Overview of what
Overview of what geriatrics is and why it is important.
Thank-you such an insightful presentation!
Very lovely presentation on geriatrics. Thanks ??
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Have you ever wondered what’s under your skin? Like all organs of the body, your skin changes as you age, and care and prevention methods need to evolve with those changes. Understanding these changes can help you protect your skin and keep it performing at high levels. Join Mr. 70 and his guide Nurse Skinthority as they take a ride under the skin---literally!---to learn about what’s happening under the surface.
The basic normal
The basic normal structures of the skin discussed and described by a dermatopathologist. This material is intended for use by medical students, junior pathology or dermatology residents, or for anyone else studying normal human histology. Special thanks to two of my medical students at UAMS for helping make this video possible. Miki Lindsey convinced me that I really needed to sit down and record this video. Akash Patel took time to edit the video and make it ready for YouTube. My sincere thanks to both of them for helping me overcome procrastination. Huge thanks to Abigail Cline, a medical student at Medical College of Georgia, for volunteering to type a transcript of this ENTIRE video (over 14,000 words!) so that I could provide closed caption subtitles for those with hearing impairments and for those who may need assistance in understanding spoken English (particularly given how quickly I speak!).
Correction - I made a mistake in the video. I said that sebaceous gland secretions are turned into smelly substances by bacteria and that this makes body odor. That is incorrect. That is actually true of APOCRINE gland secretions not sebaceous secretions.
Please check out my Soft Tissue Pathology & Dermatopathology survival guide textbooks: http://bit.ly/2Te2haB
This video is geared towards medical students, pathology or dermatology residents, or practicing pathologists or dermatologists. Of course, this video is for educational purposes only and is not formal medical advice or consultation.
Presented by Jerad M. Gardner, MD. Please subscribe to my channel to be notified of new pathology teaching videos.
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Thank you so much for making these videos. I appreciate it so much!!!!! I am a dermatology resident in Germany and this is so much better than most clinics teach their residents. I love these videos and will hopefully get through all of them step by step. Greetings from Germany <3
Thank you so so much for this incredible video. I am a Derm Resident in South Africa and this is so so helpful!
You’re an amazing teacher. Please make more!