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Retinoblastoma

Download the file  Retinoblastoma-Nishant Sharma
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Pyrexia of unknown origin (PUO)

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Hanging

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Sore throat

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Pneumonia

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Popliteus muscle

ORIGIN: lateral condyle of femur and lateral meniscus.INSERTION: posterior surface of tibia, into the medial two-thirds of the triangular area…
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Sartorius muscle

The sartorius is the muscle of the anterior compartment of the thigh and is the longest muscle in the body.ORIGIN:…
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Complement mediated injury

Mostly the alternate pathway of complement activation is involved. (Evidence – decreased serum C3 level and normal C1,C2 and C4)….
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Thiazides

Diuretics are the drugs which causes loss of Na and water in urine.CLASSIFICATION OF DIURETICSHIGH EFFICACY DIURETICSSUPHAMOYL DERIVATIVES- furosemide, bumetanideMEDIUM…
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Side effects of thiazides and furosemide

Hypokalaemia Occurs with chronic use or if dietary intake of K is less.Longer acting thiazide causes more loss of K…
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Acute proliferative glomerulonephritis (APGN) or Post Infectious glomerulonephritis (PIGN)

Let’s first understand what it means. ACUTE- transient in nature (rarely leads to renal failure) PROLIFERATIVE- proliferation of endothelial and…
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Pharmacotherapy of Peptic ulcer

Click on the link to download the file Pharmacotherapy of Peptic ulcer   -By Jay Shah, Soumya Khot This video might…
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Antiemetic and Prokinetic drugs

– Vomiting or emesis occurs due to stimulation of vomiting centre in the lateral medullary reticular formation. – It receives…
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Drugs for Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)

• IBD is a chronic relapsing inflammatory disease of ileum & colon. • Two major types are – ulcerative colitis(UC)…
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Drugs for constipation

These are the drugs which promote evacuation of bowels. Laxatives :- milder action, elimates soft but formed stools. Purgatives :-…
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Drugs for diarrhoea

WHO defines diarrhoea as 3 or more loose and watery stools in 24 hours of period. May be due to…
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Middle Ear

Introduction Also called the Tympanic cavity/ Tympanum. It is an air-filled, mucous membrane lined space in the Petrous Temporal bone,…
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Pharmacology graphs

Click on the link to download the file Pharmacology graphs -By Mansi Nahar
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Prostaglandins

Click to download the file Prostaglandins By Ashwin Mascarenhas (Goa Medical College)
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Antihistaminics

Click to download the file Antihistaminics By Ashwin Mascarenhas (Goa Medical College)
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