a friend of mine had a class like that. near the end, the students were allowed to bring in friends. i went. the cadavers were in buffet tables... body parts soaking in ??? in glass jars... the "man" had his manly parts pinned to him... and the cadavers' legss had just some bones and muscle left which after seeing, i didn't eat chicken for a very long time. it was worth see though!
QUOTE(traveler @ Sep 3 2003, 02:26 PM)Think you got it bad. Ex brother in law in dental school at U.M had a cadaver head in the freezer he brought home. Talk about creeping out.
That would suck if you didn't know it was in there and went looking for a snack.
Or worse, accidentally grab that instead of the frozen chicken to thaw out for dinner.
Well folks I did it. The 1st 20 minutes in there was the worst!!!! It was just really erie. You walk in and there are just bodies in large bags sitting on tables!!!!!
I was really relieved we did not have to see the head. That comes later and I am really glad. That will be the most disturbing for me I am afraid.
For the record I do not have anything against fat people (dead or alive). I am REALLY glad that Roofus (my cadaver) is not pleasantly plump because it makes dissection difficult and VERY VERY VERY disgusting.
Today we exposed the muscles of the back it was intersting.
As wierd as it may sound, I have a greater respect for the human body now.
Well, I do not have to see Roofus for a week now!!!