October 23, 2011
lookingwithkaleidoscopeeyes:

I actually don’t know if this is an international holiday but at least in Mexico we are celebrating doctors’ day. Happy day to all my medical students colleagues and all my professors. 

lookingwithkaleidoscopeeyes:

I actually don’t know if this is an international holiday but at least in Mexico we are celebrating doctors’ day. Happy day to all my medical students colleagues and all my professors. 

October 23, 2011
Miss MD To Be: Just a Single Dose of H1N1 Vaccine Effective in Preventing Hospitalization in Children

missmd2be:

A single dose of an adjuvanted vaccine against the pandemic H1N1 flu was highly effective at preventing hospital admission for children with confirmed infection, researchers reported.

In a case-control study conducted during the second wave of the 2009 pandemic, a single pediatric dose was…

(Source: missmdisme)

October 23, 2011

ellengraceplease:

Prostatectomy 

October 23, 2011

skepttv:

The Human Embryo and Embyronic Stem Cell Biology

On December 15, 2010, Renee Reijo Pera spoke to the CIRM Governing Board about her research studies of the human embryo and embryonic stem cells. Using time lapse video of the embryo’s initial cell divisions, Pera’s lab identified parameters that can accurately predict human embryo viability. These findings could improve the success rate for couples trying to have children through in vitro fertilization as well as reduce the number of embryos used in the procedure. Pera is director of Stanford’s Center for Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research and Education. She was introduced by Robert Klein, chair of the CIRM Governing Board. Series: “California Institute for Regenerative Medicine”

(Source: youtube.com, via skeptv)

October 23, 2011
Anencephaly-

urbanoutdoorsman:

A neural tube defect caused by the failure of the cranial neuralpore to fuse shut.  This leads to incomplete development of the brain and superior portions of the skull.  Google image search at your own risk.

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October 23, 2011

medicalworld:

Giant Ovarian Serous Cystadenoma is a very common benign ovarian tumor. The giant cyst, encompassing the whole abdomen, was detected during an abdominal ultrasound. During a laparotomy (surgical incision into the abdominal cavity), a giant, smooth, vascularized, cystic mass attached to the right ovary was encountered. An oophorectomy (ovary removal surgery) was conducted on the 35 year-old female patient.

October 23, 2011
badp:

Abortion causes breast cancer

badp:

Abortion causes breast cancer

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October 23, 2011
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm.: Wolff’s Law On Bone Formation. An observation that the bone changes...

abdominalaorticaneurysm:

Wolff’s Law On Bone Formation.

An observation that the bone changes it’s external and cancellous (internal) shape in response to stresses acting open it in order to adapt. In short - changes to the function and form of the bone results in changes to the internal structure.

For…

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October 23, 2011
mymedspace:

October is known worldwide as the Breast Cancer Awareness month and it is dedicated to increase awareness of the importance of early detection of cancer. So it is important to remain dedicated in educating and empowering women to take charge of their own breast health by practicing self-regular breast exams to identify any changes, scheduling regular visits and annual mammograms.
REMEMBER KNOWING IT EXIST IS NOT ENOUGH.GET INFORMED. PASS IT ON.

mymedspace:

October is known worldwide as the Breast Cancer Awareness month and it is dedicated to increase awareness of the importance of early detection of cancer. So it is important to remain dedicated in educating and empowering women to take charge of their own breast health by practicing self-regular breast exams to identify any changes, scheduling regular visits and annual mammograms.

REMEMBER KNOWING IT EXIST IS NOT ENOUGH.GET INFORMED. PASS IT ON.

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October 22, 2011

medicalschool:

The male and female pelvis