July292014
ragincontagion:

A Colles’ fracture is a fracture of the distal radius bone above the radio-carpal joint without involvement of the ulnar bone resulting in a posterior and radial displacement of the hand. It’s usually the result of someone trying to break a fall on their outstretched arm and has a high prevalence among patients with osteoporosis.

ragincontagion:

Colles’ fracture is a fracture of the distal radius bone above the radio-carpal joint without involvement of the ulnar bone resulting in a posterior and radial displacement of the hand. It’s usually the result of someone trying to break a fall on their outstretched arm and has a high prevalence among patients with osteoporosis.

(Source: img.medscape.com, via medicalexamination)

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hannibalmorelikecannibal:

Hannibal: the Musical at SDCC

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kingofdaydreams:

If anyone ask why I love this show so much I will show them this. This show has so many good messages that I’ve tried to act out in my own life. I love this show

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narutooth:

neptunain:

can someone from the science side of tumblr explain this

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covalent bonds

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Is this yours? 

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geeky-sova:

Tyler Hoechlin discusses fanfiction.

[ x ]

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Sleepy Hollow season 2 clip

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medievalpoc:

1800s Week!
Ilya Repin
Negrityanka (Negress)
1876
Russian Museum, St. Petersburg
thetimewhenyou submitted to medievalpoc:



Since it’s a 19th century week, I wanted to share something I saw in the Russian Museum in St. Petersburg. I really don’t know much anything about this painting, exept that it’s probably painted either in St. Petersburg or in Paris, where Repin moved in 1876. Here's the wikipaintings page of the painting, and this is where I found the image.





Orientalism

medievalpoc:

1800s Week!

Ilya Repin

Negrityanka (Negress)

1876

Russian Museum, St. Petersburg

thetimewhenyou submitted to medievalpoc:

Since it’s a 19th century week, I wanted to share something I saw in the Russian Museum in St. Petersburg. I really don’t know much anything about this painting, exept that it’s probably painted either in St. Petersburg or in Paris, where Repin moved in 1876. Here's the wikipaintings page of the painting, and this is where I found the image.

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