Category: USMLE

Important Pathological Bodies

Important Pathological Bodies Pathological Bodies are asked frequently in Medical PG Entrance Exams. Some Important Pathological Bodies are listed Here Which are asked many times in AIPGME, NEET PG, AIIMS, DNB, UPSC (CMS) and Other Medical PG Entrance Exams. DOWNLOAD Click Here to Download Handwritten Notes for NEET PG/ DNB/ AIIMS PG and Other Medical PG Entrance Preparation DOWNLOAD Thank you

Translocation Between Chromosomes

Translocation Between Chromosomes The designation t (A; B)(p1;q2) is used to denote a translocation between chromosome A and B. The information in the second set of parentheses gives the precise location within the chromosome for chromosomes A and B respectively- With p indicating the short arm, q indicating the long arm, And the number after p or

30 VVI Topics of Derma (Skin) for NEET PG

30 VVI Topics of Derma (Skin) for NEET PG Here we have listed the Important & High yield topics of Dermatology for NEET- PG, AIIMS, DNB and other Medical PG Entrances. DOWNLOAD 01.Leprosy 02.Dermatophytes 03.Lichen Planus 04.Psoriasis 05.Pemphigus 06.Syphilis 07.Acne vulgaris 08.Tuberculosis of Skin 09.Alopecia 10.Scabies 11.Atopic & Contact Dermatitis 12.chloasma 13.LGV 14.Chancroid 15.Dermatitis Herpetiformis 16.Pityriasis

Occupational Health

Occupational Health Short note on Occupational Health for NEET PG, AIIMS & UPSC CMS National institute of Occupational Health – Ahmedabad Pneumoconioses Pneumoconioses Silicosis Silica dust Anthracosis Coal dust Asbestosis Asbestos dust Byssinosis Cotton fiber Bagassosis Sugar cane Farmer’s lung Mouldy hay Compost lung Compost Bird fancier’s lung Bird droppings Siderosis Iron dust Stannosis Tin

Rate Limiting Enzymes

Rate Limiting Enzymes A rate limiting step is an early reaction in the pathway, which controls the availability of substrates (intermediates) for subsequent reaction. Usually, the irreversible step in a metabolic pathway are rate limiting steps. Here we are sharing few Important Rate limiting enzymes which are frequently asked in All India exams. Rate limiting

Incubation period of Important Infections

Incubation period of Important Infections Few Recently Asked Questions on Incubation Period 1.Application of Incubation period is all EXCEPT a) To differentiate primary cases from secondary casesb) to find out isolation periodc) to find out the Quarantine Periodd) To prevent infection to the contacts of Infected Persons 2.Incubation period of amoebiasis is a) 1-2 weeksb)

Important Clinical conditions and its Treatment during Pregnancy

Important Clinical conditions and its Treatment during Pregnancy In every medical PG entrance examination (NEET PG/AIIMS/UPSC CMS/PGIMER), Almost every year 1 question is asked on “Clinical conditions and its Treatment during Pregnancy” like Q. A 30 year old woman with history of previous 3 abortions has been found to have antiphospholipid antibodies. What will be

Investigation of Choice

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Drugs Contraindicated In Pregnancy

Drugs Contraindicated In Pregnancy Name of drugs Contraindicated in Hydroxyzine Early Pregnancy Dipyridamole 3rd Trimester Aspirin 3rd Trimester Statins Pregnancy Amlodipines Pregnancy Warfarin Pregnancy Ethinyl Estradiol Pregnancy Estazolam/ Triazolam Pregnancy Flurazepam/ Temazepam Pregnancy Isotretinoin Pregnancy Finasteride Pregnancy Silver Sulfadiazine Late Pregnancy Diclofenac 3rd Trimester Testosterone Pregnancy Leuprolide Pregnancy Nafarelin/ Goserelin Pregnancy Misoprostol Pregnancy Sulfamethoxazole/ Trimethoprim 3rd Trimester Ribaverin Pregnancy

Antibiotics of Choice

Antibiotics of Choice 1.Allergic broncho pulmonary aspergillosis– Steroid + Itraconazole 2.Acute Epiglottitis– Ceftriaxone 3.Amoebic Liver Abscess, Bacterial Vaginosis– Metronidazole 4.Anaerobic Organism– Metronidazole > Clindamycin 5.Angular Conjunctivitis– Oxytetracycline Ointment(1%) 6.Animal Bite, Tonsillitis– Amoxiclav 7.Anthrax, Actinomycosis, Trench Mouth, Rat Bite Fever, Scarlet Fever, Lymphedema– Penicillin 8.Bacillary Angiomatosis, Campylobacter Jejuni, Chlamydia In Pregnancy, Legionnaires Disease– Erythromycin 9.Burkholderia Cepacia–