Plastination is a preservation method to generate non-toxic anatomical specimens either the dissected parts or the body slices, which can be used for anatomy teaching. It provides an ideal tool for long term preservation of well dissected specimens and body slices. Its usefulness in anatomy learning process is well appreciated by students, especially for complex structures where an understanding of the three dimensional organization is required.
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