Midfacial facial injeuct classification. Maxilla separated from the skull base along planes of injury. Described by René Le Fort (1869- 1951) in 1901
Rob MacSweeney of CritCareReviews.com finds himself in Fairyland. A very Irish Jellybean the week before SMACC Dublin
Bell’s palsy: Acute idiopathic unilateral paralysis of the facial nerve. Named after Sir Charles Bell and his description in 1827
So SMACC is nearly upon us. I wouldn’t like to be organising it. Paul Young is going and he is hilarious. And very smart. JellyBean be upon ye
Doug Lynch interviews Di Stevens, She responds to the use of the F Word. Feminism and Intensive Care. Women and Intensive Care.
William Warwick Wagstaffe (Sr) (1843-1910) was an English General surgeon and anatomist. Eponym: Wagstaffe-Le Fort Fracture (ankle fracture)
Wagstaffe-Le Fort Fracture: avulsion fracture of the medial aspect of the distal fibula due to avulsion of the anterior tibiofibular ligament attachment
René Le Fort (1869 – 1951) was a French surgeon. Le Fort classified facial fractures in 1900 and published in 1901
Robert Adams (1791 - 1875) was an Irish surgeon.
Vic Brazil; smaccGOLD with an insight on conflict between "tribes" in everyday working environment can adversely impact upon patient care.
ZDoggMD parodied the stereotype of the adrenaline-fueled ER doc. There's no truth to it, is there? Maybe you haven't heard of Deniz Tek?
Peter Safar Laws for the Navigation of Life. Bureaucracy - a challenge to be conquered with a righteous attitude, a tolerance for stupidity, and a bulldozer when necessary.