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تملي علينا عاداتنا الاسلامية والقطرية والعربية، مد يد الصداقة والدعم لاخواننا الذين هم في أمس الحاجة الى ذلك، ومشاركة نعم الله علينا مع الآخرين ومع أجيال المستقبل - موزا بنت ناصر #ابشروا_بالعز_والخير #تعليم #أخلاقنا #قطر_العز “Our Muslim, Qatari and Arab traditions demand that we proactively reach out the hand of friendship and support to those who are most in need. To share our blessings with others and also with future generations.” - MbN #qatar #akhlaquna #weareqatar #education
That feeling you get when you stub your toe! 😳 . This is an intense case of a traumatic foot injury after the patient jumped off a bridge! The foot was able to be saved after an emergency surgical intervention! . Anatomical Relevance: the foot is comprised of 26 bones, 33 joints, and over 100 muscles, tendons, and ligaments. It is innervated by many deep and superficial nerves. The deep nerves are used for motor functions while superficial (cutaneous) nerves are used for sensation and are found all around the top and bottom of your feet. . The motor nerves originate from the tibial nerve which gives rise to the medial and lateral plantar nerves. Each of the cutaneous nerves are comprised of the superficial branch of the common fibular nerve on the dorsal side as well as the sural, medial calcaneal, saphenous, lateral plantar, and medial plantar nerves on the plantar side. All of these nerves, along with motor and sensory tracts that run along your spine are always being used to keep you aware of your surroundings (proprioception) and react accordingly. . Clinical Relevance: Cellulitis is often the first sign of a soft-tissue infection of the foot. In most cases, this marker represents an isolated localized skin infection but may represent a more severe process. Cellulitis usually originates from minor irritation of the skin, such as cuts or abrasions, but also develops from more severe puncture wounds or trauma. Group A streptococci are the most common bacterial contaminants responsible for soft tissue infections. Clinical presentation for cellulitis typically includes blanching erythema in the skin that is generally bright red and angry. On examination, a break in the skin is usually present; however, patients with venous stasis or lymphatic disease can develop cellulitis with no apparent tissue loss. . If you or a loved one feel like they may be experiencing these symptoms please ask us and contact your primary healthcare physician to prevent further complications. Stay moving and stay safe everyone! 🤓 . FOLLOW US & TAG YOUR DARING FRIENDS! . 📸 by @sarahdiffenbaugh
La cacería nunca se detiene! #EmprendedorExitoso 😉💪
Quand Angie tente de faire la poule...Scène du making of de ma nouvelle vidéo "Qu'est-ce qu'une maman poule?" : https://youtu.be/02BzNYrLQFE #maman #poule #mamanpoule #parent #education #humour