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Journey (crossover from SayreSmiles) by Sayre Posted Thu 19 Nov 2009 10:04pm I know I've been AWOL. I haven't followed any diet except what's available in the hospital cafeteria or any exercise plan but getting to and from hospital rooms and waiting rooms and my car in the parking garage. The following will explain why. As I washed my hands in the sink in the ICU waiting room bathroom, I glanced in the mirror. I ... Read on »
EAR HEMATOMAS...EXCESS BAGGAGE FOR THE EAR by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Thu 08 Oct 2009 9:27pm MEOW, MEOW!!! Helpful Buckeye received a lot of e-mails about last week's discussion of the senses of a cat. Those from cat owners pretty much said the same thing: "Keep the cat articles coming!" The e-mails from dog owners weren't as negative as you might expect. Nope, they all reported that they enjoyed reading about the different capabilities of ... Read on »
Best Post of Sept '08: Extramedullary hematopoesis is not an uncommon finding in subdural hematomas by Dr. Brian M. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Tue 10 Feb 2009 10:12am The next in my "Best of the Month" series, in which I feature my favorite post from each month, is from September 26, 2008: I received a case in consultation this week from a general pathologist who was concerned about clusters of unusual-looking cells within a chronic subduralhematoma ( SDH ), a specimen the surgeons call a " subdural membrane" ... Read on »
72 yom CC: Unknown Problem (Man Down) by JASON WINTER Posted Mon 08 Feb 2010 9:43am EMS is dispatched to a 72 year old male patient. Third party call. History of Parkinson's Disease. Patient is conscious. No further information. On arrival, EMS finds a 72 year old Spanish-speaking male. Through an interpreter the lead paramedic determines that the patient became dizzy, fell down, and hit his head. A small hematoma is visible ... Read on »
PVED Medical FAQ by pvedmom Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 11 Jun 2009 8:11pm By: Dr. John S. Hesla, Medical Director- PVED How many embryos are considered a good number in a donor egg cycle? Since most fertility clinics transfer only two embryos or one embryo in an IVF cycle, it is not necessary to have a large number of embryos to achieve a healthy pregnancy. This is particularly true if the egg donor is youn ... Read on »
PVED Medical FAQ by pvedmom Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 12 Jun 2009 11:57pm By: Dr. John S. Hesla, Medical Director- PVED How many embryos are considered a good number in a donor egg cycle? Since most fertility clinics transfer only two embryos or one embryo in an IVF cycle, it is not necessary to have a large number of embryos to achieve a healthy pregnancy. This is particularly true if the egg donor is yo ... Read on »
Hematoma Madness! by Florence F. Patient Expert Posted Fri 09 Sep 2011 12:30am So of course my recovery from hip replacement surgery couldn't just be...."smooth".  Nope. Two days before this incident, I took a picture of my thigh.  It looks fine here, but in retrospect, I can kinda see a bump forming on my thigh below the steri-strips.  Take into account that I have ZERO hips. On labour day, my father and I we ... Read on »
What’s Your Definition of Beauty? [Finding the balance in caring too much and too little] by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Tue 25 Oct 2011 1:01am I find beauty in strength:  T his is an outtake from pics for another post (coming soon!) and while nothing is right about my pose – my son snapped the pic too soon – everything is right about my shoulder and arm! Good golly I worked hard for those delts and biceps! They are beautiful to me because they remind me of how hard I ca ... Read on »
DO YOU FEEL YOUR PETS' PAIN? by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Thu 08 Oct 2009 9:27pm We all remember Presidential candidate Bill Clinton answering a question about people suffering from AIDS by saying, in early 1992, "I feel your pain." Empathetic humans frequently exhibit this trait as they relate to others who are suffering a distressing sensation in a part of their body, typically from an injury or illness. Since we usually unde ... Read on »
Laser Liposuction Offers Liposuction At Smaller Scale and Risk by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Sat 08 May 2010 11:00pm There are some major advantages laser liposuction offers over traditional liposuction. Most of the advantages are risk aversions created by the difference in procedural technique. Laser liposuction uses smaller tools and is designed to remove fat cells from small areas of the body. This scaled down ... Read on »