"Change how you think to change how you feel and this will change what you will become." -Infinite Waters
Law of Attraction; how to use it in your life.
12 between olive and pyramid
9 & 10 behind the olive
Iron deficiency anemia
An example for the first part of a smear review by a pathologist would be like this:
Microcytic hypochromic anemia with marked anisopokilocytosis including many elliptocytes.
The central pallor of the red blood cells are greater than 1/3 the RBC. They looked punched out. The RBCs are overall small in size, with varying shapes and sizes. Anisocytosis means change in size. Pokilocytosis means change in shape. You can also see a reactive thrombocytosis (increased in platelets) with iron deficiency. And an increased in reticulocytes (immature RBCs, ones that just lost their nucleus) if you start treating with iron.
Also the commonest reason why a medical student wants to see a peripheral smear.
For the Thalamus table I wrote inferior colliculus of pons which is supposed to be inferior colliculus of tectum *brain fart* sorry
and for VPL it’s suppose to be “pressure, touch, vibration, and proprioception”. Another *brain fart*