by superashdoc - 6020 reads, based on 17 votes
Mysterious,enigmatic and evanescent,the Neuroblastoma(NBL) is the 3rd most common paediatric tumour.It constitutes 10% of all childhood carcinomas and the survival rate is ...
|Bailey & Love
by RxPG - 23788 reads, based on 12 votes
The Web site for the 23rd edition of Bailey & Love's textbook "Short Practice of Surgery". This site provides sample chapters from the book, 25 MCQs, 15 surgical case reports, and three examples of common surgical procedures. ...
|Benign breast disorders
by bookworm - 4964 reads, based on 5 votes
The most common benign disorder, fibrocystic change, affects 40–50% of premenopausal women It is a unified term for several proliferative, but nonneoplastic parenchymal alterations, which are usually bilateral and multifocal (Tavassoli 1992). The histologic pattern in each case is varying and may include pure fibrocystic lesions (duct ectasia, cysts, fibrosis, adenosis, ductal epithelial proliferation), focal fibrosis, ductal and lobular epithelial hyperplasia (also atypical) and microcystic and fibrous mastopathy due to involutional change...
|Fluids Of Choice!
by drashmiyadav - 13651 reads, based on 74 votes
Q.In a patient, who has become dehydrated, body water should be replaced by
intravenous infusion of:
a) distilled water
b) 0.9% sodium chloride solution
c) 5% glucose solution
d) 10% glucose solution...
by Akanksha - 9205 reads, based on 7 votes
Overactive bladder (OAB) includes symptoms of urgency, frequency and urge incontinence.
Approximately 55% of individuals with OAB are women and 45% are men.
The prevalence of the condition increases with advancing age.
The prime effector of continence is the synergic relaxation of the bladder wall muscle (detrusor) and contraction of bladder neck and pelvic floor muscles.
The sympathetic nerve fibres originating from the T11 to L 2 segments of the spinal cord, which innervate smooth-muscle fibres around the bladder neck and proximal urethra, cause these fibres to contract, allowing the bladder to fill.
As the bladder fills, sensory stretch re...