Are You Pregnant? 10 Signs To Confirm

Are You Pregnant

Are you pregnant? 10 signs to confirm Many women are just concerned about their pregnancy. They try to figure out early that she is pregnant or not. After unprotected intercourse many women are afraid to become pregnant. No tension, just write down the 10 definitive signs of pregnancy in your mind. 10 signs to confirm pregnancy are given below serialized: […]

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Psoriasis – Common Sites, Types, Investigation and Treatment


Psoriasis Common Sites, Types, Investigation and Treatment This is psoriasis part 2, Psoriasis part 1 -(psoriasis etiology, pathogenesis and clinical features) Psoriasis comes from Greek word, meaning “itching condition” (psora “itch” + -sis “action, condition”). Psoriasis common sites: Extensor  surface Scalp Nails Elbow Knee Sacral region  Psoriasis types: Psoriasis vulgaris (Also called Plaque Psoriasis) Fig: Psoriasis Vulgaris Psoriasis vulgaris is the most common form […]

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Somatoform Disorder – Mnemonic to Remember

Somatoform Disorder: In psychology, a somatoform disorder is a mental disorder characterized by physical symptoms that suggest physical illness or injury – symptoms that cannot be explained fully by a general medical condition.   Name of Some Somatoform Disorder: (Mnemonic – BCPS-H) 1) Somatization Disorder 2) Conversion Disorder 3) Pain Disorder 4) Hypochondriasis 5) Body Dismorphic Disorder   6) Somatoform Autonomic dysfunction 7) Chronic Fatigue Syndrom

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Bone Cyst: Bone Tumour? Easy MBBS

Bone Cyst: Bone Tumour? Easy MBBS Bone Cyst occurs mostly in children (one of the common bone tissue disease) In the metaphysis of one of the long bones Occasionally in the small bones (adult carpus) Bone Cyst is not a tumour (Non-neoplastic bone disease) Heals spontaneously and seldom seen in adult It is discovered after a pathological fracture or as an […]

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Hyperemesis Gravidarum

Definition of Hyperemesis gravidarum: It is a severe type of vomiting of pregnancy which has got deleterious effect on the health of the mother and/or incapacitates her in day to day activities. Incidence of Hyperemesis gravidarum: 1 in 1000 pregnancy. Etiology of Hyperemesis gravidarum: •Mostly limited to first trimester. •More common in first pregnancy. •Has got a familial history (Mother & sister) •More common in unplanned […]

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Bleeding after Delivery (Post-Partum Hemorrhage) Part 2

Bleeding after Delivery (Post-Partum Hemorrhage) Part 1 Here   Diagnosis Of Post-Partum Hemorrhage Vaginal bleeding is present- copious or slow. Some time conceald – as vulvo vaginal or broad ligament haematoma. When uterus contracted, PPH is traumatic. When uterus flabby, become hard on massaging, PPH is due to atomicity    Prevention Pose partum haemorrhage cannol always be prevented. The incidence & […]

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Bleeding after Delivery (Post-Partum Hemorrhage)

Bleeding after Delivery

Definition : Quantitative Amount of blood loss excess of 500 ml following birth of the baby.   Clinical definition : Any amount of bleeding or from or into the genital tract following birth of the baby up to the end of puerperium which adversely affect the general condition of the pt evidenced by rise in pulse rate & falling blood […]

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Menstruation, Menstrual Problems and Irregular Menstruation

Menstruation, Menstrual Problems and Irregular Menstruation What is Menstruation? It is a natural process of female. Its also a natural part of female reproductive system. Ovary, Ovarian Tube which comes from Ovary (Fallopian Tube), Vagina, endometrium and clitoris are the main part of female genital tract. During the menstrual cycle different kinds of female hormone are released. In this hormone […]

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Vein Without Valve

Vein without valve Formula: IPSS There Are 4 veins Without Valve. Easy To Remember by technique: IPSS. See What IPSS Means with diagram. I- Internal Jugular Vein   P- Pulmonary Vein   S- Superior Venacava S- Sinuses of  Brain

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Osteoid Osteoma: Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment

Osteoid Osteoma: Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment     Osteoid osteoma facts:   Osteoid means non-ossifying bone (ground substance of the bone without calcification or ossification) This is a benign tumour, unlike osteosarcoma Lesion is well circumscribed Arises mostly in the cortex of long bones, occasionally in the cancellous bones of the spine. Three times commoner in male Occurs mainly at the […]

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