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1. How decomposed is the body?
2. How thick is the normal skull?
3. What are the anatomic layers from the surface of the skin to brain?
4. In the video, you don’t see the dura mater over the brain. Where is it?
5. Upon entry into the skull, are we in the epidural or subdural space?
6. Upon entry into the skull, the physician says there is no bleed. And yet there is blood over the brain. How do you reconcile that? Inside what anatomic space is the blood?
7. Identify arachnoid mater on the brain.
8. How decomposed is the brain?
9. What membrane is being cut at 1:40?
10. Identify the frontal lobe.
10. Identify the temporal lobe.
12. Where are aneurysms commonly found in the brain?
13. What kind of symptoms can aneurysms cause (not ruptured)?
14. What kind of symptoms do aneurysms cause when they rupture?
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