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the flipside of reason

the flipside of reason

the flipside of reason

Sorting through my bio notes and organizing for easy study. Plus colors!

Universal Identity

Sorting through my bio notes and organizing for easy study. Plus colors!

Account Suspended

Пороки сердца инфекционный эндокардит студент медик учёба в медицинском анатомия сердца фонендоскоп

medical school

Tablet Taboo? | MOD x MED

Check out my latest post up on the Merck Manual Med Student Stories >> Tablet Taboo. Thoughts on how technology could have an impact on health care.

Photography student aesthetic from no particular era 🎞📷🍃-H - - - - #niche #nichememe #selfcare #nichememer #fashion #wesanderson #art #edit…

🌼 k + h 🌼 on Instagram: “I’m feeling very down guys... it’s not nice -H - - - - #niche #nichememe #selfcare #nichememer #fashion #wesanderson #art #edit…”

Photography student aesthetic from no particular era 🎞📷🍃-H - - - - #niche #nichememe #selfcare #nichememer #fashion #wesanderson #art #edit…

KELSEY HENDERSON, "Gloves", oil on canvas, 82x72 cm., 2013. (Envoy Enterprises)

PlastikArt on Instagram: “KELSEY HENDERSON, "Gloves", oil on canvas, 82x72 cm., 2013. (Envoy Enterprises)”

KELSEY HENDERSON, "Gloves", oil on canvas, 82x72 cm., 2013. (Envoy Enterprises)

dont be upsetti have some spaghetti

dont be upsetti have some spaghetti

dont be upsetti have some spaghetti

Blood clot, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). Red blood cells (erythrocytes) are trapped within a fibrin protein mesh (beige). The fibrin mesh is formed in response to chemicals secreted by platelets (pink), fragments of white blood cells. Clots are formed in response to cardiovascular disease or injuries to blood vessels.

Blood clot, SEM - Stock Image - C009/7818

Blood clot, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). Red blood cells (erythrocytes) are trapped within a fibrin protein mesh (beige). The fibrin mesh is formed in response to chemicals secreted by platelets (pink), fragments of white blood cells. Clots are formed in response to cardiovascular disease or injuries to blood vessels.

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The Breakdown: Neuro in Medical School | MOD x MED

We just finished the neurology portion of our Neuroanatomy/Behavioral Neuroscience course. My school combines neurology/psychiatry into one system, but I thought I would split them up here and go ahead and talk about neuro now! First of all, I must say that starting systems is a much better change of pace from anatomy and molecular medicine last semester. We can now start to make ties between the clinical and basic sciences to see how everything we are learning is going to impact patients in…