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    pusareus
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    I just found this video and don't recall ever seeing it. A physician is having a cyst removed from his scalp by his assistant or PA or someone who works for him. He instructs (read as bosses) her through the entire procedure.I think the PA is great and I shall reserve judgement about the MD.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aR_khJLtz4g

    #97666

    BigTull
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    This is where it used to be:

    http://www.popthatzit.com/2010/04/cyst-excision-of-scalp/

    but YT says it's a private vid now.

    I would post it and tell H.S. that the old link is dead.

    #97667

    pusareus
    Participant

    BT: If I knew how to post it, I would gladly do it, but I barely know how to operate a computer. And….now I have a new computer. My old one was 8 years old and extremely slow, etc.], so I decided that I would treat myself to a new one during the post Christmas sales. I bought the least expensive one that Staples had – it is an "all in one" without a tower. Even though it was less money than my last one, it is far too advanced for a non-tech person like me. I keep saying that it is as if I had purchased a semi-trailer for going to the supermarket and the beauty salon. I probably should take some lessons, but right now, I have no time. If you wish to post it, please, be my guest.

    #97669

    Anonymous

    Do yourself a favor and create the restore CDs. Once you do this just go to town and explore your new toy. You won't break it and a good way to learn is to just sit down and play. If you want I can get you some 'follow the leader's type product that you can use to help you learn.

    Many years ago (1995) I bought my first computer. It had windows 95 on it and from day one I had nothing but problems with it. It kept shutting down with weird error messages. I spent 73 hours (I got my phone bill) with tech support clicking on everything under the sun. It turned out to be a hardware issue and the computer needed to be exchanged but I learned a lot.

    I later got my Microsoft Certs and had my career in computers. But I knew nothing until I just played around with it.

    You won't break it and worst case scenario is you restore windows. Just dive in

    #97672

    BigTull
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    @ pusareus: Go to the top of the page and click on Popology 101. H.S. has step by step instructions on how to post. You know how to copy and paste, so you can do this.

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