Case 22 Part 6



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What's inside?


 

Esophagus
Stomach
Spleen
Red pulp
White pulp
Pancreas
Saponification
Ampulla of Vater
Duodenum
Duodenal mucosa
Decomposition



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Discussion Questions


 

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1. How is the specimen “oriented”?
 
 
2. Which edge of the screen is “superior”?
 
 
3. Which edge of the screen is inferior?
 
 
4. Which edge of the screen is right lateral?
 
 
5. Which edge of the screen is left lateral?
 
 
6. Are we looking anterior or posterior at the start of the video?
 
 
7. What two organs are immediately inferior to the stomach?
 
 
8. Why is it sometimes helpful to leave the spleen intact before dissecting the pancreas?
 
 
9. What is saponification? Why does this patient have it?
 
 
10. Do you think the spleen is well-preserved or decomposed? Why?
 
 
11. What’s the function of white pulp and red pulp in the spleen?
 
 
12. What is the ampulla of Vater? What structures connect to it?
 
 
13. Why is the esophagus clamped?
 
 
14. Do you think this person was obese or thin?




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