The University of BC has created a massive human colon replica to help students learn and diagnose colon irregularities.
A picture of the inflatable piece of human anatomy was recently posted onto the UBC Twitter account. Judging by the photograph, it almost looks to be a piece you would find at a local science exhibit.
The huge replica is said to be filled with imitation diseases and medical issues that the students are to try and diagnose. As one can see by the picture, the colon looks to have some serious problems. This kind of learning environment put on by the University of BC is a fun way to really get students involved. What scholar doesn’t want to walk through a giant colon in the pursuit of knowledge?
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