Before I begin slaving on Pathology (ha as if), it is customary to sit in front of the laptop.
Like what our elders usually say, tak baik melanggar adat.
Nanti kena panah petir. Then you guling-guling jatuh bukit. And then you fall into the ocean. And then a shark will rip you apart. And then you die a painful death.
So people. Tak baik melanggar adat *said in serious tone*
We have commed seminar on the 1st of July. WTH COMMED PUN SIBUK NAK BUAT SEMINAR.
And then Pathology test on the 5th of July.
And then Microb test on the 7th of July.
And then Medicine end of posting exam on the 9th of July.
Hmm…..those don’t include the daily viva and continuous assessment.
DAD I WANT TO GO BACK TO MALAYSIA ON THE FIRST WEEK OF JULY CAN O NOT?
Come what may lah. Too lazy too worry dah.
Today we had an interesting case. The patient had stroke, hemiplegia and parietal hematoma.
To non-medical students, silakan google sendiri the meaning of those words, I malas. Sekian terima kasih.
Not wanting to bore you guys on the medical stuff (actually it’s me that doesn’t wanna be bored by all those coz hari-hari kena dengar- I’m not that considerate to people lah pfft), that pak cik was so kesian!
Because when we tested his olfactory nerve (again, google sendiri!) by asking him to sniff on coffee, he could smell it but he couldn’t describe the smell because he didn’t know what it was 😦
To think we take Nescafe for granted *sighs*
Sometimes I think it’s not fair that some people are so rich yet some are so poor. Lagi-lagi in India they have the caste system (insert curse words). That makes the poor, well, forever poor. And the rich forever rich =____=”
To end this post, I shall illuminate you guys with a part of the Microb HOD’s lecture on our bad results for the previous test:
“To have success, you must work for it. But there’s one condition where success comes before work.
What is it?
It’s in the dictionary! Because S comes before W.”
Wahahahahaha he’s so funny!