Definición de cadaver en inglés:

cadaver

Silabificación: ca·dav·er
Pronunciación: /kəˈdavər
 
/

sustantivo

Medicine or literary
A corpse.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The forms should specifically use the term dissect and specify the use of the cadavers for medical education and research purposes.
  • Also examined is the use of donated ova from aborted fetuses and cadavers.
  • Five of the eight matched pairs were from male cadavers and three were from female cadavers.
Sinónimos
corpse, body, dead body, remains, carcass
informal stiff
archaic corse

Origen

late Middle English: from Latin, from cadere 'to fall'.

Derivativos

cadaveric

adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Consequently, the safeguards protecting confidentiality and enhancing consent that allow for ethical use of cadavers and cadaveric tissues from hospital autopsies for education and research are not in place.
  • The surgeon then aseptically packs the cadaveric kidneys in additional iced solution and packages them in sterile iced containers.
  • Finally, perceptions of ethical acceptability were variable within items, indicating considerable disagreement among medical examiners on the research use of cadaveric tissues.

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