Cranioplasty and reconstruction
(a-c) A wide radical excision with 4 cm distance from neoplasm margin and translational skin flap line was drawn. (d) After wide excision was performed, calvarial defect was observed without involvement of duramater below; as frontal bone craniectomy was performed. (e) A bone defect 10 × 8cm was made and cranioplasty using titanium mesh was placed. (f) The skin defect was then reconstructed by translational skin flap and (g) split-thickness skin graft. (h) Mass with an irregular, skin colored, multiple lobulated mass, 12 × 10 × 5 cm in diameter was excised As in histopathological findings, using hematoxylin and eosin (HE) stained sections showed a densely cellular and poorly circumscribed tumor in the dermis layer, comprising interwoven bundles and fascicles of uniform spindle shaped cells arranged in a “storiform” or “cartwheel” pattern The tumor cells had monotonous appearance with oval nuclei, vesicular chromatin, inconspicuous nucleoli, and scanty-to-moderate cytoplasm. A panel of immunohistochemistry (IHC) comprising CD-34 and vimentin was applied.
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Fasciolopsiasis- cause, pathogenesis, clinical, diagnosis and F.buski- morphology, life cycle
Short notes about Fasciolopsiasis and it's causative agent, pathogenesis, clinical, diagnosis and about Fasciolopsis buski and it's morphology, life cycle. For more such interesting medicine videos watching, subscribe and support my YouTube channel SK star medlife. Thank you for watching my video.
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Mycetoma is a chronic, progressively destructive morbid inflammatory disease usually of the foot but any part of the body can be affected. Infection is most probably acquired by traumatic inoculation of certain fungi or bacteria into the subcutaneous tissue. Mycetoma was described in the modern literature in 1694 but was first reported in the mid-19th century in the Indian town of Madura, and hence was initially called Madura foot.
Cutest mutation ever 😍 Hetrochromia
Posterior Cervical Laminectomy and Fusion
This 3D medical animation shows the normal anatomy of the cervical spine and age-related wear and tear that narrows the vertebral canal. A posterior cervical laminectomy and fusion procedure to relieve pressure on the spinal cord and stabilize the spine is also shown.
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Hello! I’m a second year nursing student at a local community college. I will be graduating with my ADN in December of 2019. (Side note: I will be continuing my education to get my BSN). Anyway, My dream in to be a scrub nurse, but I haven’t gotten as much exposure to the operating room as I’d like. How do I go about observing surgery or shadowing ? Who do I contact? Do I contact the doctor directly? I have one surgeon that I would really like to shadow. My senior year of high school, I had the pleasure of watching a heart transplant live-streamed to a museum in my city for educational purposes. (So, I know he’s interested in teaching). 2+ years later, I still have the doctors name, but no contact information. I want to reach out and ask about possible shadowing or observation. Long story short, how should I go about this? Any advice? I want to seem professional. Thanks!
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Is the liver gland??
What is the diagnosis?
A 17-year-old boy is found to have these asymptomatic bone lesions on CT scan. A)Bone metastases B)Paget’s disease C)Osteogenesis imperfecta D)Osteopoikilosis
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SAVED BY PLASTIC BAGS💥
The surprising way to help premature babies! Often babies born prematurely are not able to regulate their temperature," explains Caroline Davey, Chief Executive of the charity. "Research has shown that by placing these babies in plastic bags, heat loss can be prevented and this reduces the rate of hypothermia.
This Woman Can Smell Parkinson's. It Might Help Lead To Earlier Treatment
Scientists studied a "super-smeller" who claimed to smell Parkinson’s disease. In a test, she smelled patients clothes and flagged just one false positive - who turned out to be undiagnosed. The study identified subtle volatile compounds that may make it easier for machines to diagnose Parkinson's. Read full article...
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Biologic treatments for systemic rheumatic diseases...
Which side of your brain do you think is dominant for speech? Ever heard of wada test?
WADA testing is a procedure performed during angiography that assesses which side of your brain has your language and memory functions. During the test, one side of the brain is put to sleep (anesthetized) by injecting a medication into the carotid artery. There are 4 to 8 minutes during which the activities of one side of the brain are suspended, so the abilities of the other side of the brain can be tested in isolation. Typical uses of the test include the lateralization of language abilities (the surgeon wants to know if the side of the brain being operated on is the speech side or not), and a determination that the patient will not lose memory after surgery.
Blue tongue disease
Blue tongue disease Major signs are high fever, excessive salivation, swelling of the face and tongue and cyanosis of the tongue. Swelling of the lips and tongue gives the tongue its typical blue appearance, though this sign is confined to a minority of the animals. Nasal signs may be prominent, with nasal discharge and stertorous respiration.
Doctors find giant hairball in 12-year-old girl's stomach. Doctors have found a 250 gram hairball inside a 12-year-old gir...
External fixators in an Xray!!!
Section of what was initially thought to be a fibroid .
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Why the epidermolysis bullosa has no treatment why it’s impossible?💔
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Why the genetic disorder has no treatment too?💔
76-year-old patient with complete arrhythmia with untreated atrial fibrillation acute umbilical abdominal pain since 24 hours diffuse abdominal defense free hernias TA: 95/65 - irregular pulse: 90 / min - Hb: 14g / l - serum creatinine: 150mmol / l RA: 18 - blood lactates: 5mmol / What's your diagnosis? And why?
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