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This includes a simple chart to depict the classification of carbohydrates with its subtypes, characteristics and examples.
Pathology paper II important topics muhs
This includes important topics of pathology paper II which is frequently asked in university exams. It contains systemic pathology
Pathology paper I important topics muhs
This includes all the important topics of pathology paper I which is frequently asked in university exams. This covers general pathology and haematology.
All you need to know about MECKEL'S DIVERTICULUM is briefed in thirteen points which dimensions to symptoms.
This includes brief description of the cartilage present in our body, its subtypes, location in the body and some characteristic points.
This includes brief about abdominal hernia , its complications, the types of abdominal hernia and a brief about direct and indirect inguinal hernia.
FDC- Endocrine System
This includes the fixed Drug combination used in Endocrine ailments with individual use of drug with dose. Also the used FDC is rational or irrational is mentioned.
FDC- Gastrointestinal System
This includes the fixed drug combinations (FDC) used in Gastrointestinal System ailments. The role of individual drug in FDC and their uses together are mentioned.
Anatomy of Breast
This includes the details of anatomy of breast including its relations, structure, blood supply, nerve supply and lymphatic drainage
Chemotherapy for Malaria
This includes various drugs prescribed in malaria ( both chloroquine resistant and non- resistant) with their doses. Also prophylaxis for Malaria is included.
Microbiology paper I MUHS
This includes important topics of microbiology paper I which is frequently asked in university exam chapter -wise. It includes general microbiology, bacteriology and Clinical microbiology
Microbiology paperII MUHS
This includes important topics of microbiology paperII which are frequently asked in university exams chapterwise
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