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Blue Toe Syndrome

Newsletter Blue Toe Syndrome What is Blue Toe Syndrome? Occlusive vasculopathy, often known as blue toe syndrome, is a kind of acute digital ischemia in which one or more toes turn blue or violet in color. Petechiae or cyanosis of the soles of the feet may be present in isolated areas. There may also be […]

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Grayson’s Syndrome

Newsletter Grayson’s Syndrome (Grayson-Wilbrandt Corneal Dystrophy) What is Grayson’s Syndrome? Grayson’s Syndrome, also known as Grayson-Wilbrandt Corneal Dystrophy (GWCD), is a very rare type of corneal dystrophy characterized by varying patterns of opacification in the Bowman layer of the cornea that extend anteriorly into the epithelium, with reduced to normal visual acuity. Corneal dystrophies are […]

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Pharmacology – Mechanism of Action of All Drugs

Newsletter Mechanism of Action of All Drugs This is a pretty comprehensive article that explains the mechanism of action of all commonly prescribed medications.   1. Analgesics Paracetamol (Acetaminophen) Mechanism of Action Weak inhibitor of the synthesis of prostaglandins, Paracetamol also decreases prostaglandin concentrations in vivo. Aspirin Mechanism of Action Aspirin causes reduction of inflammation, analgesia, the prevention of clotting, and antipyretic. Much […]

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Achalasia Cardia

Newsletter Achalasia Cardia Achalasia Cardia is the functional failure of relaxation of the lower oesophageal sphincter due to loss of the ganglion cells in the myenteric (Auerbach’s) plexus. Previous Next Click the button below to Download 300+ High-Yield Medical Presentations and eBooks Download Now Share this : Where can I download Anesthesiology Books for free? […]

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Upper Gastrointestinal Bleeding

Newsletter Upper Gastrointestinal Bleeding Upper gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding is a potentially life-threatening abdominal emergency. These presentation images will describe everything about Acute gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding. Previous Next Click the button below to Download 500+ High-Yield Medical Presentations and eBooks Download ALL STUDY RESOURCES in MEDICINE Share this : Related Articles How to Study Anatomy? Newsletter […]

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Tongue Cancer

Newsletter Tongue Cancer Tongue cancer is a subtype of mouth cancer, also known as oral cancer, that starts in the squamous cells on the tongue’s surface. It has the potential to cause tumors or lesions. A lesion on the tongue that does not heal and a painful tongue are the most visible indicators of tongue […]

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Oblique Plane

Newsletter Oblique plane Anatomical Body Planes and Sections – Anatomy and Physiology – Oblique plane The anatomical body planes and sections help us learn the many ways in which the body can be viewed when divided into sections in anatomy and physiology. They’re extremely important to understand if you want to work in a healthcare sector […]

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