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Contents of broad ligament

Contents of broad ligament Fallopian tube – upper portion Round ligament – anteriorly Ovarian ligament – posterior fold Ovarian structure of wolffian body – Epoophoron and paroophoron (also called organ of Rosenmüller or the parovarium) Vestigial structure of wolffian duct – Gartner’s duct Ureter Uterine and Ovarian vessels Pelvic nerves Parametrial lymph node Infundibulopelvic ligament

Contents of broad ligament

Contents of broad ligament Fallopian tube – upper portion Round ligament – anteriorly Ovarian ligament – posterior fold Ovarian structure of wolffian body – Epoophoron and paroophoron (also called organ of Rosenmüller or the parovarium) Vestigial structure of wolffian duct – Gartner’s duct Ureter Uterine and Ovarian vessels Pelvic nerves Parametrial lymph node Infundibulopelvic ligament

What is BACTERIAL VAGINOSIS ? Diagnosis, Treatment

BACTERIAL VAGINOSIS Bacterial vaginosis is not a  bacterial infection, it’s alteration in the normal vaginl bacteria which normally present in the vagina. It’s frequently seen in women undergoing termination of pregnancy and those with an IUCD in situ or with PID and postmenopausal. It is not sexually transmitted, associated with the sexual activities such as

Angel closer Glaucoma or Acute Glaucoma

Angel closer Glaucoma Angel closer Glaucoma or acute Glaucoma is caused by a rapid or sudden incomplete the blockage of the aqueous homer drainage, this lead to sudden increase in intraocular pressure (IOP) and damage to the optic nerve and characteristic may quickly result to total vision loss . in angel closer Glaucoma we see

What is Angel closer Glaucoma ?

angel closer Glaucoma angel closer Glaucoma or acute Glaucoma is caused by a rapid or sudden incomplete the blockage of the aqueous homer drainage, this lead to sudden increase in intraocular pressure (IOP) and damage to the optic nerve and characteristic may quickly result to total vision loss . in angel closer Glaucoma we see

what is Glaucoma ?

Glaucoma Glaucoma is the eye diseases in which optic nerve is damaged, this leading to irreversible loss of vision, in most cases the increased intraocular pressure builds up in the front part of your eye cause to the damage the optic nerve. Glaucoma is result of high fluid pressure build up inside your eye, when

 The human eye, layer, Segments and Different part

Human eye The human eye is the most important sensory organ in our body that allows us to vision. shape of eyeball is not a sphere but an oblate spheroid, generally it’s referred to a globe And the eyeball is made up of three layers. The outer layer is fibrous layer. Middle layer of the

Kiesselbach’s plexus, Little’s area

Kiesselbach’s plexus Kiesselbach’s plexus also known as Little’s area, it is most vascular area of nose that is present in the anterior inferior quadrant of nasal septum where five arteries form a vascular plexus. it’s one of the primary reasons for the relatively large blood supply in the nasal septum and most common of epistaxis

what is Pterion ? anatomy, destination.

Pterion The pterion is a h-shape point on the both lateral side of the skull use to make burr-hole to light middle. it’s region become due to the junction of the four bone frontal, greater wing of sphenoid, temporal, parietal are meet to each other. it is located 4 cm above the midpoint of zygomatic

Cubital tunnel syndrome

Cubital tunnel syndrome Cubital tunnel syndrome is compression or entrapment neuropathy of ulnar nerve behind the medial epicondyle in the cubital tunnel, ulnar nerve also known as the funny bone nerve. Causes Most cases arise causes of this ulnar nerve compression at the elbow are. Direct pressure (increased pressure) on the ulnar nerve Stretching twisting