In the book “The Dark”, John Herbert describes an evil plague affecting a city in which a darkness haunts and infects the minds of people who live there, turning them to madness and inconceivably horrid acts. Such a similar plague, a diametric contradiction to the light for which the city was onetime renowned, seems to… Continue reading Of gunshots in the dark.
The majority of the population feels a certain sort of disgust about bodily functions that is totally absent from the fraction of us who are in medicine. My first inkling of this was when a classmate told me about how her cousins had freaked out when she happened to mention the consistency of her diarrhoea to them (watery,… Continue reading Of professional beghairati and medical jokes
This was inspired by a conversation with a classmate. She remarked that Internal Med sounded a good deal like Family Med’s older brother, and the rest of the idea spawned from that one statement…anyhoo, this was the result. As soon as I got bored enough to want to mess around on Paint. Without further ado,… Continue reading Meet the Year 3 Family.
I have been insanely insanely busy these past few weeks, courtesy of the selective rotation I was doing at my university. We get this time in our uni in which we can choose any department to work in for a month and due to lack of foresight or my usual tendency to get myself in… Continue reading Wisdom from the first week of CTS