Case 3 Part 4



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Y-shaped incision
External assessment
Removal of chest plate
Contact with EKG leads

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1. Can organs be donated after an autopsy? Why or why not?
 
 
2. What happens to organs after an autopsy?
 
 
3. Identify the right upper, right middle, right lower, left upper and left lower lobes of the lungs.
 
 
4. Identify the fissures of the lungs and name them.
 
 
4. The trachea is entered. What kind of tissue is it made of?
 
 
5. Is the esophagus anterior or posterior to the trachea?
 
 
6. Identify the inferior vena cava.
 
 
7. What three tubes (tubular structures) pass through the diaphragm?




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