TovmasyanMD

Doctor of medicine, young, purposeful, ambitious, delicate, never stop thinking.

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“Seriously. are all girls rocking fake boobs and fake lashes these days?
I don’t even own a hair brush.”

—   

I gotta get it together. (via imaresident)

I don’t own a hairbrush either.

(via aspiringdoctors)

(via aspiringdoctors)

“In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: It goes on.”

—   Robert Frost (via namelessblxcksoul)

“Directly, or indirectly, everything we write is for someone.”

—   Unknown (via alighthouseofwords)

(Source: alighthouseofwords)

“Things that matter are not easy. Feelings of happiness are easy. Happiness is not. Flirting is easy. Love is not. Saying you’re friends is easy. Being friends is not.”

—   David Levithan (via alighthouseofwords)

Making of HAPPY KARABAKH

aaaaaaa, good day to al!! Making of Happy Karabakh is twice funny, positive, guys, you’re making my day!! watch,watch,watch!!

biomedicalephemera:

Oral manifestations of childhood illnesses
1. Oral thrush - Caused by the Candida fungus overgrowing on the mucous membranes of the mouth. Also known as candidiasis when it occurs elsewhere on the body (such as vaginal candidiasis).2. Varicella - Chicken pox. Have you ever had chicken pox in your mouth? It’s awful.3. Stomatitis herpetica or Aphthosa [Herpetic stomatitis] - Caused by the same herpes infection of the mouth that causes cold sores, but blisters and mild ulceration can occur. This condition usually occurs when the child first contracts Herpes simplex I.4. Stomatitis ulcerosa or Scorbutus - The oral manifestation of scurvy in children. The bone weakness, dry mouth, and immune dysfunction in scurvy often causes tooth weakening, loosening, and extreme gingivitis.5. Follicular tonsillitis - The “standard” childhood tonsillitis, with infection of the palatine tonsils. If the infection doesn’t subside, removal of the tonsils is still the most common treatment.6. Diphtheria - There are many oral manifestations of diphtheria, including “pseudo-membranes” covering the trachea, severely impairing breathing. The exotoxins exuded by Corynebacterium diphtherium can also cause thick, thrush-like patches in the pharyngotrachea.
Pediatrics: The Hygienic and and Medical Treatment of Children. Thomas Morgan Rotch, 1901.

biomedicalephemera:

Oral manifestations of childhood illnesses

1. Oral thrush - Caused by the Candida fungus overgrowing on the mucous membranes of the mouth. Also known as candidiasis when it occurs elsewhere on the body (such as vaginal candidiasis).
2. Varicella - Chicken pox. Have you ever had chicken pox in your mouth? It’s awful.
3. Stomatitis herpetica or Aphthosa [Herpetic stomatitis] - Caused by the same herpes infection of the mouth that causes cold sores, but blisters and mild ulceration can occur. This condition usually occurs when the child first contracts Herpes simplex I.
4. Stomatitis ulcerosa or Scorbutus - The oral manifestation of scurvy in children. The bone weakness, dry mouth, and immune dysfunction in scurvy often causes tooth weakening, loosening, and extreme gingivitis.
5. Follicular tonsillitis - The “standard” childhood tonsillitis, with infection of the palatine tonsils. If the infection doesn’t subside, removal of the tonsils is still the most common treatment.
6. Diphtheria - There are many oral manifestations of diphtheria, including “pseudo-membranes” covering the trachea, severely impairing breathing. The exotoxins exuded by Corynebacterium diphtherium can also cause thick, thrush-like patches in the pharyngotrachea.

Pediatrics: The Hygienic and and Medical Treatment of Children. Thomas Morgan Rotch, 1901.

(via biomedicalephemera)

fezgod:

Pink Floyd - Another Brick in the Wall - 1979.

fezgod:

Pink Floyd - Another Brick in the Wall - 1979.

(via ladrilho)

dieselotherapy:

*circulation returning after episode of Raynaud
Raynaud's disease is a condition that causes some areas of your body — such as your fingers, toes, the tip of your nose and your ears — to feel numb and cool in response to cold temperatures or stress. In Raynaud's disease, smaller arteries that supply blood to your skin narrow, limiting blood circulation to affected areas.
Women are more likely to have Raynaud’s disease. It’s also more common in people who live in colder climates.
Treatment of Raynaud’s disease depends on its severity and whether you have any other health conditions. For most people, Raynaud’s disease is more a nuisance than a disability.

dieselotherapy:

*circulation returning after episode of Raynaud

Raynaud's disease is a condition that causes some areas of your body — such as your fingers, toes, the tip of your nose and your ears — to feel numb and cool in response to cold temperatures or stress. In Raynaud's disease, smaller arteries that supply blood to your skin narrow, limiting blood circulation to affected areas.

Women are more likely to have Raynaud’s disease. It’s also more common in people who live in colder climates.

Treatment of Raynaud’s disease depends on its severity and whether you have any other health conditions. For most people, Raynaud’s disease is more a nuisance than a disability.

(Source: youtube.com, via medicalexamination)