Dental Student Pathology
I put together a short summary of the bone and muscle lectures. I picked out four (or fewer) features of each disease that I think are particularly important (I didn’t include the tumors). 82 more words
3 weeks ago
Just a quick reminder – I have free study guides available for both hematopathology and coagulation. 121 more words
3 weeks, 6 days ago
The Long and Winding Road...
Today I’m very happy to share a guest post from award-winning author and blogger, Ann Campanella.
As Ann and I exchanged a few initial emails, I felt an immediate kinship with her. 848 more words
Okay, that was disturbing. But it was a lot of fun making cookies in the shape of different blood cells for our lectures on anemia and leukemia this week! 527 more words
1 month ago
The contest is closed and our randomly chosen winners are Sandra Collard and Jeffrey Brown (check your inboxes for an email from me!). Thank you to all who entered! 106 more words
Since we’re talking about blood stuff this week and next week, I thought I’d let you know that I have a couple books that students have found helpful in the past: 99 more words
Here are some great questions I got from students in past years about anemia. I thought I’d post them (with some links to short explanations of the diseases) because they might help clarify some points from Monday’s anemia lecture. 764 more words