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givemeinternet:

A strong independent dog who don’t need no man
duarteinacan:



carl-ye-west:

MRI of an entire body, head-to-toe


This was, however, “flipped” from how we usually see an MRI. Supposedly we look at MRI scans with the patient’s feet toward us and the patient’s head away from us. Why is it important if it’s a slice? Well, if you look at a “slice” from the abdomen from above (patient’s feet away from us) you will see the liver on the right side (like in this image). We see, however, the other way around with the liver on the left side of the scan.
schoolfact:

this blog will make you laugh your ass off!

departured:

my greatest talent is being able to watch 5 years worth of a tv show in one week


breakinq:

vertical/photo blog