User talk:Craskermasker

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August 2013[edit]

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  • artery<ref>{{Cite pmid|17571564}}</ref>. Occlusion of the arterial blood supply to the SA node (most commonly due to a [[myocardial infarction]] can therefore cause [[ischaemia]] and cell death

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Welcome to Wikipedia from the Medicine WikiProject![edit]

Welcome to Wikipedia and WikiProject Medicine

Welcome to Wikipedia from WikiProject Medicine (also known as WPMED).

We're a group of editors who strive to improve the quality of medical articles here on Wikipedia. One of our members has noticed that you are interested in editing medical articles; it's great to have a new interested editor on board. In your wiki-voyages, a few things that may be relevant to editing Wikipedia articles are:

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Feel free to drop a note on my talk page if you have any problems. I wish you all the best on your wiki voyages! Please be aware that, as a tertiary reference, Wikipedia avoids relying on primary sources, favouring current reviews, practice guidelines and textbooks as sources for our articles. This is particularly the case for medical assertions. WP:MEDRS provides more details. LeadSongDog come howl! 17:55, 12 December 2013 (UTC)