Heart headed

brooklyndeathblog:

"An eight year old girl died but her organs saved the four other lives.  Her doctors bow in thanks"
[via The Order of the Good Death]
Jul 13

brooklyndeathblog:

"An eight year old girl died but her organs saved the four other lives.  Her doctors bow in thanks"

[via The Order of the Good Death]

(via premed-princess)

foodffs:

Iced Coffee: A How-To
Jul 12

foodffs:

Iced Coffee: A How-To

(via teacoffeebooks)

Jul 12

(Source: youngadultatbooktopia, via teacoffeebooks)

Jul 11

martinekenblog:

Quilled Paper Anatomy by Sarah Yakawonis

(Source: etsy.com, via mademoisellepremed)

May 19

itsbetterwhereitswetter:

Cristina Yang tho. 

(Source: oswldd, via mademoisellepremed)

May 19

beben-eleben:

Body Language Secrets Everyone Must Know
by Aldis Kalnins 

(via premed-princess)

irandommomentsdevida said: Medblrs as different book genres!

ohheytherehi:

Wow, good one! Answering again for most of the medblrs I follow, so if I missed you, re-blog and comment :) And, take them all with a grain of salt.

Me: Classical Fiction (I think, I don’t even know)

randommomentsdevida: Comedy/Humor

modernathena90: Cultural Heritage/Musical

wayfaringmd: Spiritual/Religious/Satire

ladykaymd: How To/DIY

cranquis: Narrative nonfiction/Legend

baffledinbrooklyn: Comic books/Graphic novels

beyondtheoath: Sports- Cycling

aspiringdoctors: Literary criticism/Film

themedicalchronicles: Zines

mademoisellepremed: Coming of Age/Contemporary Women

compoundfractur: Horror/Gothic/Dystopian

ermedicine: Mystery/Medical thriller

medicalstate: Science and Nature

md-admissions: Autobiography/Memoir

thenotquitedoctor: Non-fiction/Essay

blue-lights-and-tea: Classical British Lit

diarymdstudent: Adventure

descantforhope: Nature/Home remedies

image

May 19

"When writers die they become books, which is, after all, not too bad an incarnation."

- Jorge Luis Borges (via observando)

(via teacoffeebooks)

May 14
nursingisinmyblood:

emt-monster:

Liver transplantation
A 51-year-old woman with polycystic liver and kidney disease, who had previously had a kidney transplant now presented with liver failure. A 9.1-kg liver (white arrow) was removed and replaced with a whole graft that was one tenth the weight of the diseased liver (black arrowhead). She made an excellent recovery and had normal kidney and liver function at 4 years of follow-up.
(NEJM)

Wow!
May 11

nursingisinmyblood:

emt-monster:

Liver transplantation

A 51-year-old woman with polycystic liver and kidney disease, who had previously had a kidney transplant now presented with liver failure. A 9.1-kg liver (white arrow) was removed and replaced with a whole graft that was one tenth the weight of the diseased liver (black arrowhead). She made an excellent recovery and had normal kidney and liver function at 4 years of follow-up.

(NEJM)

Wow!

(via medical-student)

May 11

(Source: m-perrys, via frie-nds)