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Medical Mnemonics : Gynecology and Obstetrics

February 24, 2011

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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MBBS Examination preparation Tips: Just before exam

January 11, 2011

MBBS Exam Tips : Just Before Exam We have already described about the day to day study schedule one can plan to easily get through the MBBS exam. Now here are few tips to follow just before the Examination. What is the hindrance to success? 1. Non preparedness.: It is impossible to get through an […]

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Branchial arch derivatives

General Embryology Mnemonics

October 9, 2010

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

How to draw Brachial Plexus?

October 6, 2010

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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MBBS Basic Science Study Guide and Tips : Daily Study Plan

September 27, 2010

Updated on July, 2016 Since the subjects and the subject matter studied in MBBS is entirely different from the intermediate level, students in the beginning may find difficulty in studying, as the topics and terminologies are completely new to them. But as you go on and with keen interest, it will eventually be interesting and […]

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Mnemonics Anatomy : Upper limb

September 19, 2010

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

July 29, 2010

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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Staphylococcus Aureus : Lab Diagnosis and Diseases

May 28, 2010

STAPHYLOCOCCUS: Classification: Family: Micrococcacea Genus: Micrococcus and Staphylococcus Species: S.aureus, S.epidermidis, S.saprophyticus, M.luteus, etc. Streptoccaceae and Micrococcacea both are family of gram positive cocci. 1. Streptococcacea : Catalase negative 2. Micrococcacea : Catalase positive Based on coagulase production, micrococcacea are: a. Coagulase positive: S.aureus b. Coagulase negative: S.epidermidis, S.saprophyticus Micrococcus is strictly anaerobic, form irregular […]

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How to tackle Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)?

May 16, 2010

Multiple choice questions (MCQs) consist of 3 parts: the stem(the question), distracters( the wrong choices) and the correct choices. Preparation: One of the best ways of revising for MCQs is to read as widely around a subject as possible, concentrating less on memorizing hard facts and more on understanding basic principles and concepts. Remember, rote learning will stick […]

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