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    Fluorescent in situ hybridisation

    Fluorescent in situ hybridisation Fluorescent in situ hybridisation (FISH) is a technique that, using fluorescent labelled DNA probes (often derived from fragments of DNA that were isolated during the HGP), can detect and confirm gene and chromosome abnormalities beyond the resolution of routine cytogenetics. OR Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) provides researchers with a way to visualize […]

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  • lasers skin

    Lasers in dermatology

    In dermatology the following lasers are commonly used. few · Carbon Dioxide laser · Pulsed Dye laser (V Beam) · Q switched Ruby laser · Q switched Nd:Yag laser · Long pulsed Nd:Yag laser · Long pulsed Alexandrite Lasers are used to treat a variety of skin conditions including the following: · Port Wine Stains […]

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  • segoid fracture

    Segoid Fracture

    Segond fracture Segond fracture is an avulsion fracture of the knee which involves the lateral aspect of the tibial plateau, and is very frequently associated with disruption of the anterior cruciate ligament. Clinical presentation: Segond fracture typically occurs as a result of internal rotation and varus stress. Typically these injuries are seen in two settings: falls and sports: especially […]

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  • RAS

    Differentiation Syndrome

    Synonyms: Diffrentiation Syndrome, Retinoic Acid Syndrome, ATRA Syndrome.   Retinoic acid syndrome (RAS) is a potentially life-threatening complication observed in patients with acute promyelocytic leukemia (APML) It is named because it is first thought to be specifically associated with all-trans retinoic acid (ATRA) treatment. Subsequently it was found out that similar symptops may appear in […]

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