Neurosurgery is preferred by surgeons with Risk Taking Appetite. The Eligibility is MS Surgery in India and now lots of Mch Aspirants opt for such branches here. In view of growing competition in other branches some Surgeons want to have super specialization in this branch.
Mch Neurosurgery is a very exciting but demanding branch and Not all Hospitals and Medical Colleges have this super specialization but many new medical colleges are now coming up with Super specialization in this field. The examination pattern has hanged and a new pattern i.e. a change from written examination to CBT exam is there. The Online Exam is now conducted by NBE as an online MCQ Based exam.
There is always a question on the minds of students. What to study, what to focus more on. Our Experts provide you specific areas of interest what to stress more on.
High Yield Topics in NEET MCH Neurosurgery Surgical and Vascular Anatomy asked on :
- Anterior-cerebral artery
- Basilar artery
- Posterior-cerebellar artery
- Posterior-communicating artery
- Anterior cerebral artery
- Middle cerebral artery
- Posterior cerebral artery
High Yield Topics in NEET MCH Neurosurgery especially on nerves asked on
- Recurrent laryngeal nerve
- Mandibular nerve
- Facial nerve
- Maxillary Nerve
- Lingual nerve
- Glossopharyngeal nerve
- Chorda tympani nerve
- Optic nerve
- Trigeminal nerve
- Trochlear nerve
- Abducent nerve
High Yield Topics in NEET MCH Neurosurgery based on embryology and embryological defects based on
High Yield Topics in NEET MCH Neurosurgery based on disruption of physiology based on
- Pyramidal tracts
- Lateral corticospinal tract
- Anterior vestibulospinal tract
- Lateral vestibulospinal tract
- Tectospinal tract
- Rubrospinal tract
- Olivospinal tract
- Tactile sensation
- Tactile localization
- Tactile discrimination
- “Vibratory” sensation
- “Conscious kinesthetic sensation”
High Yield Topics in NEET MCH Neurosurgery based on knowing basics like terms, Anatomy, Relations and applied surgical importance on topics like :
- 4th ventricle.
- Corpus callosum
- Lamina terminalis
- Mammillary bodies.
- Optic chiasma
- Superior andinferior collicula
- The cerebral aqueduct
- The medulla, pons and cerebellum
- The posterior commisure
- Tuber cinereum
Example of Question asked on Derivatives of the Neural Crest Cells in NEET Mch Neurosurgery.
- Adrenal medulla
- Arachnoid and piamater
- Glial cells
- Parasympathetic ganglia of the GIT
- Posterior root ganglia
- Schwann cells
- Sensory ganglia of the cranial nerves
- Sympathetic chain and preaortic ganglia
Important Disease Conditions asked in Mch Neurosurgery.
- Cerebral laceration
- Cortical contusion
- CT with contrast
- CT without contrast
- Diffuse axonal injuries
- Eosinophilic granuloma
- Metastatic Brain Tumor.
- MR with contrast
- MR without contrast
- Multiple infarcts
- Neurofibromatosis 1
- Osler-Weber-Rendu disease
- Radionuclide imaging
- Spina bifida
- Sturge-Weber syndrome
- Tuberous sclerosis
Example of Questions and Concept based on Anatomy of Branches of the Anterior Cerebral Artery. A Mch Aspirant Should have proper Knowledge of facts such as:
- Cortical branches.
- Central branches : penetrate to supply the ant. part of the corpus striatum and part of the anterior limb of the internal capsule.
- Branches to the septal region including septum lucidum.
- Branches to all parts of the corpus callosum except the splenium (which is supplied by the posterior cerebral artery)
Clinical Importance of the (Anterior Cerebral Artery)
It supplies 3 important regions on the medial surface:
- The motor and sensory areas of the “lower limb” (in the paracentral lobule).
- The septal region (where a small lesion may result in prolonged unconsciousness).
- The corpus callosum: apraxia may result from a lesion to the corpus callosum
We Recommend students to go through Mcqs and practice well. Text Books are important for all High Yield topics. Online Tests are very helpful. Standard online exams are very helpful.
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