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Wondering what’s actually happening in there with all those little kicks and πŸ‘flutters? . What you’re seeing is a c-section, where the baby was born in the amniotic sac/water bag. See how thin the bag is? Inside is amniotic fluid and that sweet little baby! This baby is either pretty severely IUGR (IntraUterine Growth Restriction/small) or born premature bc its really tiny. As your baby grows it’ll have less room in there and the kicks won’t feel quite as pronounced. Β· Β· A cesarean delivery β€” also known as a C-section or cesarean section β€” is the surgical delivery of a baby. It involves one incision in the mother’s abdomen and another in the uterus. It’s a common procedure that’s used to deliver nearly one-third of babies in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and PreventionTrusted Source. Cesarean deliveries are generally avoided before 39 weeks of pregnancy so the child has proper time to develop in the womb. Sometimes, however, complications arise and a cesarean delivery must be performed prior to 39 weeks. Β· _ Follow to learn everyday! . . #memes #medicine #medicalschool #mbbs #motivation #medicalscience #medical #mci #medlife #usmle #usmlestep1 #usmleprep #fmge #fmge_mci_exam #neet #nurses #nursingschool #anatomyandphysiology2 #anatomyandphysiology #doctors #diseases #surgery

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When you finally finish medicine and you decide to fall in love. ❣️🩺 This is what the human body looks underneath. Broken down layer by later, system by system, and preserved in a unique process of plastination!! Seeing the delicate and exposed structures takes us to a journey of wonders and impressions, amazement and compulsions. Exhibit at Body Worlds . . . #memes #medicine #medicalschool #mbbs #motivation #medicalscience #medical #mci #medlife #usmle #usmlestep1 #usmleprep #fmge #neet #nurses #nursingschool #anatomyandphysiology2 #anatomyandphysiology #doctors #diseases #surgery

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Ascites, or water belly, is the name given to the abnormal accumulation of fluids within the abdominal cavity, in a compartment limited by the peritoneum (membrane that also lines the walls of the abdomen and pelvis and some of its organs). This liquid leaves the blood vessels for two different reasons: reduced oncotic pressure or increased hydrostatic pressure. . . #medicine #doctor #doctors #medical #medicine #medicalstudent #fun #motivation #inspiration

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Removal of a fascinating cholesterol gallbladder stone! What does it resemble? πŸ₯š The gallbladder is a small, pear-shaped organ on the right side of the abdomen, just beneath the liver. It holds a digestive fluid called bile that's released into the small intestine. Gallstones come in many different shapes, sizes, and quantities. They can be made up of a variety of different combinations and percentages of cholesterol, bile salts, lecithin, bilirubin, etc. Cholesterol stones account for > 85% of gallstones, and for them to actually form, bile must be supersaturated with cholesterol, with nucleation and stone growth. Normally, water-insoluble cholesterol is made water soluble by combining with bile salts and lecithin to form mixed micelles. Supersaturation of bile with cholesterol most commonly results from excessive cholesterol secretion but may result from a decrease in bile salt secretion or in lecithin secretion. Thus, the excess cholesterol must precipitate from solution as solid microcrystals, which aggregates and grows. Yellow snd soft gallstones have more cholesterol in them, black ones have more bilirubin, and hard ones likely have more bile salt component to them. Migration of a gallstone into the opening of the cystic duct may block the outflow of bile during gallbladder contraction. The resulting increase in gallbladder wall tension produces the characteristic type of pain we know as biliary colic. Cystic duct obstruction, if it persists for more than a few hours, may lead to acute gallbladder inflammation (acute cholecystitis). Choledocholithiasis on the other hand, refers to the presence of gallstones in the common bile duct. Usually, this occurs when a gallstone successfully passes further all the way from gallbladder to the cystic duct and into the common bile duct. #memes #medicine #medicalschool #mbbs #motivation #medicalscience #medical #mci #medlife #usmle #usmlestep1 #usmleprep #fmge #neet #nurses #nursingschool #anatomyandphysiology2 #anatomyandphysiology #doctors #diseases #surgery

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