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free120/Block 1/Question#13 (19.4 difficulty score)
A 26-year-old woman is brought to the ...
Pouch of DouglasπŸ”
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 +5 
submitted by benwhite_dotcom(465),
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eTh chouP fo oslauDg si eth saecp etneewb teh trusue nad teh mucetr .i(e. eht acepl rweeh peicvl fere udifl e)go.s




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submitted by trump2020(4),

How do we know the inferior aspect of the tube doesnt rupture, releasing fluid down in between the layers of the broad ligament?

melchior  What is special about the Pouch of Douglas is that it is the lowest point of the peritoneal cavity, so even if blood gets in between the layers of the broad ligament (which I agree with you, it looks like it should), I bet it somehow makes its way down to the Pouch of Douglas due to gravity. +5