Disclaimer: This post contains a lot of explicit images and one explicit video as well. The language is also not suited for the run of the mill blog, but in the spirit of writing unhindered, I have edited myself as little as possible. If there is a possibility that graphic references to (human) sexual activities offend your sensibility then please turn back here. Do not read … Continue reading [Warning: NSFW] Sex and the CT (MRI, Actually)
Right at the outset, I shall admit that this is a topic that is a little beyond my “safety net” of knowledge and hence, I may be slightly off-target with some of the assertions. I am reaching out a bit with this topic, but I have tried to do adequate reading up on this matter. However, I have always studied the US Medical Education system … Continue reading US Budget FY 2014: Did the US Govt Make USMLE Tougher for IMGs?
This has been one of the most raucous Junes yet. Tons of fun, including a 7-cake birthday celebration (almost a week long event, where I ended up cutting into seven cakes!), lot of letting the (proverbial) hair down, and fooling around in general. Life’s been good. This series of celebrations started with Jitendra sir’s birthday party at his place. We had a small cake, a … Continue reading Birthdays, Bonds and Being Bowled Over
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What is the Throckmorton Sign? What is its clinical significance? Who is it named after? And such other reflections about a weird and awesome radiology sign. Read on to know more: they might ask it in the PG Entrance exams, you never know! Continue reading Throckmorton’s Sign: Percy Points to Pathology