⬆️Book vs. Movie🎬
I don’t really mind if I buy books with the movie edition cover, but I usually prefer the original covers😅Speaking of movies, I LOVE watching YA book adaptions (though a lot of them are disappointments. I don’t know why I keep doing this to myself). I totally agree with the “book is always better than the movie” statement, though I have to admit there is one movie that I feel defies that stereotype :) Love, Simon is just an amazing adaptation and despite the fact that I found the book okay, I found the movie so irresistibly good that I rewatched it like three times💕
☆彡Paper Towns- I think I watched this but I forgot 98% of the movie
☆彡Nerve- The movie was ehhhh it was alright
☆彡The Hobbit- It was pretty cool but waaaaaaay too long
☆彡Love, Simon- YES THIS WAS PERFECT
☆彡If I stay- I think I liked it and the movie edition cover is pretty 😍
☆彡Divergent- I guess it was alright??
What’s your favorite YA adaptation? ★
0 21 hour ago
Reflexology was experimented by a doctor Fitzgerald who found out the nerves that connect with our organs are on the surface of our feet. Here I am activating the nerves in my spine.
⏩Hypoglossal nerve damage on one side produces flaccid paralysis of the ipsilateral tongue musculature, accompanied by atrophy. ⏩An attempt to protrude the tongue results in deviation of the tongue toward the weak side because of the unopposed actions of the intact genioglossus muscle. ⏩This nerve controls all tongue movements. Nuclear or infranuclear lesions produce paralysis, atrophy, and fasciculations of the tongue on the involved side. Supranuclear lesions produce mild to moderate contralateral weakness that may be transient. ⏩The nuclei are dorsal and medial in the medulla. Supranuclear innervation is predominantly from the contralateral cortex and descends in the corticobulbar tract. The fibers leave the medulla and pass through the hypoglossal canal then innervates all of the intrinsic and extrinsic muscles of the ipsilateral tongue, except palatoglossus. ⏩Therefore, injuries to this nerve have the potential to affect a patient’s articulation and swallow substantially. ⏩The nerve can be transected during trauma or surgery but there are also several reports in the otolaryngology, anesthesia, and neurology literature concerning iatrogenic hypoglossal nerve palsy without direct nerve injury following tonsillectomy, laryngoscopy, transoral intubation, use of the laryngeal mask airway (LMA) tooth extraction,or poor body position. ⏩From cases reported in the literature, complete recovery of hypoglossal nerve function is expected within the first six months. Due to this progressive pattern of recovery, it has been postulated that the nerve experiences a neuropraxic injury and would therefore not benefit from intervention. ✅Most case reports describe the use of steroids for several days in the immediate postoperative period following identification of hypoglossal nerve palsy. ⏩The treatment of bilateral hypoglossal nerve paralysis, on the other hand, is more involved. These patients will have total loss of tongue movement, making speech and the voluntary initiation of swallow extremely difficult. @diagnose_it .
Turn on the post notification and don't mis even a single diagnostic case.
5 1,1959 hours ago
22/2. Pre-save “No Ammo” from the link in the bio.
All the good girls go to hell cause even God herself has enemies😇
5 9116 hours ago
Vagus nerve sandwich right here!
What you see here is the anterior Scalene and SCM (sternocleidomastoid) muscles. The blue highlighted nerve is the Vagus nerve, or Cranial nerve X.
These two muscles create the possibility of increasing pressure on the Vagus nerve in ipsilateral rotation and extension (ie. the right clavicular head of SCM and anterior scalene can compress the right Vagus nerve during this movement). As the scalene shortens/plumps and the SCM lengthens, they create the opportunity for irritating this cranial nerve as it passes.
What kind of symptoms may this cause? - Tinnitus - Lump in the throat - Chronic itching - Fullness in the ears - Dry throat, chronic cough
If you have patients with these symptoms, it may be related to these muscles and their influence on the Vagus nerve.
*** Introducing the president of the Migraine Surgery Society: Dr. Jeffrey Janis** Dr. Janis is full-time faculty as a Professor in the Department of Plastic Surgery at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. He is also Chief of Plastic Surgery at University Hospital and holds adjunct appointments as a Professor of Neurosurgery, Neurology, and Surgery. He operates at many hospitals in the Ohio State network and region.
He received his medical degree from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio, where he was inducted into Alpha Omega Alpha, the medical honor society. He completed his integrated plastic surgery residency at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas. Dr. Janis was then invited to join the faculty in the Department of Plastic Surgery at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center where he remained for 9 years, from 2003-2013.
Dr. Janis is the editor of “Essentials of Plastic Surgery” - a world-renowned best-selling handbook of plastic surgery, with a 3rd version coming out this summer. He was also recently named the editor-in-chief of PRS Global Open.
#Neuroblastoma is a rare type of cancerous tumor that's most commonly diagnosed in #Infants and children under age 5. It is extremely rare in people over age 10. .
The cancer begins in the early forms of #nerve cells called #neuroblasts . As a fetus develops, most neuroblasts grow and eventually become mature nerve cells, either before birth or in a baby's first few months of life, But #in case of #Neuroblastoma , the #neuroblasts#don 't develop #correctly . Instead of becoming mature Nerve cells, they #continue to #Grow and #Divide .... Sometimes, these abnormal neuroblasts die off during infancy; however, in rare instances, abnormal cells can accumulate and develop into tumors.... #Neuroblastoma is usually discovered when a parent or doctor feels or notices an #Unusual#Lump somewhere on the child’s body — most often in the belly, but possibly the neck, chest or elsewhere....
Nessa plays NERVE as watcher and writes “strangle your sister to death” as a joke.Then she realized it was her sister and got scared that she’ll actually do it. Nessa started spying on Roni and tried to stop her without telling her that she wrote the dare. She talked to Isaac about it.He said: Don’t worry she won’t actually do it, it’s a game”. But weird events have been piling up and getting her more and more worried. Then at the most unexpected time Roni started to strangle her.
Cc:Me (dm me if you want the NERVE colouring)
YouTube videos(clips): We’re being haunted, We’re being haunted again, super bad cops 2, 2017 bloopers -Merrell twins
3 4823 hours ago
Withered little leaf,
Broken but not weak.
Eyes speak the truth,
Of nothing but the ruth.
Fragile things don't hurt,
But this time she'll spurt.
Of what you did to her,
When she kept calling your sir.
Little girls won't have the courage,
That's how you did discourage.
When they become big girls,
Word by word everything unfurls.
It's time and she will react,
That's how karma shall enact.
- Steffi @gemini_illusion