Examiners have some topics which they are fond of asking. NEET PG is an exam which underwent a lot of change. Still we found that small percentage of Questions or topics are repeated. They may be asked every year, alternatively and student can never afford to miss these topics.
As a student yourself NEET PG aspirants are well aware that you cannot go and take exams without having gone through these topics. You know what your teacher’s Favourites are. You also know what are the important topics. What matters is the depth with which you have studied those topics.
But for Good students who want to rank higher it is important to go through almost all the Syallabus and not focus on Hot or repeating Topics only. Trends change with time. Standard of Exams also changes.
NEET PG is turning competitive with each passing year. Every subject and every mark matters.
Examples of Hot Topics are
Hot Topic 1
Plummer Vinson Syndrome Sideropenic Dysphagia Brown Kelly Paterson syndrome
- Characterized by dysphagia associated with:
- Atrophic oral mucosa
- Iron deficiency anemia
- Spoon shaped fingers (koilonychia)
Hot Topic 2
Causes of Inaccurate readings in pulse oxymeter :
- Hemoglobin s
- Malpositioning of sensor
- Poor peripheral pulsation
- Skin pigmentation
Hot Topic 3
Structures passing through Hypoglossal Canal
- Hypoglossal nerve
- Meningeal br. of Hypoglossal nerve
- Meningeal br. of Ascending Pharyngeal artery
- Emissary vein (sigmoid sinus to internal jugular vein)
Hot Topic 4
Causes of Hematemesis
- Peptic ulcer
- Duodenal ulcer (MC cause)
- Gastric ulcer
- Esophageal varices
- Mallory weiss tear
Hot Topic 5
- Is found in patients with acute cholecystitis.
- The anterior abdominal wall is pressed by the examiner’s digital pressure.
- The liver and gallbladder move inferiorly as the diaphragm contracts on deep inspiration.
- The inferior movement of the diaphragm causes the inflamed gallbladder to become compressed against the inverted wall.
- The patient will experience pain and stop inspiration.
Hot Topic 6
Littles Area is formed by :
- Anterior ethmoidal a.
- Sphenopalatine a.
- Greater palatine a.
- Superior labial a.
Hot Topic 7
Midline Neck Swellings are :
- Thyroglossal cyst
- Lymph node in Space of Burns
- Retrosternal goitre
- Thymic swelling
Hot Topic 8
Structures passing Superficial to Flexor Retinaculam
- Palmar cutaneous branch of median nerve
- Palmar cutaneous branch of ulnar nerve
- Ulnar nerve
- Ulnar artery
- Flexor carpi ulnaris tendon
- Palmaris longus tendon
Hot Topic 9
Acute Intermittent prophyria
- Deficiency of uroporphyrinogen I synthase
- Porphobilinogen accumulates in urine.
- Urine darkens on exposure to light
- Patient Not generally photosensitive
- Abdominal pain + , Neuropsychiatric symptoms present
Hot Topic 10
- Black ochronotic pigmentation
- Ear & nose cartilage
- Ochronic arthritis:
- Black pigment deposition at intervertebral disks of vertebra
- Renal stones
- Prostatic calculi
Taking an Example
- Hydatid cyst
- Glioblastoma multiforme
- Tuberculoma of the brain
- Creutzfeldt-Jacob disease
- Metastatic brain tumor
These are different diseases which can affect brain. The Main Thing for student is to know the Basics of all these terms / diseases. Then comes the point of differentiating each class. As a NEET PG aspirant you have to know:
- What is common / uncommon.
- What is the microbiology
- What is the Mechanism of Pathogenecity
- What are the Presenting features of diseases
- What is the Radiological Featue
- What is the Treatment
What our Experts here have tried to demonstrate is a Topic and Most likely Important Points to be asked. Good students won’t stop here but go ahead with In-depth of these topics. That is the Key. WE can give an idea. Rest of the hard Work is students Responsibility.
There is nothing For granted. Examiners can change. Every examiner has his/ her own perspective. Sometimes Questions can be based on Concept, Sometimes just ordinary questions. Sometimes a mix of both. The best way is to be prepared with full preparation and leave nothing to chance. For Latest and best suggestions visit www.medexamsprep.com