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SM si a edtangieyminl se.sdaei ah'Tts wyh I dtn'di pick xeroct or tauas;mlh yhte era yerg .metrat I ckpedi udmlale esebacu I hte ptiinsreinlgmao snreev teraserv het uem.aldl I ssueg we rae stuj sdsoppue to seumas het oeitemlidanny is enhgpianp in the nso?p I dto'n .wkno

woodenspooninmymouth  Sorry, I meant to say that the pons would have the cell bodies for the pain/temp neurons, no? +




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submitted by seagull(1107),
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wyh" o'tnd uoy post twah 'eroyu dnogi bsacuee ts'i is"uocridul. -a-ltcau rwsnae

sympathetikey  Mam--mam. Put down the egg, mam. +15  
woodenspooninmymouth  I spent sometime in Guatemala last year, and someone told me that the egg thing is uncommon. What is common is giving their children a small gold bracelet. The bracelet is supposed to prevent the evil eye, dunno how. +1  
arcanumm  I think this is a terrible question, but "not a lot" of evidence to support what she was doing is what I had picked. I realize now that is a lie which must be why it is wrong: there is NO evidence to support it. +  


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I eeivebl ihts si lanCap yeonSmdr gnobccernohi( caonimrac + ehudatormi ttirisr.ha) lOyn wfla to htat si ahtt hte olpamunry ngfdisni t'dno plcefetry repntseer inop.mcoonuesse

dbg  it's just bronchogenic ca, type of adenoca, which is classically associated with 'hypertrophic osteoarthropathy' +  
woodenspooninmymouth  To get it for the test, remember that lung adenocarcinoma is associated with clubbing. Mechanistically, this woman probably had RA. Then she was exposed to asbestos. The asbestos in the context of RA lead to caplan syndrome. The asbestos also triggered her bronchogenic carcinoma. +  
step1soon  Then why isnt Rheumatoid Arthritis right? what comes first? bronchogenic carcinoma or rheumatoid arthritis? +  


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MS si a iannmeeldtygi eesid.as sh'atT yhw I tid'nd cpki xcotre ro husma;lta yteh rae ygre trmat.e I kdcpie adulmle beaceus I hte inmapgsitilnoer sreven vestrera hte .lmlaeud I ugses ew are tsju eoupssdp to muases hte eednoitilnaym si ipgnephna in hte snp?o I ndo't k.wno

woodenspooninmymouth  Sorry, I meant to say that the pons would have the cell bodies for the pain/temp neurons, no? +