“What? You didn’t go to the autopsy last semester? You haven’t been in an autopsy yet? That’s too bad. I’ll take you there today”
[Calling2 somebody, speaking Russian]
Well, sadly all the patients in the hospital are still alive, so there will be no autopsy today..
“Pay attention that cerebral form of Rheumatic Fever is common among children age 7-10. There’s this one case, a schoolboy was diagnosed with rheumatic fever. It was treated, but the doctor failed to notice about the damaged blood vessels especially brain vessels caused by the rheumatic fever.
So this child went to school normally. Few days later, the child had an examination/test, and as the increasing flow of blood to the brain, his brain vessel ruptured causing hemorrhagic stroke. That student successfully died.”
We don’t have enough histological slide number 143 – the heart valvular cusps in acute verucose endocarditis. It is because not many patient died due to first attack of the acute verucose endocarditis, therefore we don’t have enough specimen.
Therefore, if you find out somewhere in Nizhny Novgorod someone who died due to acute verucose endocarditis, give me a call. We’ll go to the morgue at night and snatch the body.”
Well, aku tak tau la dia ni joking ke ape, tapi muka dia muka dia masa cakap benda2 di atas ni mmg serius la. Adei..
Tapi Prof.Kuznetsov mengajar mmg best. English dia mmg mantap, dan buat pertama kalinya aku faham apa2 yang diajar dalam subjek Pathologic Anatomy!
Dan exam bulan depan! Huaaaaa!