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Medicine is the science and practice of establishing the diagnosis, prognosis, treatment, and prevention of disease of humans. This portal includes the topics such as public health, medical and clinical research, prevention of diseases, medical diagnosis, physical and occupational therapy, surgical procedures and medical devices.


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Main topics

  1. Accreditation in healthcare
  2. Acute pain
  3. Adulteration
  4. Adverse effects of psychoactive drugs
  5. Alternative medical diagnostic methods
  6. Amino acid metabolism disorders
  7. Andrology
  8. Anesthesia
  9. Anthropometry
  10. Antibiotic resistance
  11. Anxiety disorders
  12. Autism
  13. Autosomal recessive disorders
  14. Biomedicine
  15. Bleeding
  16. Blood disorders
  17. Blood donation
  18. Blood products
  19. Blood substitutes
  20. Blood tests
  21. Cardiac imaging
  22. Cardiac procedures
  23. Cardiology
  24. Chemical substances for emergency medicine
  25. Chest trauma
  26. Clinical data management
  27. Clinical pathology
  28. Clinical pharmacology
  29. Clinical procedure classification
  30. Clinical psychology
  31. Clinical research
  32. Clinical trials
  33. Colitis
  34. Colorectal surgery
  35. Coma
  36. Communication disorders
  37. Congenital disorders of urinary system
  38. Congenital vascular defects
  39. Dehydration
  40. Dentistry
  41. Diagnosis classification
  42. Dissociative disorders
  43. Dosage forms
  44. Drug control law
  45. Drug delivery devices
  46. Drug safety
  47. Electrodiagnosis
  48. Electroencephalography
  49. Emergency medicine
  50. Endocrine procedures
  51. Endocrinology
  52. Epidemiology
  53. Evidence-based medicine
  54. Experimental medical treatments
  55. Eye injury
  56. Facial features
  57. Fertility medicine
  58. Genodermatoses
  59. Gynaecology
  60. Health care
  61. Health care occupations
  62. Health care quality
  63. Health informatics
  64. Health paradoxes
  65. Hematology
  66. Hepatitis
  67. Hepatology
  68. Human anatomy
  69. Human anatomy by organ
  70. Human eye anatomy
  71. Human head and neck
  72. Human hormones
  73. Human mouth anatomy
  74. Human throat
  75. Hypervitaminosis
  76. Implants (medicine)
  77. Infectious arthropathies
  78. Inflammations
  79. Injection (medicine)
  80. Insulin therapies
  81. Intensive care medicine
  82. Interventional radiology
  83. Lists of human anatomical features
  84. Lung disorders
  85. Mathematics in medicine
  86. Medical anthropology
  87. Medical classification
  88. Medical credentials
  89. Medical devices
  90. Medical emergencies
  91. Medical equipment
  92. Medical ethics
  93. Medical genetics
  94. Medical imaging
  95. Medical libraries
  96. Medical magazines
  97. Medical mnemonics
  98. Medical monitoring
  99. Medical physics
  100. Medical physics journals
  101. Medical procedures
  102. Medical search engines
  103. Medical sociology
  104. Medical statistics
  105. Medical technology
  106. Medical terminology
  107. Medical tests
  108. Medical treatments
  109. Medical ultrasonography
  110. Medicinal radiochemistry
  111. Medicine timelines
  112. Memory disorders
  113. Mental health
  114. Neurological disorders
  115. Neuropsychology
  116. Neurosurgery
  117. Nuclear medicine
  118. Obstetrics
  119. Oncology
  120. Organ donation
  121. Organ transplantation
  122. Orphan drugs
  123. Orthopedic surgical procedures
  124. Pathology
  125. Pediatrics
  126. Peripheral nervous system disorders
  127. Personality disorders
  128. Pharmaceutical industry
  129. Pharmaceuticals policy
  130. Pharmacokinetic metrics
  131. Pharmacokinetics
  132. Pharmacology
  133. Pharmacy
  134. Positron emission tomography
  135. Prosthetics
  136. Psychiatric assessment
  137. Psychiatric diagnosis
  138. Psychopathy
  139. Psychosis
  140. Radiology
  141. Radiopharmaceuticals
  142. Regenerative biomedicine
  143. Respiratory system imaging
  144. Routes of administration
  145. Skeletal disorders
  146. Space medicine
  147. Spaceflight health effects
  148. Stress
  149. Stroke
  150. Surgical procedures and techniques
  151. Surgical removal procedures
  152. Telehealth
  153. Telemedicine
  154. Tissue engineering
  155. Traditional medicine
  156. Transfusion medicine
  157. Transfusion reactions
  158. Trauma types
  159. Traumatology
  160. Urological conditions
  161. Vaccine controversies
  162. Vascular surgery
  163. Vitamin deficiencies
  164. World Health Organization essential medicines
  165. X-linked dominant disorders

Injuries and fractures

  1. Bone fractures
  2. Injuries
  3. Injuries of abdomen, lower back, lumbar spine and pelvis
  4. Injuries of ankle and foot
  5. Injuries of head
  6. Injuries of hip and thigh
  7. Injuries of knee and lower leg
  8. Injuries of neck
  9. Injuries of shoulder and upper arm
  10. Injuries of wrist and hand
  11. Knee injuries and disorders

Diseases and syndromes

  1. Arthritis
  2. Autoinflammatory syndromes
  3. Cancer research
  4. Cancer treatments
  5. Chronic pain syndromes
  6. Drug-induced diseases
  7. Heart diseases
  8. Infectious diseases
  9. Kidney diseases
  10. Neuro-cardio-facial-cutaneous syndromes
  11. Rare diseases
  12. Respiratory diseases
  13. Syndromes affecting the nervous system

Medical therapy

  1. Breakthrough therapy
  2. Chemotherapy
  3. Electrotherapy
  4. Occupational therapy
  5. Radiation therapy
  6. Respiratory therapy
  7. Therapy