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Medical Explanation Digital Flash Cards

150 simple, beautifully-created, quick-scan medical explanation e-cards to help you Pass – instant 12 month access in your account.

All cards created by Dr Aman – covering simple explanations of 150 common conditions to save time and increase understanding in consultations.

Explanations at your fingertips. Use on the go or practice explanations with a study partner.

Ideal for MRCGP, GP Training, PLAB 2, Role-play, Medical Student, Pharmacist, Physician Associate, ANP and many other clinical exams.

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Medical Explanation Flash Cards

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Flashcard Contents

1. Angina

2. Heart Attack

3. Heart Failure

4. Angina Management

5. Hypertension

6. Congenital Heart Disease

7. High Cholesterol

8. Cardiovascular Risk

9. Peripheral Vascular Disease

10. DVT

11. Pericarditis

12. Myocarditis

13. Endocarditis

14. Asthma

15. COPD

16. Pneumothorax

17. Pleural Effusion

18. Pulmonary Embolism

19. URTI vs LRTI

20. Cor Pulmonale

21. Bronchiectasis

22. Pulmonary Fibrosis

23. Dyspepsia

24. Helicobacter Pylori

25. Peptic Ulcer

26. GORD

27. Gallstones

28. Pancreatitis

29. Jaundice

30. Liver Cirrhosis

31. NAFLD

32. Irritable Bowel Syndrome

33. Irritable Bowel Disease

34. Coeliac Disease

35. Hernia

36. Migraine

37. Tension Headache

38. Medication Overuse Headache

39. Cluster Headache

40. Stroke

41. TIA

42. Temporal Arteritis

43. Epilepsy

44. Parkinson’s Disease

45. Multiple Sclerosis

46. Motor Neurone Disease

47. Myasthenia Gravis

48. Intracranial Bleed

49. Meningitis

50. Depression

51. Anxiety

52. OCD

53. Schizophrenia

54. Eating Disorder

55. Dementia

56. Counselling

57. CBT

58. Eczema

59. Acne

60. Mole

61. Psoriasis

62. Solar Keratosis

63. Menorrhagia

64. Dysmenorrhoea

65. Fibroids

66. Endometriosis

67. PCOS

68. Menopause

69. Urinary Incontinence

70. Contraception

71. Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy

72. Prostatitis

73. Epididymo-orchitis

74. Testicular Torsion

75. PSA Counselling

76. Allergy vs Intolerance

77. Anaphylaxis

78. Diabetes

79. DKA

80. Hypoglycaemia

81. Hypothyroidism

82. Hyperthyroidism

83. Subclinical Hypothyroidism

84. Hyperparathyroidism

85. Cushing’s

86. Addison’s Disease

87. Conn’s Syndrome

88. Visual Acuity

89. Astigmatism

90. Cataract

91. Age Related Macular Degeneration

92. Glaucoma

93. Retinopathy

94. Uveitis

95. Conjunctivitis

96. Subconjunctival Haemorrhage

97. Osteoarthritis

98. Rheumatoid Arthritis

99. SLE

100. Osteoporosis

101. Whiplash

102. Frozen Shoulder

103. Rotator Cuff Injury

104. Tennis Elbow

105. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

106. Low Back Pain

107. Osgood-Schlatter’s Disease

108. Chondromalacia Patella

109. Plantar Fasciitis

110. Acute Kidney Injury

111. Chronic Kidney Disease

112. UTI

113. Glomerulonephritis

114. Renal Stones

115. Hepatitis A

116. Hepatitis B

117. Hepatitis C

118. Tuberculosis

119. Malaria

120. Otitis Media / Externa

121. Tinnitus

122. Hearing Loss

123. Vertigo

124. Cholesteatoma

125. Epistaxis

126. Nasal Polyp

127. Hay fever

128. Tonsillitis

129. Laryngitis

130. Anaemia

131. Sickle Cell Disease

132. Thalassaemia

133. Leukaemia

134. Lymphoma

135. Myeloma

136. Nocturnal Enuresis

137. Autism

138. ADHD

139. Squint

140. Chickenpox

141. Scarlet Fever

142. Autosomal Dominant Inheritance

143. Autosomal Recessive Inheritance

144. X-Linked Inheritance

145. Cancer

146. Breast Cancer

147. Lung Cancer

148. Bowel Cancer

149. Prostate Cancer

150. Skin Cancer

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