NEET DM Haematology Tips
DM Haematology is an exciting branch. Many Md Students appear for this speciality, especially in India. There are a lesser number of Seats in Haematology Super speciality as compared to other branches like DM Gastro, DM Cardiology and DM Endocrinology.
But despite that lots of students have a craving for this Speciality. It is not that easy to qualify DM Exams and that holds true for Haematology as well. It needs an effort to Qualify and be a specialist in Haematology.
NEET SS Exams are conducted for haematology as well among other NEET DM Specialities. They are conducted in the same manner (CBT) Computer Based Test. An aspirant should be well aware of topics to be read and all preparation that goes on for qualifying the exams.
A medical student’s main concern is what to study, how to study and what to study. Haematology is not tough to qualify as a super speciality. Most MD Aspirants think so. A proper planning strategy and good guidance with minimal effort can take you through.
Basic Concepts are very essential. No one can miss the basics. A small number of questions are asked on Basic concepts of haematology like RBCs, WBCs, Platelets, Anaemia, Thrombocytopenia’s, Neutropenias.
Then come to the MD level Questions asking about Disease conditions like Classification of Anemias, Leukemias, Lymphomas, Subtypes Of Leukaemia’s, Lymphomas, HL, NHL, Mantle cell, Burkitt Lymphomas
Expect a lot of questions on Molecular aspects, Genetic aspects, Translocations wherever applicable. The latest trends, new drugs used in the treatment of different Conditions are asked.
Lately, Questions have been asked from Topics like
|Absent platelets||Increased PCV|
|Acquired aplastic anemia||Increased reticulocyte count|
|Acute meningococcemia||Increased serum iron|
|Acute post-streptococcal glomerulonephritis||Iron Chelation|
|Allogeneic bone marrow transplantation||Mantle Cell Lymphoma|
|Antiphospholipid syndrome||Nestroft test|
|B cell||The peripheral smear reveals microcytes|
|Decreased Factor IX||Pre B cell|
|Decreased Factor VIII level||Pre T cell|
|Disseminated gonococcal infection||Presence of Antibody to factor VIII.|
|Factor X A inhibitor||SABE|
|GP IIb, IIIa inhibitor||Shortened APTT|
|Hairy Cell Leukemia||Small-vessel vasculitis|
|Hairy cell leukemia||Splenectomy|
|HAM test||Systemic lupus nephritis|
|Hb electrophoresis||T cells|
|HbA 1C estimation||Target cells in peripheral smear|
|Hypersegmented PMNs,||Venous thrombosis|
|Increased ferritin||Vitamin B12 estimation|
|Increased hemoglobin||Von Willebrand Disease|
|Increased MCV||Wiskott Aldrich Syndrome|
Our Experts suggest to go beyond these Topics and have standard textbooks by side to take reference from id not to study al topics from these time-consuming texts.
We suggest you take online Courses equipped with the latest knowledge and most updated knowledge. The eventual aim of a student is to Qualify with the Best Possible Merit.
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