Spleen can have a wide range of anomalies including its shape, location, number, and size. Although most of these anomalies are congenital, there are also acquired types. Congenital anomalies affecting the shape of spleen are lobulations, notches, and clefts; the fusion and location anomalies of spleen are accessory spleen, splenopancreatic fusion, and wandering spleen; polysplenia can be associated with a syndrome. Splenosis and small spleen are acquired anomalies which are caused by trauma and sickle cell disease, respectively. These anomalies can be detected easily by using different imaging modalities including ultrasonography, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and also Tcm scintigraphy.
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Shapes of Stories - Creative Nonfiction
We all are shaped by our experiences in our lives. And the memories, good and bad have permanently altered our outlook towards our lives and future. We are nothing but a mind over matter that is a product of our experiences under specific circumstances in our lives. If our circumstances were any different our experiences would have been very different as well and would result in a different memory that will remain with us forever. Perhaps they lie dormant in our minds for long, but only until similar circumstance arises in our lives. I tend to draw some inspiration from the character Guido; Roberto Benigni played in the movie Life is Beautiful where in the second half of the movie he tries to create a totally different experience of a Nazi Camp for his son by telling him that they are participants in a game to collect points. In the end the son thinks he won the game while his father got killed in the process.
The Importance of Understanding of Self-knowledge and the Subconscious Mind
These words, penned by none other than William Shakespeare, consider how fate and destiny join forces to bring about a culminating, opportune, life-changing moment. For Shakespeare, the past is the introduction to our present lives, setting us up for the main event right in front of us. To be sure, Shakespeare was on to something, but without some reflection, viewing the past as prologue can lead to some dangerous places. The past is a complex concept, full of things that happened to us and things we chose, places we found ourselves in and places we went to, people who entered our lives and people we gravitated toward.
The Proctor family practically gave her a home to stay at while she worked there. The moment Elizabeth was accused, John immediately sought Mary for help since she was the one that gave Elizabeth the poppet. But at times, my parents would do something odd and bizarre, such as talk really loud or argue with an employee.