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Answered on 30 Jun Exam Coaching Exam Coaching/NEET-UG Coaching Tuition/MBBS & Medical Tuition/Medicine

Mrinmayee Mandal

It's better not to join a coaching groups consisting of large number of students. Consider tutors who pay attention to individual student and take care of their weaknesses. Materials provided, how well the syllabus is covered within time and success record should be checked.
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Lesson Posted on 04 Jul Tuition/MBBS & Medical Tuition/Anatomy

Horner's Syndrome

Dr. S. P. Geetha

I love to teach students in the way they can understand. Since Anatomy is the basic subject for doctors...

Horner's Syndrome:- Sympathetic Innervation: Sympathetic nerves of upper limb are derived from spinal segments T2 to T6. Lateral Horn Cells ⇓ ... read more

Horner's Syndrome:-

Sympathetic Innervation:

Sympathetic nerves of upper limb are derived from spinal segments T2 to T6.

 

                                                                Lateral Horn Cells

                                                                             ⇓

                                                             Preganglionic  fibres

                                                                             ⇓

                                                                Ventral Nerve Root 

                                                                             ⇓

                                                        White rami communicantes

                                                                             ⇓

                                                                Sympathetic chain

                                                                             ⇓ 

                                                            ascend within the chain

                                                                             ⇓ 

                                           end in Middle, Inferior cervical ganglions & first                                                                                                                                 thoracic ganglion 

                                                                             ⇓

                                                             Postganglionic fibres 

                                                                               ↓                                  

                         From Middle Cervical                From Inferior                 First thoracic Ganglion

                         ganglion                                    Cervical ganglion

                         ⇓                                                   ⇓                                         ⇓

                         Grey rami                                    Grey rami                             Grey rami

                         communicantes                         communicantes                 communicantes                                          

                         ⇓                                                   ⇓                                          ⇓

                        C5, C6 nerve roots                     C7, C8 nerve roots              T1 nerve root

 

Sympathetic actions - Vasodilation of arteries of Skeletal muscles.

In the Skin - Vasomotor - constricts the arterioles

Sudomotor - increases sweat secretion

Pilomotor  -  contracts Arrector pilorum muscle causes erection of hair.

 

If T1 is injured proximal to white rami communicans to first thoracic sympathetic ganglion,

there will be

  • ptosis
  • miosis
  • anhydrois
  • enophthalmus
  • loss of cilio-spinal reflex.

This is because of injury to sympathetic fibres to head and neck that leave the spinal cord through nerve T1.

 

 

Vasomotor changes: skin area with sensory loss is - warmer due to arteriolar dilation.  

                                                                                 - drier due to absence of sweating.

 

Trophic changes: long standing case of paralysis leads to dry and scaly skin. Nails crack easily with atrophy of pulp of fingers.

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Lesson Posted on 02 Jul Tuition/MBBS & Medical Tuition/Anatomy

Erb's Paralysis

Dr. S. P. Geetha

I love to teach students in the way they can understand. Since Anatomy is the basic subject for doctors...

Erb's Paralysis:- It is the region of Upper Trunk of Brachial Plexus where six nerves meet. C5 Root C6 Root Suprascapular Nerve Nerve to Subclavius Anterior division Posterior division Injury to this region causes Erb's palsy. Causes of injury: Birth injury fall on shoulder during... read more

Erb's Paralysis:-

 

It is the region of Upper Trunk of Brachial Plexus where six nerves meet.

  • C5 Root
  • C6 Root
  • Suprascapular Nerve
  • Nerve to Subclavius
  • Anterior division
  • Posterior division

 

Injury to this region causes Erb's palsy.

Causes of injury:

  1. Birth injury
  2. fall on shoulder
  3. during Anaesthesia

Nerve roots involved - Mainly C5 and partly C6

Muscles paralysed - Mainly biceps brachii, deltoid, brachialis, brachioradialis. Partly supraspinatus, infraspinatus and supinator.

Deformity and position of the limb -

 

Arm - hangs by the side, arm is adducted, medially rotated.

Forearm - Extended, pronated

This deformity is called "policeman's tip hand" or "waiter's tip" or "porter's tip hand"

 

Disability-  Following movements lost

 

  • Abduction & lateral rotation of arm at shoulder joint
  • Flexion & supination of forearm
  • Biceps and supinator jerks lost
  • Sensations are lost over a small area over lower part of Deltoid. 
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Lesson Posted on 03 Jul Tuition/MBBS & Medical Tuition/Anatomy

Klumpke's Paralysis

Dr. S. P. Geetha

I love to teach students in the way they can understand. Since Anatomy is the basic subject for doctors...

Klumpke's Paralysis:- Site of injury: Lower trunk of brachial plexus. Cause of injury: Undue abduction of the arm, as in clutching something with hands after a fall from a height Birth injury. Nerve roots involved: Mainly T1 & partly C8 Muscles Paralysed: Intrinsic muscles... read more

Klumpke's Paralysis:-

Site of injury: Lower trunk of brachial plexus.

Cause of injury: Undue abduction of the arm, as in clutching something with hands after a fall from a height

Birth injury.

Nerve roots involved: Mainly T1 & partly C8

Muscles Paralysed: Intrinsic muscles of the hand (T1)

Ulnar Flexors of the wrist and fingers (C8)

Deformity and position of the hand: Claw hand due to unopposed action of long flexors and extensors of the fingers. 

In a claw hand, there is hyperextension at metacarpophalangeal joints and flexion at interphalangeal joints.

 

Disability: Biceps and supinator jerks are lost.

Complete claw hand

Cutaneous anaesthesia and analgesia in a narrow zone along ulnar border of the forearm and hand.

 

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Answered on 30 Jun Tuition/MBBS & Medical Tuition Tuition/MBBS & Medical Tuition/Microbiology Exam Coaching/Medical Entrance Coaching +1 Tuition/MBBS & Medical Tuition/Biochemistry less

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Answered on 03 Jul Tuition/MBBS & Medical Tuition Tuition/MBBS & Medical Tuition/Microbiology Exam Coaching/Medical Entrance Coaching +1 Tuition/MBBS & Medical Tuition/Biochemistry less

Which coaching institute is best for Medical?

Aliartis Institute

Digital Coaching Center Now known as DCC Edu Services in Gorakhpur Uttar Pradesh has appointed teachers from All round India and Has well equipped infrasturcture.
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Answered on 03 Jul Tuition/MBBS & Medical Tuition Tuition/MBBS & Medical Tuition/Microbiology Exam Coaching/Medical Entrance Coaching +1 Tuition/MBBS & Medical Tuition/Biochemistry less

Is it possible for an MBBS student to join coaching classes during the final MBBS?

Bansal Classes Private Limited

Yes, you can join coaching classes during the final MBBS. If you want some more information regarding this, do visit the website www.bansalclassesddn.in
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Answered on 02 Jul Tuition/MBBS & Medical Tuition Tuition/MBBS & Medical Tuition/Microbiology Exam Coaching/Medical Entrance Coaching +1 Tuition/MBBS & Medical Tuition/Biochemistry less

What are the different career options after an MBBS? What is the scope?

Subrahmanyam

It is best profession for leading life on your own and serving the society. After MBBS there are PG and DM courses in India as well as in abroad.
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What is the difference between MBBS and MBBS (Hons)?

Subrahmanyam

there is no MBBS (Hons)
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Answered on 22 May Tuition/MBBS & Medical Tuition

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