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Gross anatomy

The March 2004 issue of Discover magazine includes an article describing a process wherein certain chemicals injected into cadavers turn the tissues of those cadavers into a plastic-like substance, thereby preserving them and making the cadavers easily dissected for display.

The remains are dry and odorless, as well as color-correct, so they make for fascinating exhibits. I haven't been able to find any photos of the exhibit online beyond the few small images at the Body Worlds exhibit home page, so if you happen across the March '04 Discover, by all means check it out. The images are fascinating and disturbing in a way, mainly because of the artistic licenses taken with each presentation.