The Funny Current

is actually a current controlling heart rate.

Month: March, 2012

Medical Students Invited to Perform Pelvic Exams on Unconscious Women

I found this while looking up physical examination videos for the Pelvic exam.
The interview is a little old, but it’s shocking nonetheless.
I’ll write about my practice experience later.


Bite Cells- G6PDD

One of my favorites:
A screenshot of my notebook.
Explanation: Cookie Monster taking a BITE out of a BITE CELL cookie.
-The chocolate chips are HEINZ bodies, from oxidized Hemoglobin.
-Occurs in Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase Deficiency (G6PDD)
Source: First Aid, Robbins Basis of Pathology 8e.

This one is definitely gold.

Xeroderma Pigmentosum study aid

Just started biochem in First Aid. I have this little pic drawn in, and here’s a quick flash-drawn version.

Maybe one day I’ll start putting the least pretentious watermarks I can think of:
Explanation: If you do emoticons, you should know T_T, which is the “crying face”. T-T in this case stands for Thymidine dimers, which suck so they should make you sad.
Source: First Aid 2011, Robbins Pathological Basis of Disease 8e