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  • Left Heart Failure – Pulmonary Edema, Paroxysmal Nocturnal Dyspnea & Orthopnea

    Left Heart Failure – Pulmonary Edema, Paroxysmal Nocturnal Dyspnea & Orthopnea

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  • Capillary Fluid Exchange

    Capillary Fluid Exchange

    starling forces, pc, capillary pressure, interstitial fluid pressure, plasma colloid osmotic pressure, interstitial fluid colloid osmotic pressure, edema, heart failure, nephrotic syndrome, toxines, burns, lymphatic blockage, symptoms, findings, causes, mnemonics, review, what is, video, study, First Aid, for, USMLE, Step 1, images, wiki, define, wikipedia, 2013, videos, exam, prep, easy, What is usmle, mnemonic,

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  • Heart Murmurs – Aortic Stenosis

    Heart Murmurs – Aortic Stenosis

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  • Neurotransmitters

    Neurotransmitters

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  • Free nerve endings, Merkel’s Discs, Meissner’s & Pacinian Corpuscles

    Free nerve endings, Merkel’s Discs, Meissner’s & Pacinian Corpuscles

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  • Heart Embryology

    Heart Embryology

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  • Koplik spots (measles; rubeola virus)

    Koplik spots (measles; rubeola virus)

    Page 569: Koplik’s spots What is the condition that can lead to formation of Koplik’s spots? Koplik’s spots can form with measles (Robeola) virus. Describe the appearance of Koplik’s spots? Koplik’s spots are small, irregular red spots on buccal and lingual mucosa with blue to white centres.

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  • Lineweaver Burk Plot

    Lineweaver Burk Plot

    Page 226: Lineweaver Burk Plot What is Lineweaver Burk Plot? Lineweaver Burk Plot is a plot that collides useful graphical methods for analysis of Michaelis Menten equation. Describe what’s happening in the picture of Lineweaver Burk Plot? In the picture you see 1 over the concentration of the substrate on the X axis. On the Y axis you see 1 over the velocity. On the Y axis you see inverse of Vmax, and on the X axis you see inverse […]

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  • Cavernous Sinus Anatomy & Cavernous Sinus Syndrome

    Cavernous Sinus Anatomy & Cavernous Sinus Syndrome

    Page 436: Cavernous sinus. What is the Cavernous Sinus? Cavernous sinus is a collection of venous sinuses on either sides of the pituitary. Describe the drainage through the cavernous sinus? Blood from the eye and superficial cortex drain into the cavernous sinus, and then eventually makes its way into the internal jugular vein. Name the nerves and vessels that pass through the cavernous sinus on their way to the orbit? the nerves and vessels that pass through the cavernous sinus […]

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  • Parasitology 16- (Trematodes)  Schistosoma, Clonorchis sinensis & Paragonimus westermani

    Parasitology 16- (Trematodes) Schistosoma, Clonorchis sinensis & Paragonimus westermani

    Questions: Q. How is Schistosoma transmitted? Q. What diseases are caused by Schistosoma? Q. How is Schistosoma infection treated? Q. How is Clonorchis sinensis transmitted? Q. What infections are caused by Clonorchis sinensis? Q. How is Clonorchis sinensis treated? Q. How is Paragonimus westermani transmitted? Q. What infections are caused by Paragonimus westermani? Q. How is Paragonimus westermani infection treated? Answers: Q. How is Schistosoma transmitted? Snails are host. Cercariae penetrate skin of humans. Q. What diseases are caused by […]

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  • Parasitology 15- (Cestodes) Echinococcus granulosus

    Parasitology 15- (Cestodes) Echinococcus granulosus

    Questions: Q. How is Echinococcus granulosus transmitted? Q. What disease is caused by Echinococcus granulosus? Q. How is Echinococcus granulosus infection treated? Answers: Q. How is Echinococcus granulosus transmitted? By ingestion of eggs from Dog feces. Q. What disease is caused by Echinococcus granulosus? Cysts in Liver. (May cause anaphylaxis during surgery. Surgeons use Ethanol to kill the cysts) Q. How is Echinococcus granulosus infection treated? Bendazoles.  

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  • Parasitology-14 (Cestodes) Diphyllobothrium Iatum

    Parasitology-14 (Cestodes) Diphyllobothrium Iatum

      Questions: Q. How is Diphyllobothrium Iatum transmitted? Q. What is common name of Diphyllobothrium Iatum? Q. What disease is caused by Diphyllobothrium Iatum? Q. How is Diphyllobothrium Iatum infection treated? Answers: Q. How is Diphyllobothrium Iatum transmitted? It is transmitted by ingestion of larvae from raw or fresh water. Q. What is common name of Diphyllobothrium Iatum? Fish Tapeworm. Q. What disease is caused by Diphyllobothrium Iatum? Vitamin B12 deficiency. Q. How is Diphyllobothrium Iatum infection treated? Parziquantal.

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  • Parasitology 13-(Cestodes) Taenia solium

    Parasitology 13-(Cestodes) Taenia solium

    Questions: Q. How is Taenia solium transmitted? Q. What disease is caused by Taenia solium if its larvae are ingested? Q. What disease is caused by Taenia solium if its eggs are ingested? Q. What is the treatment of Infections caused by Taenia solium? Answers: Q. How is Taenia solium transmitted? There are 2 modes of transmission of Taenia solium. Ingestion of larvae encysted in undercooked pork. Ingestion of eggs. Q. What disease is caused by Taenia solium if its […]

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  • Parasitology 12- Nematodes Route of Infection

    Parasitology 12- Nematodes Route of Infection

      Questions: Q. Which Nematodes cause infection when they are ingested? Q. Which Nematodes cause infection when they are introduced through cutaneous route? Answers: Q. Which Nematodes cause infection when they are ingested? Enterobius, Ascaris, Trichinella. Q. Which Nematodes cause infection when they are introduced through cutaneous route? Strongyloides, Ancylostoma, Necator.

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  • Parasitology 11- (Tissue Parasites)  Wuchereria bancrofti & Toxocara canis

    Parasitology 11- (Tissue Parasites) Wuchereria bancrofti & Toxocara canis

      Questions: Q. How is Wuchereria bancrofti transmitted? Q. What diseases are caused by Wuchereria bancrofti? Q. How is Wuchereria bancrofti treated? Q. How is Toxocara canis transmitted? Q. What disease is caused by Toxocara canis? Q. How is Toxocara canis treated? Answers: Q. How is Wuchereria bancrofti transmitted? It is transmitted by Female Mosquito. Q. What diseases are caused by Wuchereria bancrofti? Elephentiasis (blocks lymphatic vessels. Patient becomes symptomatic after 9 months to 1 year). Q. How is Wuchereria […]

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  • Parasitology 10- (Tissue Parasites) Dracunculus medinensis, Onchocerca volvulus & Loa loa

    Parasitology 10- (Tissue Parasites) Dracunculus medinensis, Onchocerca volvulus & Loa loa

      Questions: Q. How is Dracunculus medinensis transmitted? Q. What diseases are caused by Dracunculus medinensis? Q. How is Dracunculus medinensis infection treated? Q. How is Onchocerca volvulus transmitted? Q. What infections are caused by Onchocerca volvulus? Q. How is Onchocerca volvulus infection treated? Q. How is Loa Loa transmitted? Q. What infections are caused by Loa Loa? Q. How is Loa Loa infection treated? Answers: Q. How is Dracunculus medinensis transmitted? It is transmitted in Drinking water. Q. What […]

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  • Parasitology 9- (Nematodes) Strongyloides stercoralis,Ancylostoma duodenale & Necator americanus

    Parasitology 9- (Nematodes) Strongyloides stercoralis,Ancylostoma duodenale & Necator americanus

      Questions: Q. How is Strongyloides stercoralis transmitted? Q. What disease is caused by Strongyloides stercoralis? Q. How is Strongyloides stercoralis treated? Q. What are the scientific names of Hookworms? Q. How are hook worms transmitted? Q. What disease is caused by Hookworms? Q. How is Hookworm infection treated? Answers: Q. How is Strongyloides stercoralis transmitted? Larvae. (The larvae are present in soil and they penetrate the skin usually of foot) Q. What disease is caused by Strongyloides stercoralis? Intestinal […]

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  • Parasitology 8- (Nematodes) E.vermicularis & A.lumbaricoides

    Parasitology 8- (Nematodes) E.vermicularis & A.lumbaricoides

      Questions: Q. What is the common name of Entrobius Vermicularis? Q. How is Entrobius vermicularis transmitted? Q. What disease is caused by Entrobius vermicularis? Q. What is diagnostic test for Entrobius vermicularis infection? Q. How is Entrobius vermicularis infection treated? Q. What is common name of Ascaris lumbaricoides? Q. How is Ascaris lumbaricoides transmitted? Q. What disease is caused by Ascaris lumbaricoides? Q. How is Ascaris lumbaricoides treated? Answers: Q. What is the common name of Entrobius Vermicularis? Pinworm. […]

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