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Mai on Instagram: “A cute kidney injury indeed. This one still unfinished, but “Normal Stanley” and his unfortunate friends wanted to wish you a happy Friday.…”

3,004 Likes, 46 Comments - Mai (@maidoodles) on Instagram: “A cute kidney injury indeed. This one still unfinished, but “Normal Stanley” and his unfortunate…”

Free #Anemia Evaluation & Pharmacotherapy Study Chart

This is a minimalist study chart going over the basic #Anemia treatments. It’s nothing detailed but it does have some basic information that may be helpful during your study sessions for the NAPLEX…

Immunology/Microbiology Glossary: Viruses - DNA & RNA

KEY DNA and RNA VIRUSES DNA Viruses Naked DNA viruses • Parvoviridae • Polyomaviridae • Papillomaviridae • Adenoviridae Enveloped DNA viruses • Poxviridae • Herpesviridae • Hepadnaviridae • Most DNA viruses are double-stranded – Par

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Difference between afib and atrial flutter

Learn about the atrial fibrillation treatment, causes, signs and symptoms and to get medical advice. Dr. Boon Lim is experience AF Consultant in London.

Pathology Glossary: Adaptive Immunity - Humoral Response

Overview • The humoral response is mediated by B cells, which produce antibodies that act combat infectious agents. • Class switching and somatic hypermutation provide diversity in antibody specificity and response, which protects the host from a wide variety of infections. • Two types of antibody-mediated immunity: — Passive immunity occurs when an individual is given antibodies to infectious agents. — Active immunity occurs when an individual's immune system produces antibodies in response…

Immunology/Microbiology Glossary: Complement Activation

Complement System The complement system, specifically through the actions of proteins C3a and C3b, destroys microbes. – Comprises inactive proteins that circulate in the blood; of these proteins, the products of C3 cleavage (C3a and C3b) have multi

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Heart Angioplasty Process

Dr. Boon Lim is Voted Best Cardiologist in London UK and a leading specialist in Atrial Fibrillation, Ectopic heartbeats & other Heart rhythm conditions.