In the first few weeks of the class, we presented a for the pictorial essay. This proposal included our recreated image of the cover of the Alice in Wonderland book, which you can view in the top left, above. We worked as a team on the image, with Adam locating the images and designing the background, and Vanessa extending the tree so it matched the original cover of the book more closely. Clicking on the image will take you to an online version of Alice in Wonderland.
PHYSICS IN THE AGE OF FAKERYA pictorial essay
Physics and physicists in the Twenty-first Century
Physics in the Age of Fakery: A pictorial essay
[An icon of modern-day physics : Columbia University physics professor and Physics Phenom Brian Greene who believes that until physicists achieve rock star status, the will not "jump" to the next level. He is helping the civilization take that step. As an unintended side effect, his personal wealth is increasing apace.]
I hope that you will enjoy the little pictorial essay that follows:
USG of the breast is now an established modality. It is used in the characterisation of focal breast lesions as well as in the primary evaluation of mammographically dense breasts. It helps guide biopsies as well. We present a pictorial essay on the role of USG in various breast pathologies
Agarwal R, Khan A, Garg M, Aggarwal AN, Gupta D. Pictorial essay: Allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis. Indian J Radiol Imaging [serial online] 2011 [cited 2016 Jan 20];21:242-52. Available from:Acute leukemia is the most common malignancy in childhood, which mainly involves children less than 15 years of age. The growing skeleton is the main site of involvement in children. Leukemic cells proliferate within the massive red bone marrow in children. So besides the pallor, petechia, purpura and ecchymosis in the skin and mucosal surfaces, bone pain and other bony lesions are other manifestations of leukemia.
On the other hand, bony lesions are more prevalent in children than adults with no poor prognosis in comparison to patients without bone lesions. These bony lesions may precede other laboratory tests so familiarity with these presentations is very important for earlier diagnosis.
In this pictorial essay, we tried to gather the most common bony lesions that may be seen in acute leukemia in different cases admitted to our hospital with general malaise and localized tenderness and discomfort leading us to perform plain X-ray for further evaluation. Finding these bony lesions helps clinicians to reach the diagnosis quickly. These findings include metaphyseal lucent band and erosion, periosteal reaction, small lucent bone lesion and permeative appearance, reduced bone density and collapsed vertebra.