1. @RizkyLR - Let It Go (Antepkeun) Frozen Versi Sunda by rizkypew on SoundCloud

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  4. fuckyeahmedicalstuff:

The first transparent 3D-printed skull has been successfully implanted.
Three months ago, surgeons in Holland implanted a transparent plastic skull in a woman whose skull has never stopped growing. Incredibly, the rare bone disease that was wrecking her vision and destroying her life has been been bested by a simple 3D printer. The team of surgeons, led by Dr. Bon Verweij at the University Medical Center in Utrecht, expect her new skull to last indefinitely, opening up new vistas for cranial transformation.
Read the entire article here.

    fuckyeahmedicalstuff:

    The first transparent 3D-printed skull has been successfully implanted.

    Three months ago, surgeons in Holland implanted a transparent plastic skull in a woman whose skull has never stopped growing. Incredibly, the rare bone disease that was wrecking her vision and destroying her life has been been bested by a simple 3D printer. The team of surgeons, led by Dr. Bon Verweij at the University Medical Center in Utrecht, expect her new skull to last indefinitely, opening up new vistas for cranial transformation.

    Read the entire article here.

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  6. "Life goes on" #quote #robertfrost #life # goes #on #lifegoeson #motivation (at sukakarya iv no.8)

    "Life goes on" #quote #robertfrost #life # goes #on #lifegoeson #motivation (at sukakarya iv no.8)

  7. fuckyeahmedicalstuff:

    Keratoconus of varying severity

    Keratoconus is a weakening of the corneal tissue, allowing it to bulge outwards. It generally begins in the teens or early adulthood, and in many cases requires corneal transplant. 

    Many centers in the United States and Europe are exploring options for mild-to-moderate keratoconus that are less invasive than a corneal transplant, but for severe manifestations (such as the bottom image, where the corneal tissue is not only bulging, but bulging in an uneven pattern), donor or artificial corneas are still the most successful treatment.

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  9. Exclusively made by @tunasmakarel :D my personal doodle XD thx bulaaaaan :D

    Exclusively made by @tunasmakarel :D my personal doodle XD thx bulaaaaan :D

  10. Souvenirs from IMSTC 2014 by AMSA UNJANI :D wedang uwuh n batik keychain from 4th District, a notebook from 2nd District, my name in sunda writing from my 3rd District, and that batik  headband from 5th district which im still not sure whether “Blandhos” is its real name. Love you guys! Gogo AMSA INA! #AMSAINA #IMSTC #souvenirs #indonesia

    Souvenirs from IMSTC 2014 by AMSA UNJANI :D wedang uwuh n batik keychain from 4th District, a notebook from 2nd District, my name in sunda writing from my 3rd District, and that batik headband from 5th district which im still not sure whether “Blandhos” is its real name. Love you guys! Gogo AMSA INA! #AMSAINA #IMSTC #souvenirs #indonesia

  11. "My dream is to wake up in the morning Without any fear of what might happen next That i have no more fear about the future Cause i know i’ll be just alright"
  12. medicalschool:

    As Number Of IVF Babies Reaches All-Time High, New Tool Allows Doctors To Follow Embryo Development

    In 2012, more than 61,000 babies in the U.S. were conceived with the help of IVF, the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology reported Monday.

    That means IVF babies made up 1.5 percent of the 3.9 million births in the U.S, the agency wrote on its website. And it makes 2012 the biggest year for IVF on record: Doctors performed the most procedures and delivered the most IVF babies.

    Over the past decade, the number of IVF treatments has been rising. Doctors performed about 113,000 cycles back in 2003. That number jumped by nearly 50 percent to about 165,000 in 2012.

    Learn more.

    Video: A new instrument, called an Embryoscope, allows fertility doctors to watch the embryo develop after in vitro fertilization. In the video, you can see the embryo go from the first cell division to the blastocyst stage when the cells move to the outside.  The time-lapse video takes about five to six days in real time.

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  14. "You will always attract the kind of person you believe you deserve."
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