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brain bleeds / pendarahan otak karena kecelakaan.

In general, brain bleeds are characterized by there locations and what causes them. There are exceptions to everything though. In a case like this, if you were only give a photo of the brain, you may think this was a subarachnoid hemorrhage. A subarachnoid bleed in most instances is cause by a ruptured berry aneurysm. However, on closer inspection of the brain, you can see the blood is actually pooling above the arachnoid layer. This can be confirmed when looking […]

HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM

HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM Tweet #HealthHack In this time lapse video – we are witnessing a macrophage (white blood cell) engulfing microbial invaders during an immune response. Our immune cells can read our mind, record our focus & respond to electromagnetic waves passing through our mind (ie. thoughts & feelings). Thus, we can firmly control the function of our immune cells by controlling our thoughts & emotions. For example, when we experience negative emotions like stress, worry or […]

purge!

  Some of you recognized this as purge fluid! We do not see this in every dead body, but often this foul smelling, brown-red thick fluid comes out of a dead body- usually when we move it from the gurney to the autopsy table. The fluid usually exits the nose and mouth after the body is manipulated in some way due to internal decomposition and a build up of gases. ┬áThis is not due to trauma. This is a normal […]

raccoon eyes

When a forensic pathologist is performing an autopsy, they begin with the external exam. This is examining the entire outside of a body looking for evidence of trauma, natural disease and findings which fall within normal limits. While examining a patient, if the pathologist notices they have “raccoon eyes” or bilateral black eyes, they should not automatically assume the person was punched in the face. Though impacts to the nose can cause bilateral periorbital hematomas or blood clots, most of […]

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