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    Sickle Cell Anemia Anatomy and Physiology 9/1/2014 Victoria Nimtz Definitions and History: Sickle Cell Anemia is a genetically passed disease. Instead of having normal disc – like red blood cells, a person would end up producing semicircular (sickle) shaped blood cells. This turns into a huge problem because the semicircular shaped blood cells block the blood flow within the blood vessels, which happen to carry inside them a protein known as hemoglobin, which ends up carrying oxygen from the lungs to the rest of your body. This is able to cause excruciating pain as well as ruining organs, because of this, a person will become more prone to getting infections. It is said that Sickle Cell Anemia has been present in Africa for…

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    Anatomy And Physiology

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    Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology Anatomy means the structure of the human body. Ana (making) Tomy (cutting.) Physiology means the study of normal human body’s functions. Physio (physical) Logy (study.) There are two different types of anatomy, which are Gross Anatomy and Microscopic Anatomic. Gross Anatomy refers to the structures that can be seen with the eyes. For example: the heart, the liver, and the kidneys. There are several subdivisions of Gross Anatomy such as; surface anatomy,…

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    Introduction As we all know, that anatomy is one of the historical subject and is still continuously being taught on due to its importance. The study itself begins as early as 1600 BC, with the emerging of Edwin Smith Surgical Papyrus. The study during this era is mostly description on some parts of the human body. During the time of Aristotle, dissection was implemented on animal and this leads to founding of comparative anatomy subject. It was not until during the reign of King Ptolemy that…

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    medicine as a career in my life. One unique thing about medical profession is, we can help to ease the person’s physical sufferings and can bring back smile on his/her face, and I feel it is very rewarding for us. Anatomy was my beloved subject in Medical school, and I always excelled in it. I enjoy the relationship of various structures to each other and cross-sectional anatomy. In the Medical school, my continued diligence granted me with distinction and first rank in the University in…

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    Becoming A Neurosurgeon

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    It takes many years of school and hard work to become a neurosurgeon. Minimum requirements to get a job as a neurosurgeon include four years of undergraduate school, four years of medical school, and three to eight years of internships and residency (okcareerguide). Even after all of the schooling, it is still difficult to become a neurosurgeon. A minimum entry for medical school is three years of college and most people entering already have at least a bachelor’s degree and many have more…

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    Radiologists are highly educated professionals. The road to a career as a radiologist typically begins with earning a bachelor's degree. Medical school prerequisite courses include biology, chemistry and physics. A number of undergraduate students opt to work or volunteer in medical settings to gain experience. The road continues with four years of medical school to become a physician. Medical school consists of two years of classroom education in the sciences, such as anatomy, pathology,…

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    draw my attention back into loving science and learning the material cause my to choose my major for college. I was trying to decide whether I should be a marine biology major or just biology. But then mind set changed again and that was when a doctor that help my older sister with her pregnancy and the passion that she had lead me to biology. The passion for helping other is what I want to do and I see that not a lot of people do that. Biology is about life and learning about it can help find…

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    1. Do you wish to include any comments (in addition to those already provided in your AMCAS application) to the Admissions Committee at Tufts University School of Medicine? Through my unconventional path to this point, I have encountered a number unique and broad experiences. Not all of these experiences have been becoming. Nonetheless, I have taken great strides to learn from these experiences and use them to make me into a better person. I also believe these experiences will shape me into a…

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    Becoming A Radiologist

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    Radiology seems like an amazing career to go into. Radiologists take X-rays of people and learn about the bones. Becoming a radiologist takes a lot of knowledge and work. Radiology requires a lot of work, such as an associates degree, passing a certification exam, and having skills in technology, math, and interpersonal connections. The skills and education needed to become a radiologist seems difficult. Radiologists need an associates degree, had to of passed a certification exam, and must have…

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    Through fumes of vaporized solder and copper wire, the diode flashed on. After weeks, my Bluetooth stethoscope had finally connected and was working like I had envisioned. The project started with a simple goal of hearing the same murmurs my preceptor heard during a cardiology rotation, but ended up answering an imperative question about my medical future. Radiology is my number one career choice because it incorporates my personal interests and compliments my individual strengths. I am…

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