The diverse utility of wet prosections and plastinated specimens in teaching gross anatomy in New Zealand.


Anatomical education has traditionally used cadaveric material to study the human body, with both wet prosections and plastinated (PP) material commonly utilized. However, the frequency of use of these different preparation modes in a tertiary institution has not been previously examined. An audit of PP use in the Department of Anatomy and Structural… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/ase.245