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Appassionato di anatomia & chirurgia sono riuscito a trovare qualcosa di interessante ovvero alcune autopsie ed operazioni. Le condivido qui solo a scopo "istruttivo" e "personale" (soprattutto per gli studenti di medicina) e avverto comunque i deboli di stomaco che sebbene sia solo un video ci sono delle parti che potrebbero farne risentirne un po'! Lo terrò sempre aggiornato, anche con altri tipi di interventi più significativi come quelli effettuati in laparoscopia. Ricordo che i video sono solo a scopo illustrativo e semmai "didattico” appartenenti ai rispettivi proprietari (anche se la maggior parte di quelli qui linkati sono free) e l'amministratore non si assume alcuna responsabilità riguardo all'uso fatto dagli utenti. Good look!!! xD

Ho aggiunto una galleria di immagini di autopsie, interventi chirurgici e malattie rare. (Ricordatevi di aggiornare le pagine della galleria cliccando su F5) LAST UPDATE 22/12/12

GALLERIA IMMAGINI AUTOPSIE

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ERNIA SCROTALE (CIRCA 3 MB)

AUTOPSIA N1 (CIRCA 40 MB)

N.B. PER APRIRE IL SECONDO FILE DOVETE USARE QUICK TIME

AUTOPSIA N2 (CIRCA 4 MB)

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OPERAZIONI AL CRANIO:

  1. SKULL N1
  2. APERTURA CRANIO PARTE 1
  3. APERTURA CRANIO PARTE 2
  4. SKULL N2
N.B. PER QUESTI FILE INVECE È RICHIESTO WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER (ALMENO LA VERSIONE 9)

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chest autopsy

drugs found in baby

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Autopsy Performed On 7 Year Old Girl Who Drowned
Autopsy needed to verify cause of dead. Skull is sawed open for examination

PARTE 1

PARTE 2

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Autopsy Reveals Intestines of Middle-Aged Male
This footage was recorded in a medical school class in South-America. The deceased died of heart failure.

Autopsy Reveals Intestines

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Autopsy Reveals Lungs of Smoker
Autopsy footage from South-America. Notice the black color of the diseased lungs caused by smoking.


Related:
As cigarette smoking is the major cause of lung cancer today, it is important to understand how it affects the lungs. Smoking causes lung cancer in two ways. First of all smoke inhalation damages the normal cleansing processes by which the lung protects itself from injury. The tube-like structures (bronchi) which conduct inhaled air to the lung tissue are lined with a single layer of cells on which lies a protective coating of mucus. Hair-like cilia on these cells beat in rhythmic fashion to move the mucus continually upwards from the lung, removing any inhaled particles which have been trapped in the sticky mucus. The effectiveness of this cleansing mechanism is destroyed very quickly by smoke inhalation because the cilia disappear and the lining thickens in an attempt to protect the delicate underlying tissues from damage.

When these changes have occurred, the lung can no longer keep itself clean. Consequently, cancer-producing agents in the cigarette smoke remain trapped in the mucus on the surface lining of the airway long enough to pass into the cells before these substances can be removed by coughing, the only cleansing mechanism which remains. Once within the body, these chemicals, or their products, can alter the nature of the cells slowly and progressively until cancer develops.

Cigarette smoking is therefore a cancer-producing form of pollution in the inhaled air which possesses not only the ability to destroy the cleansing mechanism, but also dangerous, cancer-producing chemicals. Other inhaled carcinogens will of course represent an additional hazard for the smoker once the effective cleansing function no longer protects the lung. However; when they are inhaled by a non-smoker who has a healthy bronchial lining, there is less risk.


Lungs of Smoker

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Autopsy Scene - Examination of Stomach
The stomach tells what the last meal was. By removing the food it can be measured when someone died and what exactly he or she ate.



Related:

The average adult stomach stretches to hold two to six pints of food following a meal.

The intestines are stripped from the mesentery using scissors (the wimpy method) or bread knife (macho method). The intestines are then opened over a sink under running water, so that all the feces and undigested food flow out. As one might imagine, this step is extremely malodorous. The resultant material in the sink smells like a pleasant combination of feces and vomitus. The internal (mucosal) surface of the bowel is washed off with water and examined. It is generally the diener's job to "run the gut," but usually a crusty, senior diener can intimidate a young first- year resident prosector into doing this ever-hated chore. Basically, whichever individual has the least effective steely glare of disdain is stuck with running the gut.

The stomach is then opened along its greater curvature. If the prosector is lucky, the patient will have not eaten solid food in a while. If not, the appearance of the contents of the stomach will assure the prosector that he will not be eating any stews or soups for a long time. In either case, the smell of gastric acid is unforgettable.

The pancreas is removed from the duodenum, weighed, sliced and examined. The duodenum is opened longitudinally, washed out, and examined internally. The esophagus is similarly treated.

 

Examination of Stomach

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INTERVENTI CHIRURGICI IN LAPAROSCOPIA:

Laparoscopic Choledocolithotomy

Laparoscopic Appendectomy

Laparoscopic Appendectomy for Acute Appendicitis

Laparoscopic Oesophagectomy

Laparoscopic Pancreatic Necrectomy

OVVIAMENTE PER QUESTI ULTIMI FILE È RICHIESTA ANCHE UN MINIMO DI PREPARAZIONE MEDICA : )