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This x-ray demonstrates a dramatic case of pneumoperitoneum, sometimes called free air under the diaphragm. This finding can be subtle but should... VIEW >


Book Review: small - Life and Death on...

Created 10.17.14 by Chivas Owle

SMALL is a special sneak peek into the beautiful, scary, and often daring world of pediatric surgery. Dr. Catherine Musemeche describes her work with a surgical... VIEW >


The Top Twenty – no, wait – Top Twenty-Two – Are You Sure It’s Twenty-Two? No. The Top Twenty-Four Things an Obsessive Medical Student Must Know (but... VIEW >


Choosing a Field in Medicine: How to...

Created 10.13.14 by Miriam Knoll, MD

Choosing a field of medicine is likely the most important decision a medical student will make during their career. The vast majority of residents complete... VIEW >

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20 Questions: Kornelia Polyak, MD, PhD

Created 10.12.14 by Juliet Farmer

Kornelia Polyak, MD, PhD, is a professor of medicine in the department of medical oncology at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute at Harvard Medical School, as... VIEW >

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Partner Blog Spotlight: 5 Things I Wish I Had Known Before Becoming a Dentist

Posted 06.06.14 by Dr. Marcus Neff

Mouthing Off is the official blog of the American Student Dental Association. ASDA members post three times each week on topics such as dental licensure... VIEW >

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What To Expect From The MCAT In 2015

Posted 07.25.14 by Alice McLean, ExamTime

Starting April 2015 there are some big changes happening to the MCAT or the Medical College Admissions Test. We’ve got the inside scoop on why the test is... VIEW >

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