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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.

Anatomy Mnemonics for MBBS Students First Year Notes

All the Anatomy Mnemonics you will ever need for your first year MBBS as a medical student. These include Upper limb, Lower limb, Thorax and Head & Neck Mnemonics.

Apurba Sastry Microbiology PDF Latest Edition Free Download

Download Apurba Sastry Microbiology PDF. Get the latest edition of Essential of Microbiology book by second-year MBBS students for free here directly from Google Drive.

Celiac Disease: Super Notes for Medical Students

In this post, we will cover Celiac disease short notes. We will introduce the topic with a concise summary first and then read in-depth...

5 DISCO Drugs Causing Gynaecomastia: Super Medical Mnemonics

DISCO Drugs which cause Gynaecomastia are Digitalis, INH, Sprinolactone, Cimetidine and Oestrogen. Read more here.

Urinary Bladder Retention in Males: Clinical Approach

Urinary retention is the inability to urinate, thereby the bladder doesn't empty. It could be acute or chronic retention of urine. Acute Urinary Retention is a medical emergency and needs to be treated with foley's catheter most often. Read more on Causes in Men, Clinical Approach, Treatment, Diagnosis and Management.

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.

Potassium Balance vs Hypokalemia vs Hyperkalemia

Earlier in Fluid and Electrolyte disturbances, we talked about Sodium, Hyponatremia, and Hyperkalemia. In this blog, potassium is going to be the target. Potassium...