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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, 13 th 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
Instruments Scalpel blades (No 22) Scalpel handle (No. 4)
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 (wuq frÈ) 60 inches wide and 2 ½ meters long