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  • We’re about to fall asleep on our books 🙃
  • We’re about to fall asleep on our books 🙃
  • 6,086 21 3 November, 2019
  • Man guys, 4th year is so tough 🏖🧳 #medstudentlife
  • Man guys, 4th year is so tough 🏖🧳 #medstudentlife
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  • Hi! I’m from Italy 
I’m 32 yo
I’m a plastic surgeon 
I adore my job 💋
Admin @angelsoukos
  • Hi! I’m from Italy
    I’m 32 yo
    I’m a plastic surgeon
    I adore my job 💋
    Admin @angelsoukos
  • 3 1 34 seconds ago
  • Throwback Thursday to when I had brown & blonde balayage hair!
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I’ll probably be keeping my natural black hair colour for a while longer though, because I’m way too lazy/low maintenance of a gal for the upkeep (as you guys can tell from my messy hair in the 2nd pic 😂)
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What do you guys think though — do you like my brown, blonde balayage or natural black hair colour better? 🤔
  • Throwback Thursday to when I had brown & blonde balayage hair!
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    I’ll probably be keeping my natural black hair colour for a while longer though, because I’m way too lazy/low maintenance of a gal for the upkeep (as you guys can tell from my messy hair in the 2nd pic 😂)
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    What do you guys think though — do you like my brown, blonde balayage or natural black hair colour better? 🤔
  • 20 6 6 hours ago
  • daydreaming when I should be studying for my last final... take me back 🌺🌿
  • daydreaming when I should be studying for my last final... take me back 🌺🌿
  • 464 23 7 hours ago
  • #nyufuturedocs Hi! My name is Christine, and I am a second-year medical student at the NYU Robert I. Grossman School of Medicine. My path to medicine was non-traditional. I earned a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture from the University of Georgia and a PhD in Nutrition from Cornell University. While conducting research in human nutrition, I found myself drawn towards the clinical aspect and the ability to improve the health of individuals.

I am grateful for the opportunity to attend such a wonderful medical institution. Through mentorship, outreach, and social media, I hope to increase diversity in STEM and will highlight my experiences on Instagram: @1doc2another.

Outside of school, I enjoy salsa dancing, yoga, and the performing arts. 
#medschool #medstudentlife #premed #nyuschoolofmedicine #nontraditionalstudent #salsa #nyu #nyc #cornell
  • #nyufuturedocs Hi! My name is Christine, and I am a second-year medical student at the NYU Robert I. Grossman School of Medicine. My path to medicine was non-traditional. I earned a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture from the University of Georgia and a PhD in Nutrition from Cornell University. While conducting research in human nutrition, I found myself drawn towards the clinical aspect and the ability to improve the health of individuals.

    I am grateful for the opportunity to attend such a wonderful medical institution. Through mentorship, outreach, and social media, I hope to increase diversity in STEM and will highlight my experiences on Instagram: @1doc2another.

    Outside of school, I enjoy salsa dancing, yoga, and the performing arts.
    #medschool #medstudentlife #premed #nyuschoolofmedicine #nontraditionalstudent #salsa #nyu #nyc #cornell
  • 43 1 7 hours ago
  • . I hope to one day be as great a physician as him • O A little about my father. Seems medicine started running in the family. My father studied at Robert Wood Johnson Medical school. As a cardiovascular physician, he has instilled drive and sacrifice within me. Calling him an outstanding physician is an understatement. He's one of those guys that doesn't reinforce the patient physician relationship, but rather treats his patients as a friend, to ensure their overall comfort. His knowledge in the field of medicine is unbelievable, continually taking on new tasks to expand his knowledge and practice. I am very inspired and impressed by his overall deification and one day aspire to be as great a physician as him. I love shadowing my father and can't wait to continue to incorporate more of his etiquette and technique into my abilities as a future physician → To all of the past, current and future physicians, thank you. This day goes out to you. I'm so grateful to have two doctors that I look up to for continued support and motivation in my pursuit to becoming a physician - #medstudent #medicine #medicalschool #medicalstudent #medical #futuredoctor #health #doctors #healthcare #premed #dentist #hospital #medstudentlife #studygram #doctorlife #scrubs #med View all 38 comments March 30 cameronghassemi Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine ...
  • . I hope to one day be as great a physician as him • O A little about my father. Seems medicine started running in the family. My father studied at Robert Wood Johnson Medical school. As a cardiovascular physician, he has instilled drive and sacrifice within me. Calling him an outstanding physician is an understatement. He's one of those guys that doesn't reinforce the patient physician relationship, but rather treats his patients as a friend, to ensure their overall comfort. His knowledge in the field of medicine is unbelievable, continually taking on new tasks to expand his knowledge and practice. I am very inspired and impressed by his overall deification and one day aspire to be as great a physician as him. I love shadowing my father and can't wait to continue to incorporate more of his etiquette and technique into my abilities as a future physician → To all of the past, current and future physicians, thank you. This day goes out to you. I'm so grateful to have two doctors that I look up to for continued support and motivation in my pursuit to becoming a physician - #medstudent #medicine #medicalschool #medicalstudent #medical #futuredoctor #health #doctors #healthcare #premed #dentist #hospital #medstudentlife #studygram #doctorlife #scrubs #med View all 38 comments March 30 cameronghassemi Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine ...
  • 5 1 8 hours ago
  • One of those lights is the 🌝
  • One of those lights is the 🌝
  • 53 3 8 hours ago
  • So, what brings you here today? 📋🖋️👩🏾‍⚕️
Just practicing ;)
  • So, what brings you here today? 📋🖋️👩🏾‍⚕️
    Just practicing ;)
  • 222 22 8 hours ago
  • I should not be given an Amazon Prime account - I'm a danger to my wallet. Today I ordered a set of highlighters (can't wait to show you when they arrive!) and a new planner for Dec2019-Dec 2020! I'm really excited to start using it so I can track my studies... but I do think I sometimes take this "treat yourself" thing too far (I had to stop myself from buying other things), considering I have mountain-loads of stationery! .
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Do you like shopping online? Me, well, I'm a huge fan of receiving packages... need I say more? .
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Tuesday I arrived back at my parents' rental house, where I'll be for the next 4 or so weeks. A quick update on my progress - I'm settling in, with a huge new desk in my little rental-house room, getting comfy in my new study zone. My parents help out by making me food, and I spend most of my day studying. You can check out my stories for regular updates! .
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I'm more than happy to keep sharing my life with you guys - I set out to share the journey of a medical student, and I'm not about to stop at this, the hardest point. But I will be less active in terms of answering messages - not just on Insta. I've deactivated FB/Messenger (for perhaps the first time since 2009!?), and I keep to myself for the most part, with the exception of a few close friends and my family. It's important for my well-being right now to keep distractions at bay, so please forgive me if my responses are short/curt! .
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If you have finals coming up (do you?!), wishing you all a very successful exam period! See you guys during the next update :)
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#studygram #studyaccount #studyinspo #studyspo #studyinspiration #medstudent #medstudentlife #medlife #medicalschool #medicalstudent #medicinegoals #medschoollife #healthcareprofessional #premedlife #premedinspo #deskspo #deskinspiration #studyaesthetic #premedspo #pastudent #usmlestep1 #nursingstudent #unilife #collegelife #collegestudent #unistudent  #deskinspiration  #usmleprep #step1study #usmle
  • I should not be given an Amazon Prime account - I'm a danger to my wallet. Today I ordered a set of highlighters (can't wait to show you when they arrive!) and a new planner for Dec2019-Dec 2020! I'm really excited to start using it so I can track my studies... but I do think I sometimes take this "treat yourself" thing too far (I had to stop myself from buying other things), considering I have mountain-loads of stationery! .
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    Do you like shopping online? Me, well, I'm a huge fan of receiving packages... need I say more? .
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    Tuesday I arrived back at my parents' rental house, where I'll be for the next 4 or so weeks. A quick update on my progress - I'm settling in, with a huge new desk in my little rental-house room, getting comfy in my new study zone. My parents help out by making me food, and I spend most of my day studying. You can check out my stories for regular updates! .
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    I'm more than happy to keep sharing my life with you guys - I set out to share the journey of a medical student, and I'm not about to stop at this, the hardest point. But I will be less active in terms of answering messages - not just on Insta. I've deactivated FB/Messenger (for perhaps the first time since 2009!?), and I keep to myself for the most part, with the exception of a few close friends and my family. It's important for my well-being right now to keep distractions at bay, so please forgive me if my responses are short/curt! .
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    If you have finals coming up (do you?!), wishing you all a very successful exam period! See you guys during the next update :)
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    #studygram #studyaccount #studyinspo #studyspo #studyinspiration #medstudent #medstudentlife #medlife #medicalschool #medicalstudent #medicinegoals #medschoollife #healthcareprofessional #premedlife #premedinspo #deskspo #deskinspiration #studyaesthetic #premedspo #pastudent #usmlestep1 #nursingstudent #unilife #collegelife #collegestudent #unistudent #deskinspiration #usmleprep #step1study #usmle
  • 835 4 9 hours ago
  • I’m on the platform at Penn Station waiting to board my train to Philly. I’m also snarfing down a Sabra hummus thingy which is one of my fav snacks..
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I had a full day of tv appearances for @dailymailtv and @fox5ny news (deets in stories) but what comes to my mind to post is this holiday lewk which is now one of my all-time favs. Can’t go wrong with a gold flashy disco-ball lewk during the happiest season of all, right?! 🥂
  • I’m on the platform at Penn Station waiting to board my train to Philly. I’m also snarfing down a Sabra hummus thingy which is one of my fav snacks..
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    I had a full day of tv appearances for @dailymailtv and @fox5ny news (deets in stories) but what comes to my mind to post is this holiday lewk which is now one of my all-time favs. Can’t go wrong with a gold flashy disco-ball lewk during the happiest season of all, right?! 🥂
  • 225 38 9 hours ago
  • Acitinic Keratosis is a skin lesion with potential to become cancerous. They tend to occur on areas of the skin that are exposed to UV rays/sun.⁣
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Diagnosis: ⁣
-Diagnosis can be made clinically.⁣
-They often appear raised, rough, scaly, skin colored, yellow, and erythematous(red).⁣
- Their shape is usually irregular and they are small <1 inch - ♦️Although diagnosis can be made clinically it may be a good idea to biopsy and confirm because these lesions have potential to become cancerous(SCC). If your primary doc is uncomfortable With preforming a biopsy, then it’s probably better to see a dermatologist. However, in a community setting this resource is not always available.♦️⁣
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Treatment: Typically depends on the location and number of lesions. For the most part therapy falls under destruction and topical.⁣
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1. Destruction. ⁣
-cryotherapy⁣
-chemical peels.⁣
-photodynamic therapy ⁣
-Electrodessication ⁣
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♦️What I typically do for extremity or trunk lesions is: shave biopsy to confirm then at next visits use a dermal curette to scrape off the outer layer and then preform cryotherapy with liquid nitrogen. This is an easy procedure to do in clinic (🔑cryotherapy will typically be the answer on exam questions).⁣
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2. Topical Treatments⁣
-Topical fluorouracil often used⁣
-Discuss other options available ⁣
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As always I appreciate any input from medical professionals and students on things they learn or do themselves. We all have room to learn and improve. Information in this post fact checked on Epocrates. ⁣
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This page is meant to be a personal page and no advice should be taken without consulting your primary care physican/ childs primary care physician.⁣
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#thefamilydoc ⁣
  • Acitinic Keratosis is a skin lesion with potential to become cancerous. They tend to occur on areas of the skin that are exposed to UV rays/sun.⁣

    Diagnosis: ⁣
    -Diagnosis can be made clinically.⁣
    -They often appear raised, rough, scaly, skin colored, yellow, and erythematous(red).⁣
    - Their shape is usually irregular and they are small <1 inch - ♦️Although diagnosis can be made clinically it may be a good idea to biopsy and confirm because these lesions have potential to become cancerous(SCC). If your primary doc is uncomfortable With preforming a biopsy, then it’s probably better to see a dermatologist. However, in a community setting this resource is not always available.♦️⁣

    Treatment: Typically depends on the location and number of lesions. For the most part therapy falls under destruction and topical.⁣

    1. Destruction. ⁣
    -cryotherapy⁣
    -chemical peels.⁣
    -photodynamic therapy ⁣
    -Electrodessication ⁣

    ♦️What I typically do for extremity or trunk lesions is: shave biopsy to confirm then at next visits use a dermal curette to scrape off the outer layer and then preform cryotherapy with liquid nitrogen. This is an easy procedure to do in clinic (🔑cryotherapy will typically be the answer on exam questions).⁣

    2. Topical Treatments⁣
    -Topical fluorouracil often used⁣
    -Discuss other options available ⁣

    As always I appreciate any input from medical professionals and students on things they learn or do themselves. We all have room to learn and improve. Information in this post fact checked on Epocrates. ⁣

    This page is meant to be a personal page and no advice should be taken without consulting your primary care physican/ childs primary care physician.⁣

    #thefamilydoc
  • 32 2 10 hours ago
  • HE DID THE THING! Kent got into medical school! 🤩
I am so excited and so unbelievably proud of him! He has studied, worked, and prepared so hard for this. 
Starting Fall 2020 Kent will be an official medical student at PNWU! 
So here's to studying, working and preparing even harder, to half a million in debt😳, and to future Dr. Cherrington👨🏼‍⚕️Join the ride and definitely pray for us 😂
  • HE DID THE THING! Kent got into medical school! 🤩
    I am so excited and so unbelievably proud of him! He has studied, worked, and prepared so hard for this.
    Starting Fall 2020 Kent will be an official medical student at PNWU!
    So here's to studying, working and preparing even harder, to half a million in debt😳, and to future Dr. Cherrington👨🏼‍⚕️Join the ride and definitely pray for us 😂
  • 79 14 10 hours ago
  • it’s officially 1 week until the end of the semester ☃️ if you’re like me, then you’re crawling through these last few exams. if you’re not— what are you and what’s your secret 🤨•
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A lot of friends and family have helped me realize that beating myself up about not wanting to study adds no value and doesn’t even get the results I want. So this year (to save me from tears), I’m going easy on myself 💙. If you’re in medicine then you know that this is seen almost as an act of rebellion, but it’s also a skill I’ve found to be really worth perfecting.
  • it’s officially 1 week until the end of the semester ☃️ if you’re like me, then you’re crawling through these last few exams. if you’re not— what are you and what’s your secret 🤨•

    A lot of friends and family have helped me realize that beating myself up about not wanting to study adds no value and doesn’t even get the results I want. So this year (to save me from tears), I’m going easy on myself 💙. If you’re in medicine then you know that this is seen almost as an act of rebellion, but it’s also a skill I’ve found to be really worth perfecting.
  • 41 7 11 hours ago
  • That feeling when you finish your second OSCE!

What is an OSCE?
It’s an Objective Structure Clinical Examination. It tests your learned skills on patient history taking & different physical exams.

For today’s OSCE, we were tested on:
- Connecting with our patient, first and foremost
- History of Present Illness: this is where we develop a connection with the patient & extract detailed & important information about the patient that will help with their medical care.
- Past Medical Hx, Family Hx, Social Hx
- Physical Exam:
💉Vitals: Blood Pressure, Pulse, Resp. Rate
💉HEENT: head, eyes, ears, neck, throat, & all cranial nerves testing
💉Back: range of motion & palpation
💉Lungs: Fremitus, percussion, auscultation, diaphragmatic excursion, thoracic expansion
💉Heart: JVP, capillary refill, carotids, PMI, palpation and auscultation
💉Abdomen: auscultation, percussion, palpation, rebound tenderness, liver and spleen span/percussion & palpation, special techniques (not graded today)
💉 Lower Extremities : ROM, strength, Valgus, Varus, McMurray’s, Drawer/Lachman, meniscus stress tests, palpation of limbs & of major arteries, vibration, proprioception, deep tendon reflexes, sensation
💉 Upper Extremities: same as lower limbs (except for lower limb stress tests), Phalen’s/Tinel, Allen (not graded today)
💉Special CNS/Cerebellar Function: stereognosis, graphesthesia, dysmetria, dysdiadochokinesia, pronation
💉Gait: Romberg, different types of walking
💉Mental Acuity

We were given 70 minutes to complete the entire OSCE by memory on one patient. I was so unprepared this time last week, but practice really is key. Being a physician means getting your hands dirty, having difficult conversations, making all your patients as comfortable as you can, empathizing, showing compassion, & really listening to each patient.

OSCEs use standardized patients, but I’ve come to treat every practice like the real thing bc there will come a point in time where I will be entrusted with someone’s deepest fears & secrets - someone’s life.

I’ve surprisingly come a long way from the start of med school, but I’ve still got a long way to go. I’m excited to keep building my skills, one OSCE at a time.👩🏻‍⚕
  • That feeling when you finish your second OSCE!

    What is an OSCE?
    It’s an Objective Structure Clinical Examination. It tests your learned skills on patient history taking & different physical exams.

    For today’s OSCE, we were tested on:
    - Connecting with our patient, first and foremost
    - History of Present Illness: this is where we develop a connection with the patient & extract detailed & important information about the patient that will help with their medical care.
    - Past Medical Hx, Family Hx, Social Hx
    - Physical Exam:
    💉Vitals: Blood Pressure, Pulse, Resp. Rate
    💉HEENT: head, eyes, ears, neck, throat, & all cranial nerves testing
    💉Back: range of motion & palpation
    💉Lungs: Fremitus, percussion, auscultation, diaphragmatic excursion, thoracic expansion
    💉Heart: JVP, capillary refill, carotids, PMI, palpation and auscultation
    💉Abdomen: auscultation, percussion, palpation, rebound tenderness, liver and spleen span/percussion & palpation, special techniques (not graded today)
    💉 Lower Extremities : ROM, strength, Valgus, Varus, McMurray’s, Drawer/Lachman, meniscus stress tests, palpation of limbs & of major arteries, vibration, proprioception, deep tendon reflexes, sensation
    💉 Upper Extremities: same as lower limbs (except for lower limb stress tests), Phalen’s/Tinel, Allen (not graded today)
    💉Special CNS/Cerebellar Function: stereognosis, graphesthesia, dysmetria, dysdiadochokinesia, pronation
    💉Gait: Romberg, different types of walking
    💉Mental Acuity

    We were given 70 minutes to complete the entire OSCE by memory on one patient. I was so unprepared this time last week, but practice really is key. Being a physician means getting your hands dirty, having difficult conversations, making all your patients as comfortable as you can, empathizing, showing compassion, & really listening to each patient.

    OSCEs use standardized patients, but I’ve come to treat every practice like the real thing bc there will come a point in time where I will be entrusted with someone’s deepest fears & secrets - someone’s life.

    I’ve surprisingly come a long way from the start of med school, but I’ve still got a long way to go. I’m excited to keep building my skills, one OSCE at a time.👩🏻‍⚕
  • 566 22 11 hours ago
  • Punto de Esperanza Clinic, Inc. has officially entered in Partnership with SJB School of Medicine!🥰 Por siempre agradecida de la oportunidad de poder servir a la comunidad de Santurce y de crecer no solo profesionalmente, si no en amor y empatía. Gracias a todos los estudiantes de SJB que SIEMPRE dicen presente y sacan de su agenda de estudios cargada para bendecir la vida de los que más lo necesitan. ❤️✨ #PEC #SJBSOM 
Pruebas de VIH gratis en nuestra próxima clínica el 21 de diciembre!🚨 .
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#communityclinics #puertorico #santurce #medstudentlife #medschoolfamily
  • Punto de Esperanza Clinic, Inc. has officially entered in Partnership with SJB School of Medicine!🥰 Por siempre agradecida de la oportunidad de poder servir a la comunidad de Santurce y de crecer no solo profesionalmente, si no en amor y empatía. Gracias a todos los estudiantes de SJB que SIEMPRE dicen presente y sacan de su agenda de estudios cargada para bendecir la vida de los que más lo necesitan. ❤️✨ #PEC #SJBSOM
    Pruebas de VIH gratis en nuestra próxima clínica el 21 de diciembre!🚨 .
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    #communityclinics #puertorico #santurce #medstudentlife #medschoolfamily
  • 85 1 11 hours ago
  • Dean Berk reads a Christmas story from First Aid for Step 1 🎅🎄⛄
  • Dean Berk reads a Christmas story from First Aid for Step 1 🎅🎄⛄
  • 232 6 11 hours ago
  • Tried to take a classy pic...then I realized I’m repping that massive Garmin watch and an Ironman hat 😂⁣
#tbt to the summer before starting this whole med school while racing thing 👩🏼‍⚕️🏊🏼‍♀️🚴🏼‍♀️🏃🏼‍♀️
  • Tried to take a classy pic...then I realized I’m repping that massive Garmin watch and an Ironman hat 😂⁣
    #tbt to the summer before starting this whole med school while racing thing 👩🏼‍⚕️🏊🏼‍♀️🚴🏼‍♀️🏃🏼‍♀️
  • 31 3 12 hours ago
  • residency interviews fully to blame for insta hiatus and slow progress through reads 😭 I’ve started olive kitteridge, which has wintry— if a bit sullen— undertones and has been the perfect, compact travel companion •
  • residency interviews fully to blame for insta hiatus and slow progress through reads 😭 I’ve started olive kitteridge, which has wintry— if a bit sullen— undertones and has been the perfect, compact travel companion •
  • 28 2 12 hours ago
  • Buenas buenas. Cómo los anda tratando fin de año? A mí me pasó por encima pero ya terminó 🙌
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🔸El lunes pasado rendí El choice del segundo parcial de interna y me fui a repechaje. Ok, el miércoles rendí el repechaje con el jefe de la cátedra. Me fue bien, regularice medicina interna.
🔸Me puse a estudiar para el final del lunes y el domingo a la noche decidí que era mejor dejarlo para el viernes porque tenía varias cosas flojas.
🔸De todas maneras fui al hospital a anotarme a materias (me anoté en el carril de 6to en vez de 5to) y hacerle compañía a unas compañeras que tenían recuperatorio.
🔸Hermoso momento para enterarme que rendía el JUEVES por la distribución de apellido. 🔸Ustedes pensarán "bueno, te sacas la materia un día antes." LASTIMA QUE ME HABÍA ANOTADO A OTRO FINAL EL MIÉRCOLES.
🔸De la bronca me presenté a todos los exámenes igual. Y de culo aprobe todo ✨

Me queda el final de fco pero ya no tengo masa encefálica así que lo deje para febrero.
  • Buenas buenas. Cómo los anda tratando fin de año? A mí me pasó por encima pero ya terminó 🙌
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    🔸El lunes pasado rendí El choice del segundo parcial de interna y me fui a repechaje. Ok, el miércoles rendí el repechaje con el jefe de la cátedra. Me fue bien, regularice medicina interna.
    🔸Me puse a estudiar para el final del lunes y el domingo a la noche decidí que era mejor dejarlo para el viernes porque tenía varias cosas flojas.
    🔸De todas maneras fui al hospital a anotarme a materias (me anoté en el carril de 6to en vez de 5to) y hacerle compañía a unas compañeras que tenían recuperatorio.
    🔸Hermoso momento para enterarme que rendía el JUEVES por la distribución de apellido. 🔸Ustedes pensarán "bueno, te sacas la materia un día antes." LASTIMA QUE ME HABÍA ANOTADO A OTRO FINAL EL MIÉRCOLES.
    🔸De la bronca me presenté a todos los exámenes igual. Y de culo aprobe todo ✨

    Me queda el final de fco pero ya no tengo masa encefálica así que lo deje para febrero.
  • 640 5 12 hours ago
  • My work surprised me and Dr Wilde and honored us today for obtaining the status of Fellow of @the_aafp  What a great group of people I work with that take time to recognize each other!  Love my job @rvusu
  • My work surprised me and Dr Wilde and honored us today for obtaining the status of Fellow of @the_aafp What a great group of people I work with that take time to recognize each other! Love my job @rvusu
  • 16 3 13 hours ago
  • The ever so handsome, Dr Martin Grobler. South African Dentist. @martin69g
admin: @angelsoukos
  • The ever so handsome, Dr Martin Grobler. South African Dentist. @martin69g
    admin: @angelsoukos
  • 534 4 13 hours ago
  • The Free Weekend Add-on was originally designed to skip days a week to give you a break from Anki. We don’t recommend doing that (especially if you’re in med school), but it does have a really cool feature that lets you skip certain dates. I set up this add-on a few months ago to skip Christmas 🎄 and my birthday 🥳 and ever since then its been taking any card that was scheduled on one of those days and moving it to one of the days nearby. If you’re planning on taking a vacation or just want to enjoy a holiday, consider using this add-on. .
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What other add-ons or tips would you like us to feature?? Comment below ⬇️
  • The Free Weekend Add-on was originally designed to skip days a week to give you a break from Anki. We don’t recommend doing that (especially if you’re in med school), but it does have a really cool feature that lets you skip certain dates. I set up this add-on a few months ago to skip Christmas 🎄 and my birthday 🥳 and ever since then its been taking any card that was scheduled on one of those days and moving it to one of the days nearby. If you’re planning on taking a vacation or just want to enjoy a holiday, consider using this add-on. .
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    What other add-ons or tips would you like us to feature?? Comment below ⬇️
  • 67 8 13 hours ago
  • mi spread de esta semana 🎄
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al fin vacaciones 🤩
  • mi spread de esta semana 🎄

    al fin vacaciones 🤩
  • 61 4 15 hours ago