Best Books for NEET SS Neurosurgery Examinations 2019-2020 preparation.
NEET MCH Neurosurgery
Neurosurgery is a much specialised branch. Most surgeons won’t take it as a priority. Challenging surgeons and mostly MS Surgeons willing to take risks opt for such branches. NEET SS Exams are online Exams now. They are all conducted on the basis of Latest NEET Syllabus.
Most of the Surgeons would prefer other branches. But Mch Neurosurgery still happens to be a career aim for many doctors. Mch Neurosurgery is done in selected and fewer centers as compared to other branches. But the Number of sears in Mch Neurosurgery is increasing every year but so is the competition.
Despite the competition, many students get Mch.
What is the study?
What is their planning?
What helps them?
Mostly Standard texts are needed for reference topics only. But Surgeons don’t have much time
Books for Neurosurgery are:-
- Youmans and Winn Neurological surgery.
Neurosurgery Fundamentals by Agarwal.
Textbook of Focused Neurosurgery by Richard.
Rhotons Cranial Anatomy and Surgical Approaches.
Adams and Victors Principles of Neurology.
De Jong Neurological Examination.
These books provide the Best Content for Preparing NEET Mch Exams. The only limitation is the deficiency of time.
They provide real insight and depth into preparing for exams.
Each book has its unique features and no one book can be taken as sufficient.
Some present Neurosurgical cases, others Neuroanatomy, other Neurosurgical Approaches, Some Neurosurgical Rarities, and some treatment Modalities as Specialization.
Questions are based on :
Blood brain Barrier
Brain Herniation Syndromes
Choroid Plexus Papillomas
Circle of Willis
Common carotid artery.
Cranial Cystic Lesions
External carotid artery.
External carotid artery
Internal carotid artery.
Internal jugular vein
Loss of taste in the Posterior 1/3 of the tongue
Medial Medullary Syndrome
Middle cerebral artery.
Organ of Corti
Paralysis of the muscles of facial expression.
Sturge Weber Syndrome
Vestibule Cochlear Complex
Wallenberg Syndrome involves