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1. What is the name of the scissors with the rounded end?
2. Why is the physician using this tool?
3. What is the ileocolic or ileocecal junction?
4. What is the taenia coli?
5. What is wider, the small intestine or the large intestine?
6. What is longer, the small intestine or the large intestine?
7. Has the patient had an appendectomy?
8. Identify the liver and the spleen.
9. What does “retroperitoneal” mean. What organs are retroperitoneal?
10. What are adhesions?
11. Where are this patient’s adhesions?
12. What specific anatomy is connected by adhesions here?
13. What causes adhesions?
14. Why did this patient have adhesions?
15. What problems can adhesions cause?
16. Did the adhesions cause this patient any problems?
17. Does the patient have her uterus?
18. Identify the bladder.
19. Add to the physician’s discussion: What are some differences to between an autopsy of a man and a woman?
20. Which organs appear decomposed?
21. What is the greater omentum? Identify it in the video.
22. Why did the physician look at the skin after assessing the pelvis? What was he looking for?
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