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Difference Between Male and Female Mandibles

The following table summarises the difference between male and female mandible. Features Male mandible Female mandible Size Larger and thicker Smaller andthinner Height of the body Greater Lesser Angle of mandible Everted Inverted Chin Quadrilateral Rounded Inferior border ofbody of mandible Irregular Smooth Condyles Larger Smaller Hope you found that article useful. We are glad …

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Anatomical Features of Male and Female Skull

The following table summarises the difference between Anatomical Features of Male and Female skull. Male Female Bones Thicker and heavier Thinner and lighter Cranial capacity More Less Muscular markingsand ridges Well-marked, henceseen prominently Not well-marked Superciliary arches Prominent Not prominent Mastoid process Prominent Less prominent Frontal and parietaltubers Less prominent Prominent Hope you found that …

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Difference Between Male and Female Hip Bones

The following table summarises the Differences between male and female hip bones Features Female Male Greater sciatic notch Wider (75°) Narrower (< 50°) Ischial spine Not inverted Inverted Ischiopubic ramus Thin and not everted Thick and everted Obturator foramen Triangular Oval Acetabular diameter Less than 5 cm More than 5 cm Distance between the pubic …

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Difference Between Male and Female Pelvis

The anatomical differences between male and female pelvis are frequently asked in medical school exams as well as in USMLE, PLAB and NEXT. The following table summarises the Differences between the male and female pelvis. Male Female General structure Heavy and thick Light and thin Articular surfaces Large Small Muscle attachments Well marked Indistinct False …

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Mnemonic for Signs of Hallucinogen Intoxication

Remember the signs of Hallucinogen Intoxication using the mnemonic DISTORT. DISTORT Distorted vision Incoordination Sweating Tachycardia Opening (dilation) of the pupil Racing heart (palpitations) Tremor Hope that mnemonic helped. Got a better mnemonic for the same? Let us know in the comments below.Also check out these medical mnemonics Mnemonics to remember Clinical Features of Alcohol …

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Mnemonics for Clinical Manifestations of Lead Poisoning

Remember the Clinical Manifestations of Lead Poisoning using the two mnemonics CRACK and ABCDEFG. CRACK CNS (headache, memory loss, personality changes, encephalopathy) Reproductive (abortion, stillbirth) Anemia (microcytic) Colic (“lead colic” abdominal pain) Kidney (proximal tubular damage, interstitial fibrosis) ABCDEFG Anemia Basophilic stippling Colicky pain Diarrhea Encephalopathy Foot drop Gum (lead line) Hope that mnemonic helped. …

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Mnemonic for Rat Poisons

Rememeber the RAT POSIONS using the mnemonic RATS PANIC. R – Red squillA – ArsenicalsT – ThalliumS – StrychnineP – PNU/Phosphorus/ ZInc PhosphideA – Alpha-naphtha thiurea (ANTU)N – NorbormideI – IndanedionesC – Coumadin / Cholcalciferol