EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE METHOD OF STAINING AND STORAGE OF ANATOMIC PREPARATIONS CONTAINING THIN NERVES
One of the most urgent problems of applied morphology is to make the teaching of normal anatomy vivid. In the educational process of the department of human anatomy it is important not only to study book or computer drawings and schemes, but to demonstrate organs taken directly from the human body while preserving all the anatomical and functional features of their structure. To increase the shelf life of museum and demonstration drugs, for a more intense coloring of the intra- and extra-nerve nerves, we proposed a method for staining and storing bone preparations containing thin nerves. The proposed method allowed us to achieve not only a stable coloration of the nervous tissue and accompanying blood vessels inside the bone preparation without staining adjacent tissues, but also increased the shelf life of the drug outside the liquid (glycerin). The drugs observed by us for 5 years retain their color and do not undergo disintegration. Evaluation of the results of the introduction of the storage method allowed adding a modification in the form of storage conditions.