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Figure 2: The percentage representation of the yes/no answers variations on the basis of gender in an attempt to compare possible differences of interest factors on the basis of gender. The percentages of each gender (of respondents) that answer yes or no to each question is illustrated against the question. Variations in the answers obtained for each question is observed on the basis of gender (AKAC: Adequate knowledge of anatomy as a course of study [did you understand what anatomy is?], KCO: Knowledge of career objectives [do you know why anatomy is studied in the universities?], AIC: Anatomy introduced by a career or school counselor [were you introduced to anatomy by a career counselor], KJP: Knowledge of job prospects [do you know where anatomy graduates work after graduation?], IDSA: Initial desire to study anatomy [did you originally desire to study anatomy?], AOLOCS-MBBS: Anatomy offered in lieu of an original desired course of study-MBBS, AOLOCS-OTHERS: Anatomy offered in lieu of an original desired course of study-OTHERS, AOCC: Anatomy as the original choice of course of study [was anatomy your first choice, of course?], AICS: Anatomy as an important course of study from students' perspective [as a student of anatomy, are you convinced that anatomy is worthwhile?], DOHDA: Desire to obtain higher degree(s) in anatomy [Do you intend to obtain higher degrees in Anatomy after graduation?], IWAKS: Intention to work with acquired anatomical knowledge and skills [do you intend to work with acquired skills and knowledge of anatomy after graduation?]

Figure 2: The percentage representation of the yes/no answers variations on the basis of gender in an attempt to compare possible differences of interest factors on the basis of gender. The percentages of each gender (of respondents) that answer yes or no to each question is illustrated against the question. Variations in the answers obtained for each question is observed on the basis of gender (AKAC: Adequate knowledge of anatomy as a course of study [did you understand what anatomy is?], KCO: Knowledge of career objectives [do you know why anatomy is studied in the universities?], AIC: Anatomy introduced by a career or school counselor [were you introduced to anatomy by a career counselor], KJP: Knowledge of job prospects [do you know where anatomy graduates work after graduation?], IDSA: Initial desire to study anatomy [did you originally desire to study anatomy?], AOLOCS-MBBS: Anatomy offered in lieu of an original desired course of study-MBBS, AOLOCS-OTHERS: Anatomy offered in lieu of an original desired course of study-OTHERS, AOCC: Anatomy as the original choice of course of study [was anatomy your first choice, of course?], AICS: Anatomy as an important course of study from students' perspective [as a student of anatomy, are you convinced that anatomy is worthwhile?], DOHDA: Desire to obtain higher degree(s) in anatomy [Do you intend to obtain higher degrees in Anatomy after graduation?], IWAKS: Intention to work with acquired anatomical knowledge and skills [do you intend to work with acquired skills and knowledge of anatomy after graduation?]