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Dr. Ken Blood, associate professor of athletic training, demonstrates the Anatomage Table to a group of students.

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The Anatomage Table will provide a new and innovative way to learn human anatomy.


When it comes to understanding the human body, those in the health sciences have traditionally relied on cadaver study as a crucial component in training and education. But starting next spring, students in Cedarville University’s school of allied health will also have access to a new interactive device that will allow them to understand the human body in a digital way.

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Cedarville, Cedarville University, school of allied health, health sciences



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