Sunday, October 18, 2009
Monday, September 14, 2009
Apa nak jadi ayahwang?
Mak ayah tu, tengoklah anak-anak. Doktor pun nak raya juga!
Maaf. Cuma nak lepaskan geram dengan orang kita yang tak serik-serik.
SELAMAT HARI RAYA MAAF ZAHIR BATIN.
Sunday, August 30, 2009
Saturday, August 15, 2009
I personally believe that mastectomy is a body mutilating procedure. But what option do we have? We have to get rid of the cancers and save the women.
If I ask you to choose between A (post mastectomy and cured of cancer) and B (maggot-infested cancer and imminent death), many of you will choose A.
Late reconstruction (the woman A)
Immediate reconstruction :
The nipple can be reconstructed later upon request.
Saya tidak berniat untuk menyinggung perasaan sesiapa yang mendapati gambar-gambar ini offensive atau memalukan. Niat saya untuk mendidik. Saya pohon maaf sekiranya anda berasa demikian.
Monday, August 10, 2009
Thursday, July 23, 2009
Saturday, July 11, 2009
After much persuation and explanation including by her sister (whom I thought I've seen before)she reluctantly showed me this;
Monday, June 22, 2009
Not everything that comes out of the anus is faeces
Saturday, June 6, 2009
Carcinogens are found in industries, drugs/medicines, clothings and most disturbing our foodstuff. Almost all factory-made food items contained some sorts of carcinogen. Some in traces, others full of them.
Monday, June 1, 2009
Monday, May 11, 2009
Bomoh bukan sebarang bomoh
Bomoh bergelar dari Keraton
Barah dirawat dengan surgeri
Sakit tidak berdarah pun tidak
Bahkan dirakam kamera VCD
RM 7000 dibayar pengeras diberi
The bomoh 'operated' on her. He 'performed surgery' to treat her cancer !
I tell you a story. A friend of mine sent his Mercedes to a mechanic. The next day the mechanic told him that he had changed the alternator and showed him the one that he had 'removed'. This friend took the rosak alternator home. Another mechanic saw the thing and said; ini bukan mercedes punya, ini Wira punya dah !
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
The first was taken on 17/02/2009, and the second was taken on 20/04/2009 They are 2 months apart. Name deleted.
This CT-scan film belongs to is a 50 year old lady (not a commoner) who presented two month ago with lower abdominal pain. She was diagnosed to have ovarian cancer and was adviced (by the gynaecologist) for surgery and chemotherapy.
She went off AOR (at own risk), refused the treatment and opted for the bomoh 'therapy'.
Back to this lady, she came back to me 2 months later with intestinal obstruction. The intestine was blocked completely by the cancer. She could not eat or drink, vomitted her stomach out. She now agreed for anything, belahlah, colostomy pun tak apa !
But everything was too late. The tumour was not resectable; anyway I did I could do to help her. And she now is counting her days.
Kadang-kadang terfikir juga, apa salahku? Mungkinkah aku tak tahu nak explain apa dia kanser. Mungkinkah aku kena cakap ...Makcik, kalau tak rawat ini, makcik mati dua bulan lagi.
In Kelantan, this bomoh things are killing more people than what the Mat Rempits do on the road. Nak salahkan siapa ?
Ada orang kata ............ ini budaya kita.
Ada juga yang kata ..... ini mentaliti dunia ketiga
Janganlah kata.............. Melayu mudah lupa
I saw TV9's Tanyalah Ustaz 3 days ago. Ustaz Amran Kasimin answering questions, very interesting.
Tuesday, April 7, 2009
COMMON SENSE !!!!
COMMON SENSE !!!!
Sunday, March 8, 2009
Sunday, February 15, 2009
Monday, February 2, 2009
Saturday, January 24, 2009
Last week I joined my gynaecologist operating on this patient; inserting bilateral ureteric stents and assisted him in his surgery. The patient was an elderly lady with advanced ovarian cancer. She had earlier seek treatment for a progressively enlarging abdominal mass and lower abdominal pain in a nearby public hospital. She went to the gynae clinic there; saw one MO (medical Officer - ? trainee gynecologist) who did an ultrasound scanning. Detecting the mass, he requested for a CT-scan examination. During the next visit, CT was done and she was seen by another MO and was asked to come at a later date to see the gynecologist in-charge. On the given date, she came but this time she was seen by another MO and no decision was made. She was then given another date. The time interval from the first to the last visit was four and half months. Upset with the long wait, her childrens later decided to bring her to our hospital; saw our gynaecologist on one day, admitted her and got the CT-scan and IVU done on the next day, TAHBSO surgery on the day after. Now, she is awaiting her chemotherapy.
Look, I am neither comparing (the efficiency or what) nor advertising; but to highlight the attitude of some of our doctors in dealing with cancer patients. When you suspected a cancer, you should put high priority in the case, deal with it 'urgently' . You are not dealing with a reducible inguinal hernia or a lipoma where you can take your sweet time and schedule the surgery electively at the end of your long elective surgery list.
No wonder we are seeing advanced diseases with poor prognosis !
Kalaulah orang lain buat benda macam ini pada kita atau orang kesayangan kita, tentu kita marah. Jadi rawatlah pesakit kita sebagaimana kita mahu dilayani atau dirawati.