INCIDENCE Male > Female Age group: 50-75 years Second highest cancer in both sexes after prostate (male) and breast (female) Smokers > Non-smokers ETIOLOGY OF…Explore more Bronchogenic Carcinoma Etiopathogenesis
Lets work with some generalizations 1. X-linked dominant, mitochondrial and Y-linked conditions are rare. You need to remember them. 2. Usually inherited in autosomal dominant pattern…Explore more Inheritance of Disease – Mnemonics
What is Polymerase Chain Reaction ? It is a process of artificial DNA replication (amplification of a selected part of DNA). As the name suggests:…Explore more Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) Made Easy
What is asystole? Asystole is a state of no cardiac electrical activity. It is seen as a “flat-line” in ECG monitor. However, other possible causes…Explore more Why to not defibrillate Asystole ?
Capture or Tethering Increased vascular permeability and vasodilation are mediated by inflammatory mediators like histamine released by inflammatory cells in response to PAMPs expressed by…Explore more Leukocyte Adhesion Cascade and Defect
What are amino acids ? Amino acids are molecules containing: An amine group A carboxylic acid group A side chain that varies between different amino acids…Explore more Amino Acids Mnemonics
Many students feel that, this is one of the most difficult to explain topic in Immunology. Here, we will try to explain the process and…Explore more VDJ (Somatic) Recombination Made Easy
Stages of Cell Cycle Interphase 1. G1 (Gap 1) phase: Early and late phase divided by Restriction (R) point Functions: Preparation for DNA replication (synthesis…Explore more Clinically Relevant Cell Cycle