Foetal Alcohol Syndrome

Foetal Alcohol Syndrome

19:45 31st May 2016 | Alcohol & Pregnancy

FASD Pregnancy Baby Deformation Defects Poor Coordination Behavioural Problems Alcohol Consumption Physical Examination Regular Routine

Foetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) is part of a group of conditions called Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) which can occur when a woman consumes alcohol during pregnancy.

What is Pathology? Why is it important?

What is Pathology? Why is it important?

22:47 10th March 2016 | Pathology

Organs Bodily fluids Physician Physical Examination Clinical Chemistry Infertility Investigation FBC Follicle Stimulating Hormone Clinical Conditions Cervical Pap Smear

Pathology is a branch of medical science primarily concerned with the examination of organs, tissues, and bodily fluids - blood,saliva,bone, urine for example - in order to diagnose a specific condition or disease.Typically, laboratories will process the samples provided and analyse the results which are given to the patient’s doctor. A general pathologist is a physician who is trained in clinical chemistry, microbiology and haematology...

Treating Ovulatory Abnormalities

04:53 12th April 2013 | Ovulatory Abnormalities

Ovulatory Problems Conception Physical Examination Detailed History Pregnancy Treatment Appropriate Counselling Menarche Life Style Modification Regular Ovulation Nutritional Disorders IVF PCOS

Treating Ovulatory Abnormalities
The treatment of ovulatory problems is guided by the woman’s desire to get pregnant. Some women may only be desirous of seeing their periods while the majority of women are primarily interested in getting pregnant immediately or at least in their ability to conceive in near future.  It is important to understand the underlining condition that is responsible for the ovulatory abnormality with detailed hist...

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