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Otak mengatur dan mengkordinir sebagian besar, gerakan, perilaku dan fungsi tubuh homeostasis seperti detak jantung, tekanan darah, keseimbangan cairan tubuh dan suhu tubuh. Otak manusia bertanggung jawab terhadap pengaturan seluruh badan dan pemikiran manusia. Oleh karena itu terdapat kaitan erat antara otak dan pemikiran. Otak dan sel saraf di dalamnya dipercayai dapat memengaruhi kognisi manusia. Pengetahuan mengenai otak memengaruhi perkembangan psikologi kognitif. Otak juga bertanggung jawab atas fungsi seperti pengenalan, emosi. ingatan, pembelajaran motorik dan segala bentuk pembelajaran lainnya.
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Otak terbentuk dari dua jenis sel: glia dan neuron. Glia berfungsi untuk menunjang dan melindungi neuron, sedangkan neuron membawa informasi dalam bentuk pulsa listrik yang di kenal sebagai potensi aksi. Mereka berkomunikasi dengan neuron yang lain dan keseluruh tubuh dengan mengirimkan berbagai macam bahan kimia yang disebut neurotransmiter. Neurotransmiter ini dikirimkan pada celah yang dikenal sebagai sinapsis. Avertebrata seperti serangga mungkin mempunyai jutaan neuron pada otaknya, vertebrata besar bisa mempunyai hingga seratus miliar neuron.
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Embracing my messy notes, side-notes, & annotations 📝for days! Realized I had taken some great notes in Biochemistry in my Kaplan book! Don't ever hesitate to look back at other sources for certain subjects or topics!


But yes, I still think less resources are 🔑!!

Resection of a colonic polyp during colonoscopy procedure!
Colonic polyps are slow-growing overgrowths of the colonic mucosa that carry a small risk (<1%) of becoming malignant. However, because colonic polyps are highly prevalent in the general population (especially with increasing age), they confer an important predisposition to colon cancer and are therefore removed when detected.
Most patients with colonic polyps are asymptomatic. In symptomatic patients, the most common presenting symptom is rectal bleeding; chronic bleeding from colonic polyps may cause iron deficiency anaemia. Other symptoms of polyps include diarrhoea or constipation, often with decreased stool caliber.
Source: emedicine

Happiest of birthdays to one of my favorite humans who also happens to be my mentee!! You're the best, Ben! Thanks for always saving the day and putting in those IVs oh and also for being hilarious. Hope you have the best day saving lives in clinic 🙌🏼•
Please twin harder than us 😂 decked out in @wearfigs + @allbirds all grey•
Happy Tuesday everyone, hope your day is filled with ALLL the joy. •
#coresidents #twinsies #birthday

Great first day in the coronary care unit (CCU)! Our residents basically ran rounds, the cardiology fellow and I interjected when necessary and the attending on service is incredibly nice! The critical care fellows then had our monthly ethics lecture and a great workshop on examining the heart and lungs with echocardiography. Now it's back to cramming for boards. Happy Monday to everyone! ☺️

Debuting the latest in scrub fashion for yaaa on this beautiful Monday, this chic organ vest❗️😂🤣Totally kidding, but this was such a great tool to teach the kiddies at anatomy academy. It even had the kidneys on the back of it! hahaa •


{p.s. you've probs noticed that an organ in missing. yes, the heart is dramatically placed in my hand lololll}

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Back to Basics 14
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Thanks for following @medizin_bulgarien - this one is for you

When I start with the end in mind, I'm able to be more efficient and meaningful ✨Along those lines, got some great advice to familiarize myself with Step 1 the summer before MS1 and took it to heart. Read the intro and already learning so much. So excited to start this journey!!
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Es el remedio ideal contra los síntomas y las manifestaciones molestas del embarazo, dolores de espalda, piernas pesadas y prevención de estrías. Además, el masaje te ayuda a vivir tranquila mientras esperas la llegada de tu bebé.

Pompei is so incredible. Around 2000 years ago, this rich town was flooded by volcanic ash and noxious volcanic fumes by eruption of Mount Vesuvius. After the town vanished under many meters of ash, and over 1500 years later, excavations revealed Pompei, its artifacts, and so much history. During excavations, arachaeologists came across many empty vessels or holes that were curious. They decided to cast these empty spaces and realized that they were spaces where Pompei citizens were buried under the volcanic ash - some casts even included skull and other bones. This cast is believed to be that of an individual who was covering his or her face from breathing in the noxious fumes before being buried by ash. Pompei was such an interesting and eye-opening experience and I definitely recommend it to anyone who is in the Amalfi coast area.

Back to Basics 13
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Thanks for following @mashaburkal - this one is for you.

PREMED how to get into Medical School 2/5 ‘Working on your resume’
Yesterday we talked about GPA. Today I’m going to tell you about what other things will get you in.
1. Taking extra classes
2. Outstanding performances in something
3. Shadowing
4. Volunteering
So First, taking extra classes isn’t not only about building your resume, it’s working on the future you, as a doctor. Because you’re the type of student who wants to know everything about everything. Broaden your horizon!
Second, if you have any special talents like you’re good at making music, you’re into sports like I am. Things that will make You stand out of the crowd. What makes you proud? Let them know!
Third, shadowing physicians. Let them know about your plans. Ask them what they should do, take their advice! Besides, this is a good moment for you to pull the trigger for your dreams. Because what I haven’t told you yet is that Medical School sounds awesome, and it really is... but there are many things to consider which I’ll tell you next week!
Fourth, volunteering. Do this, only, when you have a feeling for volunteering, and not just for your resume, that’s just wrong. Help people because you love to, and there is nothing wrong with putting it that way on your resume!

Back to Basics 12
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1. FULLY classify the epithelium in the rectangle
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2. Name the structures in the ellipse
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3. Name the cell at the arrow
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4. Where approximately would this tissue be located?
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This is all I need to say right now. This is what is in my heart and this is what I am guilty of and need to apologise for.

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Now that I passed my board exams, I get to fill my @theawkwardyeti bag with a new book for my clinical years. I get to fill my brain with clinical knowledge. I get to fill my heart with the joy of working directly with patients. My first clinical rotation begins next Monday... I'm so excited (and nervous!! 😂) 🎉👩🏽‍⚕️📚

Happiest of birthdays to one of my favorite humans who also happens to be my mentee!! You're the best, Ben! Thanks for always saving the day and putting in those IVs oh and also for being hilarious. Hope you have the best day saving lives in clinic 🙌🏼•
Please twin harder than us 😂 decked out in @wearfigs + @allbirds all grey•
Happy Tuesday everyone, hope your day is filled with ALLL the joy. •
#coresidents #twinsies #birthday

Back to Basics 11
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1. Classify the structure in the ellipse
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2. Classify the tissue in the square
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3. What is this structure?
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Since many IG users are medical trainees I have not met, I wanted to share this post unrelated to pain since it's July, and I'm an attending at a teaching hospital who is involved with interviewing candidates for fellowship.

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Test scores will certainly get your foot in the door, but these tips can help you get the rest of the way (and can help boost a less than stellar board score). ___

1. Work hard. Treat every day like it's a job interview. Even junior attendings or your senior residents may someday be the gateway to a job offer for you. They certainly were for me.
2. Treat everyone in the hospital with respect. The nurses can be your biggest asset and their knowledge can really help you succeed.
3. Show up early or on time (i.e. not late).
4. Do research. Doesn't have to be in your specific field. Publishing is key. Original articles outweigh case reports & book chapters, but something is better than nothing. You can also attend national conferences & do a case presentation- particularly in a field you want to go into. These conferences are also an opportunity to meet program directors and network.
5. Read & be prepared. Read on your cases, your patients, and on the specific rotation. Make lists so you don't forget things. Talk to seniors or friends who have done the rotation. You can even visit the hospital the day before the rotation starts to orient yourself to the service.
6. Be a team player. Medicine is a team sport.
7. Don't look bored, even if you are. Everyone is exhausted, and all of us at some point have wanted to just go home. Muster up as much enthusiasm as possible. Your friends and family can listen to you complain once you're home. 😉
8. Apply early. And follow up with some form of contact, especially if it's your dream program.
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Remember-you can achieve your goals in medicine if you have perseverance and dedication. If you fail, don't give up. You can always try again.
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Disclaimer: Opinions my own, not those of my program. And if any of my own residents or students ever read this- you guys are awesome, and thank you for making my job worthwhile!

Back to Basics 10
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2. Identify the encircled tissue
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