By Wessam Ibrahim
Learning Anatomy is a journey. All medical students have some memories about their anatomy courses; some have good memories and some don’t.
It’s October 1995. I was a first-year medical student at my medical school in Egypt. I had never seen a corpse except in horror movies. I was so scared and I really thought that those bodies weren’t real. The instructor started “Well, who would like to start dissection?” I whispered to myself this guy must be crazy. He continued: “You guys have to do it”. OMG, I guess I will have to cut that dead body. Surprisingly I volunteered.
Years were going so fast. I graduated from medical school and decided to have anatomy as my career. How did I do that? Again, I don’t know; but I know that I am so passionate about teaching medical students and my utmost joy is to see them succeed in medicine…
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