About Indeterminate Causality

Indeterminate Causality is a collection of some of my comics, doodles, and sketches. It's a commentary on life, situations we all find ourselves in, the world of medicine, being a guy, and interpersonal interactions, with a slant towards making scenarios as amusing as possible. Updated Monday-Wednesday-Friday (I try, sometimes its difficult with school/exams and such).

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Friday, July 13, 2012

Replace It

193 Replace It

No, seriously, use colon. Why? Normal colonic mucosa is columnar, and when constantly stimulated by stomach acid, will undergo metaplasia. And what does it turn into? Squamous epithelium, which is exactly what we want there.

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