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Forum: Health Posted By: Jam198 Post Time: 15-05-2013 at 23:07 (Source: The Student Room)
Source: The Student Room - May 16, 2013 Category: Universities & Medical Training Source Type: forums
DO Chances at MD or DO?
Hey folks, I'm currently a Senior at a State University and having practically an anxiety attack. This is my first post so sorry if I made a couple of mistakes. what do you guys thought my chances are and what do you guys think I would need to get accepted into DO, Caribbean-MD, or possibly US-MD. Examples of Accepted Applications/Resumes for DO schools would be AWESOME Any input would be much appreciated cGPA - 3.11 | sGPA - 3.08 | MCAT - not taken Major: Cell Biology & Neuroscience Minor: Psychology Upward trend in GPA with Upper Level Science Course (Molecular Biology,Biochemistry, etc.)Freshman & Sophomore...
Source: Student Doctor Network Forums - September 23, 2012 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: ejk1123 Tags: What Are My Chances? Source Type: forums
Girl like a parasite...
Forum: Romantic Relationships Posted By: Michael12345 Post Time: 07-06-2012 at 00:31 (Source: The Student Room)
Source: The Student Room - June 6, 2012 Category: Universities & Medical Training Source Type: forums
important questions from an aspiring vet
Alright. Here's a bit about me. I'm 16 years old, almost 17. I have an un-weighted GPA of 3.95, with AP bio, animal sciences, and chem all under my belt. I have been studying veterinary medicine for quite some time and have gained quite a bit of knowledge. I am hoping to attend UF's small animal veterinary program with either just a general specialty for small animals, or a surgery specialty. Here are my questions: What kind of grades am I going to need? I am starting community college this fall as well, and was wondering what prereqs and classes would be best to take in preparation. How do I land a volunteer position/vet ...
Source: Student Doctor Network Forums - June 2, 2012 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: busybird Tags: Pre-Veterinary Source Type: forums
Blood in stools?
Jasey had blood in her stools twice last week and again the other night. Does anyone else have a problem with this? Her cf doctor is referring her to GI. Her stools have been tested for bacterial infection and parasites. They've only tested positive for blood. She was in the hospital a few weeks ago for c diff colitis. Any advice? Thanks! (Source: Cystic Fibrosis Families Forum)
Source: Cystic Fibrosis Families Forum - May 1, 2012 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: Mistyjo Source Type: forums
Choosing Biology Electives
In addition to "Principles of Cellular and Molecular Biology", "Genetics", "OChem I/II", "Biochemistry", and "Human Nutrition", which I will have complete by the MCAT, which of the following biology-related courses do you guys recommend? Honestly, I'd like to take them all, but I can't. I can take four from the following: (Two before taking MCAT, and two more before MS1.) Vert. Physiology Cell Biology Microbiology Virology Immunology Hematology Histology Cancer Biology Parasitology Neuroscience Neurophysiology Psychopharmacology Abnormal Psychology Adv. Human Nutrition (r...
Source: Student Doctor Network Forums - April 19, 2012 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: JESSFALLING Tags: Pre-Medical Allopathic [ MD ] Source Type: forums
Please recommend me text books for the following subjects.
Please recommend me text books for virology, parasitology and bacteriology. Thanx (Source: New Media Medicine)
Source: New Media Medicine - July 25, 2011 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: MJ4602 Tags: Medical Textbook Discussion Source Type: forums
Here we go AGAIN...
Some of you may remember my previous post, but if not here's the link to refresh your memory http://forums.studentdoctor.net/showthread.php?t=817563. New viewers/critics are welcome. Basically this is an update to my plans due to some "course technicalities" :eek:, and I wanted you guys/ladies to weigh in on it. At the college i graduated from the only other undergraduate biology courses they offer (that i haven't taken) are virology, parasitology, mycology, and prin. of genetics (i took the higher molecular biology/genetics and got a c). So, in continuing my post-bacc plans, should I include any of these cou...
Source: Student Doctor Network Forums - June 2, 2011 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: Rxotic Tags: Pre-Dental Source Type: forums
malabsoprtion without diahrrea
Patient 34. With a history of malabsorption of 2 years with low weight of 18 kilos. Do not have a family history of genetic diseases, diabetes, chronic diarrhea etc.No. It started with pasty stools green and yellow semiformed there with enough white blood cells. In the analysis is repeated stool fat globules. Has several positive sudan. In one of them shows the presence of neutral fat. Your stools are semi-formed, pasty consistency. Yellowish. Sometimes found parasites like Entamoeba coli, Endolimax nana. Giardia was not found. He was treated with antibiotics for bacterial overgrowth. Patient says that before starting w...
Source: New Media Medicine - December 14, 2010 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: Edwardd Tags: General Practice Source Type: forums
Type of bacteria found in lungs
Those are some of my favorite bacteria. I believe they are common in the noses of all kids, and in the lungs of people with COPD. I imagine they are kinda like entry-level bacteria for people with CF. Eosinophils represent activity of the immune system, as in an attack on an allergen or parasite. My friend's child has a dairy allergy for example, which manifests as damage to his esophagus by eosinophils. (It is not a common condition.) I have no idea what it would mean in the case of your daughter. I hope the doctor can offer some ideas. (Source: Cystic Fibrosis Families Forum)
Source: Cystic Fibrosis Families Forum - October 20, 2010 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: MaeFlower Source Type: forums
2 year old with CF or not? Lots of questions please help!
Hello and thank all of you in advance. I am the father of a 2 year ols little girl that has had 2 cases of pancreatitis in the last 3 months. The first bout ended her in the hospital for 5 days with enzymes of Amylase = 4100 and Lipase of 3000. She was very sick but it all came on within a few hours. Every scan and MRICP came back negative. They never had an exact answer other than they suspected it was viral. The second time her enzymes were Amylase = 1300 and Lipase= 702. She did not end up in the hospital this time. She was not as sick as the first time but sick none the less. We have seen 2 different ped GI specialists...
Source: Cystic Fibrosis Diagnosis Forum - August 20, 2010 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: NAVCHAPDOC Source Type: forums