margins and hips) – (skopein – means to see/view or examine) Cholecystitis – cholecyst/o – gallbladder + itis -inflammation b) Reviewing the operative report, identify some key diagnosis and organs investigated during the procedure. i) Partially gangrenous and inflamed gallbladder. Thickened of gallbladder wall and multiple stones. ii) The changes of the gallbladder are result of marked distention of the gallbladder causing increased tension of the gallbladder wall. iii) Gallstones are hardened deposits of bile that form in the gallbladder. iv) The diagnosis would be acute cholecystitis with partially gangrenous gallbladder. v) Organs investigated during procedure were: (1) the bowel (2) the gallbladder (3) the liver
2) Review the outpatient encounter for Bernard Collins, accomplish the following and report in your findings and comments in your post. a) Go to Learn About a Test in the A.D.A.M. multimedia encyclopedia. Read all the information under Benign prostatic hypertrophy (hyperplasia) and look at the four images. View the video entitled Enlarged prostate gland. Look at Digital rectal exam in Clinical Illustrations (outside the encyclopedia on the ADAM home page). b) After studying the material, summarize or paraphrase any information that you use in response to the discussion questions this week. Be sure and cite your source appropriately. Do not copy and paste. i) Patient Bernard Collins: the explanation of the hesitation and longing to urinate has diminished is due to his prostate being expanded because of the patient age.
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