54. The Weight of the Glass

The Weight of the Glass Once upon a time, a psychology professor walked around on a stage while teaching stress management principles to an auditorium filled with students.  As she raised a glass of water, everyone expected they’d be asked the typical “glass half empty or glass half full” question.  Instead, with a smile on […]

53. The Seagull Murmur

The Seagull Murmur A “seagull’s cry murmur” is defined as a murmur imitating the cooing sound of a seagull. This type of murmur is typically characterised by a musical timbre and a high frequency and may occur as a result of various valve diseases. Seagulls are such fascinating birds, There are many facts about Seagulls, […]

52. Lincoln Highway

Lincoln Highway Carotid sheath (a sheath covering the neck) has very little areolar tissue (contains carotid A, internal jugular V and Vagus N) and resistant to infection. it receives from all 3 layers of deep fascia neck and can get secondarily affected in other deep fascia infections by the DIRECT spread. So it got the […]

51. Salt Wasting Syndrome

Salt Wasting Syndrome The Salt-wasting syndrome is an endocrine condition featuring a low blood sodium concentration and dehydration in response to trauma/injury or the presence of tumours in or surrounding the brain. In Word of God in Matthew 5:13-16, we read, “You are the salt of the earth; 1)SALT ADDS FLAVOUR. No matter what you […]