Passage analysis

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  • As chapter 1 continues, readers continue to learn about facial structure and the many parts of your face. On page 26, Roach writes that "Though surgeons in all disciplines benefit from  the chance to try out new techniques and new equipment on cadaveric specimens..."
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  • "...fresh parts for surgical practice are hard to come by"(Roach 26). Roach details the need for donation of bodies for scientific purposes because the research that can be carried out because off them will help people in the future."
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  • Roach goes on to explain residency life for doctors, who could potentially benefit from practicing on cadavers. She says that "Students learn the way they have always learned: by watching experienced surgeons at work"(Roach 27). 
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  • Residents and interns aren't usually able to learn and practice on cadavers. But if they did, they would be able to learn and practice both new and old techniques that could aide them in future patient care.
  • The author then goes on to explain how far medicine has come and how being able to practice on cadavers can help push forward scientific breakthroughs.
  • As an example, Roach talks about the use of anesthesia and how far it has come. "Surgical patients in the 1700s and early 1800s could feel every cut, stitch, and probing finger"(Roach 27). This can show the evolution of medicine.
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