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Synonyms for cadaver

the physical frame of a dead person or animal

Synonyms for cadaver

the dead body of a human being

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The few cadaver programs Evans knows of all have rigorous admission requirements.
A government official of the Task Force Cadaver told Gulf News, "The bodies have been decomposing, but their bones and hair remain intact for identification process.
It sounds like such a creepy experience, you're hanging out with dead people," senior undergraduate student Rachel Landin said as roughly 49 of her peers bent over a dozen cadavers.
Plastination for cadavers was created by German doctor von Hagens in the 1970s, and was originally used primarily as an educational tool.
For topical application of Hirsutella spores, healthy adults were treated in three replicate assays by touching their ventral surface to either sporulating in vitro colonies of strain 3A (maintained at the UF Entomology/Insect Pathology lab, Gainesville, FL) (total n = 46 adults), to GWSS cadavers displaying spores of Hirsutella (n = 33), or to a nutrient agar plate (control, n = 35).
Next, I provide a list of different types of forensically important insects and ask the students to work together to put them in the order in which they arrive at a cadaver (Figure 1).
Before we had the Trainers, we had to fly physicians in for a training session to work on cadavers, which is a logistic and expensive challenge.
Now, virtual human bodies developed by a team of doctors and software engineers in Kerala are going to replace cadavers at the southern state's medical colleges.
Norton needs cadavers, and by law these can only be obtained from the public gallows, so he is forced to deal with the unsavory Gin Hester (Amber VanLoon) and her sinister partner, Scrubbs (Brian Watts), two grave robbers and body-snatchers who have little concern about where the corpses might come from.
Roach's previous book was Stiff: the Curious Lives of Human Cadavers.
Within 10 years, nearly two-thirds of kidneys transplanted from brain-dead donors or cadavers fail, defined as a decline in blood-filtering capacity to a point at which the person needs dialysis.
The University of Southern California, Los Angeles (UCLA) suspended its Willed Body Program on March 9 following allegations two employees had engaged in selling body parts from cadavers that had been donated to its school of medicine.
The Swedish Board of Agriculture is giving pounds 175,000 to three companies developing the method in which cadavers and animal by-products are incinerated without the usual step of first grinding them into meal.
Using a second-hand electric pump as a "heart" and red food coloring-from a grocery store as "blood," neurosurgeons at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences at Little Rock have breathed new life into laboratory cadavers.
Bone tissue derived from cadavers has been linked to an increased risk of disease transmission.