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  2. Shock
  3. OLigaemic = Hypovolaemic= Haemorrhagic = 2ry = Surgical shock
  4. Neurogenic Shock(Aetiology - Pathogenesis - Clinical Picture - Treatment)
  5. Septic Shock (Aetiology - Pathogenesis - Clinical Picture - Treatment)
  6. Crush Syndrome (Traumatic Anuria) (Aetiology - Pathogenesis - Clinical Picture - Treatment)
  7. Cardiac Arrest (Aetiology - Pathogenesis - Clinical Picture - Treatment)
  8. HEMORRHAGE (Aetiology - Pathogenesis - Complications - Treatment)
  9. Blood Transfusion
  10. Complication of blood transfusion
  11. The Wound
  12. Management of wound
  13. Management of Hand Injury
  14. Resuscitation of the acutely injured patients
  15. Rapid evaluation of the acutely injured patient
  16. Initial resuscitation of the acutely injured patient
  17. Review of the acutely injured patient
  18. Radiology & Others of the acutely injured patient
  19. Principles Of Preoperative Preparation
  20. Postoperative Fever
  21. Postoperative Infection
  22. Postoperative Wound complications
  23. Postoperative Respiratory Complciations
  24. Postoperative Renal Dysfunction
  25. Postoperative Alimentary Tract Dysfunction
  26. BURN (Causes - Degrees - Extent)
  27. Pathological effects of burn
  28. Treatment of minor burn
  29. Treatment of major burn
  30. Complications and causes of death in burn
  31. Special burns
  32. SKIN TRANSPLANTATION(Grafts - Flaps)
  33. TETANUS(Causative organism - Mode of infection - Incubation period)
  34. Pathology of tetanus
  35. Clinical picture of tetanus
  36. Clinical types of tetanus
  37. Differential diagnosis of tetanus
  38. Treatment of tetanus
  39. Clostridia myositis "gas gangrene"
  40. Pathology of CLOSTRIDIA MYOSITIS "GAS GANGRENE"
  41. Clinical Picture of CLOSTRIDIA MYOSITIS "GAS GANGRENE"
  42. Treatment of CLOSTRIDIA MYOSITIS "GAS GANGRENE"
  43. Erysipelas
  44. Actinomycosis
  45. Madura foot
  46. Hydatid disease
  47. Abscess
  48. Furuncle or boil
  49. Furunculosis
  50. CARBUNCLE (Predisposing factors - Pathogenesis - Clinical Picture - Complication- Treatment
  51. CELLULITIS (Causative organisms - Pathogenesis - Clinical Picture - Complication- Treatment
  52. Blood infections
  53. "whitlows" (hand infections )
  54. Pulp space Infection "Felon" ( Pathogenesis - Clinical Picture - Complication- Treatment)
  55. Paronychia ( Aetiology- Clinical Picture - Complication- Treatment)
  56. Subungual abscess ( Aetiology- Clinical Picture - Treatment)
  57. Subcuticular Abscess (Clinical Picture - Complication- Treatment
  58. Web space Infection (Aetiology - Clinical Picture - Complication- Treatment
  59. Thenar Space Infection(Aetiology - Clinical Picture - Complication- Treatment
  60. Mid-palmar Space Infection (Anatomy - Aetiology - Clinical Picture - Complication- Treatment
  61. Infection of Parona Space (Anatomy - Aetiology - Clinical Picture - Complication- Treatment
  62. Suppurative Tenosynovitis (Anatomy - Aetiology - Clinical Picture - Complication- Treatment
  63. Foot Infection (Anatomy - Aetiology - Clinical Picture - Complication- Treatment
  64. Lymphadenopathy
  65. T.B. Lymphadenitis (Cause - Pathology - Clinical Picture - Investigation- Treatment
  66. Hodgkin's Lymphoma "Lymphadenoma" (Cause - Pathology - Clinical Picture - Investigation- Treatment
  67. LYMPHOSARCOMA (Cause - Pathology - Clinical Picture - Investigation- Treatment
  68. Brill's disease
  69. Reticulum cell sarcoma
  70. Lymphatic leukaemia
  71. Burkitt 's lymphoma
  72. Lymphoedema and elephantiasis
  73. SEBACEOUS CYST (Definition - Pathogenesis - Clinical Picture - Complication- Treatment
  74. DERMOID CYSTS (Definition - Pathogenesis - Clinical Picture - Complication- Treatment
  75. Capillary Hamangioma
  76. Cavernous Haemangioma
  77. Plexiform Haemangioma (Cirsoid aneurysm)
  78. Compact Haemangioma
  79. Glumangioma (Haemangio - myo - neuroma)
  80. Wart
  81. Corn
  82. Callosity
  83. Keloid
  84. BENIGN SKIN TUMOURS (Papilloma)
  85. Keratoacanthoma
  86. Benign Calcifying epithelioma
  87. Granuloma Pyogenicum
  88. Dermatofibroma
  89. Sebaceous adenoma
  90. Basal cell carcinoma "rodent ulcer"
  91. SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA (Definition - Pathology - Clinical Picture - Treatment
  92. NAEVI (MOLES) (Definition - Pathology - Clinical Picture - Treatment
  93. MELANOMA (Definition - Pathology - Clinical Picture - Treatment
  94. LIPOMA (Definition - Pathology - Clinical Picture - Treatment
  95. Kaposi's Sarcoma
  96. Neurilemmoma (Solitary neurofibroma)
  97. Multiple neurofibromatosisits
  98. Fibroma
  99. Desmoid tumour (recurrent fibroma of paget)
  100. Fibrosarcoma
  101. Teratomas
  102. Hamartoma
  103. Breast anatomy
  104. Congenital diseases ofthe breast
  105. Nipple retraction
  106. Traumatic conditions of the breast
  107. traumatic fat necrosis
  108. Cracked nipple
  109. Breast fistula
  110. Acute inflammatory conditions of the breast
  111. Lactational mastitis
  112. Chronic inflammatory conditions of the breast
  113. T.b. Mastitis
  114. CHRONIC BREAST ABSCESS "Antibioma"
  115. MAMMARY DUCT ECTASIA "Plasma cell mastitis"
  116. Mondorís disease
  117. ANDI ( Aberration of Normal Development and Involution) Involutional cystic hyperplasia
  118. Benign tumours of breast
  119. Duct papilloma
  120. Papillary cystadenoma
  121. Cystosarcoma phylloids: Serocystic disease of brodie
  122. CARCINOMA OF THE BREAST (Incidence - Aetioloy)
  123. CARCINOMA OF THE BREAST (Pathology)
  124. Spread of CARCINOMA OF THE BREAST
  125. Clinical Picture of CARCINOMA OF THE BREAST
  126. Clinical Staging of Cancer Breast
  127. Investigations for Cancer Breast
  128. Differentional Diagnosis of Cancer Breast
  129. Treatment of Cancer Breast
  130. Prognosis of Cancer Breast
  131. Discharge from the nipple
  132. Simple retention cyst of the breast
  133. Cysts of the duct of the breast
  134. Cysts of the stroma of the breast
  135. Gynaecomastia
  136. Carcinoma in the male breast
  137. Causes of Diffuse breast enlagement
  138. Causes of pain in the breast (Mastalgia)
  139. Development of THYROID GLAND
  140. ANATOMY of THYROID GLAND
  141. CONGENITAL ANOMALIES of THYROID GLAND
  142. Thyroglossal cyst
  143. Thyroglossal fistula
  144. Ectopic thyroid
  145. Lateral aberrant thyroid
  146. Goitre
  147. Cretinism ( cretinoid goitre )
  148. Pathogenesis of metabolic varieties
  149. Colloid goitre
  150. Nodular goitre
  151. Retrosternal goitre
  152. TOXIC GOITRE (Aetiology - Pathology)
  153. Clinical picture: of TOXIC GOITRE
  154. Clinical Types of Thyrotoxicosis of TOXIC GOITRE
  155. Differential Diagnosis of TOXIC GOITRE
  156. Investigations of Thyroid Disorders of TOXIC GOITRE
  157. Treatment of TOXIC GOITRE
  158. Thyroiditis
  159. Adenoma of thyroid
  160. Carcinoma of thyroid
  161. Papillary carcinoma
  162. Follicular carcinoma
  163. Anaplastic carcinoma
  164. Medullary carcinoma
  165. Solitary thyroid nodule
  166. Parathyroid glands
  167. Hyperparathyroidism
  168. Hi, I'm new to this :)*
  169. Easy methods to Take out Tonsilloliths