Saccular aneurysms are the most common type of brain aneurysms. They are also referred to as “berry” aneurysms because a small sac forms at the point where an artery divides into two branches, and fills with blood.
A less common type of brain aneurysm, and one that’s less likely to rupture, is the fusiform aneurysm. A fusiform aneurysm has an equal outpouching on all sides of the arterial wall and no stem.
Youngest Face Transplant Recipient in U.S.
At 18, Katie Stubblefield lost her face. At 21, she became the youngest person in the U.S. to undergo the still experimental surgery. Follow her incredible story.
Sixteen hours ago surgeons in Operating Room 19 at the Cleveland Clinic began the delicate work of removing the face from a 31-year-old woman who was declared legally and medically dead three days earlier. Soon they will take it to a 21-year-old woman who has waited more than three years for a new face.
Katie will be the youngest person to receive a face transplant in the United States. Her transplant, the clinic’s third and the 40th known in the world, will be one of the most extensive, making her a lifelong subject in the study of this still experimental surgery.
Sixteen hours into a transplant operation at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio, surgeons finish the intricate task of removing the face from an organ donor. Awed by the sight and by the gravity of their work, the team falls suddenly silent as staff members document the face in between its two lives. The surgeons would spend 15 more hours attaching the face to Katie Stubblefield.
This week episode is about COPD.
Don’t forget to tune in. You can find the podcast on SPOTIFY : Oh, Yes! Medic.
Something that is difficult to juggle while attending vet school is having a job! With the intensive timetable, and the placements which require ticking off during breaks, I just don’t have time. Luckily for me there’s a really cool daycare/hotel for both dogs and cats in my hometown! Over summer I completed 2 weeks of placement here, and enjoyed it so much I went back over Easter to lend a helping hand! Coming from a family which has never owned dogs, I learnt so much about dog behaviour and training. Now the best part - they’ve asked me to come and work for them over the holiday season and I couldn’t be happier! Not only does it fit in around the placements I need to do this summer, it will help me afford to buy a car, and is a job with animals! Ticks all the boxes! I can’t wait to go see all my little friends again - pictured is Hugo 🤩 #vetmed#vetschool#veterinarian#vet#animalscience#animals#vetgram#medschool#dogs#dogsofinstagram#dogstagram
My name is Dr. Tosin Odunsi-Akanji and I am a 4th year Obstetrics and Gynecology Resident. I am originally from Nigeria. From an early age, I recognized that medicine was what I wanted to do. I went on to Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. There, I majored in Human Biology, Health, and Society while on the Pre-Medical track. .
I spent the first 7 weeks of my summer taking an EMT class, and now that I’ve graduated, I have to take the National Registry test to officially become certified. I’ll be taking the test on Tuesday, so I’ll be studying a lot until then. I am very excited and hope to work as an EMT or ED Tech when I head back go school. And once I pass this test, I’ll finally be able to relax during summer break!
Harvard medical school publicaron nuevo método que utiliza códigos de barras genéticos en evolución para registrar activamente el proceso de división celular de ratoncitos en desarrollo , permitiendo rastrear el proceso de cada célula en el cuerpo de un ratón hasta su origen unicelular. Este enfoque permite a los científicos determinar dónde y cuándo surgen las diferentes células y qué tan estrechamente relacionados están los diferentes tipos de células entre sí, lo que permite una visión sin precedentes del viaje de zigoto a adulto 🤭🧠
So spring and summer classes are over. Fall class start next week. I gotta get amped up. I gotta tackle these dreams. I've been in the medical field since 2005 when I graduated certified to be a medical asst. Then I went to school for nursing And became a nusre asst....I was going to continue but, life had other plans. I stopped and wrote and published two books. Now I'm back in school and aspiring to be the best Surgical Tech. I'm claiming it. These semesters been flying by. I'm ready for my medical classes. I was born to be here. To help. To love on pts.
When I was a kid I wanted to be a doctor. Sometimes I still think about it. I don't have kids so it's nothing in my way of success. I need my zero.... Why can't I tag you. I know you'll be excited with me . #bestboo#zerothecutedoctor#medschool#medicine#surgicaltech#surgicaltechstudent#school#fall#nerdygirl#lovelearning
Introducing to you one of the best medical accounts in Instagram @email@example.com.
he shares his medical notes and drawings on daily basis.Highly recommended to follow this account if you are working in medical field
. @dr.gohari @dr.gohari
Shiba scrub hat!
Etsy shop link in the bio
The medical staff of an organ-donation operation bow to pay tribute to 17-year-old female organ donor who has saved multiple human lives.
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I’ve uploaded new episodes of #ohyesmedicpodcast (swipe left to see where you can find the podcast) aaannnnd today’s episode is hinted in the picture. Don’t forget to tune in, okay?! good.
2016, where it all started, THE WHITE COAT LIFE.
All excited to experience a new life, a new journey of becoming doctors. How fascinated we were by seeing doctors going around the hospital with their white coats and stethoscope hanging around their necks. Imagining us in the same place few years down the lane, we were encountered by the textbook of Anatomy.
How the physiology practicals gave us the feel of being a doctors.
Especially the biochemistry practical gave me the Dexter feels, the Benedict test!
The first MBBS was a tough journey, will be updating with our complete journey in the further posts.
Building up the nerve for my last ever med school placement!
Chiang Mai, Thailand
Don't we all wish we can have the memory of an elephant to help us remember all the information we need to for school? We sure do!
At the elephant jungle sanctuary, you get to feed, bathe, play, and do a mud spa with these magnificent animals that were saved from living a constrained life of hard labor. You also wear mahout caretaker outfits and learned how to properly feed and play with cute babies like this one. It was an incredible experience!
"إذا أراد الله لك أمراً ، هيّأ له أسبابه ، وأزال عواقبه ، وأتمّه "
Hi! Thanks for checking out my page! I recently decided to make an Instagram to track my journey to medical school. I created this page to share my progress and goals as well as learn from others who are on the same journey. I am about to enter my third year as an undergraduate, and I hope to attend medical school after I graduate. This page will show my daily life and my journey to becoming an MD.
LEFT: BEFORE | RIGHT: AFTER
Regenerative Medicine! Harvesting Fat for Stem Cells and utilizing it towards repairing the hands. This patient suffered from stiff joints and carpal tunnel. Utilizing the harvested STEM and SVF, it is then injected into the skin. It has been about a week since the procedure and patient said she is feeling great! Less stiffness and more range of mobility. It will take a total of 4-6 weeks before full benefits are reached. Aside from regenerative, this treatment also visibly restores youth to your hands! If you’re looking for regenerative medicine in the Orlando Area, we are now using AcquiCell for a more invasive method with minimal downtime!
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Dr. Syed is very excited to announce that new treatments will now be coming to New U MedSpa! @newumedspa 🧖♂️🧖♀️
STAY TUNED to find out our new services! 🤭
The Man behind the Business!
Dr. Syed is a board certified medical doctor specializing in Aesthetics. It was his passion that created New U MedSpa and Orlando Hair Clinic.
Catching him in between patients, we wanted to ask him a few questions.
1. How long have you had NUMS and OHC?
Dr: 10 years
2. What is your favorite procedure to administer?
Dr: Definitely Stem Cells! The facelift we offer in NUMS is my favorite!
3. What would you say is your favorite part of the job?
Dr: Being able to give my patients what they're looking for and seeing the satisfaction on their faces.
4. What's a fun fact about you?
Dr: I'm very artistic. I use it in my daily practice too. I treat every procedure like art because I'm very detail oriented.
What questions do you have for Dr. Syed? We'd love to answer them!
Hair transplants, Neograft, a new head of hair.... whatever you choose to call it- trust US here at Orlando Hair Clinic with all your needs! Decades of experience and the highest quality care, what are you waiting for? 888 430 6115
Stem Cells are one of Dr. Syed's biggest passions. Over the next few weeks, we will be posting new videos for our new series, STEM Cells. We hope this series will bring you knowledge and insight into the procedures we do here at Orlando Hair Clinic and New U MedSpa!
To book your appointments or free consultation, give us a call:
Orlando Hair Clinic: 888 430 6115
New U MedSpa: 888 689 3070
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