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HOW TO MANAGE ALLERGIC RHINITIS?
A REVIEW FOR COMMUNITY PHYSICIANS

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10 mn read Allergic rhinitis (AR) is an inflammatory disease of the nasal mucosa. The typical symptoms are rhinorrhea, sneezing, nasal congestion, nasal pruritus which could extend to eyes, and also redness and lacrimation in many patients. In this article Dr. Manuj Jain (ENT Surgeon), guides on “How to manage Allergic Rhinitis”. Definition Allergic rhinitis (AR) is an […]

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A REVIEW FOR COMMUNITY PHYSICIANS”
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Spinal claudication vs Vascular claudication

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< 1 mn read In this post we compare the major differences between Spinal Claudication vs Vascular Claudication. Claudication Definition The word claudication originates from a Latin word “claudicare” which means, ‘to limp’ [1]. Claudication is a pain, cramp or sense of fatigue in a muscle group of the lower extremity related to walking or any sustained exercise of […]

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Tarlov Cyst on Sacrum

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4 mn read In this post we present a case of Large Tarlov Cyst on Sacrum, extending from L5 to S2. It is described under the following heads: What is Tarlov Cyst? aka Perineural cysts. It was first described by Isadore Max Tarlov (1905-1977) in 1938, hence the name Tarlov Cyst. They are CSF-filled dilatations of the sheath […]

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Diagnosis and Treatment of Allergic Cough – Indian Scenario

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7 mn read Diagnosis and Treatment of Allergic Cough pose a challenge for clinicians. In this post, Diagnosis and Treatment of Allergic Cough has been discussed in detail under the following heads: What is Allergic Cough? Cough is a vital protective reflex preventing aspiration and enhancing airway clearance. However, pathologically excessive and protracted cough is a common and […]

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Surgical Knotting Techniques: History, Types & Videos

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10 mn read Surgical knotting techniques are a way of securely tying sutures over a specific tissue or while ligating blood vessels. Various knotting types and techniques are used in surgical practice and they form an important aspect of basic surgical skillset for a surgeon. History Sutures are best made of soft thread, not too hard twisted that […]

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Exam Pattern and Books for Preparation of Surgery NEET SS (MCh/DrNB) 2022

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3 mn read In this post we will be elucidating in detail the exam pattern and best books to follow for NEET SS Surgery preparation. What is NEET SS Exam? NEET-SS is an eligibility-cum- ranking examination specified as the single entrance exam for admission to various DM/ MCh and DrNB Super Specialty programs as per as per Section […]

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Why do Indian doctors go to Ukraine to study medicine?

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2 mn read Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has brought to fore the plight of India’s medical education system. Around 90 per cent of the Indian scholars stranded there are studying medicine, according to central government data. Many people are clueless and want to know why Indian doctors go to countries like Ukraine to study medicine while there are […]

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