Case 23 Part 3



Physician using fume mask during case.

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What's inside?


 

Esophagus
Thoracic aorta
Vertebral body
Gastroesophageal junction
Roux-en-Y
Diaphragm
Pulmonary embolism
Pulmonary trunk
Pulmonary artery
Heart
Pericardial sac
Serous pericardial effusion
Liver
Right Lung
Lung: right upper lobe
Lung: right middle lobe
Lung: right lower lobe
Left lung




Physician using fume mask during case.

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1. What structure is being clamped off at the start of the video?
 
 
2. Why clamp this off?
 
 
3. What could happen if you left the structure open (unclamped) during the procedure?
 
 
4. Does the video show a cause of death?
 
 
5. How do you tell the difference between a pre-mortem and post-mortem clot?
 
 
6. How does pulmonary embolism fit for the history (review history)?
 
 
7. Anatomy: What structure is being cut at 00:15?
 
 
8. Is the amount and appearance of pericardial fluid normal?
 
 
9. Anatomy: What structure is being cut at 00:31?
 
 
10. Anatomy: What structure is being cut at 01:39?
 
 
11. Anatomy: What structures is being cut at 2:05?
 
 
12. Why did the pathologist leave the esophagus attached inside the chest?




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