Clinical Case # 4

Multiple “punched-out lesions” on a skull x-ray with associated Monoclonal M spike on protein electrophoresis. Name the most likely diagnosis. Give you answers/opinions ...
ankyloglossia-tongue tie

Clinical Case #3

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Candida infection

Clinical Case # 2

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rheumatoid arthritis

Clinical Case # 1

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Gram + and Gram - difference

Reagents of Gram Staining

So in the previous post we learned about the Principle of Gram Staining  as i promised i’ll discuss about other things related to gram staining so here it is.Today we are going ...
Gram + and Gram - difference

What is Gram Staining or Principle of Gram Staining

So today we’ll discuss about Gram Staining,principle of Gram Staining.Well majority of bacteria are classified on the basis of Gram staining. We can divide the bacteria into 2 ...

Red Eye with no injury | Differential Diagnosis

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