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Wishful thinking on your part, but keep repeating those "facts" and maybe you trick some people...
pesky thing, those facts
Is that because you are are too simple to assign an appropriate PS yourself?
Awesome post, very well written too! I like how you started two of your sentences with " in...
In actuality, the patients and the parents feel more secure with an anesthesiologist taking care of...
There is a ulnar styloid fracture as well as scapholunate disassociation, indicating a likely fractured scaphoid but definitely an unstable wrist from
Well I just noticed I misspelled Pappenheimer
You just made those words up now didn't you?
To the OP ICU is correct, many people provide pain services in addition to surgical anesthesia. Some actually do only pain. As to your question about
I have absolutely no experience reading X-rays, but I'm guessing ulnar styloid fracture