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Ananthnarayan and Paniker’s Textbook of Microbiology PDF Download

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Ananthnarayan and Paniker's Textbook of Microbiology PDF Download
Ananthnarayan and Paniker's Textbook of Microbiology PDF Download

The Ananthnarayan and Paniker’s Textbook of Microbiology is a book used by Medical students during their second year of MBBS. This is the seventh edition of book, you can find 8th or 9th here also. The links to Ananthnarayan and Paniker’s Textbook of Microbiology PDF Format have been provided for free download below.

Ananthnarayan Microbiology PDF Book

The book has over 672 pages which include the 5 units, expanding the microbiology in a systematic manner. The seventh edition of Ananthnarayan has been released four years after their sixth edition, in the memory of Dr. R Ananthnaryana by Dr. Ck Jayaram Paniker. The book is one of the standard books used in medical colleges and universities for their second year microbiology curriculum. There are 68 chapters in total in the book, some of which are:

  1. Morphology and Physiology of Bacteria
  2. Culture Media
  3. Bacterial Taxonomy
  4. Infection
  5. Immunity
  6. Antigens
  7. Complement system
  8. Hypersensitivity
  9. Staphylococcus
  10. Streptococcus
  11. Mycobacterium I: Tuberculosis
  12. General Properties of Viruses
  13. Herpes Viruses
  14. Arbo Viruses
  15. Rhabdo Viruses
  16. Medical Mycology

Refer to 2nd year Syllabus for complete details.

About the Authors:

  1. Late Dr. R Ananthnarayan
  2. Dr. CK Jayaram Paniker

Overview

To be genuine, Microbiology is one of the subjects where students easily lose interest and focus eventually. The text looks similar every 3-4 pages after, and you end up mugging most of the things. But there are some topics you should never mug up, if you are unaware of them, just ask your seniors. Or we can point them in comments if you seek them.

The Ananthnarayan and Paniker’s textbook for Microbiology gives an insights to the subject of second year and shortens the text to a more precise image. The content you learn in microbiology is often related with pathology & Medicine and is very useful, just in case you ignore it, you will definitely wind up finding your microbiology book in some phase of your medical career.

Suggestions to those who are looking forward to establishing an understanding in Microbiology are as follows:

  1. Read up everything, even if you are not in a mood to mug up. It will clear out some concepts and some things are bound to stay in your long term memory.
  2. Try to co-relate the diseases with other subjects as you see them with the diagrams in the book. With more related content, you will explore things easily.
  3. Make up a habit of co-relating everything and you will find the book is almost everything you already know.
  4. Attend practicals, they are always helpful, right?
  5. If you need help, following are some posts that can greatly help you understand clinical medicine. They have been made short but explained to the level of a medical student. These are:




Ananthnarayan & Paniker’s Microbiology PDF eBook Download

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[Video] Ebola: Understanding the Outbreak

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Recently, Ebola was one of the biggest and scariest outbreak, costing many lives. And within no time, became the trending topic within medicos. However, most people don’t even know what exactly it was. In this short video, the aspects of Ebola have been explained beautifully and in simple language.

Ebola is a viral hemorrhagic fever that is caused by Ebola-virus, with Bat being the natural reservoir of the virus. The symptoms start between 2nd day to 3 weeks, and include Fever (101 degree F), Sore throat, Fatigue, Weakness, Vomitting, Chest Pain, Muscle and joint pain, Headache, Abdominal pain, Shortness of breath. Maculopapular rash may develop in some cases.

Treatment is usually supportive and death occurs because of Low Blood Pressure due to Excessive Fluid Loss.

Additionally, you can check out some articles that may be resourceful to you:

  1. Basics of Reading X-Ray
  2. Cough: Clinical History Taking
  3. History Taking Format
  4. Fever: History Taking
  5. Pneumonia: Clinical Approach

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[Video] Emphysema: Pathophysiology

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The Emphysema is a disease in which destruction of air sacs or alveoli sacs in the lungs cause shortness of breath. The reduction in surface area causes the amount of oxygen delivered to bloodstream to be reduced. Emphysema is one of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, apart from Chronic Bronchitis.

Causes

The three causes are:

  1. Smoking
  2. Air pollution
  3. Dust and Fumes

Symptoms

  1. Cough
  2. Shortness of breath
  3. Exacerbation
  4. Others: Barrel chest, Cor pulmonale, Ischaemic heart disease, etc.

Additionally, you can check out some articles that may be resourceful to you:

  1. Basics of Reading X-Ray
  2. Cough: Clinical History Taking
  3. History Taking Format
  4. Fever: History Taking
  5. Pneumonia: Clinical Approach

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Pleural Effusion : Diagnosis | Treatment : Video

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The Pleural Effusion is a medical condition in which excess of fluid accumulates in pleural space, an area between the layers of tissue that line the lungs and the chest cavity. This video will guide you with Laboratory examination of Pleural effusion and how to read the Chest X-ray in case of Pleural effuion.

The following is a list of some of the major causes:

  1. Congestive heart failure
  2. Kidney failure
  3. Infection
  4. Malignancy
  5. Pulmonary embolism
  6. Hypoalbuminemia
  7. Cirrhosis
  8. Trauma

Additionally, you can check out some articles that may be resourceful to you:

  1. Basics of Reading X-Ray
  2. Cough: Clinical History Taking
  3. History Taking Format
  4. Fever: History Taking
  5. Pneumonia: Clinical Approach

Raynaud’s Phenomenon: Numbness and Discoloration of Body

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The Raynaud’s Phenomenon is a medical condition that causes discoloration and numb feeling in fingers and/or toes. In today’s video, we will show you how exactly Raynaud’s Phenomenon appears and how you will be spotting it when you see it next time. You can read some key points in the summary given below:

Pathophysiology

Its pathophysiology includes hyperactivation of the sympathetic nervous system causing extreme vasoconstriction of the peripheral blood vessels, leading to tissue hypoxia.

Types

There are two types of Raynaud’s Phenomenon:

  1. Primary: Idiopathic (Cause is unknown), the called Raynaud’s disease
  2. Secondary: Occurs due to another medical condition such as Scleroderma, SLE, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Buerger’s disease, Atherosclerosis, etc.

Signs

  1. Pale or White Skin
  2. Numbness
  3. Blue skin on oxygen depletion (cyanosis)

Diagnosis

  • Digital artery pressure: pressures are measured in the arteries of the fingers before and after the hands have been cooled. A decrease of at least 15 mmHg is diagnostic (positive)
  • Doppler ultrasound: to assess blood flow
  • Full blood count: this may reveal a normocytic anemia suggesting the anaemia of chronic disease or renal failure
  • Blood test
  • Thyroid function tests: for hypothyroidism
  • An auto-antibody screen, tests for rheumatoid factor, Erythrocyte sedimentation rate, and C-reactive protein
  • Nail fold vasculature: this can be examined under the microscope

Treatment

  1. Medications: Vasodilators, Sympatholytic agents, ARBs or ACE-Inhibitors, Statins, etc.
  2. Surgery: Endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy or Microvascular surgery as per doctor suggestions.

[Video] Neonatal Reflexes: Newborn Baby Reflexes

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The Neonatal or newborn reflexes have been explained superbly in the video below. The video will guide you through all the reflex you should know in a baby and the list includes:

  1. Moro or Startle Reflex
  2. Babinski Reflex
  3. Galant Reflex
  4. Rooting Reflex
  5. Tonic Neck Reflex
  6. Swimming Reflex
  7. Stepping Reflex
  8. Palmer Grasp Reflex
  9. Sucking Reflex
  10. Breathing Reflex
  11. Eye Blink Reflex
  12. Pupillary Reflex
  13. Swallowing Reflex

Share with your medico friends if this helped you. Additionally, you can check out some real helpful posts on this website:

OP Ghai Essential of Pediatrics Textbook PDF Download

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OP Ghai Pediatrics Textbook PDF Download
OP Ghai Essential of Pediatrics Textbook PDF Download

Pediatrics is a subject of Final year of MBBS. OP Ghai Pediatrics is the most recommended and widely used textbook. You can download OP Ghai Essential of Pediatrics Textbook 8th edition in PDF Format for Fourth year MBBS using the Google Drive links given below.

OP Ghai Pediatrics PDF Book

The free book has over 768 pages and is the 8th edition of the series. If you need OP Ghai Pediatrics 7th or 9th edition, check the page updates. There are 31 chapters in the Ghai Pediatrics with an Index. Some of the chapters in book are as follows:

  1. Introduction to Pediatrics
  2. Normal Growth and its Disorders
  3. Development
  4. Adolescent Health and Development
  5. Fluid and Electrolyte Disturbances
  6. Nutrition
  7. Micro-nutrients in Health and Disease
  8. Newborn Infants
  9. Immunization and Immunodeficiency
  10. Infections and Infestations
  11. Diseases of Gastrointestinal System and Liver
  12. Hematological Disorders
  13. Otolaryngology
  14. Disorders of Respiratory System
  15. Disorders of Cardiovascular System
  16. Disorders of Kidney and Urinary Tract
  17. Endocrine and Metabolic Disorders
  18. Central Nervous System
  19. Neuromuscular Disorders
  20. Childhood Malignancies
  21. Rheumatological Disorders
  22. Genetic Disorders
  23. Inborn Errors of Metabolism
  24. Eye Disorders
  25. Skin Disorders
  26. Poisonings, Injuries and Accidents
  27. Pediatric Critical Care
  28. Common Medical Procedures
  29. Rational Drug Therapy
  30. Integrated Management of Neonatal and Childhood Illness
  31. Rights of Children

About the Authors:

  • OP Ghai

Contributors:

  • Vinod K Paul
  • Arvind Bagga

Overview

OP Ghai Pediatrics is the Golden book for pediatrics subject in fourth year. No doubt why it is the course textbook and is recommended by every doctor and student doing MBBS. The book has superb illustrated tables, diagrams and flowcharts. Explanations are easy to understand and there is no error spotted yet. In the end of every chapter, they usually have “Suggested reading” in case a student wants to jump in deep to the topic. The images used are clear cut, and the standard set by Ghai Pediatrics is worth noting. It is definitely the recommended book if you are or will be preparing for NEET PG exam after MBBS.

Suggestions to those studying Pediatrics in Fourth Year MBBS are as follows:

  1. You cannot simply mug up and pass. This subject will be valuable to you for rest of your medical career. Try diving in deep and learning every bit of it. The text isn’t really vast.
  2. Like said, you just don’t need to pass, you need to learn it by heart. Apart from that, 5-year question papers for your university are enough, you can try to do 10 years if you want.
  3. Stick to OP Ghai Pediatrics, it will sail your boat smoothly.
  4. To set up the base, you will need to regularly attend the clinical wards and see patients. It is suggested strictly to carry the book and make notes of a case before seeing it. Like if you wish to see a patient of Cerebral palsy, you can read the notes, and then make key-points of what you are going to question the patient and spot the clinical features. However, do not go direct diagnosis with “i know this is CP” in mind.
  5. This site will provide you a key look into how you should approach the patients in wards and set up your base. There are some clinical questions-to-ask from the patients, signs to note and some texts you should know, all at one article. Just check out some given below:

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You can download the OP Ghai Pediatrics textbook by Google drive links given below. If the link is not working, do let us know using the comments section, we will readily update it. If you are unable to locate the links, please refresh the page. If you need other books, do check out our First Year Books Download Section.

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Harper’s Illustrated Biochemistry Download Free PDF Book

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Harper's Illustrated Biochemistry Download Free PDF Book

Biochemistry is one of the typical subject in First Year of MBBS. Harper’s Illustrated Biochemistry is one of the textbook for Biochemistry. You can download Harper’s Illustrated Biochemistry 28th edition free book in PDF format for Biochemistry in First year MBBS using the links given below.

Harper’s Illustrated Biochemistry PDF Book

The free book has over 1269 pages and is the 28th edition of the series. If you need Harper’s Illustrated Biochemistry 29th or 30th edition, check the page updates. About the book, there are 54 Chapters divided in 3 Sections in Total with two appendices. Some of the chapters in book are as follows:

  1. Biochemistry & Medicine
  2. Water & pH
  3. Amino Acids & Peptides
  4. Proteins: Determination of Primary Structure
  5. Proteins: Higher Orders of Structure
  6. Proteins: Myoglobin & Hemoglobin
  7. Enzymes: Mechanism of Action
  8. Enzymes: Kinetics
  9. Enzymes: Regulation of Activities
  10. Bioinformatics & Computational Biology
  11. Bioenergetics: The Role of ATP
  12. Biologic Oxidation
  13. The Respiratory Chain & Oxidative Phosphorylation
  14. Carbohydrates of Physiologic Significance
  15. Lipids of Physiologic Significance
  16. Overview of Metabolism & the Provision of Metabolic Fuels
  17. The Citric Acid Cycle: The Catabolism of Acetyl-CoA
  18. Glycolysis & the Oxidation of Pyruvate
  19. Metabolism of Glycogen
  20. Gluconeogenesis & the Control of Blood Glucose
  21. The Pentose Phosphate Pathway & Other Pathways of Hexose Metabolism
  22. Oxidation of Fatty Acids: Ketogenesis
  23. Biosynthesis of Fatty Acids & Eicosanoids
  24. Metabolism of Acylglycerols & Sphingolipids
  25. Lipid Transport & Storage
  26. Cholesterol Synthesis, Transport, & Excretion
  27. Biosynthesis of the Nutritionally Nonessential Amino Acids
  28. Catabolism of Proteins & of Amino Acid Nitrogen
  29. Catabolism of the Carbon Skeletons of Amino Acids
  30. Conversion of Amino Acids to Specialized Products
  31. Porphyrins & Bile Pigments
  32. Nucleotides
  33. Metabolism of Purine & Pyrimidine Nucleotides
  34. Nucleic Acid Structure & Function
  35. DNA Organization, Replication, & Repair
  36. RNA Synthesis, Processing, & Modification
  37. Protein Synthesis & the Genetic Code
  38. Regulation of Gene Expression
  39. Molecular Genetics, Recombinant DNA, & Genomic Technology
  40. Membranes: Structure & Function
  41. The Diversity of the Endocrine System
  42. Hormone Action & Signal Transduction
  43. Nutrition, Digestion, & Absorption
  44. Micronutrients: Vitamins & Minerals
  45. Free Radicals and Antioxidant Nutrients
  46. Intracellular Traffic & Sorting of Proteins
  47. Glycoproteins
  48. The Extracellular Matrix
  49. Muscle & the Cytoskeleton
  50. Plasma Proteins & Immunoglobulins
  51. Hemostasis & Thrombosis
  52. Red & White Blood Cells
  53. Metabolism of Xenobiotics
  54. Biochemical Case Histories

Click here if you need to check full syllabus of Biochemistry in First year of MBBS.

About the Authors:

  • Robert K. Murray, MD, PhD
  • David A. Bender, PhD
  • Kathleen M. Botham, PhD, DSc
  • Peter J. Kennelly, PhD
  • Victor W. Rodwell, PhD
  • P. Anthony Weil, PhD

Co-Authors:

  • Daryl K. Granner, MD
  • Peter L. Gross, MD, MSc, FRCP(C)
  • Frederick W. Keeley, PhD

Overview

Although the most commonly used book remains U Satyanarayana, Harper’s Illustrated Biochemistry has set some real standards. It has far better illustrated diagrams and flowcharts, much better explanations and yes, it is recommended book if you are or will be preparing for NEET PG exam after MBBS. Some of the new features of medical interest as per book include:

  1. Influence of the Human Genome Project on various biomedical fields.
  2. Re-write of the use of enzymes in medical diagnosis.
  3. New material on computer-aided drug discovery.
  4. Compilation of some conformational diseases.
  5. New material on advanced glycation end-products and their importance in diabetes mellitus.
  6. New material on the attachment of influenza virus to human cells.
  7. Some major challenges facing medicine.

Suggestions to those studying Biochemistry in First Year MBBS are as follows:

  1. This subject is kind of mug-up everything, except some important topics that are important clinically. Such topics are must, and examples include Glucose Tolerance Test. Those preparing for Post Graduation will have to read everything though.
  2. 5-year question papers for your university are enough, you can try to do 10 years if you want.
  3. Focus on other subjects rather than all concentration on Biochemistry. Physiology and Anatomy are going to help you more than learning biochemistry.
  4. Check out our guide on Blood Test Interpretation- Normal Values and Red Range.

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You can download the Harper’s Illustrated Biochemistry book by link given below. If the link is not working, do let us know using the comments section, we will readily update it. If you are unable to locate the links, please refresh the page. If you need other books, do check out our First Year Books Download Section.

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Dhingra ENT PDF Book Download Free 6th Edition

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Dhingra ENT PDF Download

The PL Dhingra ENT- Diseases of Ear, Nose and Throat & Head and Neck Surgery is a book of Second Year used by MBBS Students for ENT Subject. For current, Dhingra ENT is the only curriculum book and used by all universities and medical colleges in India. It is superbly well-defined book with a lot illustrative diagrams and charts. We have provided the links to PL Dhingra ENT- Diseases of Ear, Nose and Throat eBook in PDF Format for free download below.

PL Dhingra ENT Book 6th Edition PDF Book

The free book has over 490 pages and is the 6th edition of the series. If you want to download 7th or 8th edition of PL Dhingra ENT, you can always check us out later. About the book, there are 10 sections which deal with:

  • Section 1: Diseases of Ear
  • Section 2: Diseases of Nose and Paranasal sinuses
  • Section 3: Diseases of Oral Cavity and Salivary Glands
  • Section 4: Diseases of Pharynx
  • Section 5: Diseases of Larynx and Trachea
  • Section 6: Diseases of Thyroid and it’s disorders
  • Section 7: Diseases of Oesophagus
  • Section 8: Recent Advances
  • Section 9: Clinical methods in ENT and Neck masses
  • Section 10: Operative Surgery

Apart from the 10 sections, the book also features beautiful appendices, including the Instrument appendix that shows images and texts of Instruments used in ENT. These appendices are definitely the life-saviors during practicals at end of semester.

About the Authors of Book:

  • PL Dhingra, MS, DLO, MNAMS, FIMSA
  • Shruti Dhingra, MS (MAMC), DNB, MNAMS

Assisted by:

  • Deeksha Dhingra, MD, PGDHA, MPH (University of Sydney)

Overview

The PL Dhignra ENT book is still the standard for ENT department in medical colleges in India and is the most widely used book in Second Year MBBS for ENT subject. All the sections are necessary, however the focus is always on Ear, Neck and Throat, including Thyroid and Larynx.

One of the important topic is classification of Cancer, it usually comes in exams. Attending the clinical wards with book in hand is the finest way to learn ENT. Watching out surgeries is another way to make sure you never forget text. We also have some articles on this website that are made especially for MBBS students, and are notes of ENT topics that are typical to understand. Some of them are:

  1. Nasal Myiasis: Maggots in Nose
  2. Atrophic Rhinitis
  3. Deviated Nasal Septum (DNS)
  4. Meniere’s Diseases
  5. Otosclerosis
  6. Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media (CSOM)
  7. Atticoantral CSOM
  8. Tubotympanic CSOM

Suggestions to those who are looking forward to establishing a clinical understanding in ENT are as follows:

  1. Read up everything, even if you are not in a mood to mug up. It will clear out some concepts and some things are bound to stay in your long term memory.
  2. Focus on the diseases more, you will usually find a lot of people with Otitis Media and Deviated Nasal Septum.
  3. Make up a habit of co-relating everything and you will find the book is almost everything you already know.
  4. If you need help, following are some posts that can greatly help you understand clinical methods. They have been made short but explained to the level of a medical student. These are:

PL Dhingra ENT 6th Edition PDF Book Download





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DAMS Handwritten Notes 2017 PDF Free Download

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DAMS Handwritten Notes 2017 PDF Free Download
DAMS Handwritten Notes 2017 PDF Free Download

The DAMS is one of the prestigious and successful career point for MBBS students preparing to pursue Post-graduation after MBBS through NEET exam. Here, you can find Handwritten notes by DAMS in PDF Format for free download from Google Drive by 2017 and 2018. The list has been separated as MBBS First year, Second year, Third year and Fourth year. Scroll through the subjects and click to follow the download links to each subject handwritten notes. Please note we are regularly updating the links, so do check back after one day if you cannot find the links.

Delhi Academy of Medical Sciences (DAMS) is currently the top most coaching institute for PG Medical Entrance Education for over 16 years now. Under the leadership of Dr. Sumer Sethi, Radiologist and previous topper in AIPG/ AIIMS. DAMS is recognized for its impeccable foresight, enviable expertise and innate acumen.

Apart from number 1 coaching institute for the PG medical entrance examinations AIPG(NBE/NEET) Pattern, they are also known for preparing students to crack the tough most medical entrance exams like AIIMS, PGI, UPSC, DNB & MCI screening. DAMS provides specialized courses which are designed by experts in the respective fields led by Dr. Sumer Sethi , who is a radiologist and was himself a topper in AIPG & AIIMS before. They indeed provide best coaching for AIPG (NBE/NEET) Pattern, AIIMS PG entrance, and PGI Chandigarh by our sincere effort.

Below are Year-wise links to DAMS Handwritten notes in PDF Format. You can either choose to download them, or we have separately provided links to read the notes online through Google Drive. Although we recommend buying hard copies of these notes rather than reading the pdf files. You can buy the printed and audio notes here- Buy Here Online.

DAMS First Year Handwritten Notes PDF

Download the handwritten notes for First year MBBS Students from links given below. The subjects included in first year are Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry.

Anatomy Notes

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DAMS Second Year Handwritten Notes PDF

Download the handwritten notes for Second year MBBS Students from links given below. The subjects included in Second year are Pathology, Pharmacology, FMT (Forensic Medicine) and Microbiology.

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DAMS Third Year Handwritten Notes PDF

Download the handwritten notes for Third year MBBS Students from links given below.The subjects included in Third year are ENT (Ear Nose and Throat), Ophthalmology and PSM (Community Medicine).



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DAMS Fourth Year Handwritten Notes PDF

Download the handwritten notes for Fourth year MBBS Students from links given below. The subjects included in Fourth year are Obs and Gyne, Medicine, Surgery, Pediatrics, Anesthesia, Psychiatry, Radiology, Dermatology and Orthopedics.

Obstetrics and Gynecology (OBG) Notes

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Bonus DAMS Notes

Apart from the regular notes, you can download additional notes from the teachers mentioned below. These are Thameem sir notes for Medicine and Ashwini sir notes for Anatomy. These are again under the DAMS notes section and are handwritten notes properly.

Medicine: Thameem Notes

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