Case 13 Part 2



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What's inside?


 

Small intestine
Large intestine
Ileocecal junction
Appendix
Mesentery
Stomach
Greater omentum



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Discussion Questions


 

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1. Identify all the visible organs at the start of video.
 
 
2. Why are the stomach and intestine dilated?
 
 
3. Identify the liver. What do you think of its condition. Can you make a diagnosis?
 
 
4. View the anterior chest plate. Why is there metal in it? What was the function of the metal.
 
 
5. View the posterior chest plate. There is a horse-shoe shaped portion of tissue on one side. What is this tissue and why is there? How does it relate to the condition of the pericardial tissue?
 
 
6. View the cut surface of the ribs. Identify where the transection is through bone marrow and when it’s through cartilage. (Jump to interactive video and mark which one is which).
 
 
7. Are there pleural effusion? Identify them in the video?
 
 
8. Identify the pleural adhesions. Why are they there? Are they more prominent on the right or the left side?




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