use cardiology in a sentence.
You can see it in this picture: As I commented above, this is usual practice for cardiology publications.
I think it's just a matter of time before some legitimate cardiology hospital accidentally adopts this as their logo.
MD in cardiology and writing a lisp book?
I have a couple of friends involved in cardiology and I suspect those are pretty accurate predictions.
The person did so well on Step 2 that s/he was invited to transfer back to the US at a fist tier medical school, and is now the director of cardiology at a prestigious hospital.
This is not true in OECD countries (unless you give up the technical career path and become a start-up founder): taking up an MBA or cardiology will multiply your odds of becoming wealthy, but engineering will not.
My buddy, who is nearly finished with his cardiology fellowship, is nearly 300k in debt at this point.
We have a fairly sophisticated HTML5 based Cardiology viewer that completely fell apart when Chrome 22 shipped.
It's common practice in peer-reviewed cardiology publications.
Here is a link to the abstract of the e-publication ahead of print of the underlying study in the American Journal of Cardiology: