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External exam. Jaundice.
Polycystic kidney disease.
Dissection of arteriovenous fistula.
External exam. Arteriovenous fistula.
Death during dialysis.
Dense intestinal adhesions. Gastric ulcer.
Massive cardiomegaly. Bilobed right lung.
External exam. Multiple recent abdominal surgeries. Embalming. Decomposition.
Middle-aged woman status post remote hysterectomy.
Severe acute pericarditis.
Subacute pacemaker lead perforation.
External exam. Skin donation.
Pacemaker and chronic back pain.
Left mainstem coronary artery blockage.
Pulmonary congestion and edema.
Death during sleep.
Massive prostatic hypertrophy.
Assessment of aorta.
External exam. Skin, soft tissue and long bone donation.
Longstanding urinary incontinence and frequency.
Coup-contrecoup injury. Brain removed.
Coup-contrecoup injury. Brain in situ.
Skull exposure. Internal scalp assessment.
External exam. Head injury.
Mental status change followed by hypotension.
Heart — internal anatomy.
Severe coronary atherosclerosis.
Heart — tour of basic external anatomy.
Subacute pulmonary embolism.
Acute pulmonary embolism.
Bifid xiphoid process.
Death during rehab.
Anasarca. Pleural effusion.
Anasarca. Tissue edema.
Recent weight gain.
Basic hilar anatomy. Intrabronchial hemorrhage.
Removal of chest organs.
Right lung variant anatomy.
Thoracic postsurgical scarring and adhesions.
Chest plate removal.
Assessment of biopsy needle track.
External exam. Tracheostomy with scarring. Muscle graft donor site. Gastrostomy tube.
History of smoking.
Splenomegaly. Splenic vein thrombosis.
Abdominal aortic ostia.
Removal of intestine.
Assessing for pericardial fluid and pulmonary embolism.
Sudden collapse. History of alcohol use disorder (recovering).
Heart and lung block.
Assessment of VATS surgical site from skin to chest cavity.
Pneumoperitoneum. Acute peritonitis.
Y-shaped incision. CPR-related trauma.
External exam. VATS procedure.
Removal of abdominal organs.
Bladder, prostate, testes — removal and basic anatomy.
Removal of small intestine.
Removal of chest organs. Scoliosis.
Removal of chest plate. Massive serous pleural effusions.
Ascites. Basic survey of abdominal organs.
Pacemaker retrieval. Assessment of pacemaker surgical site.
External exam. Disuse atrophy. Skin tear.
Alcohol use disorder and pacemaker replacement.
External exam. Livor mortis.
Severe internal trauma. Severed spine. Lacerated aorta and inferior vena cava.
External exam. High-speed motor vehicle accident. Seat belt strap marks.
Motor vehicle accident.
Assessment of right brachial artery access site.
Iliofemoral artery with iatrogenic defect.
Massive hemorrhage after cardiac cath.
Severe aortic atherosclerosis. Coronary artery stent. Left ventricular hypertrophy.
Pleural effusion. Chest wall and mediastinal hemorrhage. Cardiomegaly.
External exam. Obesity. Cardiac catheterization femoral access site.
Shortness of breath in an elderly woman with COPD.
Middle-aged man with hypertension and chest pain.
Review — basic neck anatomy.
Y-shaped incision. Rib fractures.
Elderly woman with dementia and postoperative lethargy.
Defensive injuries. Scalp contusions. Petrous bone hemorrhage.
External exam. Lip laceration.
Young male. Second autopsy.
Old myocardial infarction.
Saphenous vein graft dissection.
Basic anatomy — branches of aortic arch.
(Normal) thoracic post-surgical scarring after CABG.
Patellar tendon tear. Surgical repair and repeat tear. Explanted.
Patellar tendon tear. Surgical repair and repeat tear. In situ.
Alcohol use disorder and patellar tendon repair.
Deep venous thrombosis.
Lower extremity soft tissue edema.
Unilateral leg swelling.
Pre- and post-operative angiograms. Echocardiogram.
Acute myocardial infarction.
External exam. Reperfusion syndrome.
Peripheral vascular disease and recent angioplasty.
Chronic pulmonary embolism. Pulmonary infarcts.
Left leg dialysis graft — opened.
HeRO graft opened.
HeRO graft. Near-total obstruction of superior vena cava orifice.
Removal of chest plate. Rib fractures from CPR.
Left leg dissection. Dialysis graft.
Left arm dissection. HeRO graft.
External exam. Multiple dialysis access surgeries.
Hypotension during dialysis.
Scalp and chest wall contusions. Pulmonary embolism.
Dementia and nursing home fall.
Aortic tear — hypertension
External exam. Low-speed motor vehicle accident.
Motor vehicle accident and untreated hypertension.
Coronary artery bypass graft surgery — ostial scarring with graft closure.
History of coronary artery bypass graft and recent back surgery.
Removal of chest organs.
Assessment of chest organs.
Recent laparoscopic surgery.
Abdominal organ dissection — basic anatomy.
Heart and lung block — basic anatomy. Intrabronchial fluid (pulmonary edema).
Abdominal survey — basic anatomy.
Neck dissection — basic anatomy.
Middle-aged woman with psychiatric history.
Uterus dissection — basic anatomy.
Uterus — basic external anatomy.
Removal of chest plate.
History of breast cancer and alcohol use.
Old cavitary cerebral infarction.
Subcarinal lymph nodes. Duodenal, gastric and esophageal mucosa. Ampulla of Vater. Basic anatomy.
Ureter. Bladder. Prostate. Rectum. Basic anatomy.
Gastrointestinal tract. Ureter. Bladder.
Liver. Gallbladder. Basic anatomy.
Abdominal aorta – main branches. Inferior vena cava. Gerota’s fascia. Kidney. Ureter. Adrenals. Basic anatomy.
Elderly man with stroke.
Brain — detailed internal anatomy.
Brain — detailed external anatomy.
Hypertension, dizziness and sudden death.
Decomposition. History of clipped cerebral aneurysm.
Heart — basic anatomy. Coronary artery blockage.
Chest evaluation. Pleural effusion.
External exam. Early decomposition.
Brain and base of skull — basic anatomy.
Dementia and kidney failure.
Distal forearm musculature — detailed anatomy.
Chronic pain and sudden death.
Lung assessment. Pulmonary edema.
Diaphragm — basic anatomy.
External exam. Intraosseous needle.
Recent chest pain.
Coronary artery bypass graft surgery. Pacemaker-defibrillator lead insertions.
Airway. Posterior view. Bronchial fluid (pulmonary edema).
Testes, spermatic cord — basic anatomy.
Assessment of abdomen.
Removal of dura.
Acute hemorrhagic gastritis.
Removal of duodenum and stomach.
Removal of jejunum, ileum and large intestine.
Y-shaped incision. Entry into abdomen. Removal of chest plate. Obesity.
External exam. Left mastectomy. Obesity.
Gastrointestinal bleeding and sudden death.
Biopsy site. Colonoscopy clips.
Assessment of large intestine.
Hepatic venous thrombosis. Hepatic infarction. TIPS shunt.
Inferior vena cava. TIPS device (shunt).
Aorta assessment. Dual superior mesenteric artery ostia.
Pleural fluid. Pericardial fluid. Splenomegaly. Bowel infarct.
External exam. Peritoneal dialysis catheter. Central venous access sites. Long bone donation.
TIPS fluoroscopy. Postoperative CT scan.
Inferior vena cava filter.
Ureter. Inferior vena cava.
Spinal cord. Cauda equina.
Right flank assessment.
External exam. Multiple surgical scars.
Base of skull anatomy.
Tumor attached to pericardium. Pleural effusion.
Transdiaphragmatic tumor. Pleural effusion.
Left dominant coronary artery system.
Assessment of coronary arteries.
Airway. Aorta. Esophagus.
Lung sampling for microscopy.
Lung weights. Pulmonary congestion and edema.
Pulmonary apical blebs (emphysema).
Organ block. Chest cavity.
Continued chest assessment.
Initial chest assessment.
Laryngeal stenosis. Traumatic intubation.
Severe 2-vessel coronary artery disease.
Gastrostomy tube. Jejunostomy tube.
Diabetes, stroke, feeding tube.
Microscopy — pulmonary edema.
Lining of aorta. Left anterior descending coronary artery (plaque).
Airway, heart (external), esophagus — basic anatomy.
Heart and lung block — basic anatomy.
Removal of bladder. Status post hysterectomy. Basic survey of abdomen. Scoliosis.
Neck anatomy — basic review. Removal of chest organs.
Assessment for pulmonary embolism.
Abdominal survey — basic anatomy. Adhesions.
Y-shaped incision. Livor mortis within subcutaneous tissue.
External exam. Anterior livor mortis.