Case 13 Part 10




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What's inside?


 

Liver
Gallbladder
Spleen
Pancreas
Bladder
Prostate
Testes
Esophagus
Stomach
Small intestine
Large intestine
Adrenal




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1. Identify each organ.
 
 
2. Which organs appear to have disease?
 
 
3. What diseases or processes can you identify?
 
 
4. Do any of the diseases correlate with the clinical history? How?
 
 
5. You are the health care provider on the case. Knowing the state of these organs, what additional history might you want to know?
 
 
6. What’s the most likely reason capsule of the spleen is torn?
 
 
7. What specific foods can you identify in the stomach contents?
 
 
8. Can you infer anything about the time of death based on the stomach contents? If so, what?
 
 
9. What would you check for in assessing stomach contents?
 
 
10. Identify the gastroesophageal junction? What common pathologies can be found here?
 
 
11. Given the history and any findings in the organs, what pathology might be reasonable to check for near the gastroesophageal junction?
 
 
12. What is portal hypertension? Why does it occur?
 
 
13. After assessing these organs and the history, do you think this patient might have a normal, increased or decreased risk of bruising?
 
 
14. Has the patient had a cholecystectomy?
 
 
15. What is the difference between diverticulosis and diverticulitis? Does the patient have either? If so, where?
 
 
16. Does the patient have cancer? If so, where? And how many cancers?
 
 
17. Does this patient have any benign tumors? If so, where? And how many benign tumors?
 
 
18. If there is more than one mass, do you think the patient has had a metastases? Or how do you explain there being more than one mass?
 
 
19. Does the patient have an inherited condition?
 
 
20. How many tumors would you need to see to consider an inherited condition?
 
 
21. Can you infer anything about whether or not the patient had a recent colonoscopy?




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