When you leave your body to science, what organs do they use most often?
There are no most commonly used organs when you donate your body to science. This is because your body can go to a variety of places. They might be used in body farms for forensic studies, for medical students to do dissections, or in plastination. Being an organ donor is different than donating your body to science. An organ donor commonly donates corneas, tendons, and ligaments after death.
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