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Saturday, December 3rd, 2005
3:03 pm
[mystery_chick25]
Medical Terms by Alpha order
Here's the alpha order ones with no repeats and with some defined. ;)

Please don't repost else where!
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3:01 pm
[mystery_chick25]
Medical Terms
Here's my collection of medical terminologies (conditions/treatments/medications/procedures/diseases) Both by episode and by alpha-order. I've started defining some of them but... the process is a slow and not so steady one because RL's getting in the way. ;) There are probably hundreds of spelling erorrs in there, please ignore them. heh

Please don't copy and repost elsewhere.

Because it's way to long...

ETA: okay I guess not. Here's only by episode order (because together the post is "too large" and LJ wont' elt me post.
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Monday, November 21st, 2005
4:48 pm
[leaper182]
Medical Summary: PILOT [1x01]
*BARE BONES* -- by hawkeyecat
PATIENT OF THE WEEK:
-Patient unable to speak, brain tumor suspected at Trenton General. Treatment: radiation.

-Lesion shows on MRI. Possible causes: aneurysm, stroke, other ischemic syndrome. Creutzfeld-Jakob disease, Wernickie's encephalopathy. Diagnostic procedures: redraw bloodwork, contrast MRI (involves injection of gadolinium).

-Allergic reaction to gadolinium. Treated with epinephrine and tracheotomy.

-Theory: cerebral vasculitis. Treatment: high-dose prednisone. Status: improves.

-Patient history for genetic and environmental causes. Mother had a heart attack, father broke his back. No mold found in classroom, only pet a parrot. Theory: psitticois. Rejected--none of the students sick.

-Patient seizes, disproving vasculitis theory. Heart stops during seizure, shock administered. Is later on an oxygen mask.

-Theory: No idea what the cause is. Vascular problem, patient has a week. Infection, a few weeks. Tumor, two months at most. Treatment: stop all treatment, gauge how rapidly she deteriorates.

-Go to patient's home. Dog has fleas, no drugs found, ham in fridge.

-Theory: tapeworm. Treatment: patient refuses treatment until given proof. Diagnostic procedure: X-ray her thigh. Results: worm shows on X-ray. Patient agrees to treatment of albendazole twice a day, with food, for at least a month.

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EPISODE: Pilot
EPISODE INFO: Season 1, Episode 1
FORMAT: Quoted from Script using Transcript By Taru.
WORD COUNT: 2,495
DISCLAIMER: I do not own any of the characters used in this medical summary, and I made no money from this. This is intended to be an aid for writers attempting to write medical mysteries in fan fiction and other formats.
NOTES: This is NOT a complete transcript of the episode. Text has been deleted to leave the pertinent information.
NOTES 2: In an effort to make it easier to read, I have replaced the characters included in the regular cast to their initials. To whit:

AC - Allison Cameron
EF - Eric Foreman
GH - Gregory House
JW - James Wilson
LC - Lisa Cuddy
RC - Robert Chase

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Current Mood: busy
4:00 pm
[leaper182]
Inaugural Post
Hello, and welcome to medical_house.

I basically started this community because I noticed that while a number of people had episode transcripts and screen captures, and all of that business, no one seems to have made a community about the actual medical terms used on the show, how House and his ducklings go about their diagnosis, and other such things plotty.

Considering the start of gen_house, I figured it would help to have reliable medical summaries of each of the episodes in question.

However, it is important to note that I myself have no training as a medical doctor. I haven't even attended medical school, nor do I wish to. However, considering that there is a decided lack of plot-based fiction in the House fandom, most likely due to the fact that people feel uncomfortable about writing fiction where they don't know the correct procedures that would be done on the show, I decided making this community would be a good idea.

Also, I am a poor, lowly college student, and don't have money to blow to make this community a paid one. As a result, I can't do polls like I would like, so I will have to improvise.

1. Is there anything you would like to see in this community?

2. Should any medical summaries posted to this community be:

A) copied-and-pasted from a script in order to show evidence that something was included in an episode?
B) the bare facts of what happens in the episode to show what happens without clutter?
C) Something else? Please comment.
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