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About Me

I'm a fiction character in real life.

Chilanga, chingona & chubby.

Medicina, tacos, rockabilly y pendejadas.

Mis pedos mentales

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me exercising

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riotsiren:

Next older person to complain about millennials has to pay off a random 20-something’s student loans

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ringokotomi:

Have you ever just looked at someone and thought, “I really love you”. They’re just talking or humming or watching a movie or reading a book or laughing or something, and there’s something about them in that moment that makes you think, “I just really love you”

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medicowesome:

Kawaii means cute in Japanese.Helps you remember Kawasaki’s disease, also known as mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome, with strawberry tongue, coronary artery aneurysms and Asian predisposition.That’s all!PS: I love Japanese culture & kawaii things :3I wanna visit Japan someday, wear a kimono, eat Sushi & Onigiri, color my hair pink, cosplay anime and watch cars drift ^__^I love how this post allowed me to express my love for Japan & calligraphy =D-IkaN

medicowesome:

Kawaii means cute in Japanese.
Helps you remember Kawasaki’s disease, also known as mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome, with strawberry tonguecoronary artery aneurysms and Asian predisposition.

That’s all!

PS: I love Japanese culture & kawaii things :3
I wanna visit Japan someday, wear a kimono, eat Sushi & Onigiri, color my hair pink, cosplay anime and watch cars drift ^__^
I love how this post allowed me to express my love for Japan & calligraphy =D

-IkaN

medicineisnotmerchandise:

This post is awesome!
How to differentiate between Lateral Pontine Syndrome vs Lateral Medullary Syndrome.
What is lateral medullary syndrome?
Neurological symptoms due to injury to lateral part of the medulla. Also called Wallenberg’s syndrome.

 When does it happen?

When the posterior inferior cerebellar artery (PICA) is occluded.

What is lateral pontine syndrome?
Neurological symptoms due to injury to lateral part of the pons.

When does it happen?

When the anterior inferior cerebellar (AICA)  artery is occluded.

What do both the lesions have in common?
 Ipsilateral horner’s syndrome.
Why? Descending hypothalamic tracts affected.
Contralateral loss of pain and temperature.
Why? Lateral spinothalamic tract affected.
Ipsilateral cerebellar ataxia.
Why? Cerebellar peduncles affected. (Inferior cerebellar peduncle in medullary and middle cerebellar peduncle in pons.
Nausea, nystagmus, vertigo, vomiting.
Why? Vestibular nuclei involved.
Ipsilateral loss of pain and temperature sensation from the face (facial hemianesthesia).
Why? Spinal trigeminal nucleus and tract involved.
Ipsilateral hearing loss.
Why? Cochlear nuclei and intraxial nerve fibers involved.

So how do I tell the difference between the two?
 Lateral medullary syndrome:
 Dysphagia, dysarthria, dysphonia
Why? Nucleus ambiguous involved.

Lateral pontine syndrome:
 Ipsilateral paralysis of the upper and lower face (lower motor neuron lesion).
Ipsilateral loss of lacrimation and reduced salivation.
Ipsilateral loss of taste from the anterior two-thirds of the tongue.
Hyperacusis.



Why? Facial nucleus and facial nerve involved.


 All the credits go to the brilliant medicowesome !!
For more posts like these follow medicowesome on tumblr or http://medicowesome.blogspot.in/p/blog-page_1239.html

medicineisnotmerchandise:

This post is awesome!

How to differentiate between Lateral Pontine Syndrome vs Lateral Medullary Syndrome.

What is lateral medullary syndrome?

Neurological symptoms due to injury to lateral part of the medulla. Also called Wallenberg’s syndrome.

 When does it happen?

When the posterior inferior cerebellar artery (PICA) is occluded.

What is lateral pontine syndrome?

Neurological symptoms due to injury to lateral part of the pons.

When does it happen?

When the anterior inferior cerebellar (AICA)  artery is occluded.

What do both the lesions have in common?

  •  Ipsilateral horner’s syndrome.

Why? Descending hypothalamic tracts affected.

  • Contralateral loss of pain and temperature.

Why? Lateral spinothalamic tract affected.

  • Ipsilateral cerebellar ataxia.

Why? Cerebellar peduncles affected. (Inferior cerebellar peduncle in medullary and middle cerebellar peduncle in pons.

  • Nausea, nystagmus, vertigo, vomiting.

Why? Vestibular nuclei involved.

  • Ipsilateral loss of pain and temperature sensation from the face (facial hemianesthesia).

Why? Spinal trigeminal nucleus and tract involved.

  • Ipsilateral hearing loss.

Why? Cochlear nuclei and intraxial nerve fibers involved.

So how do I tell the difference between the two?

 Lateral medullary syndrome:

 Dysphagia, dysarthria, dysphonia

Why? Nucleus ambiguous involved.

Lateral pontine syndrome:

  •  Ipsilateral paralysis of the upper and lower face (lower motor neuron lesion).
  • Ipsilateral loss of lacrimation and reduced salivation.
  • Ipsilateral loss of taste from the anterior two-thirds of the tongue.
  • Hyperacusis.

Why? Facial nucleus and facial nerve involved.

 All the credits go to the brilliant medicowesome !!

For more posts like these follow medicowesome on tumblr or http://medicowesome.blogspot.in/p/blog-page_1239.html

gaimez:

One time this girl really hated me and wanted to ruin my reputation or something so one day i was talking to a boy and she came up and really obnoxiously said “you know she has a crush on you right?” and he was like “man i hope so or else this is gonna get really awkward”

She fuckin told my boyfriend that i liked him

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vehxt:

Christmas list: Acne in my wardrobe, not on my face

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animatedtext:

animatedtext:

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goodjobsweetheart:

peterhcropes:

yes, there will be wifi at my funeral 

feel free to liveblog

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crackerhell:

crackerhell:

PRAISE

still true

crackerhell:

crackerhell:

PRAISE

still true

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