June 20, 2008 § 2 Comments
An English speaking reader sent me this question:
English speakers tend to go for something like “Oisteen”, but here is the correct pronouncation:
Ø like the U in Urge.
Y like in Yeti.
ST like in STone.
EIN like in EINstein.
Øy-stein with pressure on the Y. Øystein is an old norse name, and the original meaning is lucky stone/stone amulet. Øystein I was king of Norway from 1103 to 1123.
June 20, 2008 § 13 Comments
Today, seven videos I’ve made of diagnosis and treatment of sarcomas were published on www.oncolex.org. Working on these videos has been especially interesting, as sarcomas are a very rare form of cancer, and because of all the devoted specialists I’ve gotten to know. « Read the rest of this entry »
June 2, 2008 § 4 Comments
I haven’t been blogging much lately, but it’s not a planned break, blogger’s block or anything.
As the summer is drawing nearer I find myself spending the evenings outside with the kids or running in the woods (photo credit), and less time in front of the computer.
There’s a number of surgical videos that are scheduled for to be published in June, and I’ll surely post on that. I also have a few other posts I’m planning to write, and something that demands a post might of course happen, but I reckon I won’t be entirely back on track until the end of the summer.