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    (Original post by Supermassive_muse_fan)
    Does this work:

    http://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q=...-Ye1Iah7Qdwh1A

    (Iit says annual reviews in top right hand corner so this is the correct article )
    Thats grand, thank you
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    To be fair the only thing more moronic than the torygraph banging on about it is the idiots claiming that twitter and public facebook pages with thousands of fans counts as a "private conversation".
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    (Original post by RollerBall)
    Oh mate, I was such a state. I didn't eat anything all day as I didn't have time between travelling and stuff. What a mistake that was. I don't remember anything past ~half 10 or something when I went to sit outside Good Sams to chunder.
    LMAO. That is all.

    :p:

    One min, you were fine. Next minute we see you, GONE. :p:
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    (Original post by RollerBall)
    Oh mate, I was such a state. I didn't eat anything all day as I didn't have time between travelling and stuff. What a mistake that was. I don't remember anything past ~half 10 or something when I went to sit outside Good Sams to chunder.
    MedicineMan and I saw you outside Good Sams around that time :p:

    Then at McDonalds about 20 minutes later you were waaaaaaaaaasted

    :laugh:

    Last year we saw MM off his face at Mummies and Daddies, and this year you Who will be next year? :teehee:
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    (Original post by FFCrusader)
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    Help... :puppyeyes: I was fairly sure I knew what we were doing this week, until I got todays email. Now I'm just confused. Do we have stuff today?! I just want to go back to bed... :getmecoat:
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    (Original post by digitalis)
    Just seen the news that Subcutaneous is applying for grad med!

    Oh Lordy, the irony....makes all these years on TSR worth it!

    Must reconsider applying to NE Thames now
    ****.

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    (Original post by digitalis)
    Just seen the news that Subcutaneous is applying for grad med!

    Oh Lordy, the irony....makes all these years on TSR worth it!

    Must reconsider applying to NE Thames now
    ....:eek3:
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    (Original post by digitalis)
    Just seen the news that Subcutaneous is applying for grad med!
    Jeeez.
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    This may or may not have been spotted several days ago by some mods, and the reaction of certain older BL medics may or may not have been anticipated with interest...
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    Lectures on anatomical position and other such interesting things :awesome:

    Learnt some funny latin words; feel like god. /newbieexcitement
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    (Original post by Renal)
    ****.

    Link.
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...postcount=6790

    Barts is one of the choices!

    (Original post by Helenia)
    This may or may not have been spotted several days ago by some mods, and the reaction of certain older BL medics may or may not have been anticipated with interest...
    Well I was too hungover yesterday to do anything but smile satisfactedly at karma, but today I'm positively gleeful. However, that being said, there was some hiatus a year ago or so where there was a momentary career crisis before dedication to nursing was loudly proclaimed on the forum iirc?

    Ah well, good luck to her!!
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    Oh *******s, another researcher with no places, at this rate I'll be the only third year without a project...
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    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/top-sto...5875-23425423/

    (Original post by News)
    Luckily, we’re all training to be doctors, so we knew what to do.
    I hope it wasn't one of my cohort that came out with that cracker.
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    Ah first day of second year! Lectures on the upper limb = massive headache!
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    (Original post by billet-doux)
    Ah first day of second year! Lectures on the upper limb = massive headache!
    I had that last year :console:

    Much prefer the lower limb :yep:
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    (Original post by billet-doux)
    Lectures on the upper limb = massive headache!
    Just do what I did and sacrifice most of those marks in the exam. Makes life so much better if you just cover the basics/fundamentals of the boring stuff.
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    Hi, could I have some help with these 2 patient scenarios? One of my tutors has taken to giving us long lists to do 'in our spare time.' There is NO SPARE TIME!!

    They're all really long so to summarise:

    1. 5 year old male with intermittent severe stomach cramps & anorexia that often mean he is not able to go to school. No infection or funny blood results, otherwise in good health. Mother convinced this is more than just school anxiety.

    2. 23 year old female with polydipsia (4-5L) and polyurea BUT urine is not clear/unusually light. Urine dipstick normal. Patient complains of fatigue and headaches.

    1. Abdominal migraine?
    2. Potentially just drinking too much water.......the lazy answer
    or can anyone think of some kind of syndrome/disease? I don't know if I'm just being really stupid, but I can't think of any other conditions that make you thirsty apart from diabetes M & I, and obv they're both ruled out...

    Thanks
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    (Original post by Alanine)
    Hi, could I have some help with these 2 patient scenarios? One of my tutors has taken to giving us long lists to do 'in our spare time.' There is NO SPARE TIME!!

    They're all really long so to summarise:

    1. 5 year old male with intermittent severe stomach cramps & anorexia that often mean he is not able to go to school. No infection or funny blood results, otherwise in good health. Mother convinced this is more than just school anxiety.

    2. 23 year old female with polydipsia (4-5L) and polyurea BUT urine is not clear/unusually light. Urine dipstick normal. Patient complains of fatigue and headaches.

    1. Abdominal migraine?
    2. Potentially just drinking too much water.......the lazy answer
    or can anyone think of some kind of syndrome/disease?

    Thanks
    I'm guessing (yay for having had over 3 months off medicine), but could 2 be some kind of ADH deficiency? Adding in the headaches, some form of pituitary or hypothalamic tumour?

    I'll go back to pretending to be an engineer now.. :getmecoat:
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    (Original post by Becca-Sarah)
    I'm guessing (yay for having had over 3 months off medicine), but could 2 be some kind of ADH deficiency? Adding in the headaches, some form of pituitary or hypothalamic tumour?

    I'll go back to pretending to be an engineer now.. :getmecoat:
    Thanks! See I thought that...but then wouldn't the patient have lots of clear urine? My tutor put the normal colour urine bit in bold for emphasis....but then he does like playing around with naive med students....:confused:
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    (Original post by Alanine)
    Thanks! See I thought that...but then wouldn't the patient have lots of clear urine? My tutor put the normal colour urine bit in bold for emphasis....but then he does like playing around with naive med students....:confused:
    High output kidney failure? I am frankly clutching at straws here... the polyurea bit is confusing me.
 
 
 
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