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    Man, 127 hours is an intense film. Time for a Mass Effect 2 binge methinks.
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    (Original post by Philosoraptor)
    That's what I've got this year basically! Really nice long summer holiday hehe. Should probably book my plans for it.
    I refuse to make any plans until I know I'm definitely not starting 4th year! However... I'm thinking New York at Easter :daydreaming:
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    (Original post by Becca-Sarah)
    I refuse to make any plans until I know I'm definitely not starting 4th year! However... I'm thinking New York at Easter :daydreaming:
    Haha I know I'm starting 4th year - unless I fail this BSc haha :p:
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    (Original post by Mushi_master)
    Man, 127 hours is an intense film. Time for a Mass Effect 2 binge methinks.
    SO INTENSE. Seriously. I had to have recovery time.
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    I vote for London. :teeth:
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    (Original post by Medicine Man)
    I vote for London. :teeth:
    Sydney! lol
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    (Original post by Elles)
    Illicit drugs & Phaeos..!

    You may have seen that recommendation on your news feed already though.
    Splenectomies are the new phaeo it seems. Along with hardly any of the surgical questions taking place below the clavicle...
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    (Original post by lekky)
    SO INTENSE. Seriously. I had to have recovery time.
    I'm generally not really squeemish but my god, they really let you know how the guy feels.
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    Introductions to anatomy, haematology/cardiovascular/respiratory and clinical laboratory sciences today. Scared now.
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    What's the youngest case of sporadic ALS people have heard of?
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    meh drug project...haven't done enough work for it, skimmed through the papers, completly misunderstood it = tutorial fail. Although I did like the style of ever so gently telling you that it was *******s. Never again.
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    (Original post by Wangers)
    meh drug project...haven't done enough work for it, skimmed through the papers, completly misunderstood it = tutorial fail. Although I did like the style of ever so gently telling you that it was *******s. Never again.
    Dude I did mine in an hour - it counts for nothing lol! Don't stress about it...

    Still got signed off as outstanding for Gen Med Mic ^_^
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    first coursework result - A. Chuffed
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    If I want an academic post I need to get my act together :moon:

    Looks like next summer will be spent with a research group.
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    I sent off my application to intercalate at King's this morning - I decided to apply for neuroscience. Oh gawd.

    I have my OSCE next Friday. One of the stations is giving information about endoscopy to a 'patient' so at least I can prepare for that. I'm happy with all the MSS exams...and cranial nerves, PNS sensory - not too great with cerebellum / motor testing though!

    VAAAT SAFMAF IPPA WIPER VAAAT

    Yeah basically. :pierre:
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    (Original post by i'm no superman)
    I sent off my application to intercalate at King's this morning - I decided to apply for neuroscience. Oh gawd.

    I have my OSCE next Friday. One of the stations is giving information about endoscopy to a 'patient' so at least I can prepare for that. I'm happy with all the MSS exams...and cranial nerves, PNS sensory - not too great with cerebellum / motor testing though!

    VAAAT SAFMAF IPPA WIPER VAAAT

    Yeah basically. :pierre:
    I know WIPER and IPPA.

    What are VAAAT and SAFMAF?
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    (Original post by Philosoraptor)
    I know WIPER and IPPA.

    What are VAAAT and SAFMAF?
    You can use SAFMAF when testing cranial nerves II - VI:

    See
    Acuity
    Field
    Movement
    Accommodation
    Fundoscopy

    VAAAT is basically German for saying 'what'. Psychotic tings.
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    Spectacular anatomy videos for anyone who wants them!
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    I use AFRO for CN2 examinations

    A - Acuity (Snellen chart, diplopia)
    F - Fields
    R - Reflexes (Direct and Consensual and Accomodation)
    O - Opthalmoscope

    And WIPER. But that I stole from my brother who trained at RUMS. :p:
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    (Original post by Medicine Man)
    I use AFRO for CN2 examinations

    A - Acuity (Snellen chart, diplopia)
    F - Fields
    R - Reflexes (Direct and Consensual and Accomodation)
    O - Opthalmoscope

    And WIPER. But that I stole from my brother who trained at RUMS. :p:
    AFRO is awesome. I would use it but I'm too wired into using SAFMAF now.

    How are you anyway? RAG is approaching at George's...
 
 
 
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