Learning Curves; Doctors' Teaching Book Uses Glamour Models (but Only Because of Their Musculoskeletal Systems - Honest)
Byline: PAUL HARRIS
THEIR body parts are more usually on display in laddish magazines or downmarket tabloid newspapers.
Now two of Britain's shapeliest young ladies are attracting a somewhat different audience - in the less than glamorous world of orthopaedic surgery.
Leilani Dowding and Jade Cartwright feature as scantlily-clad models in a distinguished medical textbook designed to enlighten and concentrate the minds of surgeons and trainees.
Wearing only skin-tight pants and see-through bras, they bring to life the comparatively dreary techniques of orthopaedic medicine in a way line drawings and plastic skeletons surely never could.
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Publication information: Article title: Learning Curves; Doctors' Teaching Book Uses Glamour Models (but Only Because of Their Musculoskeletal Systems - Honest). Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: Daily Mail (London). Publication date: October 17, 2005. Page number: 21. © 2007 Daily Mail. COPYRIGHT 2005 Gale Group.
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