Fracture Nasal Bone – Causes, Hazards, Treatment

Fracture Nasal Bone

Fracture Nasal Bone: Causes, Hazards, Treatment Causes of nasal bone fracture: Trauma on the nose. Classification of nasal bone fracture: Type-1- There is vertical fracture of the nasal septum Type-2- The nasal bones are displaced laterally. Type-3- There marked depression. The septum is collapsed. Symptoms of nasal bone fracture: 1) Deformity- Depression or lateral displacement of the nasal bone.External swelling […]

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INFECTIONS OF CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM

INFECTIONS OF CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM Introduction central nervous system infection: Nervous system — Central Nervous System Peripheral Nervous System   Central Nervous system – Brain   — Cerebrum, Brain stem & cerebellum Spinal cord Coverings of brain – Meninges Dura mater Arachnoid mater Pia mater   Definition of central nervous system infection: Infection occurring in relation to the central nervous system. […]

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Gout: Symptoms, Causes, Treatment, Prevention

Gout: Symptoms, Causes, Treatment, Prevention   Gout: what is it? : Gout is a disorder of purine metabolism characterized by deposition of uric acid crystal in joints and periarticular tissue. Gout is one of the 3 crystal deposition disorders. Other crystal deposition disorders are ‘pseudo gout’ and ‘calcium hydroxyapatite deposition disorder’.   Types of gout: Gout is of 2 types. […]

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Head Inury: what to do

Head Injury: What To Do Head injury is very common accident in all over the world. Any road accident, violence, trauma, fall from height etc may result head injury. It may be serious enough to endanger life.   Head Injury/Brain Trauma RESULTS FROM : A. IMPACT DAMAGE: 1. Cortical Contusion 2. Cortical Laceration 3. Bone Penetration 4. Diffuse Axonal Injury 5. […]

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Osteoarthritis: Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis

Osteoarthritis: Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis       Osteoarthritis introduction Osteoarthritis is a joint inflammation that results from cartilage degeneration. Osteoarthritis can be caused by aging, heredity, and injury from trauma or disease. The most common symptom of osteoarthritis is pain in the affected joint(s) after repetitive use. There is no blood test for the diagnosis of osteoarthritis. The goal of […]

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Facebook Cover Photo Dimensions and Creation

Facebook Cover Photo Dimensions and Creation Facebook timeline is becoming more popular day by day. You may know, facebook allows you to use a special feature called facebook cover photo. A facebook cover photo is nothing but a large size photo at the top of your timeline. When you didn’t use timeline, you used a profile picture only. Profile picture is public, […]

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Hyperthyroidism – Sign and Symptoms

Hyperthyroidism

 Hyperthyroidism: Sign & Symptoms Hyperthyroidism: Signs and Symptoms (mnemonic)-“THYROIDISM” T = Tremor H = Heart rate up Y =Yawning [fatigability] R = Restlessness O = Oligomenorrhea & amenorrhea I = Intolerance to heat, D =Diarrhea I = Irritability S = Sweating M = Musle wasting & weight loss E = Exophthalmos Symptoms Signs Common Weight loss despite normal or increased […]

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Schizophrenia – Definition and Major Sign Symptoms

Schizophrenia: “Schizophrenia is a psychosis (major psychotic disorder) characterized by delusion, hallucination and lack of insight.” Clinical Features of Schizophrenia: First Rank Symptoms Of Acute Schizophrenia: A = Auditory Hallucination – second or third person B = Broadcasting, insertion or withdrawl of thoughts C = Controlled Feelings, impulse or Acts D = Delusional Perception Symptoms Of Acute Schizophrenia (Negative Symptoms): mnemonic ( FAPPS) 1. Flattened […]

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Nonossifying Fibroma – Bone Tumour – Easy MBBS

Nonossifying Fibroma – Bone Tumour Developmental defect (A nest of fibrous tissue appears within the bone and persists for some years before ossifying) Asymptomatic (an incidental finding on x-ray) Metaphysis of long bone Multiple lesions (vast majority arises eccentrically in the metaphysis of the distal femur and proximal tibia and almost half are bilateral or multiple) Commonest sites of Nonossifying […]

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Sacrococcygeal Teratoma (Part 1)

TERATOMA A teratoma is a tumor with tissue or organ components resembling normal derivatives of all three germ layers. The word teratoma comes from Greek and means roughly monstrous tumor. teratomas (the plural infrequently given as teratomata) have been reported to contain hair, teeth, bone and very rarely more complex organs such as eyeball, torso, and hand. Usually, however, a […]

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