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Bacteria Mind Map

Authored By Julia Marr on Friday 31st January 2014

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Julia Marr
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Posted almost 5 years ago
Thanks, that's so nice to hear that you're finding it useful! I looked at a few apps to make mind maps and found that MyThoughts was the easiest/prettiest!
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Raul Juan Rodriguez Sora
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Posted almost 5 years ago
The notes and summaries are truly a work of love.
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Assma Murad
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Posted almost 5 years ago
so useful
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Marie Burgess
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Posted over 4 years ago
Caught in a nutshell.Excellent.
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Jo Duara
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Posted almost 5 years ago
you're brilliant!!! I need to find the program you're using to draw these out.
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Mr Jamie Dunn
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ST6 Urology - Derriford Hospital
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Posted over 3 years ago
I am 12 months of being a consultant...I have learnt about bugs countless times for countless exams...this is just THE best way I have seen it presented!
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George Costa
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Medical student - Federal University of Alagoas
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Posted over 3 years ago
This is what I call art!
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Mr Arran Ross Williamson
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Posted over 3 years ago
Are you using the software 'inspiration' for these maps?
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Julia Marr
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Posted over 3 years ago
I use a program called MyThoughts!
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Sam Beardsmore-Rust
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Medical Student - Kings College London
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Posted almost 4 years ago
This is really helpful, any chance of a high res / print quality version like some of your other posts?
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Julia Marr
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Posted over 3 years ago
I can if you tell me how! or I can email it to you if that would help? sorry for the late response, just saw these comments now :S
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Ricardo Costa Moura
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Medical Student - Ceará, Brazil
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Posted over 3 years ago
I loved it! It's a very nice work. Could you send it to email too? I would love to print it to use as a hand consult before my test hhehe my email is ricardo.c.moura@gmail.com .. Thanks!!
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tomas agostinho
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Posted about 2 months ago
Wow that is brilliante art please sent it to my email too. tomasrrr@yahoo.com.br
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Alexa Fiffick
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Posted over 3 years ago
Love this!
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Stephen Anand
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Posted over 3 years ago
Truly amazing!
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Peter Parker
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Posted almost 4 years ago
this is kinda stupendous
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karani byron
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Posted over 3 years ago
wonderful piece of work thanks
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Amir Yosef
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Research Fellow - Dana Farber Cancer Institute
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Posted over 3 years ago
useful, but the labels are tiny. Thanks for sharing.
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Ekisa Ijon
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medical student
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Posted over 3 years ago
What are your thoughts on this?wow... you have made it so easy to me in my revision...
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Effie Nailah
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Medical student - University of Nairobi, Kenya
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Posted over 3 years ago
I love this
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Mehak Zahra
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medical student - Nishtar Medical College Multan, Pakistan
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Posted over 3 years ago
This is amazing! Is there any way i can save it?
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Asra Alwandi
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Medical Student - St. Georges University, London
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Posted over 3 years ago
Awesome! Everything explained in a nutshell! I was wondering if, perhaps, you could also make an another resource explaining the pathophysiology caused by the different bacterial infections, with their management and laboratory investigations?
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Mahesh Patel
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Posted over 3 years ago
Nice work, concise and thoughtful. Can you email me high resolution at mbpatel101@gmail.com? Thanks.
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Merci Maria
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Nursing student
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Posted about 3 years ago
Dumb question: What's "KEEPPSYS"?
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Mohamed Raafat
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Posted about 3 years ago
How cwn i save this ?
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