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Autopsy Example 2 (Page 4)

Department Of Pathology - Autopsy Report


Abdomen

  • [x] Indicates no significant abnormality
  • [x] Peritoneum [x] Mesentery [x] Omentum
Illustration of the liver, gallbladder, and spleen denoting problems in sample autopsy report
  • [ ] Liver 2500 gm
  • [ ] Gallbladder
  • [ ] Common bile duct
  • [ ] Portal vein
  • [ ] Spleen 100 gm
  • [x] Pancreas 100 gm
  • The hepatic flexure of the (R) colon is matted into the liver--carcinoma in this flexure--yellow, tough fibrous on cut surface. The liver is sectioned and opened. The tumor appears to originate from gallbladder and extends to liver and down.
  • (The gallbladder is flesh-colored and filled with 4 large mixed stones. The tumor appears to originate from gallbladder)
Illustration of the stomach, bowel, and gallbladder denoting problems in sample autopsy report
  • [x] Esophagus
  • [x] Ilium

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