13 Jan, 2012
Cancer is due to uncontrolled cell growth contributed by disordered activation of cellular genes. The genes that contribute to cancer are called Oncogenes those that prevent the occurrence of cancer are called anti-oncogenes.
Though the cause seems simple, the cells must bye pass several checkpoints.. Continue Reading>>
13 Jan, 2012
Cataract is more common with advancing age. Cataract may be due to degeneration and opacification of existing fibres of the lens or an abberation in formation of new nerve fibres.
Risk Factors for Cataract:
The risk of cataract rises with increasing age, dehydration, heavy exposure to sunlight, Vita.. Continue Reading>>
12 Jan, 2012
Caring your baby for the first year is very important. This book from American Academy of Pediatrics. It is an exhaustive book dealing with injuries, illnesses, vaccination schedule.
Number Of Pages: 816 pages
Publisher: Bantam; 3 Rev Upd edition (May 25, 2010)
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11 Jan, 2012
The most popular book for undergraduates and PG aspirants, has been completely revised and updated to incorporate the changing understanding in Bio-Chemistry. The new edition boasts an unprecedented number of Illustrations and Charts. Every chapter is accompanied by Chapter Summary. The book also p.. Continue Reading>>
4 Jan, 2012
To demonstrate radiological features of Developmental Dysplasia Of Hip(DDH)/ Congenital Dislocation Of Hip, Von Rosen’s View is preferred.
1.The normal position of the head of the femur is in the lower and inner quadrant formed by Perkin’s and Hilgenreiner’.. Continue Reading>>
30 Dec, 2011
free ppt orthopaedics
Volkmann’s Ischaemic Contracture results from an elevation of interstitial pressure in a closed osseo-fascial compartment that leads in micro vascular compromise and irreversible damage to the contents of the space.
Aetiology of Volkmann’s Ischaemic Contracture:
1.Decreased compartment .. Continue Reading>>