Module 2 Anatomy & Diseases

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  • 1. Module 2: Anatomy & Diseases
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  • 6. Cross Section of Stomach
  • 7. Laparotomy
    • Any surgical opening into the abdominal cavity
  • 8. Gastrectomy
    • Non-specific term for removal of part or all of the stomach.
  • 9. Gastroenterostomy
    • Surgical creation of an anastomosis between stomach and portion of intestine, generally performed following a subtotal gastrectomy to regain continuity or bypass.
  • 10. Fundoplication
    • A procedure used in treating the reflux of gastric contents into the esophagus.
    • It’s a surgical reduction of size of the opening
    • into fundus of the stomach
    The fundus of the stomach is passed posteriorly around the distal esophagus, proximal to the weakened cardiac sphincter. The fundus is wrapped in weakened area, forming the fundoplication.
  • 11. Vagotomy
    • Surgical removal of division of vagus nerve to reduce secretion of hydrochloric acid, usually done in connection with a subtotal gastrectomy or pyloroplasty.
  • 12. Cholecystectomy
    • Resection of gall bladder. Frequently performed for cholecystitis or cholelithiasis.
  • 13. Cholecystitis
    • Inflammation of the gall bladder
  • 14. Cholecystolithiasis Presence of one or more Gall-stones in gall bladder.
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  • 17. Total Colectomy
    • Complete removal of colon
  • 18. Female Reproductive System
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  • 21. EPISIOTOMY
    • An episiotomy is an surgical incision through the perineum made to enlarge the vagina and assist childbirth .
  • 22. Salpingectomy
    • Resection of fallopian tube. Frequently performed for tubular pregnancy
  • 23. Oophrectomy Resection of an ovary.
  • 24. Myomectomy
    • Excision of a muscle tumor of the uterus through hystectomy
  • 25. D & C
  • 26. Caesarean Section
    • Delivery of fetus through an abdominal incision and hystectomy
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    • Module 3: Basics of Suture