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1. Identify the costochondral junction.
2. Identify intercostal muscles.
3. Identify pectoralis major and pectoralis minor muscles and any of their insertion points.
4. There is some blood pooling near the right shoulder. Base on your knowledge of anatomy, which vessel may have been entered?
5. The patient did not receive CPR. What findings might have suggested CPR.
6. The body is cold and well-preserved. There is no visible decomposition. What would be some early decomposition changes to look for?
7. Why might you choose to perform a chest-only autopsy? An abdomen-only autopsy? A brain-only autopsy? Who makes the decision to do a limited or partial autopsy?
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