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Mariechen Puchert

Mariechen Puchert

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Mariechen Puchert

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Final year MB.ChB. Student (Bachelors of Medicine, Bachelors of Surgery) at University of Stellenbosch, South Africa. Graduating December 2014. Past student government chairperson. Semester at Sea Spring 2013 Alumnus. Stellenbosch-Hunan Student Liaison Alumnus.
<p>As far as I recall they&#39;re almost the same thing. A lot of sources use them interchangeably. Others say that glucosuria is the presence of glucose in the urine, while glycosuria is the prese...
Written about 7 years ago
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<p>Hi Rachel, interesting question. I study medicine in South Africa. As African countries go, we are quite privileged, but comparatively we are still very under-resourced. I actually wrote a <a hr...
Written about 7 years ago
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<p>I think ventricular filling has a lot to do with it,as Luma says. Furthermore, just like the lungs, the heart is affected by gravity. So when sitting up, the heart can elongate downwards, wherea...
Written about 7 years ago
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<p>As far as I know, nobody is entirely sure, as different cases have different rates of response to the drug.<br> However, one reason could be that it&#39;s beta blocking action, which causes vaso...
Written about 7 years ago
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<p>It&#39;s just the order of the statements that confused you. High BP <em>can</em> cause headaches - usually a case of uncontrolled and dangerous BP, which can be associated with visual disturban...
Written about 7 years ago
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<p>&nbsp;<br> A SOUTH AFRICAN PERSPECTIVE...<br> I am a third year medical student in South Africa and we have also been suffering under significant tuition fee increases. Last year my university w...
Written almost 9 years ago
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<p>I do a traditional curriculum, and my entire class hates it. When we are on theory rotations we bunk classes a LOT, because a good doctor just isn&#39;t necessarily a good lecturer.</p> <p>So f...
Written about 7 years ago
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<p>That depends on the skin cancer you are talking of. <br> The three most common types of skin malignancy are:</p> <ol> <li><p>malignant melanoma </p></li> <li><p>squamous cell carcinoma</p></li>...
Written about 7 years ago
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<p>I would love that :)</p>
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Written over 8 years ago
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