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Medical School – Celiac Disease in 5 minutes

anything i can take my medical school to be able to talk about sydney at the scene civic diseases than the media recently because of those who should be good for you guys and the proposed but if it isn’t good for you guys but a lot of times the words you reacts disease has […]

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Doctor & Surgeon Stereotypes (by Specialty)

Doctor & Surgeon Stereotypes (by Specialty)

Plastic surgeons are sleaze balls, neurosurgeons have massive egos, and orthopedic surgeons are dumb bros. Unless you’ve gone through medical school, you probably believe these stereotypes and have a distorted perception of the personality types of each surgical specialty. Some stereotypes are true, but most are not. This is the truth about each specialty. Dr. […]

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Day in the Life – Orthopedic Surgeon

My name is Dr. McKnight. I am an Orthopedic Surgery Resident and this is a day in my life. [music playing] It’s a Saturday morning. This is a Call day. So we’re just driving to the hospital and the goal is to see all my patients, have all my notes written before 7:00 a.m. at […]

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A DAY IN MED SCHOOL: Surgery Rotation

A DAY IN MED SCHOOL: Surgery Rotation

Good morning everyone! It’s Thursday. I’m still in the middle of my surgery rotation but today is actually a snow day. It doesn’t look that bad right now, but it was actually a lot worse earlier. So the medical school and the non essential hospital staff, which is obviously me, medical students. We are not […]

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Internal Medicine Residency 2019 – Penn State College of Medicine

[ Music ]>>Welcome to the Penn State Hershey Internal Medicine Residency Program. Our tertiary care facility is nestled in central Pennsylvania and serves as the referral center for the greater Harrisburg area. Hershey is a vibrant community and is conveniently situated near a wide array of recreational and cultural activities in Harrisburg, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, […]

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Examination of the Spleen (Stanford Medicine 25)

in examining the spleen unlike the liver the screen I think is a tricky organ to perk us the liver tends to come down flush with the costal margin like this whereas the spleen comes away from the costal margin doesn’t usually have a distinct edge and is generally softer and less distinct than the […]

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CAREER PATHS: MEDICINE 👩‍⚕️

CAREER PATHS: MEDICINE 👩‍⚕️

Having the opportunity to get an MPH at WVU was the overarching reason why I was able to move forward with my dream of becoming a future physician. My name is Mindy Sharon. I am a two-time graduate of West Virginia University, first in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and then again […]

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