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Tuesday, February 20, 2007

I was tagged by my buddy Matt

Rules of the Game:1. Find the nearest book to you.2. Name the book and author.3. Turn to page 123.4. Go to the fifth sentence on the page.5. Copy out the next 3 sentences and post to your blog.6. Tag three other people.

Campbell's Urology by Walsh, Retic, Vaughan, and Wein

"An abdominal plain radiograph is most often referred to as a KUB (kidney's, ureters, and bladder). An anteroposterior radiograph of the abdomen may also be referred to as a scout film before the administration of IV contrast material for an IV urogram. A plain radiograph of the abdomen and pelvis includes the area above the adrenal glands and extends to 2cm below the symphysis pubis."

3 comments:

MattG said...
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MattG said...

Excellent! Your book puts everyone elses to shame, except for my Nephew Jordan's use of the Bible...I think he trumps.

Speaking of abdominal plains, I'm having a sort of plain right here in my stomach.

Thanks for playing. You're brilliant.

Fred said...

Constitutional Law
Chemerinsky

"Much is made of the fact that almost all the poultry coming to New York is sent there from other states. But the code provisions, as here applied, do not conern the transportation of the poultry from other states to New York, or the transactions of the commission men or others to whom it is consigned, or the sales made by such consignerees to defendants. When defendants had made their purchases, whether at the West Washington Market in New York City or at the railroad terminals serving the city, or elsewhere, the poultry was trucked to their slaughterhouses in Brooklyn for local disposition."

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