Diagnostic criteria and classifications

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 DIAGNOSTIC CRITERIA  AND CLASSIFICATIONS

 Macafee and Johnson regime – Management of placenta previa

 Page classification – Abruptio placenta

 Sher classification – Abruptio placenta

 Clarke’s classification – Cardiac disease in pregnancy

 Caldwell and Mohoy class – Types of pelvis

 Whites classification – Diabetes in pregnancy

 Lytic cocktail &

 Prichard regime – Eclampsia                                   

 Rotterdam Criteria – PCOD

 Amsel criteria – Bacteria Vaginosis

 De lancey levels – Uterine supports

 Baden & walker class – Grading of pelvic organ prolapsed

 Spiegelberg criteria – Ovarian ectopic pregnancy

 Rubin’s criteria – Cervical ectopic pregnancy

Studiford criteria – Abdominal ectopic pregnancy.

 Hall’s criteria – Down syndrome.

 Bisgard regime – Conservative regime for varicose veins

 Ingram regime – Psoriasis

 Nigro regime – Ca Anal canal

 Oschner sherren regime – Conservative treatment for appendicular

mass

 Agatson score – CAD

Maddreys index – Alcoholic fatty liver disease

 Pearl index – Measures contraceptive efficacy

Chandelrs index – Average number of hookworm eggs/

gram stool

 Soiling index – Indicator of air pollution ( smoke index)

 Bacterial index – Classification of leprosy

 Wealth index – Index of socioeconomic status of

household

Beteu index – Aedes aegypti ( in filarisis)

 Chang staging – Medulloblastoma

 Reiss & Ellisworth class

 & Esson prognostic index – Retinoblastoma

Shimda index – Neuroblastoma

 Masoaka staging – Thymoma

 Bloom richardson grading – Ca Breast

 Masaoka staging – Thymoma

Naguchi classification – Ca lung (Adenocarcinoma)

 Sullivan Modification – Adresnocortical tumour

 Robson staging -RCC

Nevine staging – Ca Gall bladder

 Gleason grading – Ca prostate

 Jackson staging – Penile cancer

 Anderson staging – Seminoma staging

 Duke staging – Colo rectal ca

 Figo staging – Ca ovary

 Mayo score – Ulcerative colitis

 Atlanta classification – Acute Pancreatitis

 Balthazar score – CT severity index for acute pancreatitis

 Ranson Criteria – Acute pancreatitis

 APACHE criteria – Bed side scoring for severity for Acute pancreatitis

 Rule of 6 – Pseudopancreatic cyst

 Rule of 10 – Pheochromocytoma

 Rule of 2 – Meckels diverticulum

 Rule of 9/Rule of wallace – Burns

 Rule of 10 – Millard criteria( Cleft lip & Cleft palate)

 Maddrey’s index – Alcoholic Fatty liver disease

 Fisch Classification – Glomus tumour

 Marx classification – Microtia

 SADE classification – Pars tensa

 Toss classification – Pars flaccida

Deriaki classification – Congenital cholesteatoma

 Verocay classification – Acoustic neuroma

 Nelson classification – CSOM

 Shea classification – Menieres disease

 Wellstein classification – Tympanoplasty

Delbet classification – Fracture Neck of femur in children

Epswoth sleepiness scale – OSA, Excessive day time sleepiness

 Bosniak classification – Renal cysts

 MELD score – End stage liver disease

 Austin classification – Middle ear risk index

 Alanzolej classification – Choledochal cyst’

 Amsel criteria – Bacterial vaginosis

 Ames test – Test for Mutation

 Ann arbour staging – Hodgkins lymphoma

 Rye classification – Hodgkins lymphoma

 Rappaport classification – & Non hodgkins lymphoma

 Ashbury criteria – GBS

Astler collar – Colorectal cancer

 Bent criteria – Allergic fungal sinusitis

 Butcher;s criteria – Mesothelioma

 Berlins criteria – ARDS

 Bismuth classification – Tumours of hepatic ductal system

 Boreman classification – Gastric carcinoma

 Child pug score/MELD/PELD – Cirrhosis of liver

 Millar & clerney classification – Chronic osteomyelitis

 Cottles classification – Deviated nasal septum

 Durie salmon staging – Multiple myeloma

 Duke criteria – Endocarditis

Brocas index – Height ( cm ) – 100

 Corpulence index – Actual weight / desirable weight should be

<2

Quetlet index – Weight ( kg ) /Height square ( metre)

 Skin fold thickness – Most accesible method for Subcutaenous fat

 Ponderal index – Index for BMI

 De Meester criteria – GERD

 Enneking staging – Bone tumours

 Evan’s staging – Neuroblastoma

 Forrest classification – Peptic ulcer bleed/upper GI bleed

 Framingham /Boston criteria – Congestive heart failure

 French American British ( FAB ) – Leukemia

 FISCH classification – Glomus tumor

 Gold classification – COPD

 Gartland classification – Supracondylar fracture of humerus

Glassgow blatch ford score – Medical intervention of UGI bleed

 Hess & Hunt scale – SAH Hall’s criteria – Down syndrome

 Harvard criteria – Brainstem death

 Jones criteria – Rheumatic fever

 Killip classification – Acute MI & heart failure

Leefort – Maxillary fracture

 Lights criteria – Pleural effusion

 Lauren’s classification – Gastric carcinoma

Milans criteria – Liver transplant in HCC

 Mallampatti grading – Grading for Intubation

Alvardoscore/Mantrell – Appendicitis

 Mayers & cotton grading – Subglottic stenosis

Mansons clsssification – Fracture of Radial head

 Mc donald criteria – Multiple sclerosis

 POUND/ MIDAS criteria – MIGRAINE

 Morry/Peterson criteria – Acute ostemyeletis

 Neer classification – Supracondylar fracture of femur

Nazers index – Wilson disease

 NADAs criteria – ASD