Hello, by now you know that
school starts on Saturday, September 22. This year is where the real medicine begins, all the previous years were a joke ;). Here are this year’s classes ranked in a descending order according to their units (Click to see the lectures):
Dr.Tariq’s Virology – Second Semester:
To look at all the lectures that I have posted, go to:
NOTE: If you are missing any lectures or need anything else, leave a comment below and I will try to provide them if I can.
Howdy, these are the slides:
This is a short review table for the second semester:
- Each folder in the second semester contains Dr.Safeen’s notes except Mycology
- The images might have minor mistakes, so concentrate on Dr.Safeen’s notes for the facts
- We are not sure about the name of the stains in the Klebsiella folder, so be aware of that
Special thanks go to Dr.Shvan Omar who helped prepare all these, and also Dr.Lanja Dilshad who helped with double-checking the Mycology lecture.
Best of luck 😉
Howdy, here are the slides:
and here are the review tables:
- These subjects of the first semester are not included (Entamoeba histolytica, Giardia lamblia, Balantidium coli, Babesia)
- The final examination won’t be like the mid-year exams, we are required to study the entire handouts, not only infective stage, dx stage…etc
- You should use the tables above for review purposes only, they should not replace the handouts
- We are not responsible for inaccurate, inadequate information contained in the tables
- You can click here to download the lectures in the powerpoint format
As always, special thanks go to Dr.Shvan Omar without whom I wouldn’t be able to prepare these
Good luck to you all 😉
1st Semester: (Dr.Shler’s groups)
I think one lecture is missing in the 2nd semester and we don’t have it in powerpoint format
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Howdy fellow students,
Here are the last two notes on Dr.Tariq’s lectures. The RSV and hMNV should be added to the end of the Paramyxoviridae family. The Adenoviridae family is a separate lecture.
Now the only lectures that remain without notes are the Viral Zoonosis lectures, you can download the powerpoint version of those lectures here.
P.S: I would like to thank Dr. Shvan Omar for double-checking and error-proofing all the lectures except these two.
Good luck to you all 😉