Author: Prachi Bhutani

CASE DISCUSSIONS ON CUROFY : hypothyroidism & more

Curofy in its endeavor to bring doctors on this collaborative platform, brings to you a glimpse of the case discussions on diseases like hypothyroidism ,prostatic adenocarcinoma etc that happen on the app and the lives that are getting saved in the process. With more than 60 thousand doctors from more than 350 cities in the country, Curofy has become the go to app for doctors to seek second opinion or to stay updated  Plz comment ur valuable opinions     Accepted Answer hypothyroidism and obesity may present like this… 2. M/80, TRUS CORE PROSTATIC BIOPSY WITH PSA>100, core biopsy taken...

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CASE DISCUSSIONS ON CUROFY : RHD, epulis rx exision

Curofy in its endeavor to bring doctors on this collaborative platform, brings to you a glimpse of the case discussions on diseases like RHD, epulis rx excision  etc that happen on the app and the lives that are getting saved in the process. With more than 60 thousand doctors from more than 350 cities in the country, Curofy has become the go to app for doctors to seek second opinion or to stay updated 35yrs,tamil male,c/o breathlessness +(DOE),mild pedal odema,no fever,occaisional cough,intermittent arthralgia,calf pain,,spot the dignosis,i ll explain the case after you dignose the case   Accepted Answers  ...

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Top 10 foreign Courses for PGs in India

Top 10 foreign courses that PGs in India should definitely opt for When we were young we mostly assumed that clearing our medical entrance exams and getting into a respectable medical college was enough to secure our future and the future of medicine. Boy, could we be any more wrong! In reality, medicine is more like a living being; it is forever evolving, changing with changing needs, developing new ways to facilitate life. So even practicing doctors are now required to keep with the latest trends of medicine. This includes new treatment procedures, medicinal compounds, clinical trials, discoveries and...

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Open letter by a doctor to the World

Dear Readers and Prospective Medical Students, If this letter finds you on a particularly gloomy day, I suggest you do not go forth with it. This letter will bear no words of encouragement only dissuading facts which have doomed the fates of thousands of doctors in this country. In a country where doctors were worshiped as life savers it may be difficult for anyone to imagine why studying medicine or harboring the dreams of becoming a doctor may not be the best idea in life. Let us start with the fact that when a student appears for his medical...

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8 Indian travel destinations that will rejuvenate Doctors

Most people believe that doctors work even when they are asleep. Interestingly, that is true. Without going into the controversies of the conscious and subconscious we can safely say that the surmounting pressure from their clinics and hospitals is enough to keep their dreams occupied with thoughts of their patients, diagnostic reports, the progress of treatments, alternative solution to ailments and much more. The only way for a doctor to get away from the chaos of medicine and its banes is to take a quaint vacation. Why is a complete vacation a utopic concept for doctors? In reality, however,...

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