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1

In the pleural cavity and in the peritoneal cavity, there are (blank) that connect opposing serous surfaces.

inflammatory bands

2

(blank) are strong fibrous bands often encountered after previous operative procedures

fibrous adhesion

3

(blank) is a surgical section or lysis of adhesions

adhesiotomy

4

(blank) is the healing by first intention

primary wound adhesion

5

(blank) is the multiple fine threads of fibrin

fibrinous adhesions

6

(blank) is the physical attraction of unlike molecules

adhesion

7

The (blank) lies posterior to the stomach and extends to the left as fat as the spleen

omental bursa (lesser sac)

8

What are the portal vein tributaries?

superior mesenteric
esophageal via left gastric right
right gastric
splenic
inferior mesenteric

9

What is the first stage of appendicitis? What nerves effect this?

inflammation of mucous membran with edema and hyperemia causing visceral pain (poorly localized, vague)
T10-12 afferents in lesser and least splachnics

10

afferents from the appendix run toward (blank)

T10-12

11

What is this:
Whole organs becomes enlarged, thickened and red, causing visceral & localized pain due to involvement of the parietal peritoneum (afferents in spinal nerves/ Intercostal nerves)

stage 2 of appendicitis

12

What is this:
Perforation (rupture) with inflammatory material pouring into the greater sac, causing severe diffuse parietal irritation . Abdominal muscles are reflexly contracted, producing rigidity of the abdominal wall.

stage 3 of appendicitus