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medicalschool:

Two cell blastomere (1-2 days post-fertilization)

medicalschool:

Two cell blastomere (1-2 days post-fertilization)

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neuromorphogenesis:

The Science of Happiness: What data & biology reveal about our mood

While true happiness may have a different definition to each of us, science can give us a glimpse at the underlying biological factors behind happiness. From the food we eat to room temperature, there are thousands of factors that play a role in how our brains work and the moods that we are in. Understanding these factors can be helpful in achieving lasting happiness.

Infographic by Webpage FX

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Surgical strategies for avoiding and controlling hemorrhage in obstetrics and gynecology.

The type of surgical intervention depends upon several factors, paramount of which is the experience of the surgeon, other factors include parity and desire for future children, the extent of the hemorrhage, the general condition of the patient and place of confinement. 

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malformalady:

Penetrating keratoplasty in a patient with corneal ulcer. Keratoplasty is the surgical replacement of an opaque portion of the cornea with a piece of cornea having the same size and shape. Also called a  corneal graft.

malformalady:

Penetrating keratoplasty in a patient with corneal ulcer. Keratoplasty is the surgical replacement of an opaque portion of the cornea with a piece of cornea having the same size and shape. Also calledcorneal graft.

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A normal brain(right) compared to a brain afflicted with Alzheimer’s disease

malformalady:

A normal brain(right) compared to a brain afflicted with Alzheimer’s disease

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From Daily Anatomy



"Incredibly beautiful micrograph of blood clotting"



"This awesome picture is a coloured scanning electron micrograph of human red blood cells (erythrocytes, red) and platelets (thrombocyte, white) forming a blood clot. Clots are formed in response to cardiovascular disease or injuries to blood vessels. Platelets secrete chemicals that promote the accumulation of fibrin (not seen) and other blood components required for clot formation."
Magnification x7000, by Steve Gschmeissner

brains-and-bodies:

From Daily Anatomy

"Incredibly beautiful micrograph of blood clotting"
"This awesome picture is a coloured scanning electron micrograph of human red blood cells (erythrocytes, red) and platelets (thrombocyte, white) forming a blood clot. Clots are formed in response to cardiovascular disease or injuries to blood vessels. Platelets secrete chemicals that promote the accumulation of fibrin (not seen) and other blood components required for clot formation."

Magnification x7000, by Steve Gschmeissner

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medicalschool:

Early Heart Tube (Lateral View)
Angiogenesis throughout the embryo allows for the development of angioblastic cords in the cardiogenic mesoderm of the embryo.

medicalschool:

Early Heart Tube (Lateral View)

Angiogenesis throughout the embryo allows for the development of angioblastic cords in the cardiogenic mesoderm of the embryo.

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