ANATOMICAL SPECIMEN PAINTING TECHNIQUE – A NON LECTURE ACTIVITY FOR IST YEAR B.A.M.S. STUDENTS
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Colour specimen, Rachana Sharir (Anatomy) museum, Oil paint, Acrylic container mounting

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Kulkarni, S. (2023). ANATOMICAL SPECIMEN PAINTING TECHNIQUE – A NON LECTURE ACTIVITY FOR IST YEAR B.A.M.S. STUDENTS. Ayurlog: National Journal of Research in Ayurved Science, 11(3). Retrieved from https://ayurlog.com/index.php/ayurlog/article/view/1120

Abstract

The subject Rachana Sharir (Anatomy) is an important subject in any medical college for students. The Rachana Sharir (Anatomy) museum is also very vital in this regard. The well equipped museum with eye-catching coloured specimen plays a crucial part in the teaching and learning method. The specimens has been coloured with Oil Paint colours. After proper drying procedure, the coloured specimens were mounted in acrylic containers with the combination of water and formalin. In this process of specimen colouring, oil paint colours were used. The materials required are oil paint colours, appropriate size brush, clear acrylic container and 10% formaldehyde. This colouring method of wet specimen makes specimen noticeable which is also cost effective, generate interest and helps in long term recollection for the students.

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