Deep, dark, hole
|January 23, 2012||Posted by Melinda under Uncategorized|
I’m ducking into that deep, dark, hole that comes 5 days before a HUGE exam.
Of course, last time I said that I ended up posting on all sorts of interesting subjects
to avoid as an alternative to studying.
Maybe I’ll finally get the motivation to post on the bone, muscle, and tendon conditioning subjects that were reader requested a couple weeks ago.
BUT – if you don’t hear from me for a week or so, you can feel good knowing that I’m probably studying.
Or playing with Tess.
Or writing posts for Tess’s blog.
Or working out.
Or eating cookie dough.
Or randomly organizing my bike bags.
Or doing boot fittings.
All of which I did this weekend, while I was suppose to be “studying”.
See – this is why none of you are going to pay me as a veterinarian when I get out of school, because you know what I REALLY did during the most important/relevant block to equine medicine!!!!!!!! (muscle, tendon, bone, and locomotion). Do you REALLY want someone to treat your horse that doesn’t currently know the difference between the ulnaris lateralis m. and the common digital flexor m.?
I didn’t think so.
I don’t even know if those muscles EXIST on a horse.
I do know that the common digital flexor m. flexes the digits and in the dog divides for the number of digits (4) below the carpus.
And the ulnaris lateralis m. abducts the limb. I think.
Maybe I won’t fail this exam after all.