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MASSIVE 33kg ovarian serous cystadenoma! After 11 months of clinical evolution, a young overweight female in her early 20’s presented with abdominal distension. Following a CT scan and ultrasonography, she was diagnosed and surgery was performed. Serous cyst adenoma is the most benign ovarian neoplasm, lined with Fallopian tube-like epithelium and often presenting bilaterally. Bilateral oophorectomy was done to remove the mega 33kg cystadenoma, on her left ovary and a 10x10 cm teratoma (dermoid cyst) on her right ovary. Surgery was successful and she was discharged shortly after..
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The body truly is a work of art. Here we are a histological view of the mucosa ! The mucous membrane or mucosa is a membrane that lines various cavities in the body and surrounds internal organs. It consists of one or more layers of epithelial cells overlying a layer of loose connective tissue. It is mostly of endodermal origin and is continuous with the skin at various body openings. Can anyone guess where this mucosa is located? The answer will be revealed 5 hours from now, on our story! Tag a friend who might know the answer, and comment below! 🤓😷
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A cute little baby getting massage therapy from the pediatrician! This baby was born prematurely. Scientific evidence has suggested that massage therapy can lead to weight gain and bone density improvements in premature infants when moderate pressure is provided. Despite the benefits too preterm infant massage therapy, it is only practiced in 38% of neonatal intensive care units. This may relate to a lack of understanding regarding the underlying mechanisms.
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The vocal folds! The vocal folds are located within the larynx at the top of the trachea. They are attached posteriorly to the arytenoid cartilages, and anteriorly to the thyroid cartilage. These structures of speech are composed of twin infoldings of mucous membrane stretched horizontally, from back to front, across the larynx. They vibrate, modulating the flow of air being expelled from the lungs during phonation. This vibration is controlled by the vagus nerve, and occurs whenever you are singing or speaking.
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Decellularization! This photo was taken from @medspiration , who posted an informative video on the process of decellularization and organ transplantation.
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Decellularization is is the process used in biomedical engineering to isolate the extracellular matrix (ECM) of a tissue from its inhabiting cells, leaving an ECM scaffold of the original tissue, which can be used in artificial organ and tissue regeneration. This scaffold of connective tissue can then be reseeded with a patient’s own cells, with the goal of regenerating an organ that can be transplanted into the patient without fear of tissue rejection. This image shows a decellularized heart with the vascular system still intact, in which the cells have been stripped away, and the remaining scaffold has been infused with stem cells. This will help grow a new human heart, which can be implanted into a patient! If you want to learn more about decellularization, check out the video @medspiration's YouTube channel.
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Photo Credit: @medicaltalks @medspiration .
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The Central Nervous System -
The nervous system is divided into 2 branches - central and peripheral. The central nervous system (CNS) is shown in this picture; it is comprised of the brain and the spinal cord and it plays an important role in communication between different tissues of the body. Electrical impulses travel down neurons of the CNS and cause the release of neurotransmitters. These neurotransmitters bind to receptors located on adjacent neurons. This happens repeatedly between neurons until the neurotransmitter binds to the receptors at the effector region, which is the tissue that the nervous response exerts its effects. This could be a sensory system, smooth muscle, or skeletal muscle of the body..
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Surgical removal of a fingernail! Surgical removal of a fingernail can be performed for a number of reasons, including trauma, fungal infections of the nail, an ingrowth, or a tumor growth. In this case, the nail was removed because a tumor was growing at the distal end of the fingertip! The entire procedure is performed under local anesthesia to prevent pain. The beginning of the video shows the blades of curved iris scissors inserted beneath the free edfe of the nail (hyponychium), gently opening and closing the Iris scissors blades until the instrument reaches the nail fold. once the nail is sufficiently separated from the nail bed, it is gently removed by applying firm and stead distal traction using a hemostat.  The idea is to loosen the skin around the nail (nail folds) from the n ail and separate the nail from the hyponychium beneath it!
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An MRI view of identical twins at 20 weeks old, trying to stretch out in the womb! Why use an MRI to image identical twins??🤔
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The reason is to screen for twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome (TTTS). This is a disease of the placenta, affecting identical twins who share a common monochorionic placenta. TTTS is rare and potentially lethal. It occurs only in identical twins where blood is transfused disproportionately from one twin (the donor) to the other twin (the recipient). The transfusion causes the donor twin to have a decreased blood volume, which leads to stunted growth compared to the recipient twin. This also causes poor urinary output leading to a deficiency of amniotic fluid, also known as oligohydramnios.
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Meanwhile, the recipient twin becomes overloaded with blood. The excess blood puts a strain on the baby’s cardiovascular system to the point that her heart may fail. This also causes the recipient twin to have too much amniotic fluid (polyhydramnios) from a greater-than-normal production of urine (which is the main source of amniotic fluid).
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(Photo: TTTS Foundation)
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Multiple Sclerosis! Known as MS for short, multiple sclerosis is a devastating neurological condition that affects over 400,000 Americans each year. This picture shows a cross-sectional view of spinal cord tissue from normal (left) and mutant (right) rats. The normal tissue shows the the axons of each neuron surrounded by a thick layer of myelin, which is a fatty substance that is secreted by glial cells  in order to assist in the efficient firing of neurons. The tissue on the right has been de-myelinated, as a patient with multiple sclerosis would experience over time. De-myelinated axons are still functional, but they experience much slower conduction and therefor much less efficient transmission of information throughout the nervous system. Since the nervous system plays a role in nearly all of our bodily functions, the effects of axon de-myelination are wide-spread. Patients with MS experience sensory deprivation - pins and needles sensation, tingling and burning, pain while urinating, blurred vision, double vision, anxiety, and muscular pain are just some of the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis. .
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Severe arm lesion from a car accident! A 26-year-old male patient was riding in the passenger seat when the driver lost control of the vehicle. The car swerved to the side and made contact with a brick wall, rubbing against the wall for over 200 feet before coming to a stop. The entire time, the passenger's arm stayed between the vehicle and the wall. When the man presented to the emergency department it was confirmed that he suffered damage to the epithelial tissue of the arm as well as the muscle of the arm and forearm. Thankfully there was no nerve damage, and there will be no long-term loss of strength. Thanks to @mesutgurbuzdr for the case!
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A beautiful angiogram of the hand!!
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The angiogram allows doctors to visualize the blood vessels of the body in real time. Doctors can usually tell if there is an obstructed or occluded artery very quickly with an angiogram. Notice anything odd about this angiogram? If you noticed the lack of blood flow through the index finger, then you're correct. This specific patient was a professional yoyo-ist for over 10 years. Over time, the string likely wrapped around the finger so frequently that it caused the vessels and capillaries to constrict, cutting off blood supply. This is probably accompanied with a stinging or numb feeling. The numbness will likely go away and sensation of the finger can come back if adequate blood supply is established once again.
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Working as a medical professional is hard.
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There will be days that will be long, strenuous, and mentally grueling.
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So mentally grueling that you will question what you are doing with your life.
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When those days come, remember why you started.
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Remember the value that you provide, or will provide one day, to the people and community around you.
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Remember that the amount of success you will achieve is in direct proportion to the amount of discomfort that you can live with.
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And no matter what, remember to continue forward and fight on.
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Tag a friend who can relate 😷 help us motivate and inspire the next generation of healthcare professionals.
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