Demo Page – Case 37 Part 3

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Case video. In-room audio. “What’s inside?” list.

What's inside?



 

Abdominal survey
Ascites
Small intestine
Large intestine
Colon
Appendix
Liver
Gallbladder
Lung
Fissure




Discussion Questions. Closed captions and foreign language subtitles.

Discussion Questions



 

1. What layers of the abdominal wall are visible at the start of the video?
 
 
2. Why is there peritoneal fluid?
 
 
3. What is the differential diagnosis of ascites?
 
 
4. Inventory the abdominal organs visible during the part?
 
 
5. Do they appear normal?
 
 
6. What is the normal lobation of the lung?
 
 
7. Identify each lobe and fissure in the video.
 
 
8. What anatomic variation is visible in the lung anatomy?





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1. Anterior layer of rectus sheath
2. Rectus abdominus m.
3. Posterior layer of rectus sheath
4. Peritoneal fluid
5. Right mainstem bronchs
6. Left mainstem bronchus
7. Taenia coli
8. Appendix
9. Gallbladder
10. Liver
11. Round ligament

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