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Midterms: Check!

This past week took me for all I had. For many it was a calm week before Easter break, but for me and several others, it was quite the opposite. 761 more words

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Malaria infection develops via two phases: one that involves the liver (exoerythrocytic phase), and one that involves red blood cells, orerythrocytes (erythrocytic phase). When an infected mosquito pierces a person’s skin to take a blood meal, sporozoites in the mosquito’s saliva enter the bloodstream and migrate to the liver where they infect hepatocytes, multiplying asexually and asymptomatically for a period of 8–30 days. 294 more words

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Week 32: And Stress Commences in 3, 2, 1...

Busy week! I had a Pathophysiology exam (way harder than I anticipated) and a Pharmacology exam (way easier than I anticipated). On Tuesday I also had a Standardized Patient Experience. 121 more words

Pa School

Marescau B et al. Guanidino compounds in serum and urine of nondialyzed patients with chronic renal insufficiency. Metabolism. 1997;46(9):1024-31.

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Verhelst J et al. Serum creatine, creatinine, and other guanidino compounds in patients with thyroid dysfunction. Metabolism. 1997;46(9):1063-7.

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Tanaka A et al. Plasma, urinary, and erythrocyte concentrations of guanidino compounds in patients with chronic renal failure. Ren Fail. 1999;21(5):499-514.

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