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What does the blood look like in myeloma?

Here’s a good question to test your knowledge of myeloma. Q. Which of the following peripheral blood findings is most...

Absolute vs. corrected reticulocyte count

  Q. I have one question, and you are my last hope. What is the difference between the absolute and corrected reticulocyte count? I...

Boards Help! Advice from students who took boards.

For the third and final part of our series on how to study for boards (see part 1 and part 2 ) we’ll take a look at advice from students...

Boards Help! A strategy for answering boards questions.

This is the second in a series of three posts on boards (check out the last one , which covered how to choose resources and set up a study...

Boards Help! How to make a plan and choose resources.

It’s April, which means a lot of people are studying for boards. If you’re like me, you haven’t started studying, but you’ve spent a lot...
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Sep 19 2009 by pathologystudent
Wow, you are good researchers. Yes, that sounds very appropriate. It's the vagus nerve that you're talking about - and it certainly does supply the stomach. You should send the endocrinologist a bill!
 
Sep 19 2009 by P S P.
Anyway, thought it might come in handy in case you get the question again from someone else.  Thanks for you help!
 
Sep 19 2009 by P S P.

Therefore, her temp is way off (freezes all the time) and she experiences a "fullness" feeling even though she can only eat tiny amounts.  This nerve seems to tell the stomach when it is time to process food, start digestion, and so forth.  I believe there is a term though I can't remember it right now....  it is a form of stomach paralysis....

 

 

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