Given the MPL system, it’s really a matter of how much you know relative to the people sitting next to you during the PLE.
Don’t think too hard about it. Time does not exist.
It’s the first Monday of e-nternship.
Third-year medical school is a whirlwind. Blink and you’ll miss it.
The last stretch is always the hardest, but we’ll make it to the end.
It’s free, accessible and open on Saturdays!
Hold on to your “why”. Keep going.
Time to wrap up this year. Here’s a dump of feels and words on my YL5 experience. A+, would recommend.
Originally posted on Goldilocksthedoc:
For the Intraperitoneal organs remember SALTD SPRSS (Pronounced Salted Spursss): S = Stomach A = Appendix L = Liver T = Transverse colon D = duodenum (only the 1st part, though) S = Small intestines P = Pancreas (only the tail though) R = Rectum (only the upper 3rd) S =…
Well here’s a long overdue post. Last May? 2016, I graduated from college with a Bachelor’s Science in Biology. I’d like to thank my mother, fam, friends, thesis partner, professors and the UP Manila community at large. And, of course, the Filipino people. I didn’t post about it so much because it wasn’t the end-all…