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Enukleasi lebih sering digunakan untuk membuang mata yang buta dan sakit yang tidak dapat disembuhkan melalui pengobatan. Enukleasi pada kondisi yang tepat biasanya digunakan sebagai alternatif untuk menghilangkan rasa sakit pada mata dan untuk menghilangkan metastasis neoplasia.
Indikasi dari enukleasi adalah terjadinya peningkatan tekanan intraokular yang dihasilkan oleh glaukoma (kucing merasa kesakitan dan buta) yang tidak dapat disembuhkan dengan pengobatan, neoplasia intraocular yang berpotensi menyebabkan kesakitan intraokular atau metastasis, trauma yang parah yang dihasilkan oleh luka perforasi pada mata atau kerusakan pada lensa (sering disebabkan oleh cakaran kucing, gigitan anjing, atau kecelakaan), infeksi intraokuler/endophthalmitis, phthisis bulbi, proptosis (kesakitan pada otot ekstraokuler), dan retrobulbar disease.
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Teknik operasi enukleasi dapat dilakukan melalui dua prosedur, yaitu:
1. Operasi enukleasi pada pendekatan subkonjunctival adalah pembuangan bola mata, membran nictitan, dan sedikit kelopak mata, dengan meminimalkan pengangkatan jaringan otot supaya kantung mata tidak menjadi kosong sehingga faktor estetika akan tetap terjaga.
2. Operasi enukleasi dengan pendekatan transpalpebral pada umumnya digunakan untuk mengurangi terjadinya kontak infeksi dari permukaan kornea dan metode pendekatan transpalpebral ini lebih sederhana untuk digunakan. Kerugian dari pendekatan transpalpebral adalah terdapat banyak perdarahan dan post operasi mata dengan metode pendekatan transpalpebral menghasilkan mata yang cekung.
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Tonsil stones being pushed out of the tonsils!
Tonsil stones or tonsilloliths, are hard white or yellow formations that are located on or within the tonsils. They are made out of material that becomes stuck in the nooks and crannies of the tonsils that become calcified over time. It’s common for people with tonsil stones to not even realize they have them. Tonsil stones aren’t always easy to see and they can range from rice-sized to the size of a large grape. Tonsil stones rarely cause larger health complications. However, sometimes they can grow into larger formations that can cause your tonsils to swell, and they often have an unpleasant odor.
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What the fudge!!
This is actually a better way to remove an insect from the ear, trying to take it out wit forceps might cause the insect attack and cause internal injury!

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Actual blood vessels of a person who donated their body for scientific display purposes! Science is fascinating isn't it?
The principle by which preservation of the blood vessels is done is pretty simple, injection of a solution, more precisely - plastic. An incision is made in a vein in the foot, then injection of the plastic into a vein in the neck - the blood gets pushed out the foot, and the plastic fills out the rest of the vessels, which harden them and keeps them safe while dissolving everything else with an acid.

An infant born after 36 weeks of gestation was admitted to the intensive care unit and treated empirically for sepsis. His mother, who was 22 years of age had been referred at 31 weeks of gestation for assessment of oligohydramnios. The fetal heart rate was 158 beats per minute. Ultrasonography was repeated every 2 weeks.
At 35 weeks of gestation, intrauterine growth retardation was evident. No goiter was noted, and the fetal heart rate was 150 beats per minute. At birth, the boy weighed 1800 g. Apgar scores were normal, but the pulse was 200 beats per minute. Retraction of the upper eyelids was evident, and subcutaneous fat was virtually absent.
One day after delivery the mother received a diagnosis of Graves' disease. When asked about weight loss, the mother reported an unexplained weight loss of 28 kg during the preceding year, including a loss of 6 kg during pregnancy.
Consequently, neonatal thyrotoxicosis was diagnosed in the infant, whose level of thyrotropin was low with high levels of free thyroxine and thyrotropin-binding inhibitory immunoglobulins. The boy was treated with propranolol, methimazole, and potassium iodide. Within 5 days, free thyroxine levels normalized and the tachycardia resolved. Levothyroxine was added to the treatment regimen.
Case courtesy of Peter H. Bisschop, M.D., Ph.D., A.S. Paul van Trotsenburg, M.D., Ph.D. Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam, the Netherlands via NEJM

@Regrann from @medicalcortex - What the fudge!!
This is actually a better way to remove an insect from the ear, trying to take it out wit forceps might cause the insect attack and cause internal injury!

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You know you're a nerd when your definition of a perfect weekend is being able to catch up on all your pending studying. 😁 .
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Drawings and colouring are my favourite part of my anatomy sessions. Not only it relaxes me, it also helps me retain stuff better! .
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Hope everyone had a productive weekend! All set to look Monday in the eye now.ُ Sending some good vibes your way to make it through the week 💕
Love and light. 💫
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endocrine was one of my favorite modules last year, here's to starting M2 tomorrow 😄°
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The Ether Dome is one of the most famous historical sites in medicine. It was the venue for the first successful public demonstration of inhalational anesthesia for surgery. I've visited this place a couple times and am always humbled by the pathway paved for modern anesthesiology by these brilliant pioneers. Join me tonight on IG Live at 8 PM EST to learn why I chose anesthesiology and my changing views about the career.

Sundays are for Church and playing Catch Up (Usually). One of the biggest things you find out once you hit the wards is that the studying never ends, and that is also the beautiful complexity of being in the medical field. Whether you're a premed studying for your mcat, a medical student studying for your shelf exam or Step 2, a resident studying for step 3 or an in service exam, a fellow studying for your final licensing boards or you're a well-seasoned attending studying for your recertification boards, we spend a significant majority of our lives studying to some degree. Sometimes it is straight from a textbook, review book or doing questions and other times it is keeping up to date on all of the latest national guidelines, recommendations and important journal publications, but the studying never stops, the learning never stops and we never stop growing and bettering ourselves for the sake of our patients. And while it maintains that it is the beauty and beastly nature of what we do, it is also a large reason of why many of us wanted to go into medicine in the first place, to be in a field that is constantly evolving, where there is always something to learn and where the knowledge that we gain daily truly improves the lives of humanity everyday. So, today, we find the blessing in our studies not for what we can achieve numerically wise on our next exam, but for what we will achieve in the physical care of our current and future patients. Love. #premed #medstudent #resident #residency #doctor #doctorthings #medicalschool #rossmedschool #sundayreflection #sundaystudying #studying #studyspace #hardwork #mcat #usmle #shelfexams #step1 #step2ck #uworld #physician #motivation #dedication #determination #love #grateful #blessed #igdaily #keepgoing #neverquit #kareskorner

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Enjoying the #pierconcert after a good shift #decompression. #clouds #rainbow

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Put on some serum.
Grab an ice coffee.
Tie your hair up.
Get. Sh*t. Done.
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Them - Are you finishing your residency?
Me - No, I am finishing my first year of medical school.

Them - 😳 So you will be a family doctor?
Me - Euhhh, I don't think so, I like surgery.

Them - How many more years you have to do if you want to be a surgeon?
Me - As many years as I need.

Them - Don't you want a family?
Me - Maybe, probably, we will see.

Them - But you are old, no?
Me - Well, thank you!

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@Regrann from @medical.indonesia - Pembuahan adalah proses peleburan antara satu sel sperma dan satu sel ovum yang sudah matang. Proses pembuahan ini terjadi di bagian saluran telur (Fallopii) yang paling lebar. Sebelum terjadi poses pembuahan, terjadi beberapa proses sebagai berikut.
Ovum yang telah masak akan keluar dari ovarium. Proses tersebut dinamakan ovulasi. Ovum yang telah masak tersebutakan masuk ke saluran Fallopii. Jutaan sperma harus berjalan dari vagina menuju uterus dan masuk ke saluran Fallopii. Dalam perjalanan itu, kebanyakan sperma dihancurkan oleh mukus (lendir) asa di dalam uterus dan saluran Fallopii. Di antara beberapa sel sperma yang bertahan hidup, hanya satu yang masuk menembus membran ovum. Setelah terjadi pembuahan, membran ovum segera mengeras untuk mencegah sel sperma lain masuk.
- Biasanya sel telur baru akan keluar dari ovarium pada hari ke 14 setelah haid pertama. Sel telur yang keluar akan ditangkap oleh tuba fallopi dan berjalan di dalam tuba fallopi akibat kontraksi otot.
-Proses pembuahan oleh sperma akan terjadi pada sepanjang saluran telur
- Setelah terbuahi maka sel akan mengalami pembelahan diri dalam waktu 24 jam kemudian.
- Pembelahan akan terjadi berkali – kali hingga sel membentuk bola (zigot)
- Zigot ini akan terus mengalami pembelahan sementara ia berjalan di dalam saluran menuju ke rahim
- Adapun di bagian dalam bola tadi akan terbentuk rongga kecil yang berisi cairan yang disebut blastosit.
- Blastosit akhirnya sampai di rongga rahim.
- Proses implantasi akan terjadi pada hari ke 7 setelah pembuahan, di hari ke 10 embrio akan tertanam  dengan kuat di rahim, proses ini akan terjadi sampai minggu ke 7, fase embrionik dimulai pada minggu ke 8, disinilah embrio mulai disebut janin
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Visiting International Student Electives or simply electives are a great way for International Medical Graduates to get acquainted with the US medical system. Also offers a chance to get Letter of Recommendation (LOR) and potential research opportunities.
However, thus is easier said than done as electives are challenging and require careful planning and meticulous execution to make the best of your time and money!

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