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It seems like an advertisement to zygote body not a scientific evaluation to a new educational method..
The manuscript needs thorough revision to remove the repeated paragraphs and to correct alphabetic mistakes e.g teaching anatomies , axilar, etc..
The method & results must be clear and concise
I have used cyber-anatomy that is comparable to zygote body
The course is not finshed yet , however, in my opinion this new techniques needs futher evaluation
Zygote body is tend to bee seen as a new approach that will abolish the need for cadavers in teaching anatomy to medical students. However i believe it is important to understand, that nothing could substitute learning human anatomy on real cadavers. While the article praises involvement of modern virtual modelling in teaching anatomy it critically evaluates this new tool. The most importaint conclusion of the article are that Zygote Body serves as an excellent complement to traditional anatomical teaching methods, inspiring younger IT technologies involved generations to get a deeper insight. Author's research contribution on the topic is an importaint step to a wider acceptance and support of good open educational resources.
Anatomy assistant at medical faculty
A Very Good Idea, In future there will be dearth of cadavers,and this may be a good aid for teaching anatomy.
The Zygote Body seems to be offering a comprehensive and in-depth approach for teaching anatomy. Although this method cannot wholly replace the prosection and dissection of the cadaver, nor the plastic models, as stated by the author, it clearly draws the attention of young medical students as one would expect considering the ever-growing science modernization.
Good research work with appropriate methodology. The topic is very up-to-date and important for anatomical education. Results of the study are nicely presented in tables. The author has also presented his views on the future development oppurtunities for Zygote Body® in the discussion. The article has numerous and recent cited literature.
Working as a teaching assistant for anatomy.
Dissection course participant.
Working as an teaching assistant for anatomy.
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