April 20, 2010 §
Welcome to Grand Rounds Vol.6 No. 30 here at the Sterile Eye (photo credit). The theme for this edition is Visual Communication. Some of the posts address this more directly than others, so to harmonize form and content I have chosen to represent the submitted posts not by words, but by 450×150 pixels each.
None of the images are taken from the posts, but are chosen by me because they in some way or other embody the subject of the different posts. Click on the images to read the posts. Enjoy! « Read the rest of this entry »
April 13, 2010 §
I’ll have the honor of hosting Grand Rounds Vol. 6 No. 30 on Tuesday April 20. Grand Rounds is the weekly round-up of the best health blog posts the web has to offer. Check out this week’s great edition over at .PARALLEL UNIVERSES..
Suggested theme is VISUAL COMMUNICATION, but all posts will be accepted. Send them to [my email] by the end of Sunday April 18. Put “Grand Rounds Submission” in the subject and please include the following in your mail:
1. Post title
2. Post URL
3. Short description of the post
4. Blog title
5. Blog URL
Hoist the sails. Posts away!
August 23, 2009 §
Base Hospital #33. Portsmouth, England. Fractured jaw alignment and immoblization apparatus.
Welcome to edition 304 of SurgeXperiences, the one and only biweekly collection of surgery-related blog posts.
The pictures in this edition are all from the US National Museum of Health & Medicine’s collection of public domain photographs, available at Flickr. Click on the pictures for larger versions.
Hope you enjoy both the pictures and the posts! « Read the rest of this entry »
August 10, 2009 §
I’m hosting the biweekly surgical blogcarnival SurgeXperiences on 23 August. Suggested theme this time around is “History” (photo credit). Please send in your posts by 21 August via this form.
Edition 303 is up now at Dr. Bruce Campbell’s Reflections in a Head Mirror blog. Be sure to check it out!
March 15, 2009 §
The hypophysis cerebri in position. Shown in sagittal section. Click to enlarge.
Welcome to edition 219 of SurgeXperiences, the one and only blog carnival dedicated to surgery! I suggested “anatomy” as the theme for this edition, and anatomy you’ll get. Gray’s Anatomy.
Now there’s a lot of really impressing and advanced medical illustrations available to students of anatomy and medicine today. But nothing appeals to me like the simple and effective lithographs that accompanied the early editions of the tome of anatomical knowledge that is Gray’s Anatomy. The 1918 edition is in the public domain, and is available in its entirety online. All illustrations here, relating to the submitted posts, are taken from this edition. So once again I present you with a very visual edition. Hope you enjoy it! « Read the rest of this entry »
February 27, 2009 §
I’ll have the honor of hosting SurgeXperiences for the fourth time on Sunday, March 15th. SurgeXperiences is the one and only blog carnival collecting blog posts on all things surgical.
Please send me your posts via this form by Friday, March 13th.
→ noun (pl. anatomies)
1. the branch of science concerned with the bodily structure of humans, animals, and other living organisms, especially as revealed by dissection and the separation of parts.
2. a study of the structure or internal workings of something: a detailed anatomy of a society and its institutions.
– origin late Middle English: from Old French anatomie or late Latin anatomia, from Greek, from ana- ‘up’ + tomia ‘cutting’ (from temnein ‘to cut’).
– Oxford English Dictionary
Edition 218 will be up at scanman’s notes on March 1st.
September 29, 2008 §
The 7th edition of season two of SurgeXperiences is up at Buckeye Surgeon, the blog of American general surgeon Jeffrey Parks.
SurgeXperiences is a biweekly blog carnival, collecting the best of the surgical department of the medical blogosphere. Check out season 1 here. Read this if you would like to host an edition (highly recommended! I’ve hosted three editions myself).
The next edition will be up on October 12th. No host announced yet. Submit your posts here.
SurgeXperiences ambigram created with Ambigram.Matic. Thanks to T for the tip.
September 14, 2008 §
Welcome to the 6th edition of season 2 of SurgeXperiences, the one and only surgical blog carnival. It’s my third time hosting this, and it’s been a very interesting each time. I initially came up with the theme “visuals” for this edition. But as the submissions started to flood my inbox, I soon abandoned it. So although I provide you with some visuals, the blogging this time is too diverse to box in.
The images in this edition are all microscopic photos of stained histologic sections and cytologic smears of different types of cancer. In all its horror, even cancer can at some level be beautiful. This edition of SurgeXperiences presents posts on both the beauty and horrors of the surgical world.
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September 1, 2008 §
Heart-lung machine in use during cardiac surgery.
On Sunday, September 14th I’ll be hosting the one and only surgical blog carnival SurgeXperiences for the third time. SurgeXperiences is a biweekly carnival collecting the best of blog post related to surgery (photo credit).
The theme for this edition will be “Visuals”. Interpret it as you like. All posts will be accepted. Start writing and submit your posts here by Friday, September 12th.
The current edition, called “Evidence”, is up at Scalpel’s Edge. Check out the schedule for season 2, and the season 1 archive.
June 22, 2008 §
Photo by Christophe MOUSTIER.
Edition 124 of SurgeXperiences, the one and only surgical blog carnival, is up at Notes of an Anesthesioboist.
This is the last edition of the first season of this truly unique biweekly collection of blog post related to surgery. The season finale brilliantly sums up the great variation of subjects and writing styles SurgeXperienes collects. Be sure to check it out!
All 24 editions of the first season are collected here. If you’d like to host an edition, contact carnival founder Jeffrey. He will also be hosting the first edition of season 2, on July 6th at his great blog Monash Medical Student.