OTORHINOLARYNGLOGY SORTED 10 YEAR QUESTION PAPERS [2009-2018] WBUHS 3rd Professional MBBS

OTORHINOLARYNGLOGY SORTED 10 YEAR QUESTION PAPERS [2009-2018] WBUHS 3rd Professional MBBS

WBUHS THIRD PROF. MBBS [PART- I] SORTED 10 YEAR QUESTION PAPERS [2009-2018] Click in this link below to download. Download PDF Marks Distribution TOTAL MARKS- 100 PASS MARKS- 50 THEORY: 40 MARKS Group A Pre and Para Clinical Subjects (No Alternative) – 10 Marks Group B Problem Based Question (One out of Two) – 10 Marks Group C Short Notes (Two out of Three) – 10(5×2) Marks Group D Answer in Brief (Two out of Three) – 10(5×2) Marks ORAL:…

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Adrenaline in Anaphylactic Shock and Other Drugs for it

Adrenaline in Anaphylactic Shock and Other Drugs for it

What is adrenaline? Adrenaline, or epinephrine, is a catecholamine secreted by the adrenal medulla and is one of the hormones released during stressful situations. Other catecholamines synthesised in the body are noradrenaline (norepinephrine) and dopamine. Structurally it contains a 3,4-dihydroxybenzene group. Synthesis The principal catecholamines of the body are formed by hydroxylation and decarboxylation of the amino acid, tyrosine. Adrenaline is formed by methylation of noradrenaline, which is formed from tyrosine in neurons secreting catecholamines. Enzyme phenylethanolamine-N-methyltransferase (PNMT) catalyses this…

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What is Multiple sclerosis? And what its treatment?

What is Multiple sclerosis? And what its treatment?

What is Multiple sclerosis: Introduction: Multiple sclerosis also known as Disseminated sclerosis is the most common CNS demyelinating  disease. The usual age onset is 20 to 40 years. In this disease there is recurrent attack of focal degenerative neurological disorders with predilection for involvement of the spinal cord , optic nerve and brain. The early attack is like a single symptom or sign ; most commonly optic neuritis followed by recovery. Prevalence in India: In India MS is a very common neurological…

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How to lose belly fat in one month – very effective way

How to lose belly fat in one month – very effective way

Belly fat is more than just a nuisance that makes your clothes feel tight. Fat inside the belly area is also termed visceral fat, and it is seriously harmful. This type of fat is a major risk factor for type 2 diabetes and heart disease, to name a few. Many health organizations use BMI (body mass index) to classify weight and predict the risk of metabolic disease. However, this is misleading.   People with excess belly fat are at an…

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These things you must know about Male and Female Epispadias

These things you must know about Male and Female Epispadias

Epispadias is a rare congenital abnormality that involves the opening of the urethra. It can occur in male as well as in female. In Male – The urethra opens in the top of the penis rather than the tip. In Female – The urethral opening is towards the clitoris or even in the belly area. Frequency – It occurs more commonly in males than in females, with a prevalence of 1 case in 10,000 – 50,000 persons. The male to…

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Cyclopia – One Eyed Baby – Proboscis above eyes

Cyclopia – One Eyed Baby – Proboscis above eyes

Cyclopia is a rare form of holoprosencephaly. The synonyms for Cyclopia are cyclocephaly or synophthalmia. Cyclopia is a congenital birth defect and a rare one,occurring in an incidence of 1 in 200 miscarriages. Cyclopia is not confined only to the human species but may occur in animals too (1 in 16,000 born animals). Presentation – The baby usually has one eye (commonly called as One-eyed baby) located in the forehead at the site of what should have been the root…

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What is Sacrococcygeal Teratoma

What is Sacrococcygeal Teratoma

What is Sacrococcygeal Teratoma? Sacrococcygeal Teratoma is the Teratoma of the Tailbone. Teratoma means a tumor made up of several different tissues like bone, skin, hair or muscle typically occurring in the testicle, ovary or tailbone. How it looks? Fetal SCT may be completely internal – may push and displace other oragns internally. At Birth – visible lump or mass under skin top of the buttock crease (can be seen in the picture). It feels like a hard boiled egg….

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You must know these things about Embolism

You must know these things about Embolism

  An embolus is a detached intravascular solid, liquid, or gaseous mass that is carried by the blood from its point of origin to a distant site, where it often causes tissue dysfunction or infarction. The vast majority of emboli are dislodged thrombi, hence the term thromboembolism. Other rare emboli are composed of fat droplets, nitrogen bubbles, atherosclerotic debris (cholesterol emboli), tumor fragments, bone marrow, or even foreign bodies. Emboli travel through the blood until they encounter vessels too small…

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Salary of a Doctor in India

Salary of a Doctor in India

As a medical student I strongly believe that being a doctor is one of the nobel proffesion in India. Let’s talk about the salary of a doctor in India after MBBS. It varies from state to state and also the place of work. Here we catagorize the earning of a doctor by his speciality in work and experiences he gather. Goverment vs Private sector– In general Govt hospital pay less money than a private sector. A MBBS doctor earn 30000/-…

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8 Ways to Maintain a Healthy Spine

8 Ways to Maintain a Healthy Spine

Back pain is one of the most common problem of many people. Among them low back pain is most common reasons for a visit to the doctor these days. Here is the #8 tips for healthy and strong spine. 1. Stand straight– Correct posture can prevent all back pain. 2. Sleep properly–  Adequate sleep required for overall health. But beside this, sleeping in a good posture is a valuable thing to maintain spine health. Sleep on your side, not your stomach:…

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