Saturday, April 11, 2009

New Urology Blog -M/A's Perspective

I found another neat urology blog but from a different perspective. The author is a medical assistant in a urology office. I enjoy her writing and of course can relate to much of it because of my own urological experiences.

It's called "A Day in the Life of a Medical Assistant ...tales From the Urology Office"

I've added a link to it in my urology blogroll section.

9 comments:

Dr. Deb said...

Came by to wish you a Happy Easter

SeaSpray said...

Happy Easter to you too Dr Deb. :)

Uro*MA said...

SeaSpray, I am so wonderfully excited that you posted about me. It really made me warm and fuzzy inside!! I do hope that you had a very awesome easter! Don't worry I will keep you completely regaled with tales from the urology office!

SeaSpray said...

Hi Uro*ma-My pleasure. My urology antennae go up around all things urological because I was immersed in that world for these last few years. :) I enjoy your writing/stories and can relate..even without a penis. :)

I look forward to more.

have fun with it. :)

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Journal of Urology said...

You should also check out The Urology Journal, it has lots of detailed urology case studies from around the world.

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