Heart and lung block
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1. Orient the specimen at the start of the video. Is the view anterior or posterior? Which side of the screen represents superior? Which is the right lung and which is the left?
2. Identify the tracheal bifurcation, right mainstem bronchus and left mainstem bronchus.
3. What’s inside the airway, upon opening.
4. Are there any adhesions in the right lung? Between what lobes are they?
5. Review what anatomic abnormality is present the right lung.
5. At 1:45 a structure is revealed with the scissors. What is this structure? How does the pathologist proves this anatomically?
6. At 1:58 begins a discussion of the hilar structures. What are the main tubes of the hilumuscle Order them from stiffest to most floppy. Why does each have this particular consistency based on its function (discussed in the audio).
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