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1. What pathological processes does the video show?
2. How do you put the findings in the video together with the history?
3. Did the patient have coronary artery disease? If so, which vessels were affected?
4. Estimate the percent occlusion in each vessel. (For example, 10% blocked, 50% blocked, 100% blocked by plaque).
5. How long did these blockages take to form?
6. What is the difference between an immediate cause of death, an underlying cause of death and a contributing factor?
7. Make a list of abnormal findings in the case.
8. Decide which of the findings is more likely related to the immediate cause of death, the underlying cause of death or a contributing factor. Explain why.
9. View Case 2 Part 3 and then revisit your answers to questions 7 and 8. Do they change? Why or why not?