Canadian students use videoconference to view autopsy

05/31/2010 | Edmonton Journal (Alberta), The

North American schools recently participated in a videoconference that allowed students to view a live human autopsy. Participating students in Alberta, Canada, viewed pictures of autopsies, and some students also prepared by dissecting a cow eyeball and a fetal pig. Students will analyse what they saw and offer an explanation for the death as part of the lesson.

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