What to study for DM Medicine 2019

What to study for DM Medicine 2019

 

NEET DM Medicine exams are conducted online by NBE. Medicine is broad speciality . Neet Dm exams have a standard of their own. Many students apply for DM exams after passing their MD Medicine. MD is a prerequisite for DM medicine. The competition is tough. Many students nowadays prefer DM tag to their MBBS, MD Tag.

 

What to study, How to study and from what to study.

Students are confused with these questions. Ideally DM prepration needs a lot of effort.   A NEET student preparing for DM Medicine can be asked   Questions from any topic like Hepatology ,Immunology, Genetics,  Cardiology, Gastroenterology, Endocrinology, Emergency medicine , Neurology, Haematology, Pulmonology , Connective Tissue Disorders. Questions are varied and random and are asked in a specific proportion. Basic Knowledge is important. One cannot expect to read a Mcq book and qualify exams. It is not that simple.

 

Students should aim to Practice as many questions as possible. That is very important. The more you practice the better would be your results.

What I needed is to have a good question bank, good text, good explanatory material with latest questions in line with the Latest Pattern.

Usually Questions asked are standard. The questions asked are  usually clinical questions, questions Based on Lab values, recent and updated  new Important Topics, Important Syndromes, bacteriological diseases, viral diseases,  Basic Concepts in medicine, Disease Catageories, Underlying Genetic Mechanisms, Causative factors, incubation periods, treatment regimes, new drugs, treatment protocols, side effects of drugs.

Examples:

Question in Gastroenterology

 Q1  A 35  year old has been diagnosed with Carcinoid Syndrome. He has got Recurrent diahorreas for last month. The Best Effective Treatment is by

 

  1. Proton Pump Inhibitor

  2. Long acting somatostatin analog

  3. Misoprostol

  4. Pottasium Channel Inhibitors

 

      Question in Hepatology

 Q1 Infantile hemangioendothelioma compromise……………% of Paediatric liver tumors

  1. 5%

  2. 1-5%

  3. 10-15%

  4. 25-45%

 

 Question in Clinical Pharmacology

Q1   Nevirapin is a:   

  1. Protease inhibitor

  2. Nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor

  3. Non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor

  4. Fusion inhibitor

 

Question in  Pediatrics

  

Q1 A Child  with Hirschsprungs Disease has severe bilateral deafness and   albinism . Echocardiography reveals  a VSD . Physical Examination reveals a Pansystolic Murmur. Most likely the Child is having

  1. Waardenburg Syndrome

  2. Potters Syndrome

  3. Aperts Syndrome

  4. Alports Syndrome

 

Question in  Oncology

 Q1 Dimples sign is seen in

 

  1. Keratocanthoma

  2. Keloid scar

  3. Pyogenic granuloma

  4. Dermatofibroma

 

 This is just an insight into the main points and what type of questions you  can expect. These are just simple Examples.

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