Ringworm and Treatment Approaches in RCC Calves

Dermatomycosis or dermatophytosis, commonly known as ringworm, is a fungal infection of keratinized tissue (skin, hair, and claws) which is caused by one of the three genera of fungi collectively called dermatophytes – Trichophyton, Microsporum and Epidermophyton. It is a remarkable public and veterinary health problem reported from different parts of the world and causes great economic loss (Calderone 1989). The disease occurs more commonly

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Body Fluids MCQ for MRCP USMLE AMC MRCS PLAB – Part 3 8. Monocytes A. Originate from precursor cells in lymph nodes. B. Can increase in number when their parent cells are stimulated by factors released from activated lymphocytes. C. Unlike granulocytes, do not migrate across capillary walls. D. Can transform into large multinucleated cells in certain chronic infections. E. Manufacture immunoglobulin M. Answer to

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FFP Vs Cryo

Fresh Frozen Plasma (FFP) Vs Cryoprecipitate

What are Fresh Frozen Plasma (FFP) and cryoprecipitate? FFP and Cryoprecipitate (often just called ‘cryo’) are both blood components made from plasma. Plasma is the yellow liquid that carries red cells, white cells and platelets within the blood vessels around the body. It contains vital proteins known as clotting factors. These clotting factors help to control bleeding and work together with platelets to ensure that

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In Which Condition Renin Secretion Increased?

Renin Secretion increased in Which Situation? Hypertension Over Hydration Sodium Depletion Diuretics Therapy Dilation of Renal Artery ANS: a) F b) F c) T d) T e) F Conditions that increases Renin Secretion Na+ Depletion Diuretics Hypotension Hemorrhage Upright Posture Dehydration Cardiac Failure Cirrhosis Construction of Renal Artery of Aorta Various psychological stimuli You can see also Regarding Renin – Reference ( W.F. Ganong)

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Neurology Suggestion for Post Graduate Exams

Neurology Suggestion for Post Graduate Exams Prepared by Dr. Isha Ali MBBS (Ibrahim Medical College) FCPS Part-1 (Medicine), MD Part-1 (Cardiology, DMC) HMO (DMCH) **** Gait abnormalities?? Circumduction ——- Upper motor neuron lesion Slapping’ due to foot drop ——–Lower motor neuron lesion L5 root or common peroneal nerve Narrow-based, short strides —— Parkinsonism Wide-based, short strides (marche à petits pas, magnetic gait) —-Frontal lobe lesion Wide-based,

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C Reactive Protein

C Reactive Protein Increase and Normal Disease – Mnemonic

C Reactive Protein Increase and Normal Disease – Mnemonic C–reactive protein (CRP) is an annular (ring-shaped), pentameric protein found in blood plasma, the levels of which rise in response to inflammation (i.e., C–reactive protein is an acute-phase protein of hepatic origin that increases following interleukin-6 secretion from macrophages and T cells). C Reactive Protein is not raised in Please Try to remember the mnemonics –

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Pathological Changes in Osteoarthritis

Pathological Changes in Osteoarthritis Remodeling of bone contour Fibrillation and focal loss of hyaline cartilage Marginal Osteophytes (ossification of new fibro-cartilage) Subchondral sclerosis Cysts Secondary Bursitis Capsular Thickening Osteochondral Body Synovial Hyperplasia Secondary enthesopathy What is enthesopathy? In medicine, an enthesopathy refers to a disorder involving the attachment of a tendon or ligament to a bone. This site of attachment is known as the entheses. If the

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