something to see
something to see
By: farah hamdan

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Monday, 9-Aug-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Awards night for Batch X

in front of the hostel
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Saturday, 26-Jun-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Ayurveda clinical posting

panchakarma therapy unit
a list of stuff that they do there
kneading dough in the kitchen-looking preparation room
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Saturday, 12-Jun-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
G.I. vagotomy

preparing the abdomen for surgery. note how concave it is
urinary catheterization
making a midline incision
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I was really lucky that I got to take these photos. Our surgery professor was in a bit of a bad mood today. The patient had peptic ulcers, I think they were duodenal ones. The surgery was just a 'simple' vagotomy (usually all they gotta do was yank the liver aside and ligate the nerve, chop chop) but the patient had lots of adhesions (the peritoneum was stuck to the omentum, stomach, liver, etc) so they had to clear that first. The patient also has esophageal varices so the surgery went slower than usual.

Friday, 11-Jun-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Community Medicine field trip

our bus
so adorable!
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Monday, 31-May-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Excision of a papilloma

nurse holding up the patient's right arm before the surgery
injecting local anesthetic in the subcutaneous tissues
surgeon fixes a new sterile blade on the scalpel
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Under local anesthesia (lignocaine 2%), a growth measuring roughly about 2cm x 2cm x 3cm, situated on the dorsum of the patient's right hand (somewhere between the 2nd and 3rd metacarpals), was removed. It was a superficial growth, and was diagnosed as a papilloma.

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