• Meredith’s Labor and Delivery
    • By Meg Marinis, Director of Medical Research
    There’s April, who recently accepted Matthew’s proposal, yet we can see that she still may harbor feelings for Jackson (watching someone almost blow up in a bus can do that). Meanwhile, despite Owen’s protests, Cristina walked away from him, knowing that she can never fulfill his dreams of having children. The last conversation between Callie and Arizona broke my heart so completely that I don’t even know how to approach it. And Richard… Goodness, what the heck is going to happen to poor Richard Webber? Read More »

  • Encephalocele
    • By Meg Marinis, Director of Medical Research
    Have you caught your breath yet? Because we operated on a patient who survived falling on THREE pieces of rebar. And we almost had a serious fire in the OR. Meanwhile, Paul finally woke up from his coma, Chest Peckwell almost died, a hugely pregnant Meredith fell down the stairs, and Matthew put on an insanely excellent flash mob proposal, to which April said yes. Oh, and I'm sorry, I almost forgot: A superstorm has begun to hit Seattle with hurricane-force winds. Read More »

  • Moyamoya Disease
    • By Meg Marinis, Director of Medical Research
    Paul still hasn't woken up. His son Ethan took his grandmother's sleeping pills. Arizona seems to be distracted by this visiting surgeon Lauren. Bailey's still not back in the operating room. And Jo has just shown up at Alex's door with a mysterious black eye. Read More »

  • Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA)
    • By Meg Marinis, Director of Medical Research
    Could you hear my heart breaking at the end of tonight's episode? Because it did, and every time I think of Dr. Bailey's face in that last scene with Dr. Webber? I instantly remember her sadness and sense of betrayal, and my heart breaks all over again. Read More »

  • Therapeutic Hypothermia
    • By Meg Marinis, Director of Medical Research
    I know, I know, we're all freaking out for Dr. Bailey, because we have no idea what's going on or what will happen. And I'm sure everyone would love some enlightenment on the story, BUT… You're going to have to wait a few weeks because I can't talk about that yet. Read More »

  • Kawasaki Disease
    • By Meg Marinis, Director of Medical Research
    Moms know everything. Not only do they know if you're awake when you shouldn't be, but they can immediately tell when something's wrong. Whether you're sad, anxious, or sick – moms have this sixth sense, this feeling, that forms inside of them and only continues to grow until they know that their child is happy, safe, healthy. And thank goodness for moms – they can save our lives. Just look at Casey and her son Parker in tonight's episode… Read More »

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