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Examinitis

General Description: single focal lesion within the frontal lobe of the cerebrum, occupying approximately 20% of the organ. Raised, dark red, irregular in shape, turgid. Morphologic Diagnosis: Severe, peracute, generalized frontal cerebral hemorrhage & infarct. Clinical Diagnosis: Examinitis Pathogenesis: informational … Continue reading

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Wet Labs

As the school year draws to an end and the impending doom of exams is lingering, I find it awfully difficult to resign myself to the books just yet, and instead look for ways to procrastinate and enjoy the amazing … Continue reading

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Beasts of Burden

Still working away at parasitology. Not only are there about a thousand various types of creepy crawlers to be able to recognize and explain the life cycle of, it seems that every other word used to describe these things is … Continue reading

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Not Your Average Day

“Sorry guys, I was hoping for live specimens for lab today, but the border held our fleas.” It’s 8:30am, in parasitology lab. Only in vet school do you ever hear quotes like that. Despite the lack of living fleas to … Continue reading

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