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Are any of you attending a med school that teaches anatomy without having you do a complete dissection of a cadaver? If so, how are you learning it? Prosections, models, imaging? How do you feel about learning anatomy that way?
 

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I go to a school where we are taught anatomy with prosections only. Dissection is optional. It seems to work out for everyone here; I like it.
 
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bridge2006 said:
I go to a school where we are taught anatomy with prosections only. Dissection is optional. It seems to work out for everyone here; I like it.
Thanks for the reply. Is that method of anatomy instruction common in Canada, or would you say your school is in the minority?
 
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At our school, it was all prosections for the first 3 months, then dissections after that.