DISSECTION METHOD TO APPROACH THE HUMAN CORACOID PROCESS OF THE SCAPULA 3.1 Introduction Dissection is a traditional approach to medical laboratory education(Waters, 2008). Using human cadavers one of the most widely used model in medical and clinical research for several decade .Considerable amount of literature have been published on different dissection methods of human body . (Romanes et al.,1986;Tank et al.,2008). These currant dissection manuals showed different approach to access different part of human body. However it is hard to find a standard literature which described the dissection method to access the coracoid process which can allow researchers, scientists and anatomists to approach this important anatomical structure with
.1 Introduction Dissection is a traditional approach to medical laboratory education(Waters, 2008). Using human cadavers one of the most widely used model in medical and clinical research for several decade .Considerable amount of literature have been published on different dissection methods of human body . (Romanes et al.,1986;Tank et al.,2008). These currant dissection manuals showed different approach to access different part of human body. However it is hard to find a standard literature which described the dissection method to access the coracoid process which can allow researchers, scientists and anatomists to approach this important anatomical structure with minimal injuries to the adjacent structures.
Which imaging modality is the most accurate in vertebral artery dissection diagnosis? Pei Wen Tammy Kwa, Sarah Moore, Paul Ryan, Kate Somers Introduction An arterial dissection is said to occur when the structural integrity of an arterial wall is compromised, permitting blood to collect between layers of the vessel wall to form an intramural haematoma. Arterial dissection is a common cause of stroke in the young, although it may occur at any age. Vertebral artery dissection (VAD) most often occurs in the cervical transverse processes of C6 to C2 (V2 segment) or the extracranial segment between the transverse process of C2 and the foramen magnum at the base of the skull (V3 segment)1. Dissection typically occurs following trauma or may arise spontaneously2.
Simple random sampling was the method that was used. The sampling frame that was used was those who came into the men’s lavatory. All participants’ in this study had an equal chance of being included. B. Variables 1. Describe all the independent variables fully (name, levels, how operationalized, level of measurement) Proximity between urinals Interval measurements were used as the stalls were pre-measured with a distance of 16 to 18 inches between the subjects in a close distance
The size of the species really matters when it comes to identifying its parts. It allows us to have a clear view and a good observation from it. Just remember that before starting the dissection you need to know the step by step procedure and get all the materials needed. And then apply the procedure and be sure to write down every details that can you
Age, one of the essential factors in establishing the identity of persons, can be assessed by inspection of non-invasive radiographic imaging of teeth. Alternative approaches such as non-invasive radiographic techniques were used to study the amount of secondary dentine deposited by measuring the pulp chamber size reduction. This reduction in pulp chamber was correlated with chronological age and regression equations were derived to estimate the age. Aims and Objectives: Our aim was to estimate age in people of coastal Andhra region by deriving independent regression equation by measuring the pulp chamber crown-root trunk height ratio using digitalised orthopantamographs of mandibular 1st molars. Materials and Methods: Orthopantomographs
Review Article An overview of randomization techniques: An unbiased assessment of outcome in clinical research KP Suresh Department of Biostatics, National Institute of Animal Nutrition & Physiology (NIANP), Adugodi, Bangalore, India Address for correspondence: Dr. KP Suresh, Scientist (Biostatistics) National Institute of Animal Nutrition and Physiology (NIANP) Adugodi, Bangalore - 560030, India E-mail: sureshkp97@gmail. com ABSTRACT Randomization as a method of experimental control has been extensively used in human clinical trials and other biological experiments. It prevents the selection bias and insures against the accidental bias. It produces the comparable groups and eliminates the source
In this method, one takes a manageable area of known size and identifies, counts, and usually measures all individuals contained within it. This sampling procedure is then repeated (i.e., “replicated”) for a number of plots to obtain an adequate representation of the
We would have the opportunity to a three-dimensional view of human anatomy from the quintessential study aid, the human cadaver. It was then that I realised how privileged I was and how much of an opportunity it was for me to be able to undergo cadaveric dissections all in an attempt to understand the complexity that is the human body. This opportunity, not available to many, I had as part of my study of anatomy. The clinical experience, as well as the self-discipline that can be gained from time doing dissections most definitely, can not be taught without the use of Cadavers. I can safely say that from my time in the dissection room, I have