Tuesday, 30 December 2014
at times her tongue was in and her lisp were together (which suggests to me that there are no nasal breathing issues). Her tonsils were not visible (small???). She seemed to easily be able to breathe through her nose. Parents report that she does snore a little. Her cheeks were pretty "puffy" looking, but she is a young child so it seemed like it could be just a baby face. On the inside of her mouth, her cheeks seemed really "thick".
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Is it fair to start patients when I will be leaving in 3-6 months.
Monday, 15 December 2014
"Because you know Phase One, most especially proficiency exam #1, you can build a decent foundation for a patient and then, even if they move or you move, they have the most important basic skills.
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