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    Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine is a private medical school located in Yakima, Washington. Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine was founded in 2005 and is a non-profit university. Osteopathic training is used in order to train the future physicians that will treat the communities in the Pacific Northwest and beyond. Becoming a part of the Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences student body begins…

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    earliest known description of the pancreas is attributed to Herophilus of Chalcedon (300 B.C.), a Greek physician deemed to be one of the first human anatomist and adopter of the scientific method (1). Despite Herophilus’s pioneering research on human anatomy, he received public criticism and was referred to as the ‘butcher’ of Alexandria – for his innumerable human dissections and gruesome vivisections performed before public audiences (2). The name ‘pancreas’ was later coined by Rufus (100…

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    Choosing A Medical Career

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    including: basic medical classes that cover molecular, cellular, and genetic based courses that are specific to medicine, added to this is is foundational science classes much like what you learn in college but at a much higher level, these include anatomy, cellular biology, immunology, and pathology. Also included is basic medical procedures such as how to give a physical exam, a huge portion of medical which goes over diseases and how to defend against them. These classes listed are just half…

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    to hear from upper medical students that it is something to be exposed to early because it is used and talked about it many areas of basic science research. Solving case studies was applicable because as I was learning about different systems in anatomy I was able to apply that knowledge in what seemed like the closest thing to a “differential diagnosis” situation for a year one medical student.…

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    There are many to choose from but I also must have the right prerequisites to get accepted into these programs. Some classes that are needed are like chemistry, biology, anatomy, physiology, microbiology and many more. In addition to classes I need experience working with patients, many schools require a minimum of 1000 hours of direct patient care. Another prerequisite is shadowing a Physician’s Assistant, this allows the…

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    While studying hard and doing all of the assignments may be sufficient to succeed at undergraduate college, successfully completing medicine requires a great deal. “Applicants and students will be judged not only on their scholastic achievement and abilities, but also on their intellectual, physical, emotional and behavioral capacities to meet the essential requirements of the school’s curriculum.” Today’s medical students are tomorrow’s physicians who will have the lives of many people one…

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    LOCOMOTION BY B. SIDELL ABSTRACT -- Puffins, one of the few wing-propelled diving birds, are specialized into a specific niche. By balancing the optimization of their bodies for locomotion between the two media of air and sea water created a unique anatomy for a bird. The evolution of Auks, which includes the puffin, shows a mixture of characteristics similar to those of the ultimate diving bird, the penguin, and the large-winged flyers, such as the pelican. Wing-propelled diving has evolved…

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    perfection of the human form that fifteenth century artists sought to immortalize. Driven by common humanist beliefs, sculpting a lifelike physique demanded knowledge and comprehension of anatomy beyond the barrier of human skin. Leonardo da Vinci along with many other artists used their fascination with anatomy and human structure to help shape the figures in their own art. Artists were often commissioned by physicians to create detailed drawings of the dissections. These diagrams were used as…

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    Drifting in Different Planes: Pilates inspired movements Many people who sought to Pilates exercises are often instructed to use many planes so as to work and move efficiently. Drifting in different planes basically involves proper execution and movement awareness as a part of the equation. The various planes have beneficial effects to movement in life. Many of these movements are performed through the sagittal plane where extension and flexion are executed. Examples of sagittal plane movements…

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    systems, and the components of the shoulder I do not feel confident in. A few reasons I chose the cardiovascular system are arterial blood gas volumes, pharmacology, and some of the test procedures. The concepts that are the most clear to me is the anatomy of the heart, most of the pathologies pertaining to the cardiovascular system, the pathology of the airway of the lungs, percussion and postural drainage procedures, airway clearance and coughing techniques, gait patterns and gait…

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