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Differences between Piles, Fistula, and Fissures- Summarised Table

Piles or Hemorrhoids are painless and appear as a "Splash" of blood. Fissure, on the other hand, is excruciatingly painful and manifests as a "Streak" of blood during feces. Lastly, the most common sign of a fistula is discharge.

Deep Venous Thrombosis vs Varicose Veins

Learn to differentiate between Deep Venous Thrombosis (DVT) and Varicose veins. Use the cheat sheet here.

Respiratory System Examination Format: History Taking

Check out our complete guide on how to examine Respiratory system during clinical wards posting. Learn how to take history and Inspect, Palpate, Percuss and Auscultate the patient.

Fever History Taking Format by Questions Answers

Read the exclusive super-detailed guide you ever needed for Fever History Taking in Clinical practice or in medicine wards. Don't believe? Have a look.

Differentiating Type of Bowel Sounds- Complete Guide

It is difficult to auscultate bowel sounds sometimes as this skill requires patience and mastery. Experienced physicians often make diagnoses based on palpation and...

What is an Innocent Heart Murmur? 8 Characteristics Mnemonic

Worried about Innocent Heart Murmur? Here are the eight characteristics of innocent heart murmur in children and when to worry.

Stroke Mnemonics and Acronyms: Complete Guide and Notes

Complete guide crafted from NICE and SIGN algorithms for grasping concepts of Stroke for PLAB exam. Includes clinchers and mnemonics.

IV Cannula Insertion: Uses and Sizes Chart, Parts, Mnemonic

IV Cannulation or Intravenous Cannula Insertion is a procedure of establishing a parenteral route in the patient. It helps in quickly giving fluids and medicines, easily access iv route for blood samples, etc.

White (Milky) Urine- Differential Diagnosis Approach Chart

Learn to make differential diagnosis in a case of Chyluria (White Urine or Milky Pee)