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[May. 9th, 2007|04:13 pm]
Artur Bergman
Today I moonlighted as a medical professional..



while taking photographs of Quinns surgery for the magnet

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[User Picture]From: pocketnovel
2007-05-10 12:57 am (UTC)
You would be a terribly cute doctor! What a fascinating photo series.
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[User Picture]From: crucially
2007-05-10 12:58 am (UTC)
awwww thanks :)

for a slightly more gory set of pictures, here is from my surgery (taken by quinn)

warning, gory

http://www.flickr.com/photos/crucially/sets/72157594572795980/
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[User Picture]From: pocketnovel
2007-05-10 01:09 am (UTC)
That is so weirdly enthralling. I'm flipping through the set going, "No way, the tumor's that huge thing. No way. Look, they're just cutting around it. No--OH SHIT HERE IT COMES! IT IS!"

It's neat you two traded photographing surgeries. How did the doctors feel about the photography?
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[User Picture]From: crucially
2007-05-10 01:10 am (UTC)
It is weirdly enthralling, it made me realise 3 things

the body is amazingly tough
life is amazingly fragile
medical science has come a long way

the doctors where cool with it, i think both of them found it amusing :)
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[User Picture]From: wcu
2007-05-10 05:49 pm (UTC)
why was there a magnet inside of this person?
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[User Picture]From: crucially
2007-05-10 05:50 pm (UTC)
So she could feel electric currents, and pick up magnets easier.
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