Which muscle is responsible for closure of eye?


Muscle responsible for closure of eye: 1)      Orbicularis oculiRead More

What are the muscles responsible for opening of eye?


Muscles responsible for opening of eye: 1)      Levator palpebrae superioris – Elevate the upper eyelid 2)      Superior Tarsal – Elevates the upper eyelid 3)      Inferior Tarsal – Depress the lower eyelid

Active management of 3rd Stage of Labour (AMTSL)

Management of 3rd stage of labour: Within 1 minute of delivery – Oxytocin 10 ml I/V or I/M is given. Deliver the placenta by Control Cord Traction (CCT). Examination of placental membrane. Fundal massage. Other …Read More

EYE Viva Questions

Treatment of Acute congestive stage of PACG. How visual field can be measured? What is proptosis? Five important causes of proptosis. What is stye? Tell its treatment in brief. Name the local anaesthetic agents for …Read More

Examination of nose and para nasal sinuses

Anterior Nasal Spack Packing

Nose and paranasal sinuses from specialclass

Anatomy Mnemonics

Memorizing parts of Duodenum

Diaphragm apertures: spinal levels Aortic hiatus = 12 letters = T12 Oesophagus = 10 letters = T10 Vena cava = 8 letters = T8 Meckel’s diverticulum details 2 inches long. 2 feet from end of …Read More Read More

Essential Topics in Orthopaedics for Final Prof MBBS

apley's system of orthopaedics and fractures pdf

Definitions: Fracture Dislocation Subluxation Malunion Non-union Delayed union Green-stick Fracture Compound Fracture Compressed Fracture Colle’s Fracture Compartment Syndrome Club Foot Monteggia & Galeazzi Fracture Short Notes: Pathological Fracture Club foot Amputation Internal Fixation External Fixation …Read More

Apley’s System of Orthopaedics and Fractures pdf

apley's system of orthopaedics and fractures pdf

Apley’s System of Orthopaedics and Fractures is an essential textbook for those seeking to understand the structure and function of the musculoskeletal system, its diseases and its response to trauma. The book’s success was initiated …Read More Read More

Allis Tissue Forceps

Alli's Tissue forceps

Instrument (Allis Tissue Forceps) Questions: Identifiy it? Identifying Points? Uses? Advantages? Sterilization? Answers: 1.Allis Tissue Forceps 2.Identifying Points: Catch at the handle Tips curved inwards with multiple teeth and socket Gap is more pronounced in …Read More

Distribution of Collagen Tissue

Distribution of different types of Collagen tissue: There are 4 types of Collagen Tissue. They are distributed as follows – Type-1: Bone Type-2: Cartilage Type-3: Many places Type-4: Basement membrane of Kidney How to memorize …Read More