Anatomical techniques

The anatomical techniques refer to the ideology of the investigation of the deceased human body using various experimental methods. It is done by the means of preservation of the body to understand its anatomy, form, structure completely. There are two means of preservation which are the natural and artificial means of preparation. The artificial preservation of the dead bodies has largely impacted in the studies of anatomy by retaining for a very long time.

Generally, Embalming and Plastination are the two methods of prolonging the decomposition period of the dead bodies which are providing a pathway for new and fascinating anatomical research and study of human beings. These processes use the injection of chemicals inside the deceased to retain for a longer time. Anthropometry is also one of the methods to study anatomy by measuring the shape, size, structure of the individual. It applies mathematics, geometry, statistics to the body that is to be observed.

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