May. 8th, 2009

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comminuted fracture
a fracture in which the bone is splintered or crushed

So, I intended to take three tests this week, and I have taken two. I made a 96 on the first anatomy test (skin and muscle) and 98 on the medical terminology test (muscle and skeleton). So that's going well, and the one that's left is the anatomy test over the skeleton. I am a little more worried about this one because the book goes into a lot of detail about some of the individual bones, much moreso than the medical terminology book. However, the notes that the instructor wrote imply that she does not intend to ask about, say, the individual names of the bones of the skull. (I can remember frontal, parietal, and occipital - after that I tend to get a little confused.) I have been making flash-cards to help me go over this a couple more times, but I'm probably overthinking it.
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... is "reach out" as a synonym for "ask" or "talk to" - aaargh. Last year it was only consultants and people like that that were using it; now all of a sudden they've started using it on CNN. It didn't surprise me as HR-speak but I don't want to see it become standard, because it just makes me want to scream.

OK, I need to quit ranting, I have a lunch date in Houston with Anth and Taq. Gotta go.


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