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Old 09-14-2006, 08:20 PM   #16
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aren't you not supposed to have time for things like message boards if you're a med student?
Indeed , though these last days , I'm not having some classes , so I got time

So sometimes I can skip from Parietal , Temporal , Frontal , Zigomatics

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here

Talking about .............

Med Mates :

Netter or Sobotta ?
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Not Pre-Med but I am getting a Bachelors in Health Science. Who knows what I will do after that!
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I like Netter - it's good for learning the spatial relationships. I've never seen Sobatta - is it like Rohen, with color pictures? I'm a big fan of Rohen too.

Do you use Big Moore or Little Moore?


Med students sound like such dorks - we don't even use the subject title to describe our books, we use the author's name instead, but we do get to learn things like hypospadia. I'm certainly glad not to have hypospadia.
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I like Netter - it's good for learning the spatial relationships. I've never seen Sobatta - is it like Rohen, with color pictures? I'm a big fan of Rohen too.

Do you use Big Moore or Little Moore?


Med students sound like such dorks - we don't even use the subject title to describe our books, we use the author's name instead, but we do get to learn things like hypospadia. I'm certainly glad not to have hypospadia.

i know math people who do that, too. buncha crazies. i don't know why i'm still in your thread, or better yet, in your thread and talking about math people. i'm not a med student or a math person.
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It's great---I can be a nut and people think I'm doing it for the kids, when I'm just a goof all the time.
Awwwww that's so sweet! lol. Bet the kid's love you a lot
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Med students sound like such dorks - we don't even use the subject title to describe our books, we use the author's name instead, but we do get to learn things like hypospadia. I'm certainly glad not to have hypospadia.
Talk bout it .....

BTW Mate People say Sobotta is probably the best ilust. Atlas , it's a double set

And before people ask we were talkin bout Human Anatomy Atlas

Talking bout words , whatta bout this one ?

Groove of temporal bone for middle temporal artery

Medicine is this Love or hate
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Or perhaps I'll just persue the English degree and become a teacher. It's all up in the air, really.
I think you'd make a swell music teacher
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I never realized that you were a vet. Have a very high amount of respect for those who care for animals
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It is very nice to finally be doing something that I really love and enjoy, quite the nice 'job' to love on kitties all day - though some are more lovable than others...
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I'm a veterinarian (graduated 2 years ago), I've said it before but thank goodness I did not discover Interference before my 3rd year - I don't think I would have passed otherwise

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It is very nice to finally be doing something that I really love and enjoy, quite the nice 'job' to love on kitties all day - though some are more lovable than others...
lol awwwwww your job sounds even better
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We (law students) had a mixer with the med students.

Alls I know is that we can drink them under the table every day of the week and twice on Sunday. By a huge, insurmountable margin.
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Just started dissecting the face today and it was a little strange. Now keep in mind that my cadaver has been completely skinned from the sternum down and I've been doing this for over 2 months at this point. It was probably the most difficult time I've had dissecting.

The person's face was right there looking back at me. His facial scruff palpable. So many uniquely human features right there. Prior to today, the head was shrouded so I hadn't yet seen the face. It definitely made me appreciate even more what this man had done so that I could learn from him.
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