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I am a 3rd year medical student who has just completed an intercalated year in Anatomy. My main interests are in anatomy, pathology, academic medicine and (anatomical) medical education. As a student I try and keep my interests as broad as possible. I have an active interest in research and am conducting research in autoimmunity, neuropathology and musculoskeletal science.
<p>The parietal (fibrous) pericardium is innervated with pain nerve fibres responsible for producing the pain experienced in pericarditis. </p> <p>When the patient leans forward, the diaphragm mo...
Written about 7 years ago
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Thanks for sharing this post Nicole. I also have experience of personal illness whilst at medical school and it only adds to existing pressures. There's often this common misconception that you are...
Written almost 6 years ago
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Globalisation and monetisation of healthcare seems to have shifted the balance from patient to profit in many cases. It's so refreshing to see such a selfless approach to delivering real care right...
Written almost 6 years ago
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This is a really useful resource, summarises all the key points nicely. Thank you!
Written about 7 years ago
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This is good and I like the format, but I think that there is a key point missing here - that the disease occurs in secondary pregnancies. Also, I'd clarify that it is the RhD+ IgG that crosses the...
Written almost 7 years ago
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<p>Hi Husam, </p> <p>There are two books that I think you&#39;d probably find useful (I used these as quick references and they were in my library)</p> <ol> <li><p>Essential Orthopaedics and Trau...
Written almost 6 years ago
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