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Shortage Of Of Dead Bodies Is Affecting Anatomy Study In Nigeria- Moyosore Ajao

Shortage Of Of Dead Bodies Is Affecting Anatomy Study In Nigeria- Moyosore Ajao

A Professor of Anatomy at the University of Ilorin, Moyosore Salihu Ajao, has revealed that there is scarcity of cadavers for the study of anatomy and practical classes in medical schools in Nigeria.Information Guide Nigeria

Prof. Ajao said this while delivering his speech at the 214th Inaugural Lecture of the University of Ilorin.

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According to GISTLOVER, Ajao said;

“They are never sold in the market in any part of the world. Since human anatomy is the science that is concerned with the structures of the human body, these structures cannot be fully understood from written descriptions to dimensional pictures or plastic models.

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“The dissection of the human body (cadavers) is the basis for understanding the structure and functions of the human body for several centuries.

“In other words, to fully understand the importance of cadavers to man is far and beyond what we should overlook.

“The first major challenge I noticed on my assumption of office as a young lecturer in the department of anatomy was the chronic shortages of cadavers in the department and after a quick check on other universities, I discovered that we are not alone in the struggle to get bodies fit enough for dissection.

“One of my studies revealed that about 12 to 15 students used a body against International Standard that recommend maximum of six students to one body.Jamb Result

“The National Universities Commission recommends an average of eight students per body in Nigeria.”

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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