FROM A CLINICIAN'S BIOSCOPE: The Year 2010 →
Wish for the Year 2010.
FROM A CLINICIAN'S BIOSCOPE: Symptoms of Heart... →
The immediately available person can help a victim of heart attack by performing CPR and making use of the commonly available household medicines.
Atherosclerosis: Thickening of Arterial Wall →
Measurements of waist circumference (WC), waist to hip ratio (WHR) and Body mass index (BMI) are some of predictors of risk of heart attack. Waist circumference >32 inches in female and >37 inches in male have the risk of heart attack. Persons having WHR > 0.7 and BMI >30 are at the risk of developing atherosclerosis.
FROM A CLINICIAN'S BIOSCOPE: Vaishnav Jana To Tene... →
Recently, there has been a get-together of all the doctors of our hospital; where everybody was asked to sing a song. I am not a singer, so also many of us; when my turn came, I choose to sing the famous prayer song of Gandhi, “Vaishnav jana to tene Kahiye…”
Changes in The Esophagus from Acid Problem →
Constant acid reflux from the stomach may change the inner lining of esophagus from squamous cell to columnar cell
FROM A CLINICIAN'S BIOSCOPE: Tea, Coffee Seem to... →
Tea and coffee intake has been long studied for antioxidant property; this article says about its protective effect on diabetes, and the possible mode of action.
Tea, Coffee Seem to Protect Against Diabetes →
Drinking lots of coffee and tea every day — even decaf — might keep diabetes away, new research shows.
FROM A CLINICIAN'S BIOSCOPE: Stem Cells a... →
The Notch pathway is rather a new concept; may be helpful in the long run to control recurrences of breast cancer.
Stem Cells a Promising Target in Breast CA →
The Notch pathway is rather new concept; may be helpful in the long run to control recurrences of breast cancer.
FROM A CLINICIAN'S BIOSCOPE: Tips to Prevent... →
A little careful movement of the limb will prevent shoulder dislocation and associated pain from that; which is much severe. Still, there will be some cases of this dislocation attracting an emergency attention.
Esophageal Ulcer →
An accidentally ingested fish bone causing an ulcer in the esophagus was the cause of dysphagia, a painful agglutination; viewed in endoscopy.
FROM A CLINICIAN'S BIOSCOPE: A Papilloma Of... →
A papilloma of stomach as seen in an endoscopy is presented here. A biopsy( taking small bit of tissue) has been done for histopathological study. A small amount of bleeding bleeding is seen which ceases quickly.
FROM A CLINICIAN'S BIOSCOPE: Esophageal Erosion... →
Ulcer in the stomach and duodenum can be visualized through endoscopy for appropriate treatment.
Diseases Presenting as Piles →
So, for any bleeding from anus a simple examination like digital examination should not be skipped.
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