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Paediatrics presentation

Discussion in 'Pediatrics' started by fatboy, Oct 30, 2007.

  1. fatboy

    fatboy Active Member


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    I have been asked to give a podopaediatrics 'lecture' on some common and not so common children's conditions.

    I know what i want to say but i don't know where to find pictures that illustrate my points (other than the articles and books where i learned them).

    Any help would be gratefully appreciated.
     
  2. Peter

    Peter Well-Known Member

    google images
     
  3. Tell us the points you are trying to make. Might make things easier.
     
  4. Boots n all

    Boots n all Well-Known Member

    Better still why not take your own photo's, they will be exactly what you want rather then close
    l recently made a short movie to fit in with a case presentation l gave on a child with Epidemolysis Bullosa, it worked great as it focused on the parts of the subject l wanted it to.
    Good luck with it
     
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