Flashcards in Sauderland Prelab Lab abdominal blood supply Deck (12):
In the pleural cavity and in the peritoneal cavity, there are (blank) that connect opposing serous surfaces.
(blank) are strong fibrous bands often encountered after previous operative procedures
(blank) is a surgical section or lysis of adhesions
(blank) is the healing by first intention
primary wound adhesion
(blank) is the multiple fine threads of fibrin
(blank) is the physical attraction of unlike molecules
The (blank) lies posterior to the stomach and extends to the left as fat as the spleen
omental bursa (lesser sac)
What are the portal vein tributaries?
esophageal via left gastric right
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
afferents from the appendix run toward (blank)
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