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1. Summarize the history and create a differential diagnosis for the cause of death.
2. When is a family history of cancer more likely “sporadic” and when is it concerning for inherited or familial cancer?
3. What are some examples of inherited or familial cancers?
4. Is the body embalmed or fresh?
5. What is a trochar?
6. The physician points out a bruise on the abdomen and says it’s probably pre-mortemuscle How does he know?
7. Based on the physical exam, where did the patient die?
8. Based on the physical exam, for what medical conditions is this patient at greater risk?
9. There is an “interrupted” line of pigment on the right lower leg. What could cause something like this pre-mortem? What could cause something like this post-mortem?
10. Why do a breast exam on a deceased patient?
11. Based on the physical exam, do you think this was a trauma patient?
12. They physician mentions arthroscopic knee surgery. Do you think this was recent or remote? Why?
13. How does embalming affect an autopsy assessment?
Show me what each option does.
I’ll see a video on the left.
On the right I’ll see a list of key terms or an activity.
I’ll see the same video on the left.
On the right I’ll see a list of discussion questions about the video.
I’ll see the same video but with interactive anatomy pins.
On the right I’ll see the list of pins.
*Only on some cases.
I’ll see the same video but I can draw on it and add numbers to label what I’ve drawn.
I’ll have a sketch pad to draw on.
There’s a male body diagram, a female body diagram and also a blank canvas.