Siempre contigo, y siempre conmigo
Here’s to 111 years, and hopefully infinitely many more.
Cranioplasty is a surgical technique to repair damage to the skull caused by birth defect, illness or injury. Developed in the 1970s by George Blair, a dental surgeon, and Derek Gordon, a neurosurgeon, this method meant that repairs could be made which easily imitated the curves and shape of the skull, unlike previous methods which involved wiring and stitching. Moulds would be taken of the piece of skull to be repaired, from which a titanium plate is made. Titanium is a good material to use in this sort of surgery as it is extremely strong and durable, but also inert – so will not react with tissues and provoke an immune response. The bone plates and screws are also used to stabilise the skull.
At first I thought this was porn and then I realised it was Captain America and now I’m confused with life.
once a girl in my biology class asked if the sun had bones
once a girl in my history class thought george washington was the king of england
Once a girl in my health class asked “when a penis goes in a vagina does it go in silently? or click like a key in a lock?”
Once a girl in my geography class asked if Germany was in Russia.
Once a girl in my english class asked if the titanic really happened
And yet again we are proven that Jihyo is the most fearless.