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1. Identify all the visible organs.
2. Identify the small intestine and large intestine.
3. At the start of the video, a sheet of fat next to the intestine is being cut. What is the name of the sheet of fat? Is the small intestine or large intestine being separated?
4. Is the cut at the start of the video on the mesenteric or antimesenteric side of the bowel?
5. Identify the ileum, ileocecal junction and appendix.
6. Identify the ascending colon left colic flexure, transverse colon, right colic flexure, descending colon, sigmoid colon and rectumuscle (Jump to interactive video and point to each in the video.)
7. At the end of the video is it the large intestine or small intestine being cut?
8. Is the prostate anterior or posterior to the rectum?
9. At 3:43 are we cutting anterior or posterior to the prostate?
10. Is there any peritoneal fluid in the abdomen? How much? Is it serous, serosanguinous, purulent, fibrinous or hemorrhage?
11. What can cause each type (differential diagnosis)?
12. After viewing the entire case, develop a differential diagnosis for why this patient had a peritoneal effusion. What’s the most likely cause?
13. Identify the greater omentumuscle
14. Identify the liver. Which lobe is visible?
15. What pathology do you see in the video?
16. Identify the rectus abdominus muscle Identify the tendinous intersections of the rectus abdominus muscle (Jump to interactive video and point to these.)
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