The reliance on unclaimed cadavers for anatomical teaching by medical schools in Africa

@article{Gangata2010TheRO,
  title={The reliance on unclaimed cadavers for anatomical teaching by medical schools in Africa},
  author={H. Gangata and P. Ntaba and P. Akol and G. Louw},
  journal={Anatomical Sciences Education},
  year={2010},
  volume={3}
}
The study of gross Anatomy through the use of cadaveric dissections in medical schools is an essential part of the comprehensive learning of human Anatomy, and unsurprisingly, 90% of the surveyed medical schools in Africa used cadaveric dissections. Donated cadavers now make up 80% of the total cadavers in North American medical schools and all the cadavers used for dissection in the United Kingdom are donated. Because the sources of cadavers used in Africa are not clearly known, a… Expand
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