Until I intern next…more junk food to rot your brain!
Well, hey, my arm hurts, too, but I’M not complaining. Sissy.
If I were that doctor…
Yeah, that would be me.
Ah. The intricacies of the modern world.
My journey as a teenage medical intern…
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We should first start out with the awesome, so…I got scrubs! PINK scrubs. Pink, extremely comfortable, scrub-like scrubs. I wanted to take a pretty picture of myself in said scrubs, but they all turned out weird. Not like I took the photo shoot seriously or anything. Enjoy the insanity.
Don’t judge me.
Anyways, today’s day at the clinic was marvelous. I did the usual (preparing rooms, bringing patients to the rooms, making them comfortable), and I shadowed a few of Dr. Lee’s appointments.
One man got an otoplasty recently, and Dr. Lee had to remove a scar which had formed in his ear. He is going to perform a skin graft on him later this week, removing skin from the back of the ear to the area the scar had once covered.
Obviously, the patient had some concerns like whether the graft would be noticeable, but Dr. Lee handled it well. I’m really excited to see the results of the procedure.
I’ve never seen a skin graft, so I’m curious as to whether it really is unnoticeable, as Dr. Lee claimed.
Other than that, the day was pretty laid back. Can’t wait to
wear my scrubs go again next week!