This Daily Doodle illustrates the anatomical position of the left kidney, which is located approximately 1 cm higher than theRead More →

To start off my Gross Anatomy Elective, I will begin with a review of embryology because I love embryology! ItRead More →

This Daily Doodle illustrates non-obstructive acute pyelonephritis, an acute inflammation of the kidney and renal pelvis, typically caused by bacterialRead More →

Uric acid is the product of the metabolic breakdown of purine nucleotides. It is composed of carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, andRead More →

This Pediatric Urology Daily Doodle illustrates the “3 Secrets of Life” to maintaining a healthy and happy bladder. The firstRead More →

Treatment of calculi depends on several factors, including size, location and composition of the stones as well as the patient’sRead More →

This Daily Doodle illustrates the differential¬†diagnosis of hematuria. A popular mnemonic =¬†“TICS”: T Trauma: trauma, foley insertion, foreign body, extensiveRead More →

Inspired by the artwork of Frank Netter and my experiences in the gross anatomy lab, this Daily Doodle highlights theRead More →