Hamlet gross anatomy
Hamlet intently studies the 22 bones of the human skull

ELSINORE, DENMARK – Totally freaking out over his upcoming exam on the Head & Neck this week in Gross Anatomy, Hamlet has opted to “suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune” and begin intensely studying the anatomy and function of the human skull rather than drop out of medical school entirely, and, in doing so, has elected to study a real human skull than the plastic one provided in anatomy lab.  When asked which he finds easier to study, the bones of the skull or the cranial nerves, Hamlet merely sighed and said, “Aye, there’s the rub.”  Hamlet hopes to move onto the face & parotids tomorrow with his study partners Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, before powering through the eyes, ears, nasal cavity, pharynx, and larynx the day after that.  Hamlet is asking that if anyone spots the mandible for this skull to bring it to him promptly as he wants to make sure he knows where the mandibular foramen is down pat.  Hamlet added that failing this exam would be the “true tragedy” here.

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