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Imagination Station: Bodies Revealed

The Imagination Station has opened an exhibit on Friday entitled "Bodies Revealed". CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PHOTO, START SLIDE SHOW.

Dr. Roy Glover, chief medical director for Bodies Revealed, conducts a tour of the exhibit at the Imagination Station. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Dr. Roy Glover, chief medical director for Bodies Revealed, conducts a tour of the exhibit at the Imagination Station.
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Bodies Revealed opens Friday to Imagination Station Members, and Saturday to the general public. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Bodies Revealed opens Friday to Imagination Station Members, and Saturday to the general public.
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Dr. Roy Glover, chief medical director for Bodies Revealed, conducts a tour of the exhibit. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Dr. Roy Glover, chief medical director for Bodies Revealed, conducts a tour of the exhibit.
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Dr. Roy Glover discusses the full skeleton display. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Dr. Roy Glover discusses the full skeleton display.
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This display focuses on the brain. Enlarge | Buy This Photo This display focuses on the brain.
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Dr. Roy Glover talks about the sitting skeleton. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Dr. Roy Glover talks about the sitting skeleton.
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This part of the exhibit focuses on the cranial nerves.  Enlarge | Buy This Photo This part of the exhibit focuses on the cranial nerves.
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Part of a brain is shown, displaying the blood supply to the organ. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Part of a brain is shown, displaying the blood supply to the organ.
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The left and right kidneys are shown. Specimens in this part of the exhibit were prepared using a technique know as corrosion casting.  The blood vessels were first injected with a colored polymer, which hardened.  The remaining body tissue was then chemically removed, revealing the matrix that transports human blood.  Enlarge | Buy This Photo The left and right kidneys are shown. Specimens in this part of the exhibit were prepared using a technique know ...
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Bodies Revealed exhibit at the Imagination Station in Toledo, Thursday, May 19, 2011.  This shows the blood vessels and airways of the lungs. Specimens in this part of the exhibit were prepared using a technique know as corrosion casting.  The blood vessels were first injected with a colored polymer, which hardened.  The remaining body tissue was then chemically removed, revealing the matrix that transports our blood.  Enlarge | Buy This Photo Bodies Revealed exhibit at the Imagination Station in Toledo, Thursday, May 19, 2011. This shows the blood vessels and airways ...
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Part of the exhibit focuses on respiration and circulation, showing the descending aorta and smoke-blackened lung.  Enlarge | Buy This Photo Part of the exhibit focuses on respiration and circulation, showing the descending aorta and smoke-blackened lung.
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Dr. Roy Glover, chief medical director for Bodies Revealed, conducts a tour of the exhibit at the Imagination Station in Toledo, Thursday, May 19, 2011. He is explaining an exhibit that shows muscle attachments and layering.  Enlarge | Buy This Photo Dr. Roy Glover, chief medical director for Bodies Revealed, conducts a tour of the exhibit at the Imagination Station in ...
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Blood vessels of the liver are shown. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Blood vessels of the liver are shown.
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This shows cross sections of the body are shown in slices. Enlarge | Buy This Photo This shows cross sections of the body are shown in slices.
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Dr. Roy Glover explaining cross sections of the body as Asher Rieck, 18, a senior at St. John's Jesuit High School, listens. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Dr. Roy Glover explaining cross sections of the body as Asher Rieck, 18, a senior at St. John's Jesuit High School, listens.
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A female body is shown on display. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A female body is shown on display.
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