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- Describing the anatomy of the breast
- Describing the lymph node drainage of the quadrants of the breast
- Demonstrating the examination of the breast
- Demonstrating the examination of the axillary and supraclavicular lymph nodes, including palpating anteriorly, laterally, posteriorly, and medially.
- Demonstrating technique to teach the patient a self breast examination.
The lovely house stood surrounded by 150 year old mahogany trees. As we toured the garden we saw citrus, spice, fruit & flowering trees along with palms, a fishpond and the family's own kitchen garden.
There were tortoises wandering the grounds, although most are kept in a seperate secure area so as not to cause too much damage to the plants.
On several of the Frangipan trees we saw colourful caterpillars, about ...
... is also much clearer, so we are jumping in 3-4 times/day instead of once or twice. We also have a easier access to amenities. We soon decided to go on a hike up mount Qua Qua with three other boats. Very beautiful, very slippery, quite dangerous actually. You'll see the pictures. Oh- I can’t forget to mention that Rafiki has kneeboards and wake boards…..will the kids be able to stand up??
Do you sat CaRIBbean or do you say CaribBEan? We've heard locals say it both ways. Ship didn't dock until noon. Trivia was held in the morning and we were pretty bad, some of our team didn't come. Grenada isn't as dry as the other islands, there is a volcano. It is known as the spice island. 22 miles by 12 miles big. Calabash, pigeon peas, passion fruit, cashew, papaya, almond trees. Nutmeg. Red stuff is mace. Pod used for jam jelly and syrup. Shell is mulch. Nutmeg is ...
... beating that loudly. I saw the blue, the deep blue see. For miles around me. I looked up and could vaguely make out some of the sun's rays above me as it pierced through the water. I had done it, I had finally done it. I had overcome my fear of drowning and of the deep blue sea. I was down there on the sea bed. HOLY ****.I suddenly realized, I was out of breath. I had 30 feet to go, and I could barely breath. I struggled. I tried reaching out for the top of the ...
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