What is left side pulmonary anomalous venous return? Pulmonary anomalous venous return is another rare condition I thought I would never now about, but now I need to know.
Left Partial Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Return is a congenital heart defect that is present at birth.
This defect is due to some of the pulmonary vein or veins incorrectly attaching to the heart’s right atrium or other blood vessels. The left side pulmonary anomalous vein should instead connect to the left atrium.Read More
How Is Disability Insurance Jerry-Rigged? How Is Disability Insurance Jerry-Rigged? Disability Insurance is a topic that is often not clear or well-defined in our society. The subject of disability insurance can make some people feel sad. Whereas, other people are in denial that they may incur a debilitating illness or injury. The reality, the Social…Read More
Mayo Clinic Social Media Summit Conference Scholarship Contest Revisited <meta name=”p:domain_verify” content=”51c8d7ff69cae008282ee71bc633ee71″/> HypoGal’s My Stories Mayo Clinic Social Media Summit Conference Scholarship Contest Revisited It has been over two years since I clicked away trying to win The Mayo Clinic Social Media Summit Conference Scholarship Contest. As I reflect on the last three years…Read More