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Classification of receptors-Based on adaptation

Classification of receptors-Based on adaptation The receptors of cells are divided into the following based on adaptation: 1. Rapidly Adapting Receptors (RAR’s) o Adapts quickly to stimulus o Ex: Corpuscles – Meissner’s & Pacinian Corpuscles 2. Slowly Adapting Receptors (SAR’s) o Adapts slowly to stimulus o Ex: Merkel’s Cells, Ruffini’s endings, Free nerve endings.

Classification of hormones-Based on chemical structure

Classification of hormones-Based on chemical structure The hormones are classified into the following based on chemical structure 1. Amino Acid Derivative • SINGLE amino acid • TYROSINE = (T3, T4) & Catecholamines (Epinephrine, Norepinephrine, Dopamine) • TRYPTOPHAN -5-HT (Serotonin) & Melatonin • ARGININE (Nitric Oxide) 2. Protein / Peptide  MULTIPLE amino acid  Acts …

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Psychiatric Disease-Classification

 Psychiatric Disease-Classification Psychiatric diseases are classified as following: ICD – 10 [International Classification of Disease, 10th Edition] Published by WHO and provides classification for all medical disease Psychiatric Ds has been classified in Chapter V (F) DSM-5 [Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders] Published by American Psychiatric disorders, 5th Edition in 2013 Organic …

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Buerger Disease

BUERGER DISEASE BUERGER’S DISEASE (THROMBOANGITIS OBLITERANS) Buerger’s disease is a non- atherosclerotic, progressive, segmental, occlusive inflammatory disorder involving small and medium sized arteries with cell mediated sensitivity to Type I and Type II collage in upper and lower extremities. Inflammatory process does involve adjacent nerves and veins. Triad of thromboangitis obliterans- occlusion of small and …

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Buerger Disease

Buerger Disease Q. 1 All of the following are the clinical feature of thromboangitis obliterans except :  A Raynaud’s phenomenon  B Claudication of extremeties  C Absence of popliteal pulse  D Migratory superficial thrombophlabitis Q. 1 All of the following are the clinical feature of thromboangitis obliterans except :  A Raynaud’s phenomenon  B Claudication of extremeties …

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Malignant Melanoma

MALIGNANT MELANOMA MALIGNANT MELANOMA (MELANOCARCINOMA) Malignant melanoma is a malignant tumour arising from epidermal melanocyte derived from neural crest. Most aggressive cutaneous malignant tumour. DOPA REACTION- SITES FOR MALIGNANT MELANOMA- Head & neck Lower extremity Trunk Upper limb Choroid of the eye Genetalia MC site for men- front or back of the trunk MC site …

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Malignant Melanoma

Malignant melanoma Q. 1 Skin biopsy of a patient shows evidence of malignant melanoma. Which is the common type of malignant melanoma?  A Superficial spreading  B Lentigo maligna melanoma  C Nodular  D Acral lentiginous Q. 1 Skin biopsy of a patient shows evidence of malignant melanoma. Which is the common type of malignant melanoma?  A …

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Hanging: Introduction,classification, causes of death

Hanging: Introduction,classification, causes of death Q. 1 Hanging is established by :  A Fracture of hyoid cartilage  B Fracture of thyroid cartilage  C Staining of saliva  D All Q. 1 Hanging is established by :  A Fracture of hyoid cartilage  B Fracture of thyroid cartilage  C Staining of saliva  D All Ans. C Explanation: C …

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Hanging: Introduction,classification, causes of death

Hanging: Introduction,classification, causes of death Introduction Hanging is that form of violent asphyxial deaths, which is caused by the suspension of the  body by a ligature which  encircles the neck, the constricting force being the weight of the body. Classification: Depending on the degree of suspension: Complete hanging:  When the whole body is suspended from …

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