Anatomical Dissection: The history and implications of human body butchering
This book has eight chapters that will review prehistoric times when body butchering was a taboo and had to be done behind closed doors and in stinking graveyards with young surgeons fumbling for knowledge and training among rotting corpses right up until the modern medical education era of 21st century where we have sophisticated multifaceted body donor programs and hi-tech human body storage, preservation, care and use facilities to better serve and train our future doctors and surgeons. You will also get a chance to review the complete and authentic report on the controversial persecuted Falun Gong practitioners of China and how the Chinese market became one of the world’s largest suppliers of unclaimed and unnamed human bodies for anatomical dissection due to lax and ambiguous laws.
About the Author: Dr. Tabinda hasan (MD, PhD) and Prof. Kavitha Ganesh (PhD) are medical doctors who have been active in the field of anatomical studies since over a decade. They train medical students over basic surgical procedures using dead bodies. The enormity of this concept and how the dead can still silently teach the living prompted the authors to reflect into the history of butcher surgeons and practice of anatomization in medicine. Dr. Hasan has won numerous awards for her writing and is a member of the European medical writers association and an elected fellow of the American association of anatomists. She was awarded the Marie curie research award for Internal carotid artery studies in anatomy among 80 countries and the advancing ethical research award by association of American medical colleges. Her name is also included in Thomson Reuters list of most cited authors of the middle east. Prof. Ganesh has been an ardent teacher and researcher in India and has many scientific works to her merit. She is the role model for many young doctors.
- Paperback: 126 pages
- Publisher: White Falcon Publishing; 1 edition (2021)
Author: Tabinda Hasan, Kavitha Ganesh
- ISBN-13: 9781636404240
- Product Dimensions: 7 x 1 x 10 Inches
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