When reflecting on 5 years of medical school, it is hard to imagine where all the knowledge is gone. My brain doesn’t feel particularly engorged, nor do I feel I have the confidence in what I know to stare my consultant in the eye and answer all their questions. Even though I haven’t developed a […]
Study Tip 1 – Keep organized. Medicine is a high-volume course that progresses and builds on complex concepts. However, many areas of study can be broken down and grouped to help you organize and easily recall the steps. Take one general topic, and list all its subtopics underneath it. Keep diagrams concise so that you can […]
Study smart, tips for University exams (especially medical school), preparing and passing an exam within 12 days DISCLAIMER: the following tips are for people who want to pass with efficient use of time and effort, not get a high distinction. Generally this method should apply to most subjects, but mainly those that require lots of […]
Paralysis of 3rd, 4th and 6th cranial nerves with involvement of ophthalmic division of trigeminal, localizes the lesion to: A. Cavernous sinus B. Apex of orbit C. Brainstem D. Base of skull
1- Organize your notes and textbooks. The very act of finding or creating structure in your study method can show you how the information itself is categorized. For example, human anatomy is very structured and easy to study by system or organ. In this way, the subject matter itself will often lead you to effective […]
Make a Study Plan Studying during medical school is typically much more important and time-consuming than it is during your undergraduate career. Plan to study every day for at least a few hours each day. Use a calendar or electronic tool to block out time that is specifically for studying, and do not compromise your […]
Every medical student is a bit apprehensive when he/she knows they will be assigned a new resident. The same questions always come up…will the resident be nice? Will they understand my busy schedule? Will they make me do a ton of scutwork? Will they make me write all of his/her progress notes? And maybe most […]
Graduating from dental school isn’t enough to secure a job as a dentist. There are several steps along the way that provide hands-on experience for dental students. While students must pay for college, it’s not all about tuition. There are other experiences and expenses involved to help future dentists learn their trade. These include a […]
1q: A highly ionized drug a. Is excreted mainly by the kidney b. Can cross the placental barrier easily c. Is well absorbed from the intestine d. Accumulates in the cellular lipids 2q: All of the following hormones have cell surface receptors except a. Adrenaline b. GH c. Insulin d. Thyroxine 3q: Which one of […]
Q1. Answer – 2. Dilatation of pupils. Acetylcholine causes pupillary constraiction by acting on M3 receptors. Q2. Answer – 1. Scopolamine. It is an anticholinergic like atropine. Q3. Answer – 4. Ipratropium. Why is it preferred over atropine for bronchial asthma? Q4. Answer – 2. It crosses the blood brain barrier. Since it does […]
Q1. All the following are the actions of acetylcholine except 1-Increase in heart rate 2-Dilatation of pupil 3-Contraction of detrusor muscle 4-Increased salivation Q2. Which of the following is not a cholinergic drug 1-Scopolamine 2-Muscarine 3-Pilocarpine 4-Bethenacol Q3. The atropine derivative used in the treatment of bronchial asthma is 1-Homatropine 2-Oxybutynin 3-Pirenzepine 4-Ipratropium Q4. Which […]
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