Mnemonics

Mnemonics

Community Medicine Mnemonics

Community Medicine (Preventive and Social Medicine) also belongs to the course that you need to complete for medical careers. The subject although being a lot more easier compared to Basic sciences, people may find it pretty difficult to pass the exams. The main reason behind this fact is the negligence (studying only at the eleventh hour) […]

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Useful Mnemonics from Anatomy

Anatomy Respiratory System Mnemonics: Mnemonics are excellent method for memorizing Anatomy. Anatomy may not always be easy to understands or remember, so here are few mnemonics which shall help Medical students. Phases of Development of lungs: “Every Premature Child Takes Air” E = Embryonic (4-5 weeks) P = Pseudoglandular (5-16 weeks) C = Canalicular (16-26 […]

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Medical Mnemonics : Gynecology and Obstetrics

    ASHERMAN: Causes Acquired Anomaly Secondary to Surgery Hysterosalpingography confirms diagnosis Endometrial damage/ Eugonadotropic Repeated uterine trauma Missed Menses Adhesions Normal estrogen and progesterone “Increased Maternal Serum Alpha Feto Protein” Intestinal obstruction Multiple gestation/ Miscalculation of gestational age/ Myeloschisis Spina bifida cystica Anencephaly/ Abdominal wall defect Fetal death Placental abruption LARA CROFT: Causes of Pain abdomen […]

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    Branchial arch derivatives
    Anatomy Mnemonics

    General Embryology Mnemonics

    2nd, 3rd and 4th weeks of development: Week 2 : Bilaminar germ disc Week 3 : Trilaminar germ disc Week 4 : Appearance of 4 limbs Major Neural Crest Derivatives: “GAMES” Glial cells of peripheral ganglia Arachnoid and Pia Sheath Melanocytes Enteric ganglia Schwann cells Neuroectoderm derivatives Neurons Neuroglia Neurohypophysis piNeurol (pineal) gland Foregut derivatives […]

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    Drawing Brachial plexus
    Anatomy Mnemonics

    How to draw Brachial Plexus?

    How to draw a brachial plexus in just 1 minute or 60 seconds ? This educational video brought to you by Medchrome perfectly answers this question. Step by step instructions for drawing a brachial plexus that looks real: 1. Write the Root values C5, C6, C7, C8 and T1 leaving almost equal space between the […]

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    Mnemonics Anatomy : Upper limb

      Brachial Plexus Mnemonics: Branches arising from Cords- Lateral Cord-LML bike : Lateral Pectoral Nerve,Musculocutaneous Nerve, Lateral Root of Median Nerve Medical Cord- M4U- Medial Pectoral nerve,Medial Cutaneous N. of Arm, Medial Cutaneous N. of Forearm, Medial root of Median N. and Ulnar n. posterior Cord- ULNAR – Upper Subscapular, Lower Subscapular, Nerve to Latissimus Dorsi, Axillary, […]

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      Useful Medical Mnemonics

      Mnemonics are indispensable part of Medical education. We know as the area of study is so vast that it isn’t possible to remember things easily. So Mnemonics are popular in this field. Some of the helpful well created Mnemonics Submitted in our Facebook page . ST elevation causes in ECG:- remember “ELEVATION”: – E:Electrolytes, L:-LBBB, E:-Early repolarization, […]

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      Some Useful Mnemonics I

      (Use them Only as Resource) PANCYTOPENIA: “All Of My Blood Has Taken Some Poison”: Aplastic anaemias Overwhelming sepsis Megaloblastic anaemias Bone marrow infiltration Hypersplenism TB SLE Paroxysmal nocturnal haemoglobinuria Rashes: time of appearance after fever onset “Really Sick Children Must Take No Exercise”: Number of days after fever onset that a rash will appear: 1 […]

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