This heart was preserved by an individual who was a pioneering cardiology researcher and past UTMB president using the “injection-and-corrosion” method. This method involved injecting a colored plastic material into the heart. After the injection, the heart was then submerged in concentrated hydrochloric acid. The corrosion would take anywhere from one to three days depending on the size of the heart. The hearts were cleaned and dried, then covered with a clear plastic spray to preserve them and enhance the colors before being mounted for study. Can you name the individual who preserved this heart and was a world-renowned cardiovascular pathologist?
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Answer to the January trivia question:
Dr. Herman Barnett
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