the volleyball chapter come to a close.
why such a short chapter, you ask?
well, my friend started playing before me. she would come and tell me her daily episodes of playing, which interested me. 
then, i also decided to join. we practiced and played. we were practicing for a tournament of sorts. 
we came to the arena to play a match against the other team.
sadly, we lost. 
after that, i’ve stopped playing.
but the exercising continues in the form of cycling and badminton.

the volleyball chapter come to a close.

why such a short chapter, you ask?

well, my friend started playing before me. she would come and tell me her daily episodes of playing, which interested me. 

then, i also decided to join. we practiced and played. we were practicing for a tournament of sorts. 

we came to the arena to play a match against the other team.

sadly, we lost. 

after that, i’ve stopped playing.

but the exercising continues in the form of cycling and badminton.

look into my ear.

To get practice at looking into people’s ears, I volunteered (mainly because nobody else would).

So we spent a good 10-15 mins letting everyone see my tympanic membrane through an otoscope.

Then, I got my chance to see someone else’s tympanic membrane.

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(What we are going to looking at)

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(a  simple diagram of what we are supposed to see)

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(What we actually see)

- Aouch MD

i Think I like the month of April this year. I’ve had many days off (long weekends).

indian general election is happening today. which means a day off for me (because i can’t vote here)

happy voting.

My ortho posting ended today.

I am somewhat sad.

The funny thing is (well its not really funny), I was the first one to see a patient and take their history in our one month span of posting and also I ended it by doing the same.

Next up is ENT. Something that I will really need to focus on this year.

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doctorswithoutborders:

Photo 2013 © Sven Torfinn
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doctorswithoutborders:

Photo 2013 © Sven Torfinn

Right now, many major drug companies’ business practices keep their own profits high while keeping medicines out of the hands of millions of people who need them. Until we change the way medicines are developed and marketed, too many people will go without needed treatment because quality medicines are not available to them.

SHARE THIS IMAGE to show you stand with Doctors Without Borders in calling for access to quality, affordable medical treatment for ALL.

This video is quite the watch .. although it doesn’t really apply to me.