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Introduction to Dissections. Sanjaya Adikari Department of Anatomy. Body groups. There will be 14 body groups Each body group is divided into two sides Cover the cadaver with a linen cloth Cover the face, hands, feet & genitalia with cotton wool/socks Cadavers should be looked after well

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Introduction to Dissections

Sanjaya Adikari

Department of Anatomy


Body groups

  • There will be 14 body groups

  • Each body group is divided into two sides

  • Cover the cadaver with a linen cloth

  • Cover the face, hands, feet & genitalia with cotton wool/socks

  • Cadavers should be looked after well

  • Protect your selves

    • Be careful with dissecting instruments

    • Wear lab coats, gloves etc.


Group work

  • Take turns in dissections

  • Divide sections among your selves to read

  • Teach others what you learnt

  • Help weak students

  • Share knowledge between body groups


Attendance

As for all other practicals, 80% attendance is required to sit the exams

It is the responsibility of the student to get the name marked


First Dissection

  • Follow the instructions in the Grants Dissector, 13th ed., from page 1 to 10 and dissect the back of the human body

  • Use the altered skin incisions provided

  • Do not dissect the suboccipital region


Skin incision….


Removal of subcutaneous tissue


Clearing blood vessels and nerves


Reverse scissor technique


Dissecting a muscle


Dissecting a muscle…


Instruments

Scissors

Forceps


Scalpel handle (No. 4)

Instruments

Scalpel blades

(No 22)


List of material to be brought by the body groups for dissections

Scalpel blade and handle – 4 sets per group

Non toothed-forceps with a broad tip – 4 per group

Toothed-forceps with a broad tip – 4 per group

Pare of scissors (curved) - 2 per group

Cotton wool - 200 g packet

Gauze bandage - 06 per group

Two pairs of socks

One sponge (about 2 x 3 x 5 inches) to apply body fluid

Grey clothes (wuqfrÈ) 60 inches wide and 2 ½ meters long


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