Linky Friday is Ordinary Time’s Friday tradition of compiling links from around the world and across the web straight to you. This week in Linky Friday: Blood and Guts, inside out, and recovery, soundtracked with music fitting the theme.
A pioneer in mind-body medicine has just passed away. What he could purportedly do is both fascinating and amazing.
We detached the sternocleidomastoid and infrahyoid muscles from their sternal and clavicular insertions. Then, I took a manual bonesaw and cut through the clavicles at their midlengths…
by Christopher Carr, the second part of a series on the dissection of human cadavers
by Christopher Carr, the first part of a series on the dissection of human cadavers
by Christopher Carr
Yesterday Andrew Sullivan linked to an item at WBUR’s Common Health blog, in which Dr. Mark Schuster, a tenured professor and pediatrician at Harvard Medical School and Children’s Hospital tells his story of being a gay man entering the medical field. (Though I am also on staff at Children’s, I am not personally acquainted with Dr. Schuster.) I read it with…