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you've entered a gross anatomy lab in a medical school. you notice something odd about the cadavers. The skin of the thorax has been removed; the muscles, arteries, and veins are exposed. The thorax is exposed, and the hearts and lungs have been cleared of the pleura and pericardium. the rest of the cadaver, however still intact. which approach to the study of gross anatomy must they be using ?

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