Psoas Abscess Drainage

26.08.2011

As the name suggests it is an abscess in psoas muscle, it is usually seen in lumbar spine tuberculosis in India, when there is no paiin or clinical features, a cold abscess may be there, it may be present as painful swelling, sometimes draining itself to the mid thigh. Its mortality is 100 percent if […]

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Clinical Application of Blood Gases

26.08.2011

well we used to collect ABG ( arterial blood gas) sample and send it for arterial blood gas analysis, but what it is for? what is the clinical application of these, you can have an idea below in the following videos by Dr A David R Gibson, watch the video series by him below

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Cystolithotomy Surgery

21.08.2011

Steps are 1. Skin is painted and draped 2. pfannenstiel incision is given about 7-8cm. 3. Urinary bladder identified and confirmed by needle. 4. Two stay sutures taken on bladder so that when we will give incision, incision may not broaden. 5. Incision given on bladder at lower level in midline. 6. Urinary Bladder opened vertically […]

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How Stem Cells Develop?

18.08.2011

Watch out the animation of how stem cells work and develop below on youtube by bmedingo’s channel

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What Are The Advantages Of Cord Blood?

18.08.2011

There are many advantages of cord blood over adult stem cells like they are more proliferative, requires very less compatibility between donor and recipient. They are more plastic and versatile, high capacity to form bone, muscles, blood vessels and nerves, for more advantages watch out the video below on youtube uploaded by CBRvideos channel on […]

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Cord Blood Banking In India

18.08.2011

The cost of private cord blood banking may look very high to you, it is Rs 90,000 rupees as collection charges and Rs 5000 as storage charges per year. We collect that umbilical cord blood that is left in placenta and cord after the birth of child, this umbilical cord contain stems cells through which […]

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Calcium Oxalate and Phosphate Stones

18.08.2011

Calcium oxalates and phosphate stones contributes to 70% of all stones, this is what Robbin’s says (Robbins book of pathology) Items rich in oxalates are vegetables like spinach, cucumber, tomatoes, chulai, beans, onion, amla, chikoo, black grapes, citrus fruits, nuts and berries. Beaverages are like tea, coffee, cola and cocoa. Recommended dose for prevention of […]

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How to Correct Peyronies Disease?

17.08.2011

Peyronie’s disease is a disease in which curvature develops in male genital organ, which is caused by injury to genital organ during copulation, patient may not be aware of the fact, but later on this lesion heals by fibrosis, such fibrosed area are known as plaques. Before opting for surgery we can give injection kenacort […]

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Certificate Distribution To Urologists

16.08.2011

well we organised live operative workshop on stricture urethra and men’s health symposium on 13, 14 August for which we all are given a certificate, bag, pen and few notebooks, along with a good supper. Guys you can watch your pics below on youtube, we have not added any music in the album, if you […]

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Prof Anthony Mundy World Renowned Urologist

15.08.2011

We all urologist from India and staff of Wacky5.com wants to thanks Dr Anthony Richard Mundy for his visit to India at Live Operative workshop held at New Delhi. Prof (Dr.) Anthony Richard Mundy is a world renowned urologist from United Kingdom, is also a professor at University of London, invited to India at Dr. […]

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Live Operative Workshop On Stricture Urethra

15.08.2011

On 13-14 August 2011, Live operative workshop on stricture urethra and men’ health symposium was conducted at Dr RML Hospital, New Delhi. In this live workshop, poor patients of stricture of urethra were operated live in front of hundreds of urologists present in auditorium, auditorium was connected to operation theatre by one way video and two […]

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Breast and Prostate cancer Treatment By Exercises?

09.08.2011

British cancer charity have published a new study according to which 150 minutes of exercises per week could reduce a breast cancer patient’s risk of recurrence or dying by 40 percent and a prostate cancer patient’s risk of dying by 30 percent. This study has been done on 400 people.  Even exercises are found to be […]

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List Of Selected JR’s Dental In Dr. RML Hospital 2011

09.08.2011

Following is a list of selected candidates for Junior Residents  (Dental) 2011 Result has been published for both batches OBC candidates selected for first batch starting from august 2011 are 1. Dr Himanshu Anchal (R.no 621) 2. Dr Shilpa Goswami (R.no-592) General Candidates for first batch are 1. Dr Shivani Marwah (R.no-276) 2. Dr Anju […]

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Brain Infarct

07.08.2011

Below you can see a brain infarct, it happens when a blood vessels supplying a part of brain is either blocked or leakage occurs so ultimately leading to death of that part of brain. Brain infarctions leads to weakening and loss of sensation of opposite parts of body. On pupil examination dilated pupil is seen, […]

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Omphalocele

07.08.2011

Omphalocele is a defect in which muscles of abdominal walls are not formed resulting in herniation of abdominal content like intestines, liver etc in a sac which is formed of peritoneum usually present at the region of umbilicus. Omphalocele is also associated with cardiac anomalies. Usually omphalocele is associated with edward’s syndrome or patau syndrome. […]

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Anencephaly

07.08.2011

Anencephaly occurs when neural tube fails to close during 26 days of pregnancy resulting in absence of brain formation, skull formation etc. Forebrain is not formed, rest brain is exposed to environment and such babies do not survive. Causes may be diabetic mother, mother taking medicines of epilepsy or having exposed to toxins like lead, […]

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Bladder Trauma Management

07.08.2011

Bladder trauma can occur due to external reasons or internal ones like done by your doctor during performing cystoscopical procedures. If you are doing some procedures by cystoscope sometimes but very rarely perforation can occur. The fluid which is used to fill the bladder will start leaking in the abdominal cavity leading to ascites, abdominal […]

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Herpetic Cheilitis Exfoliativa With Glossitis

04.08.2011

Below is the video of a very interesting case, herpetic cheilitis exfoliativa means inflammation of lips with crusts due to herpes infection, you can see lips are highly tender and blood used to ooze out when touched softly. He is also having herpetic glossitis which is also have a characteristic lesions like having hypopigmented circular […]

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Diet For Kidney Stone Prevention

03.08.2011

Diet plays a major role in formation as well as prevention of kidney stones, so we are providing you a complete list of vegetables and fruits which are recommended and which fruits to be avoided Foods Recommended are coconut water carrots karela banana lemon oranges pine apple wheat barley oats almonds & drink plenty of […]

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End To End Aortic Anastomosis

30.07.2011

Watch out the video of end to end aortic anastomosis, basically it is a microsurgery and is used in several procedures of plastic  reconstructive surgery, CTVS etc.  You can watch out the video of same procedure conducted on rat.

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Causes Of Madarosis

30.07.2011

Madarosis is actually loss of eyebrow and eyelashes, there is a list of causes of madarosis below 1. congenital causes 2. endocrine causes 3. due to burn 4. leprosy 5. psoriasis 6. alopecia 7. trichotillomania 8. iatrogenic below you can see the video of a madrosis

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Arteriovenous fistula surgery Video

30.07.2011

We are going to tell you all steps of AVF surgery with video, indication of AVF was dialysis. Just follow simple 10 steps to complete the surgery. 1. Preparation of part by betadiene. 2. Give Local Anaesthesia. 3. About 5-6 cm incision is given. 4. Search for cephalic vein or axillary vein, clean all tissues and hold […]

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How To Diagnose A Varicocele?

25.07.2011

It is also known as varicose seal, it is usually common in hot and humid climate, mostly in tall persons. Signs and symptoms are 1. patient will have heaviness in scrotum. 2. testicles will shrink and soften. 3. patient will have dragging pain 4. On standing patient may see the dilated veins. You can see the […]

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Blood Clots In Bladder Removed By Cystoscopy

19.07.2011

Cystoscopy as very similar to endoscopy is used to visualize inside view of bladder through a machine known as cystoscope which is inserted via the urethra of patient, at the back of cystoscope camera is attached, one part is attatched to normal saline for irrigation. Here in the  video below we are trying to wash out […]

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Bladder Cancer Signs & Symptoms

18.07.2011

Main signs and symptoms of bladder cancer are 1. blood in urine, 2. pain during passing urine, 3.increased frequency of urine. Main causes of bladder cancer are 1. tobacco smoking 2. use of certain dyes Diagnosis is made by taking biopsy during cystoscopy. Treatment is by giving chemotherapy to patient or surgical excision of prostrate […]

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Weak Urine Flow In Men

18.07.2011

Do you have these symptoms 1. Dribbling of urine 2. Weak or broken stream of urine 3. Increased frequency of urination specially at night 4. More frequent urge to urinate 5. When you apply pressure to urinate, you are unable to urinate. If you are having all these symptoms and you are old  age person […]

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