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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 5, Beyond the Black Box.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who would Sir Astley Cooper have dug up?
(a) His enemies.
(b) His former patients.
(c) His old friends.
(d) His former professors.
2. What difficulty occurs when patients insist on experienced doctors?
(a) Finding patients or cadavers to train on.
(b) Getting training for surgeons.
(c) Learning the newest techniques.
(d) Keeping up with medical science.
3. What does Marliena Marignani say is the advantage of working on cadavers?
(a) They do not bleed.
(b) They cannot sue for malpractice.
(c) They let you try the procedure over and over again.
(d) She does not have to interact with them.
4. Whom does Mary Roach say British surgeons began to dissect, when cadaver supply ran low?
(a) Their students.
(c) Their dead relatives.
(d) Street people.
5. How much access do most hospitals have to cadavers to work on?
(a) A constant flow.
(b) Cadavers that are not claimed turn up from time to time.
(c) Cadavers are exceedingly rare outside of teaching hospitals.
(d) Only rare amputations.
Short Answer Questions
1. When does 'human wreckage' become useful to an investigation?
2. What other advantage does Marliena Marignani say comes from working on cadavers?
3. How were early anatomists supposed to dispose of human remains?
4. What evidence does Shanahan use to come to this conclusion?
5. Who is Mike Walsh?
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