Case 7 Part 2



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What's inside?


 

Chest plate
Y-shaped incision
Ribs
Clavicle
CPR trauma
Abdomen
Subcutaneous fat
Parietal peritoneum
Rectus abdominus muscle
Rectus sheath



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Discussion Questions


 

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1. Identify any treatment related changes.
 
 
2. Identify any decomposition changes.
 
 
3. Usually there isn’t blood in the subcutaneous tissue. Why do you think it’s there in this case? What’s your evidence?
 
 
4. Identify any muscles visible in the chest and neck.
 
 
5. Identify the costochondral junction.
 
 
6. Identify any abdominal wall muscles or layers.
 
 




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