adventuresinmedland:

This is a video on embryology by professor Fink who happens to be one of the greatest professors ever. If you have problems understanding embryology, I strongly recommend you watch these lectures ‘cause they’re amazing. 

Reblogged from The Manliness

fitnesstopractise:

The Cardiac Arrhythmia Dance

A little treat for all you visual/kinesthetic learners out there. Why use words when you can just dance?

Reblogged from Fitness To Practise
themightymelatonin:


” […] The veins of the brainThe veins of the brain is divided into superficial and deep two-tier light group to collect the blood brain shallow; deep group to collect the blood in the deep brain parenchyma, including the cerebral hemisphere deep medulla, basal ganglia and intraventricular part of the blood. Of vein between the cerebral hemispheres superficial group of veins and deep group region of the watershed boundary, equivalent to between cerebral cortical arteries and central arterial ischemia with. But also of that between the two interleaved with cloth, no significant watershed boundary, between the two coincide. […]”

Source: http://naowaike.blog.sohu.com/60990531.html

I’m sorry about the translation. I think is not very good. :(

themightymelatonin:

” […] The veins of the brain

The veins of the brain is divided into superficial and deep two-tier light group to collect the blood brain shallow; deep group to collect the blood in the deep brain parenchyma, including the cerebral hemisphere deep medulla, basal ganglia and intraventricular part of the blood. Of vein between the cerebral hemispheres superficial group of veins and deep group region of the watershed boundary, equivalent to between cerebral cortical arteries and central arterial ischemia with. But also of that between the two interleaved with cloth, no significant watershed boundary, between the two coincide. […]”

Source: http://naowaike.blog.sohu.com/60990531.html

I’m sorry about the translation. I think is not very good. :(

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emersonn:

Which one wins for you?

emersonn:

Which one wins for you?

lungs-in-situ:

Pituitary adenoma emerging from sella caused compression of medial aspects (carrying nasal half of retinal fibers) of optic nerves. While alive, patient had bitemporal hemianopsia.

lungs-in-situ:

Pituitary adenoma emerging from sella caused compression of medial aspects (carrying nasal half of retinal fibers) of optic nerves. While alive, patient had bitemporal hemianopsia.

medicalstate:

Getting Better: 200 Years of Medicine

This 45-minute documentary explores three remarkable stories of medical progress that have taken place over the course of the long history of the New England Journal of Medicine.  In 1812, we had no understanding of infectious disease, surgery was unsanitary and performed without anesthesia, and cancer was unrecognized. Two centuries later, this film tells the story of research, clinical practice, and patient care, and of how we have continued to get better over the last 200 years.

Reblogged from Medical State of Mind
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Reblogged from alguien mas