Surgical Correction of Dissecting Aneurysm of Ascending Aorta… (Baylor College of Medicine, 1963)
07
March

Surgical Correction of Dissecting Aneurysm of Ascending Aorta… (Baylor College of Medicine, 1963)

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[Voiceover:] This leader is provided to permit the projectionist to complete adjustment of focus and sound level before the film begins.] [Narrator:] Elastic tissue abnormalities in the blood vessels of patients with Marfan’s disease predispose these patients to the formation of aneurysms. These aneurysms may be found in a variety of forms and locations, and […]


Doctor Fate – Strip-dancer | Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay
01
March

Doctor Fate – Strip-dancer | Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay

By Paul Henry / in , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , /

Okay, okay, so we crossed paths a few times. So what? Listen to this tosser. How’d a nobody like you even get Banshee’s attention? Because I was Fate. “Dr. Fate.” I used to be Dr. Fate, okay? Shut up. It’s true. It’s not like I was the only one. There have been a lot of […]


Ancient & Medieval Medicine: Crash Course History of Science #9

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We’ve seen how, from around 400 BCE to CE 1300, ideas in astronomy, math, and engineering were traded all the way from Beijing to Delhi, and from Baghdad to Constantinople. In the next episodes, we’re going to dive into how some specific kinds of knowledge evolved over time. First up: healing. The history of medicine […]


Highlighting HSS Female Surgeons on National Women Physicians Day
27
February

Highlighting HSS Female Surgeons on National Women Physicians Day

By Paul Henry / in , , , , , , , /

>>As soon as I saw hand surgery, I realized it was a really wonderful and diverse specialty that mixes both orthopedic surgery and plastic surgery, and I really enjoyed that sort of intricate nature of hand surgery and microsurgery.>>So, I became interested in foot and ankle really as I was going through all the rotations […]


More than Medicine | Jean Smith
27
December

More than Medicine | Jean Smith

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[MUSIC]>>We are a part of research that can cure dreaded diseases such as cancer, HIV, heart diseases. We provide research expertise and services for the study of cellular mechanisms and the human genome. Yeah, I’ve been here for 27 years. [MUSIC] My mother, she never graduated, and I think she had a 4th grade education. […]


We Are Weill Cornell Medicine | Dr. Jyoti Mathad
26
December

We Are Weill Cornell Medicine | Dr. Jyoti Mathad

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When I was an undergrad, I studied abroad in India, which is the country where my parents are from. My host family was this young couple that had just gotten married. She was also pregnant with her first baby; so she was really excited about that. As part of the program, we went to other […]


Orthognathic Surgery in Kennewick WA: Francisco | Columbia Basin Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons
26
December

Orthognathic Surgery in Kennewick WA: Francisco | Columbia Basin Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons

By Paul Henry / in , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , /

Before my surgery, I had an underbite. I’ve had it probably since middle school. It was difficult eating. Smiling was kind of difficult too, because I couldn’t show my teeth. The surgery went great. The staff were really grateful. They were really nice. They always act like you’re at your own home. Dr. Reddinger was […]


Tooth Extraction in Flint MI: Terry | Greater Michigan Oral Surgeons & Dental Implant Center
25
December

Tooth Extraction in Flint MI: Terry | Greater Michigan Oral Surgeons & Dental Implant Center

By Paul Henry / in , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , /

My dentist in Davison was saying, “Your teeth aren’t really in very good shape.” He said, “I Think they’re going to have to come out.” And do, when I met Dr. Fray, he told me exactly what was going to happen. Dr. Fray says, “It’s going to be fine. I won’t have any real problems.” […]


The Origins of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine

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I’ve been involved with the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine since its inauguration in 1989, when at that time I was a foundation board member of the Faculty. We discovered that cells had receptors that we could block or we could antagonise, and that just, all the beta blockers all the angiotensin inhibitors all the lipid […]