Second post on the cadaver series
Here's the thing. The cadaver we have is 5 years old at least. So, there will be some organs detached from its original position. The trick is, we need to identify which organ belong to which cadaver since we need to put it back where it came from. The tricky part is, (for me) I'm having a hard time determining which organ is which. You see, the pictures in the textbook looks very different than the real thing. Fortunately, over time, I'm able to recognize the organs. Lucky huh? Wouldn't be silly if a doctor can't identify a human organ.
The fun thing about cadaver session is, we can actually touch all the specimen provided in the room. If you have a strong resistant towards the intoxicating smell of formalin, then by all means, swim with the cadavers all day long. For me, I can't stand the smell. It make my eyes misty. But you can't pamper yourself too much right?