaveric kidney and liver transplant rates (CadTx) in countries with well-established transplant programs such as the United States and Spain ranged from 51 to 61.9 and 18.7 to 31.3 per million population (pmp), respectively
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22. Introducing Incentives in the Market for Live and Cadaveric Organ Donations by Gary S
23. Cadaveric Blood Specimens from Donors of Human Cells, Tissues, and Cellular and Tissue -Based Products (HCT/Ps) 2
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24. Regarding the student opinion about the best method of teaching anatomy, 123 students (39.3 %) supported the combination of (Cadaveric dissection and multimedia), whereas 43 (13.7 %) and 42 (13.4 %) respectively thought that multimedia alone and Cadaveric dissection alone is best.
25. Disadvantages of Cadaveric Transplant • It is relatively harder to get a Cadaveric donor
26. • There is the high success rate of transplant from a living donor than a Cadaveric donor
27. • It takes more than 6 months to have a Cadaveric …
28. Cadaveric Spasm (Instantaneous Rigor, Death Clutch, & Cataleptic Rigidity) Definition
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29. Cadaveric spasm is a condition wherein stiffening occurs in certain groups of muscles, which were already in a state of contraction at the time of death.; It is a rare form of virtually instantaneous rigor that develops at the time of death with no prior phase of primary flaccidity.
Cadaveric, Condition, Certain, Contraction
30. Conscription of Cadaveric organs for transplantation: neglected again
31. The March 2003 issue of the Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal was devoted to Cadaveric organ procurement
32. Live and Cadaveric Organ Donations Gary S
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34. Aiims Cadaveric surgical skills training The aim of the Faculty and Staff of Jai Prakash Narayan Apex Trauma Center, AIIMS is to provide state of the art compassionate patient care to all acutely injured patients and those requiring its specialized services.
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35. Hence, this Cadaveric feasibility study was performed
36. METHODS: The internal thoracic artery was dissected in 5 adult Cadaveric specimens
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39. Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease Associated with Cadaveric Dura Mater Grafts -- Japan, January 1979-May 1996 MMWR 46(45);1066-1069 Publication date: 11/14/1997
40. Adjusted Relative Risk of Death among 23,275 Recipients of a First Cadaveric Transplant
41. On correlating the measurements between Cadaveric and radiological study, the p values were not statistically significant (p > 0.05)
42. Like previous Hand Courses, this year's included Cadaveric anatomy and procedure demonstrations by our Hand Fellows
43. Kevin Khoo, to perform a Cadaveric nerve dissection streamed live to the 400+ …
cadaveric - of or relating to a cadaver or corpse; "we had long anticipated his cadaverous end"
Cadaveric spasm. Cadaveric spasm, also known as postmortem spasm, instantaneous rigor, cataleptic rigidity, or instantaneous rigidity, is a rare form of muscular stiffening that occurs at the moment of death and persists into the period of rigor mortis. Cadaveric spasm can be distinguished from rigor mortis as the former is...
It comes from the Latin cadāver, meaning “corpse,” from the Latin verb cadere, meaning “to perish.” One adjective form of cadaver is cadaverous , but it’s not used in a technical way. Cadaverous is used to describe a person who looks as if they were dead, such as someone who looks especially thin, pale, or bony.
In a study reported in The International Journal of Legal Medicine, there was no consistent evidence of cadaveric spasms even in deaths of the same type. Out of 65 sharp-force suicides, only two victims still held their weapon post mortem. This low incidence rate suggests that genuine cadaveric spasm was not exhibited.