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I did a Craniotomy today!!!!!!! It was absolutely the most interesting procedure I have done yet and undoubtably my favorite thus far! Makes me seriously reconsider my path to becoming a Cardiovascular First Assist and maybe think more towards the Neurosurgery Specialty! A craniotomy is the surgical removal of part of the bone from the skull to expose the brain. Our patient had a Frontal Lobe Tumor that we removed and is now cancer free! What a successful day in the OR! :)

I did a Craniotomy today!!!!!!! It was absolutely the most interesting procedure I have done yet and undoubtably my favorite thus far! Makes me seriously reconsider my path to becoming a Cardiovascular First Assist and maybe think more towards the Neurosurgery Specialty! A craniotomy is the surgical removal of part of the bone from the skull to expose the brain. Our patient had a Frontal Lobe Tumor that we removed and is now cancer free! What a successful day in the OR! :)

Open heart surgery is amazing! Yes, I've had my hand on a heart in an open chest just like this one.

Open heart surgery is amazing! Yes, I've had my hand on a heart in an open chest just like this one.

cardiothoracic surgery

cardiothoracic surgery

Stethoscopes, Simplicity & Syrah - Surviving Gross Anatomy in Medical School - Stethoscopes, Simplicity & Syrah

Stethoscopes, Simplicity & Syrah - Surviving Gross Anatomy in Medical School - Stethoscopes, Simplicity & Syrah

I had my mother died of cancer at the age of fourteen. She's since become a doctor and I want to save people's lives.

I had my mother died of cancer at the age of fourteen. She's since become a doctor and I want to save people's lives.

Neurosurgery! what can we say about an open brain surgery that isn't impressive?  The brain tissue here is fully exposed after surgically removing a bone flap (craniotomy) and the dura mater overlying the brain.  Photo by @davidslopezp

Neurosurgery! what can we say about an open brain surgery that isn't impressive? The brain tissue here is fully exposed after surgically removing a bone flap (craniotomy) and the dura mater overlying the brain. Photo by @davidslopezp

You made it through medical school. You nailed your residency interviews. And now it’s here: Your first day of residency! Here is what to expect:

You made it through medical school. You nailed your residency interviews. And now it’s here: Your first day of residency! Here is what to expect:

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