Category list : Anatomy and physiology
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Dark green urine after head injurySubscription
This patient’s urine was coloured green by the propofol he was given for sedation.
'Want to save lives? Register as an organ donor'Subscription
At the time of writing this, there are 6642 people waiting for a transplant.
An unusual skin graftSubscription
A pedicled flap is a skin graft that remains partially attached to the donor site and receives its blood supply through a stalk.
Uremic frost is seen in end-stage renal failure and is an indication for dialysis.
“Strong legs ‘help the brain resist the effects of ageing’,’’ the Mail Online reports.
“Could a vaccine replace the need for daily statins?” asks the Mail Online.
“Slim adults with a ‘spare tyre’ of fat around their stomach have a twice as high mortality risk than those who are overweight,” The Daily Telegraph reports.
“A brisk 30-minute walk five days a week is more effective than any other form of exercise for keeping weight down,” The Times reports.
A life-threatening side effectSubscription
A rare pediatric conditionSubscription