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A syringe is a simple reciprocating pump consisting of a plunger (though in modern syringes, it is actually a piston) that fits tightly within a cylindrical tube called a barrel. The plunger can be linearly pulled and pushed along the inside of the tube, allowing the syringe to take in and expel liquid or gas through a discharge orifice at the front (open) end of the tube. The open end of the syringe may be fitted with a hypodermic needle, a nozzle or tubing to direct the flow into and out of the barrel. Syringes are frequently used in clinical medicine to administer injections, infuse intravenous therapy into the bloodstream, apply compounds such as glue or lubricant, and draw/measure liquids. Follow Us ❤️ @medicohub_worldwide #medical #medicalstudents #syringe #surgeon #surgical #surgeonsofinstagram #surgery #medicohubworldwide #doctorsofinstagram #nursesofig #medicohubworldwide #usmlepreparation #usa #usmlestep1 #aiims #neet #uk #fmge_mci_exam #newhampshire #newmexico #newyork #newjersey #india #medstudents #fmge #stethoscope

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Finally Dr Deepak cleared mci with 181😎😇 Jai Shri mahakal😇 thankyou dadaji n my family members n all my friends, Juniors, seniors for always motivating me❤️Mehnat Rang lati he aaj Pata chal gaya😊 special thanks to @mistfmge and PrepLadder 😇 journey to becoming first doctor of my village 😇 . . . . #fmge_mci_exam #fmge #mist #fmge2020 #fmgeindia #mbbs #mbbsstudent #mbbsdiaries #mbbslife #motivation #life #happy #prepladder #doctor #doctors #doctorlife #medicos

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Start NEXT preparation right from 1st year or 2nd-year MBBS. Make power#mbbsexamsover of pre- & para-clinical subjects relevant to clinical subjects Clinical subjects taught in-depth & small bites through the applied point of view. Start early. Do little but daily. Succeed certainly. Teaching & self-study blended together & happen in a systematic way through a series of modules. Teachers from the coaching institute offer round-the-clock support to their students. Do Visit us today at https://bit.ly/3jycFr0 for more updates and the best coaching. #nextexam #Nationalexittest #prep #medical #doctor #medicine #medico #medicalstudent #aiims #doctors #mbbsstudent #MD #Next #FMGE #MBBS #MbbsAbroad #BestInstituteForFMGE #fmge_mci_exam #fmgeindia #NEET #mbbsinabroad #mbbsinRussia #mbbsinUkraine #mbbsinKyrgyzstan #mbbsinPhilippines #onlinecoaching #onlinetraining #nextexam #preparation #mbbsexams

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Inside A Pimple ❓ : Pimples are clogged with dead skin cells, oil, and bacteria that lives on the skin. More severe pimples are inflamed and filled with pus. Experts say popping pimples at home can make acne worse and cause infections • #pathology #skincare #pimples #video #trending #instagram #beauty #medicohubworldwide #disease #chemicalnames #biochemistry #preventiveandsocialmedicine #pharmacology #pathology #medicine #importants #fmge_mci_exam #recentquestions #mci#microbiology

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This post should go out once a year to remind people how to save lives. This is probably the most common way you will save a life at home or in public. I’ve performed this several times........ Repost from @medicohubworldwide • Choking occurs when breathing is impeded by a constricted or obstructed throat or windpipe. In some cases the air flow is completely blocked, in other cases some amount of air can pass to the lungs. Insufficient oxygen being delivered to the body will result in oxygen deprivation. Although oxygen stored in the blood and lungs can keep a person alive for several minutes after breathing stops, this sequence of events can lead to death. Choking was the fourth most common cause of unintentional injury-related death in the US in 2011. Choking is often caused by an object from outside the body, also called a foreign body, blocking the airway. The object can block the upper or lower airway passages.The airway obstruction is usually partial, but can also be complete. Among children, the most common causes of choking are food, coins, toys, and balloons. In one study, peanuts were the most common object found in the airway of children evaluated for suspected foreign body aspiration. Foods that pose a high risk of choking include hot dogs, hard candy, nuts, seeds, whole grapes, raw carrots, apples, popcorn, peanut butter, marshmallows, chewing gum, and sausages.The most common cause of choking death in children is latex balloons. Small, round non-food objects such as balls, marbles, toys, and toy parts are also associated with a high risk of choking death because of their potential to completely block a child's airway. Follow Us ❤️ @medicohubworldwide Follow Popular Medical Pages For Amazing Medical Stuff; @medicohubworldwide @med_tok @physiomedicalworldwide #medical #choking #pathology #medicalstudent #doctor #nurse #paramedic #physiotherapist #medicohubworldwide #aiims #neet #fmge #fmge_mci_exam #usa #usmlestep1 #usmlestep2 #usmlestep3 #surgery #stethoscope #anesthesia

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This post should go out once a year to remind people how to save lives. This is probably the most common way you will save a life at home or in public. I’ve performed this several times........ Repost from @medicohubworldwide • Choking occurs when breathing is impeded by a constricted or obstructed throat or windpipe. In some cases the air flow is completely blocked, in other cases some amount of air can pass to the lungs. Insufficient oxygen being delivered to the body will result in oxygen deprivation. Although oxygen stored in the blood and lungs can keep a person alive for several minutes after breathing stops, this sequence of events can lead to death. Choking was the fourth most common cause of unintentional injury-related death in the US in 2011. Choking is often caused by an object from outside the body, also called a foreign body, blocking the airway. The object can block the upper or lower airway passages.The airway obstruction is usually partial, but can also be complete. Among children, the most common causes of choking are food, coins, toys, and balloons. In one study, peanuts were the most common object found in the airway of children evaluated for suspected foreign body aspiration. Foods that pose a high risk of choking include hot dogs, hard candy, nuts, seeds, whole grapes, raw carrots, apples, popcorn, peanut butter, marshmallows, chewing gum, and sausages.The most common cause of choking death in children is latex balloons. Small, round non-food objects such as balls, marbles, toys, and toy parts are also associated with a high risk of choking death because of their potential to completely block a child's airway. Follow Us ❤️ @medicohubworldwide Follow Popular Medical Pages For Amazing Medical Stuff; @medicohubworldwide @med_tok @physiomedicalworldwide #medical #choking #pathology #medicalstudent #doctor #nurse #paramedic #physiotherapist #medicohubworldwide #aiims #neet #fmge #fmge_mci_exam #usa #usmlestep1 #usmlestep2 #usmlestep3 #surgery #stethoscope #anesthesia

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This post should go out once a year to remind people how to save lives. This is probably the most common way you will save a life at home or in public. I’ve performed this several times........ Repost from @medicohubworldwide • Choking occurs when breathing is impeded by a constricted or obstructed throat or windpipe. In some cases the air flow is completely blocked, in other cases some amount of air can pass to the lungs. Insufficient oxygen being delivered to the body will result in oxygen deprivation. Although oxygen stored in the blood and lungs can keep a person alive for several minutes after breathing stops, this sequence of events can lead to death. Choking was the fourth most common cause of unintentional injury-related death in the US in 2011. Choking is often caused by an object from outside the body, also called a foreign body, blocking the airway. The object can block the upper or lower airway passages.The airway obstruction is usually partial, but can also be complete. Among children, the most common causes of choking are food, coins, toys, and balloons. In one study, peanuts were the most common object found in the airway of children evaluated for suspected foreign body aspiration. Foods that pose a high risk of choking include hot dogs, hard candy, nuts, seeds, whole grapes, raw carrots, apples, popcorn, peanut butter, marshmallows, chewing gum, and sausages.The most common cause of choking death in children is latex balloons. Small, round non-food objects such as balls, marbles, toys, and toy parts are also associated with a high risk of choking death because of their potential to completely block a child's airway. Follow Us ❤️ @medicohubworldwide Follow Popular Medical Pages For Amazing Medical Stuff; @medicohubworldwide @med_tok @physiomedicalworldwide #medical #choking #pathology #medicalstudent #doctor #nurse #paramedic #physiotherapist #medicohubworldwide #aiims #neet #fmge #fmge_mci_exam #usa #usmlestep1 #usmlestep2 #usmlestep3 #surgery #stethoscope #anesthesia

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This post should go out once a year to remind people how to save lives. This is probably the most common way you will save a life at home or in public. I’ve performed this several times........ Repost from @medicohubworldwide • Choking occurs when breathing is impeded by a constricted or obstructed throat or windpipe. In some cases the air flow is completely blocked, in other cases some amount of air can pass to the lungs. Insufficient oxygen being delivered to the body will result in oxygen deprivation. Although oxygen stored in the blood and lungs can keep a person alive for several minutes after breathing stops, this sequence of events can lead to death. Choking was the fourth most common cause of unintentional injury-related death in the US in 2011. Choking is often caused by an object from outside the body, also called a foreign body, blocking the airway. The object can block the upper or lower airway passages.The airway obstruction is usually partial, but can also be complete. Among children, the most common causes of choking are food, coins, toys, and balloons. In one study, peanuts were the most common object found in the airway of children evaluated for suspected foreign body aspiration. Foods that pose a high risk of choking include hot dogs, hard candy, nuts, seeds, whole grapes, raw carrots, apples, popcorn, peanut butter, marshmallows, chewing gum, and sausages.The most common cause of choking death in children is latex balloons. Small, round non-food objects such as balls, marbles, toys, and toy parts are also associated with a high risk of choking death because of their potential to completely block a child's airway. Follow Us ❤️ @medicohubworldwide Follow Popular Medical Pages For Amazing Medical Stuff; @medicohubworldwide @med_tok @physiomedicalworldwide #medical #choking #pathology #medicalstudent #doctor #nurse #paramedic #physiotherapist #medicohubworldwide #aiims #neet #fmge #fmge_mci_exam #usa #usmlestep1 #usmlestep2 #usmlestep3 #surgery #stethoscope #anesthesia

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#huntersyndrome Hunter syndrome symptoms vary and range from mild to severe. Symptoms aren't present at birth, but often begin around ages 2 to 4 as the harmful molecules build up. Signs and symptoms may include: ✳️An enlarged head ✳️Thickening of the lips ✳️A broad nose and flared nostrils ✳️A protruding tongue ✳️A deep, hoarse voice ✳️Abnormal bone size or shape and other skeletal irregularities ✳️A distended abdomen, as a result of enlarged internal organs ✳️Chronic diarrhoea ✳️White skin growths that resemble pebbles ✳️Joint stiffness ✳️Aggressive behavior ✳️Stunted growth ✳️Delayed development, such as late walking or talking . . . . . . . . . . . . . #medicalmemes #medicaljokes #neetpgpreparation #medicalcartoon #biochemistry #medicinememes #anatomymemes #nursingmemes #medcomics #mucopolisacaridosis #futuredoctor #nursingmemes #fmge_mci_exam #medschool #medico #doctor #doctortobe #nursingstudent #pathology #hurlersyndrome #doctorsofinstagram #medicinememes #oncology #usmlestep1 #usmlestep2

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What do you think about this ? Double Tap ❤️ If You Agree. . Tag Your Medico Friend Someone who needs to see this❤️😍🔥 . Like❤️Share🚀Comment💬. Turn On Post Notifications🔥🔥 . Make Sure You Follow @medicoarchive to get the Turn On Post Notification So You Don't Miss Out Anything #medicalfunny #endocrinologymemes #endocrinologymeeting #endocrinology #endocrinesystem #learnendocrinology #neuroendocrine #endocrinedisruptors #fatherofendocrinology #endocrinologist #neetpgflashcards #neetpgnotes #neetpgnotes2021 #fmgejune2021 #fmgepreparation #fmgemockexam #fmgeaspirant #fmgemnemonics #fmge_mci_exam #fmgeindia #medicalstudyresources #medstudyblr #medstudygram #medstudychallenge #medstudygramersmx

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IF YOU APPRECIATE MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS DOUBLE TAP. TAG A MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS❣️❣️❣️ That’s a very cool stethoscope 💎 Tag someone who would like to have the same! Follow to learn everyday @meducasion we love you health for you learn and live #meducasion#medicine #medicalschool #mbbs #motivation #medicalscience #medical #mci #medlife #usmle #usmlestep1 #usmleprep #fmge #fmge_mci_exam #neet #nurses #nursingschool #anatomyandphysiology2 #anatomyandphysiology #doctors #diseases

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Severe leg muscle cramps!! That calf wriggles like an alien creature!  Leg cramp is an episode of sudden pain in the muscles of the leg caused by an involuntary and forcibly contracting (shortening) of that muscle that does not relax.  The video shows a visible and palpable hardening of the involved muscle.  Most cramps occur in the calf muscles and, less commonly, in the feet and thighs and can last from a few seconds up to 10-15 minutes.  They’re extremely common, and can be very frustrating for patient and physician alike, in part because most cases of leg cramps are idiopathic (unknown cause). Fortunately they’re usually harmless, however, examination should include an assessment for possible peripheral neuropathy and peripheral vascular disease, as well as other disorders that can have symptoms that present as leg cramps, such as tetany, myalgia, and restless legs syndrome.  No specific medical treatment is indicated for leg cramps, but several drugs can be used. Calcium-channel blockers, such as diltiazem, are effective to treat nocturnal leg cramps. . #physician #surgeon #gynae #dentist#medschool #medicalhumor #medstudentlife#medical#medicalstudent #doctors#nursing #futuredoctor #paramedics #dentalstudent #residency#instamed #md#jjhmc #viralmedical #disease #chemicalnames #biochemistry #preventiveandsocialmedicine #pharmacology #pathology #medicine #importants #fmge_mci_exam #recentquestions #mci

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People often have a "left brain" or "right brain dominance". "Left-brain" people are mainly factual and analytical, but they lack creativity, feeling and overview. "Right-brain" people are creative, sensitive, intuitive and artistic, but lack analytical thinking. Only when the left hemisphere of the brain works together with the right hemisphere optimally, we can unfold the full potential of our brain. ⠀⠀⠀ Most of us rely predominantly on our left brain hemisphere, which is responsible for logic. It determines above all lawyers, writers, accountants, doctors, tax experts - professions that deal with logical, language-related information. ⠀⠀⠀ The apparently mute right brain hemisphere can process information and tell us the result in dreams, symbols and gestures or sudden inspirations. This is why poets, politicians, musicians, architects, dancers and top managers work more closely with the right half. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ . . Follow @hangover_medicos _ Follow to learn everyday! . . #memes #medicine #medicalschool #mbbs #motivation #medicalscience #medical #mci #medlife #usmle #usmlestep1 #usmleprep #fmge #fmge_mci_exam #neet #nurses #nursingschool #anatomyandphysiology2 #anatomyandphysiology #doctors #diseases #surgery

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Wondering what’s actually happening in there with all those little kicks and 👐flutters? . What you’re seeing is a c-section, where the baby was born in the amniotic sac/water bag. See how thin the bag is? Inside is amniotic fluid and that sweet little baby! This baby is either pretty severely IUGR (IntraUterine Growth Restriction/small) or born premature bc its really tiny. As your baby grows it’ll have less room in there and the kicks won’t feel quite as pronounced. · · A cesarean delivery — also known as a C-section or cesarean section — is the surgical delivery of a baby. It involves one incision in the mother’s abdomen and another in the uterus. It’s a common procedure that’s used to deliver nearly one-third of babies in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and PreventionTrusted Source. Cesarean deliveries are generally avoided before 39 weeks of pregnancy so the child has proper time to develop in the womb. Sometimes, however, complications arise and a cesarean delivery must be performed prior to 39 weeks. · _ Follow to learn everyday! . . #memes #medicine #medicalschool #mbbs #motivation #medicalscience #medical #mci #medlife #usmle #usmlestep1 #usmleprep #fmge #fmge_mci_exam #neet #nurses #nursingschool #anatomyandphysiology2 #anatomyandphysiology #doctors #diseases #surgery

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📚📚Vision 2021 Mission Neet PG 3rd edition (2 volumes).. 🥇🎯 Highest strike rate among all NEET PG books available... 📖Highest Yield of MCQs... 🏅209 out of 300 NEETPG 2020 MCQs were covered in 2nd edition... 🎯222 out of 300 NEETPG 2019 MCQs were covered in 1st edition... 🥇Best choice to revise all 20 subjects in 🕥 2 months time... 📒Book contains 2020, 2019, 2018 EXACT NEET PG MCQS... And 15000+ MCQS FOR PRACTICE... #mbbsstudent #mbbsindia #medicalstudents #medicalcollege #medical #mbbslife #neetpgmcqs #neetpgnotes #neetpg2021 #neetpgaspirant #neetpgpreparation #neetpgquestions #neetpgexam #neetpgupdates #neetpg📚 #neetpgqworld #neetpg2021quicknotes #neetpgaspirants #neetpgmotivation #fmge_mci_exam #fmgeindia #fmge #medicinemcqs #medicine #pathology #neetpg2021preparation #medicalmemes #medicalmnemonics #medicalnotes #medstudents

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📚📚Vision 2021 Mission Neet PG 3rd edition (2 volumes).. 🥇🎯 Highest strike rate among all NEET PG books available... 📖Highest Yield of MCQs... 🏅209 out of 300 NEETPG 2020 MCQs were covered in 2nd edition... 🎯222 out of 300 NEETPG 2019 MCQs were covered in 1st edition... 🥇Best choice to revise all 20 subjects in 🕥 2 months time... 📒Book contains 2020, 2019, 2018 EXACT NEET PG MCQS... And 15000+ MCQS FOR PRACTICE... #mbbsstudent #mbbsindia #medicalstudents #medicalcollege #medical #mbbslife #neetpgmcqs #neetpgnotes #neetpg2021 #neetpgaspirant #neetpgpreparation #neetpgquestions #neetpgexam #neetpgupdates #neetpg📚 #neetpgqworld #neetpg2021quicknotes #neetpgaspirants #neetpgmotivation #fmge_mci_exam #fmgeindia #fmge #medicinemcqs #medicine #pathology #neetpg2021preparation #medicalmemes #medicalmnemonics #medicalnotes #medstudents

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Just a trailer🌟😊👍 but it's taking a bit longer😬

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Diagram of the cardiac cycle, showing pressure curves of the cardiac chambers, heart sounds, jugular pulse wave and the ECG . The phases of the cardiac cycle are atrial systole (a), isometric contraction (b), maximal ejection (c), reduced ejection (d), protodiastolic phase (e), isometric relaxation (f), rapid inflow (g), and diastasis, or slow LV filling (h). For illustrative purposes, time intervals between valvular events have been modified, and the z point has been prolonged. . AO = aortic valve opening; AC = aortic valve closing; LV = left ventricle; LA = left atrium; RV = right ventricle; RA = right atrium; MO = mitral valve opening. Tag your friends Double TAP for more post 👌. -👥 TAG a friend to show this💡 -🔔TURN ON POST NOTIFICATION -✔FOLLOW for more . @dr_medicin_ @dr_medicin_ @dr_medicin_ @dr_medicin_ @dr_medicin_ @dr_medicin_ #usmlestep #stepusmle #plab #fmge #fmge_mci_exam #krok #ifom #med_graduates #drghori #askanything #questions #live #mbbs #meditation #dentistry #medicine #medicalknowledge0 #usmlestep2 #m9ci #medlove #medicallaboratory #anatomy #physiology #pharmacology #microbiology #microscope #meditation #doctormotivation #neetexam2021 #neet2022 #neetguideline

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Choking occurs when breathing is impeded by a constricted or obstructed throat or windpipe. In some cases the air flow is completely blocked, in other cases some amount of air can pass to the lungs. Insufficient oxygen being delivered to the body will result in oxygen deprivation. Although oxygen stored in the blood and lungs can keep a person alive for several minutes after breathing stops, this sequence of events can lead to death. Choking was the fourth most common cause of unintentional injury-related death in the US in 2011. Choking is often caused by an object from outside the body, also called a foreign body, blocking the airway. The object can block the upper or lower airway passages.The airway obstruction is usually partial, but can also be complete. Among children, the most common causes of choking are food, coins, toys, and balloons. In one study, peanuts were the most common object found in the airway of children evaluated for suspected foreign body aspiration. Foods that pose a high risk of choking include hot dogs, hard candy, nuts, seeds, whole grapes, raw carrots, apples, popcorn, peanut butter, marshmallows, chewing gum, and sausages.The most common cause of choking death in children is latex balloons. Small, round non-food objects such as balls, marbles, toys, and toy parts are also associated with a high risk of choking death because of their potential to completely block a child's airway. Follow Us ❤️ @medicohubworldwide Follow Popular Medical Pages For Amazing Medical Stuff; @medicohubworldwide @med_tok @physiomedicalworldwide #medical #choking #pathology #medicalstudent #doctor #nurse #paramedic #physiotherapist #medicohubworldwide #aiims #neet #fmge #fmge_mci_exam #usa #usmlestep1 #usmlestep2 #usmlestep3 #surgery #stethoscope #anesthesia

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No Smoking Day - Question If you need the answers + explanations & hot discussions.... Join Our Telegram Group! https://t.me/joinchat/SFicH2JXOsHBwmzr #fmge #fmge_mci_exam #fmgeformula #fmgeindia #mciscreeningtest #mciscreening #mciscreeningexam #mciscreeningcoaching #medicine #mbbs #medical #medicalstudent

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true hero isn't measured by his physical size, but the strength to preserve and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles! This little newborn is tightly attached to life after a open heart surgery to correct an uncommon congenital cardiovascular anomaly known as Interrupted aortic arch, where there is a separation (either discontinuity or absence) between the ascending and descending aorta. It can either be complete or connected by a remnant fibrous band. An accompanying large ventricular septal defect and/or patent ductus arteriosus is frequently present. It is thought to be a result of faulty development of the aortic arch system during the fifth to seventh week of fetal development. She proved to overcome all odds, and a fist bump was welldeserved. 🤜🤛 . . Follow @hangover_medicos _ Follow to learn everyday! . . #memes #medicine #medicalschool #mbbs #motivation #medicalscience #medical #mci #medlife #usmle #usmlestep1 #usmleprep #fmge #fmge_mci_exam #neet #nurses #nursingschool #anatomyandphysiology2 #anatomyandphysiology #doctors #diseases #surgery

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The June session exam of FMGE is to be held on the 18th of June. The exam is compulsory for students who have pursued medicine abroad and want to practice in India. The June session exam of FMGE is to be held on the 18th of June. Students can apply through NBE’s website. Contact us now! Call 👉 9414232303 #fmge #fmge_mci_exam #fmgeindia #fmgequestions #mbbs #mbbsinukraine #brightfutureas

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This is our symphethetic nervous system action on our body parts and glands. #neetpg2021 #fmge_mci_exam #anatomyandphysiology

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FMGE 2021 will be conducted twice a year in June and December session. FMGE exam date 2021 June session has been announced, which is June 18. FMGE application form 2021 can be filled in online mode by eligible candidates. Application Form will be available soon at:- www.nbe.edu.in or www.natboard.edu.in #fmge_mci_exam #fmge #fmge2021 #fmge2021batch #fmge2021preparation #fmge2021dates #studygram #medicalstudent #futuredoctor #abroadeducation #mbbsstudent #mbbsstudent #mbbslife #students #studyingabroad #fmgeindia #fmgemci #neweraeducation #studymbbsinrussia #examstime #mbbsabroadconsultants

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Ehlers–Danlos syndromes( Rubber man syndrome) are a group of rare genatic connective tissue disorder. Symptoms may include loose joints, joint pain, stretchy velvety skin, and abnormal scar formation.These can be noticed at birth or in early childhood.Complications may include aortic dissection,joint dislocation, scoliosis, chronic pain or early osteoarthritis. #mbb#medicalexams #ne#fmge_mci_exam #fmge #aiims #usmle #doctor #surgery #medical #medicalscience #medschool #medicine #pathology #medjourney #pgichandigarh #nimhans #aiimsdelhi

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‏‮_srotcodyzarc ‬‏‪😳 What day you think caused this? Keep reading this case report to find out! A woman who did not clean her insulin pump as advised contracted a fungus that put her in a coma for a month and even killed her temporarily. Carolina Bowen, 20, from South Carolina, has type one diabetes and did not wipe her insulin pump with an alcohol swab. She was taken to hospital with Rhizopus oryzae infection – a deadly fungus typically found in dirt and decaying matter. She has lost most function in her arm and her muscles to atrophy after her nerves in her armpit and shoulder down to her elbow were cut out. After over a year, Carolina said that her kidneys have mainly healed and her respiratory system is good again, the only issue being her left arm. . . . . #memes #medicine #medicalschool #mbbs #motivation #medicalscience #medical #mci #medlife #usmle #usmlestep1 #usmleprep #fmge #fmge_mci_exam #neet #nurses #nursingschool #anatomyandphysiology2 #anatomyandphysiology #doctors #diseases #surgery

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Coronary catheterization or coronary angiography is a minimally invasive procedure to access coronary circulation and heart cavities using a catheter. It is performed for both diagnostic and intervention purposes. #medicine #doctor #medical#heartdisease #physician #cardiovascular #3D #hearthealth #echofirst #hospital #ecg #3dmodel #3danimation #3dillustration #animation #viralvideos #cardio #emergency #cardiolog #learn_medication #disease #chemicalnames #biochemistry #preventiveandsocialmedicine #pharmacology #pathology #medicine #importants #fmge_mci_exam #recentquestions #mci

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Recall magic card 16 Swipe left for answer... . . Team members @roshancuddalur @drvighnesh . . Follow us on: Facebook: facebook.com/medicalwizardry Instagram: instagram.com/medicalwizardry Telegram: t.me/medicalwizardry #makingmedicinemagical#medicos#trending#medicaltrends#CHECKITOUT#medicalwizardry #usmle #usmlestep #medicine #doctor #mbbs #medicalschool #medstudent #neetpg #microbiology #medicalstudent #plab #anatomy #pathology #medlife #premed #aiims #mcat #fmge_mci_exam

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A 4-year-old girl presents with a red-purple, raised vascular plaque over her left fourth digit. The lesion appeared a couple weeks after she was born. It grew rapidly for a period of time, but has been stable for about a year. What is the next step in treatment? A. Surgical excision and biopsy B. Laser surgery C. Cryosurgery D. Systemic glucocorticoids E. No treatment + Tell your answer in comment! + If you don't know the answer, You guys can DM @medical__notebook for correct answer with explanation ❤️ + Follow us for more image base question, do follow @medical__notebook. + #usmle #usmlestep1 #usmlestep2 #imagebase #fmge_mci_exam #indianeducation #indianmedicos #medicalstudent #mbbsstudent #mbbslife #studygram #medical__notebook #exams #doctorsofinstagram

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