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Upper GI Pathology

Video tutorial outlining upper gastrointestinal disease affecting the oesophagus and stomach. Oesophageal disease processes discussed include gastroesophageal reflux, hiatus hernia, peptic stricture, Barrett's oesophagus, oesophageal carcinoma and achalasia. Disease processes affecting the stomach include gastritis, peptic ulcer disease and gastric lymphoma.  
Podmedics
almost 8 years ago
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GI bleeding & Intestinal Obstruction

Slides from my groups' presentation. Any mistakes, I'd appreciate it if you can alert me. :)  
Nadia Rahim
almost 8 years ago
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Upper Respiratory Tract. The Pharynx

This a tutorial outlining the basics of the the pharynx and other elements of the upper respiratory tract.  
Mr Raymond Buick
over 7 years ago
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Colorectal surgery and stomas

A brief overview of some of the common colorectal operations and complications arising from them. An introduction to stomas and a comparision of the differences between colostomies and ileostomies as well as a few of their potential complications.  
Caroline Taylor
over 7 years ago
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Pancreatitis

A detailed presentation about pancreatitis, focusing on acute pancreatitis  
DR. AMY
over 7 years ago
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Intestinal obstruction

Intestinal obstruction power point presentation  
DR. AMY
about 7 years ago
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The liver is found just beneath the diaphragm on the right hand side and is under the ribs so is not normally palpable. Horizontally the liver runs from the ed…  
Lucy Faulkner
about 7 years ago
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The liver is found just beneath the diaphragm on the right hand side and is under the ribs so is not normally palpable. Horizontally the liver runs from the ed…  
Lucy Faulkner
about 7 years ago
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Everything you need to know about the Liver

The liver is one of the most confusing organs to get to grips with, and one that medical students know very little about prior to startinf medical school. This document aims to explain everything a first year medical student needs to know about the liver in a clear and concise manner, with the aid of bulletpoints and diagrams.  
Lucy Faulkner
about 7 years ago
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Posterior view of liver cake

My friends and I have found making cakes in the shapes of body parts a useful revision tool.  
Alex Fane De Salis
about 7 years ago
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The Basic Acute Abdomen

The basic and common differentials for the patient presenting with acute abdominal pain  
ugo icheke
about 7 years ago
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ENT - Mouth Examination.mp4

This video - produced by students at Oxford University Medical School in conjunction with the ENT faculty - demonstrates how to perform an examination of the mouth.  
Hussam Rostom
about 7 years ago
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ENT Examination

Guide to doing a clinical exam on the ears, nose and throat by the clinical skills tutors at the University of Liverpool  
Mary
almost 7 years ago
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Rectal Examination

Guide to doing a digital rectal exam by the clinical skills tutors at the University of Liverpool  
Mary
almost 7 years ago
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Abdominal Exam

Guide to doing a clinical exam on the abdomen by the clinical skills tutors at the University of Liverpool  
Mary
almost 7 years ago
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The Endocrine Functions Of The Pancreas

a power point presentation about the endocrine function of the pancreas  
Kamal Eldirawi
over 6 years ago
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The Exocrine Functions Of The Pancreas

a power point presentation describing the exocrine pancreatic functions  
Kamal Eldirawi
over 6 years ago
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Complete blood count

This is a teaching resource that aids undrestanding the details of the CBC.  
Kamal Eldirawi
over 6 years ago
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Faecal Incontinence in Late Diagnosed Hirschsprung's Disease

This is a text article in which I have looked at the literature relating the age at operation with the post-operative complication of Faecal Incontinence. The reason for this was that I was involved in a legal case where a child was not diagnosed with Hirschsprung's Disease until 3 years of age. Subsequently he had faecal incintinence (not overflow). The question was asked by the lawyers 'would early diagnosis as a neonate' have avoided this problem? What do you think?  
Mr Raymond Buick
over 6 years ago
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Functional histology of stomach and duodenum

this presentation was made with an intent to bring home structure-function relationship  
arshad javaid
over 6 years ago