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Validating the effectiveness of Clinically Oriented Physiology Teaching (COPT)   in undergraduate physiology curriculum

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Dr Sreekumar A

Transport across the plasma membrane is essential to the life of a cell. Certain substances must move into the cell to support metabolic reactions. Certain substances produced by the cell for export and cellular wa...

Dr.Sreekumar.A. The Immune Sysyem is made up of a complex network of

Lymphoid organs Cells Humoral factors and Cytokines. Which enable us to recognize self from nonself or altered self and thereby protection against disease. Although Vital to survival, im...

Dr.Sreekumar.A

Leucocytes -Its Development, Functions, Normal Values, Variations. Leucocytes or white blood cells have an important function in defending the body cells against the microbes and ot...

Dr Sunila BHMS,MD(Hom)

RBC (Normal Red Cell) – Erythrocyte Human red cell is normally a circular, non-nucleated, biconcave disc; it is very elastic and can underg...

Dr Meera Narendran BHMS,MD(Hom) The lower limbs has superficial and deep veins; the superficial veins are in subcutaneous tissue, and the deep veins are in to the deep fasica and accompany all major arteries. The veins of lowerlimb act as a complex p...

Dr Meera Narendran   BHMS,MD(Hom)

Chemistry Haemoglobin is the red pignent of blood consist of 2 parts. Globin A specific simple protein constituting 96% of Hb Haem (Non specific prosthetic group) Iron contain...

Dr Smitha Madhavan BHMS,MD(Hom) This branch of medical science deals with the usage of enzymes for diagnosis & prognosis of various diseases. Enzymes – a brief description They are the catalysts of biological reactions in body, by reducing energy for activati...

Dr Ameer Khalid  BHMSMD(Hom)

Regulation of acid-base balance, regulation of hydrogen ion concentration in the body fluids is actually meant. The hydrogen ion concentration in different solutions can vary from less than 10-14 Eq/li...

Dr Bindu K BHMS,MD(Hom)

The kidneys are the primary means of eliminating waste products of metabolism that are no longer needed by the body. These products include urea (from the metabolism of aminoacids), creatinine (from muscle ...

Dr. Achamma Lenu Thomas BHMS,MD(Hom) Medical Officer, Dept. of Homoeopathy, Govt. of Kerala

We know that there are 12 pairs of cranial nerves and 31 pairs of spinal nerves. Cranial nerves carry information to and ...

Dr.Anitha MA BHMS,MD(Hom) Dr.Padiyar Homoeopathic Medical College.Kerala

Cerebrospinal fluid is a modified tissue fluid present in the cerebral ventricles, spinal canal and subarachnoid spaces thus bathing the ent...

Dr Anitha MA BHMS,MD(Hom) Dr.Padiyar Homoeopathic Medical College.Kerala

Anatomical functional areas of the cerebellum:- Anatomically, the cerebellum is divided into three lobes by two deep fissu...

Dr.Jeena Aslam BHMS,MD(Hom)

Definition : - A tract may be defined as a bundle of fiber carrying one or a group of fiber of motor or sensory impulses in the central nervous system.

Dr.Jeena Aslam BHMS,MD(Hom) Introduction:- The patient and the doctor are equally curious to get at the exact diagnosis. When the doctor asks for some tests to be done, the patient is in hope that when all the tests are over, the diagnosis will be ...