Manning's anatomy class dissects cow heart

Dana Manning's anatomy class is currently learning about the cardiovascular system and recently had the opportunity to dissect a cow heart. While dissecting, students were required to identify and locate the structures of the heart, including vessels.

Typically, students in Manning's class dissect something for every system that they learn, and spend an entire nine weeks dissecting a fetal pig and a cat.

"To see these things in a single dimension appears different than when they encounter it with hands-on experience. It is really surprising how different it is from a picture in a book," Mannin...

 

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