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  1. Why Have I Been Banned For? You can see the reason for the ban at your profile page sidebar or the top of the home page. Right below our logo you'll notice a box which states that you've been banned, what you've been banned for and how long this ban will last. What does the Reason "Copying and Pasting" mean? You copied and pasted either your own post on several threads or you've copied and pasted other people's posts. This is considered low quality posting and is against our What does the Reason "Leeching" mean? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leeching_(computing) Wrote:In computing and specifically Internet, a leech is one who benefits, usually deliberately, from others' information or effort but does not offer anything in return, or makes only token offerings in an attempt to avoid being called a leech. On Fundayforum this means basically the same. You've been found being a person who only wants to get free leaks without contributing anything to the community. How can I contribute to the community? We have several ways to contribute back to the community. To contribute you don't have to worried about posting nulled or leaked content of IPS APPS or PLUGINS here.But Before posting just check it out is it already available or not. Do not post the same stuff we won't approve those kind of files or posts. You can contribute back to the community by participating in discussions on here. We offer a couple for sections to do so. You like Poetry? We've got a big Urdu Poetry section for that! You like Quiz? We've got a Quiz Application for that! You like Islam or information? We've got sections of ISLAM and Study base knowledge for that! And if you don't have any specific topics you prefer, we still have Chit chat, Male Gossip, Female Gossip, Text Games, Etc Sections in other Forum Category. where you can talk about anything that doesn't fit in any other category. But I am banned so I can't contribute anymore? That's not entirely true. We are willing to give every member of Fundayforum another chance as long as we see that you really want to contribute back to the community. That's what this section is for. You can appeal your ban by admitting your fault or proving us that we've made a mistake banning you. What rules apply additionally to the general rules? Do not lie to us in appeals. Any hostility towards staff members will extend your ban by one month. If you are banned permanently already we might remove your appealing rights completely.
  2. Here at Fundayforum, we require high quality posts. If you're just here to unlock content and download something, you're at the wrong place. What we consider spam and/or low quality: Short messages like "cool", "thanks", "lol" etc. General thank-you post. We have a like button for a reason. Posts in other languages. Only English , Urdu, Punjabi,Hindi languages are allowed. Undescriptive thread titles like "Please help". Off-topic posts or anything that has nothing to do with the thread. Threads which will get you banned: What's your favourite X? (Example: What's your favourite food?) X vs X? (Example: Playstation or Xbox?) Will X die?/Is X dying? Any thread about the unlock requirements. Any thread about the unlock limits. Any thread that is low quality, as described above. How can I unlock and download something without getting banned for leeching? Involve yourself in the community and contribute something useful. Post a tutorial or guide, share a great story you experienced or just provide leaks. What if I don't want to contribute? Don't even bother staying here. You'll just get banned. We have a zero tolerance policy against leechers.
  3. Mass gainers are one of the oldest and most popular supplements in the market. Every major supplement company has its own range of mass gainers with fancy names: XXL mass gainer, Extreme Mass Gainer, Serious Mass etc. In this article, I will help you understand whether you need a mass gainer or not. And if you do need, which one should you buy. Stop Being Fooled First © Pixabay First, let's burst this bubble. Mass Gainers are marketed in such a way that majority of the population is forced to believe that it magically helps in gaining muscle mass. Well, muscle building is and will always remain a combination of optimal training, nutrition, and recovery (optimal being the keyword). Supplements, steroids, and everything else will always be secondary. Hence, one or even multiple tubs of mass gainers won't get you jacked like the athlete on its packaging. What Are Mass Gainers? A mass gainer is basically the powdered form of a meal. It majorly contains carbohydrates (70%), a moderate amount of protein (20-30%) and some fats (5-10%). A typical serving of mass gainer will have 1000 Calories with 200g Carbohydrates, 25g Protein, and 10g Fats. Who Should Actually Use Mass Gainers? As you can see, mass gainers are nothing but food in a powdered form, which helps you get in extra calories. Therefore, the majority of smart coaches (including myself in past) have labelled mass gainers as a waste of money, because you can get those same calories from real foods. But after training hundreds of people over time, I have learned that everyone's body, appetite, and life circumstances are different. Following Are Some Instances Wherein A Mass Gainer Can Be Useful: © YouTube • You are underweight & have a small appetite. Mass gainers can feed your body with a good chunk of calories and being in liquid form appetite won't be an issue. • You can only eat 2-3 meals after long gaps. Here mass gainer can be used as a snack meal. • You cannot pack a meal for school/college/office and all there is available junk or low-quality food. Here, a mass gainer can be extremely useful in hitting your macronutrient targets especially if you have serious performance goals. Which One To Buy? If you do require a Mass Gainer consider the following things before buying one: 1) It has at least 15g protein per scoop. Note: per scoop not per serving. 2) Ensure the source of protein is a quality one like whey concentrate, isolate, casein, egg protein or a combination of all three. 3) Check carbohydrate source. Avoid dextrose based mass gainers. Maltodextrin and Waxy Maize are acceptable. Complex carb sources like oats, quinoa powder are the best. Hope this article helps you make a better investment of your hard earned money. References- https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10442270 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3894395/ Yash Sharma is a former national level Football player, now a Strength Coach, Nutritionist and Natural Bodybuilder. He also runs a YouTube Channel Yash Sharma Fitness via which he aims to educate all the fitness enthusiasts to maximize their gains by methods that are backed by science and applicable easily. Connect with him on YouTube, YashSharmaFitness@gmail.com, Facebook and Instagram.
  4. Reading a girl is the most challenging thing you can ever do, but once you read her well and understand the subtle hints she drops your way, it'll become a lot easier for you to decipher how and what she thinks. © UTV Motion Pictures Reading a girl can be tough because there are numerous layers of intricacies you have to unfold, before you really get to what she's thinking most times, but if you evade these hints and signs she's giving out, more often than not you miss out on a lot (even at a probable chance of dating her). No, don't get me wrong, she's not that complicated. She's just apprehensive most times to be read out loud by someone, so she hides beneath layers of guesswork. But if you can crack the code of reading her the right way, she will actually fall for you instead, because you've achieved the impossible! You've actually read her right! Here are a few ways to read the girl you like and eventually end up possibly dating her: (1) Silence Is Usually Unusual If she's silent around you, then it's sort of unusual because a girl who is into you will try and make conversation with you, no matter what. If she's silent, it could either mean she's upset over something related to you or she needs you to give her attention. Whatever it is, she's not going to be open about it, so ask her what the matter is upfront and she will come around eventually. (2) When She Says 'I Don't Want To Talk About It', It's Probably False Of course, it's false. Yes, girls like talking about what's bothering them, but she won't open up instantly. It's not because she's trying to act pricey but it takes a lot of courage for her to open up. And when she does, it's a smooth sail from there. So, if something is bothering her and she says she doesn't feel like talking about it, ask her a couple of times until she does want to talk about it. But don't make her uncomfortable or try and pry and force her to talk. Sit with her and be patient and she will open up. (3) She'll Always Have Her Eyes On You Not in a creepy or prying sort of way but if you two are ever in a conversation, she will always look into your eyes and speak. If you're just getting to know each other and are having an intimate conversation, follow her eyes and see where they're looking. If they're on you throughout, then she's quite into you. If she's looking at everything else but your eyes, then she's not really that into you or is genuinely uncomfortable talking to you. (4) She'll Laugh Even If It's Not Funny Yup, it's an inherent trait that women can't control. If she digs you and you crack one of your lame ass jokes, she'll still laugh like it's the funniest thing she's heard all day. That's a sure shot way of knowing she really likes you. Come on, even you know how bad your jokes can be, right? If she doesn't laugh and smirks instead, then you don't need to continue your jokes further, she's really not that deep into you! (5) She'll Make An Effort To Casually Touch You That, in no way, is inappropriate and quite common if the girl is into you. She will make efforts to touch you, by grazing your arms or your shoulder with her hands or even giving you a gentle nudge while in a conversation with you. She'll do this consciously to see if she can feel a spark between the two of you and obviously, to break the ice and tell you she's comfortable around you. So, if you do notice these subtle signs when you're with someone you're interested in, you've read her just right and it's a good cue for you to make a move on her.
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    View File Deewan E Ghalib Download Free Urdu Poetry book and digest in PDF format read and download below Deewan E Ghalib By Mirza Asadullah Baig Khan Free Download. Mirza Ghalib free Poetry Books collection in PDF. The largest Urdu Books Download Link Collection. Read Online Or Download Urdu Books for free. fundayforum.com Urdu Books, Novels, Romance, Urdu Poetry, Kids Stories,Read Online Urdu Books,Novels,Magazines,Digests,Safarnama,Islamic Books,Education Books,imran series,mazhar kaleem,Romantic urdu novels free download,Free download,Read online most Favorite Urdu novels Submitter waqas dar Submitted 07/20/2016 Category General Books Book is About Mirza Asadullah Baig Khan
  8. X-ray Abdomen or Abdominal X-ray is popularly known as AXR. This is another common x-ray, we frequently encounter. Here is an easy to remember mnemonics to read an abdominal X-ray. We simply can remember it as Gases, Masses, Bones, Stones. A systematic approach to AXR interpretation is essential to avoid missing significant pathological changes. A systematic approach to AXR interpretation is essential to avoid missing significant pathological changes. Determine the ownership, adequacy and technical quality of the film. Name and date of birth of the patient and date radiograph was performed. Projection, Posture (e.g. supine or erect). Adequacy of exposure and then Look for ‘gases, masses, bones and stones’. Gases Look for normal or abnormal intraluminal and extraluminal gas distribution. (Note: high inter-observer variability in interpretation of gas patterns) Small bowel Intraluminal gas is usually minimal, centrally located within numerous tight loops of small diameter (2.5–3.5 cm), distinguished by valvulae conniventes (Stack of coins), characteristic mucosal folds that stretch all the way across the small bowel loops. Large bowel Has a mixture of gas and faeces located within loops of larger diameter (3–5 cm) around the periphery, with haustra, which are mucosal folds that stretch only part-way across the diameter of the large bowel loops. Abnormal findings include: Dilated loops of small or large bowel- obstruction, ileus or inflammation Air–fluid levels on erect AXR—more than 5 fluid levels, greater than 2.5 cm in length is abnormal and associated with obstruction, ileus, ischaemia and gastroenteritis. Intramural Gas -ischaemic colitis Intraperitoneal gas—perforated viscus or penetrating abdominal injury Rigler’s Sign(double-wall sign) occurs when both sides of the bowel wall can be visualised and is a good indication of free intraperitoneal gas. However the sensitivity for detecting perforation on AXR is low and is best confirmed as subdiaphragmatic air on erect CXR or with a CT scan. Extraperitoneal gas—within the soft tissues, retroperitoneal structures or chest in infection or trauma. Masses Look for the size and position of the solid organ shadows of the liver, spleen, kidneys and bladder Identify the retroperitoneal shadow of the psoas muscles. Bulging of the lateral margin or obliteration of the psoas shadow may indicate retroperitoneal pathology. Look for the dilated, calcified sac of a ruptured aortic aneurysm, or adjacent bony trauma (e.g. transverse process fractures). Bones Look for abnormalities of the visible bones such as the ribs, spine, sacrum and pelvis (e.g. fractures, scoliosis, degenerative disease, tumours and metastatic deposition). These may be incidental or provide additional information on the cause of the abdominal pain. Stones Look for renal, ureteric and bladder stones/calcification. Trace the course of the ureter from the pelvis of the kidney, along the tips of the lumbar spine transverse processes, over the sacroiliac joint, down to the ischial spine and medially to the bladder; 80–90% of renal tract stones are radio-opaque, but will require non-contrast CT or USS to confirm their position in the ureter. Examine the RUQ and transpyloric plane at the level of L1 for evidence of gallstones (15% radio-opaque) or pancreatic calcification. Again, confirmation with USS or CT is indicated.
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    X-Ray, How To Read Chest X-Ray

    Chest X-ray is one of the commonest OPD investigation we frequently encounter. All of us must know how to read it and interpret. Reading a chest x-ray, though looks simpler, often overlooked by us. Here is a simpler way to remember and read a chest x-ray easily. The popular mnemonics to remember is DRSABCD. This is quite simple to understand and interpret accordingly. D – Details about the patient and the x-ray. Why it’s important? Well, a what’s can go wrong if we interpret another patient’s x-ray for some one else. We describe details under the following sub heading. Patient name, age / DOB, *** Type of film – PA or AP, erect or supine, correct L/R marker, inspiratory/expiratory series Date and time of study R- Ripe it’s for assessing the technical quality of the image. Rotation – medial clavicle ends equidistant from spinous process Inspiration – 5-6 anterior ribs in MCL or 8-10 posterior ribs above diaphragm, poor inspiration?, hyperexpanded? Picture – straight vs oblique, entire lung fields, scapulae outside lung fields, angulation (ie ’tilt’ in vertical plane) Exposure (Penetration) – IV disc spaces, spinous processes to ~T4, L) hemidiaphragm visible through cardiac shadow. S – Soft tissues and Bones – Ribs, sternum, spine, clavicles – symmetry, fractures, dislocations, lytic lesions, density Soft tissues – looking for symmetry, swelling, loss of tissue planes, subcutaneous air, masses Breast shadows Calcification – great vessels, carotids A- Airway and Mediastinum Trachea – central or slightly to right lung as crosses aortic arch Paratracheal/mediastinal masses or adenopathy Carina & RMB/LMB Mediastinal width <8cm on PA film Aortic knob Hilum – T6-7 IV disc level, left hilum is usually higher (2cm) and squarer than the V-shaped right hilum. Check vessels, calcification. B – Breathing Lung fields Vascularity – to ~2cm of pleural surface (~3cm in apices), vessels in bases > apices Pneumothorax – don’t forget apices Lung field outlines – abnormal opacity/lucency, atelectasis, collapse, consolidation, bullae Horizontal fissure on Right Lung Pulmonary infiltrates – interstitial vs alveolar pattern Coin lesions Cavitary lesions Pleura Pleural reflections Pleural thickening C – Circulation Heart position –⅔ to left, ⅓ to right Heart size – measure cardiothoracic ratio on PA film (normal <0.5) Heart borders – R) border is R) atrium, L) border is L) ventricle & atrium Heart shape Aortic stripe D- Diaphragm Hemidiaphragm levels – Right Lung higher than Left Lung (~2.5cm / 1 intercostal space) Diaphragm shape/contour Cardiophrenic and costophrenic angles – clear and sharp Gastric bubble / colonic air Subdiaphragmatic air (pneumoperitoneum) E – Extras ETT, CVP line, NG tube, PA catheters, ECG electrodes, PICC line, chest tube PPM, AIDC, metalwork
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