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medstud15

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fixing a aneurysm or removing like a tumor from the spine?..

sorry for the wierd spelling and grammar..wouldnt know much of the actualy diagnosis names...im only in high school :D
 

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fixing a aneurysm or removing like a tumor from the spine?..

sorry for the wierd spelling and grammar..wouldnt know much of the actualy diagnosis names...im only in high school :D

Dude, read a book.
 

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hardest operation would be the one you're unprepared for.
 

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haha okay i totally forgot..somebodytold me that the hardest operation is every operation...yeah but i mean tedious whichdo you consider more complex...
 

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From what I've read, intracranial hemmorhages that occur in the middle or the lower parts of the brain, near the Cerebellum.
 
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