Intraperitoneal organs and Retroperitoneal organs

Originally posted on Goldilocksthedoc:
For the Intraperitoneal organs remember SALTD SPRSS (Pronounced Salted Spursss): S = Stomach A = Appendix L = Liver T = Transverse colon D = duodenum (only the 1st part, though) S = Small intestines P = Pancreas (only the tail though) R = Rectum (only the upper 3rd) S =…

HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

Hello! It’s been a lifetime since I last updated this blog. To be fair, med school feels like a lifetime ago as well (happy to note I passed all my modules!). This holiday break is doing wonders for my physical, emotional and mental health. Since 2017 is fast approaching, I’m thinking of cramming (ha!) the last…

Productivity Check

I tried to art my way through studying the back and lower extremities. I got the art part down; the anatomy, not so much. More notes! Earlier this month, I blogged about my feels over the intersection of Anatomy and Art. This is just more of the same. With more ink. When we get to internal organs next…

Anatomy and Art

All the same. Then: Figure Drawing (2012) Now: Clinical Anatomy (2016)

ASMPH MD/MBA: 3 Modules In

Finding the time to write is difficult when life itself outpaces the speed of my thoughts. But this last week’s dermatology submodule gave us all in YL5 some much needed respite, so I think I can try my hands at updating this blog. Also, we’ll be properly dissecting our cadavers tomorrow, and that means I’ll…

I feel like I’ve been doing myself a disservice. I’ll try to write more.

#HistoryCon: the things people do

I took an ill-advised break from studying last Saturday, and had some fun at the first-ever #HistoryCon (tagline: Manila Makes History). I entered the convention with zero expectations. I don’t watch the channel, and I only said yes to the free ticket the day before. Luckily there’s a website. First Impressions There were exhibits you’d…

ASMPH MD/MBA: Week 1

Here’s to five years with these people I love, working for this country of mine.

ASMPH MD/MBA: Transsum

The long journey’s at its formal start — five years of MD/MBA (what’s that? why is it relevant?), a couple of years residency, and a million or two moments of crying. I’m so excited. I’m also afraid I’ll forget things (half of my college experience now seems like a haze in my memory), so here’s a…

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I’ll be uploading a super loooooong post about the ASMPH Transsum later. Also, I updated the Masterpost! x kinikilabutan ako sa tono at tinig ng mga tawa mo, hindi sa takot at hindi sa galit, ngunit sa tuwa at nagbubungang pag-ibig wala sa mundong ito nakasulat na mayroong mga ngiting katulad ng sa iyo kaya…