Doubtful questions of NEET PG Improving confidence for NEET PG

Doubtful questions of NEET PG

Improving confidence for NEET PG

 Neet pg is sometimes about confusion, overlap. Choices seem to be too close. Now NEET Pg Examinations are conducted by NBE.  There are certain questions which need attention. Students have had confusion about the answer to certain Questions. We have identified a few questions which have been asked. NEET PG students are concerned about each and every mark.

Our Experts and feedback from Toppers suggest the likely explanation to these doubts.

 It is an important part of the student’s preparation to have all doubts cleared. One should enter the exams with full confidence. Our aim lies in the fact that we have to improve the confidence of our students. Our efforts are directed in that direction. 

Below are provided some doubtful topics. Our experts provide the reasoning and rationale behind the doubts.

Doubtful Question 1

Injury to sectoral ducts with consequent obstruction in Bismuth-Strasberg classification is Not classified as Class C but Class B Injury

Remember Bismuth-Strasberg classification of biliary injury and stricture

  • Class A Injury to small ducts in continuity with the biliary system, cystic duct leak
  • Class B Injury to sectoral ducts with consequent obstruction
  • Class C Injury to the sectoral duct with consequent bile leak
  • Class D Lateral injury to extrahepatic ducts

Doubtful Question 2

Does Acoustic neuroma arise from Inferior vestibular nerve / superior vestibular nerve most often.

Acoustic neuroma is also known as Eighth nerve tumor. It arises from the superior vestibular nerve most often. Acoustic neuroma constitutes 80% of all cerebellopontine angle tumors and about 10% of all the brain tumors.

Doubtful Question 3

Most common site of Midgut Carcinoid is  Duodenum /Ileum

  • Foregut carcinoid (Most common site bronchus)
  • Midgut carcinoid (Most common site ileum)
  • Hindgut carcinoid (Most common site rectum)

Doubtful Question 4

The Most common site of perforation  of Esophagus is the Right or left poster lateral aspect 3-5 cm above the gastroesophageal junction

Most common site of perforation is the left posterolateral aspect 3-5 cm above the gastroesophageal junction followed by midthoracic oesophagus on the right side.

We hope that you got the Concept right about these Questions and there is no need for any confusion. The explanations are from Standard Textbooks and we hope that it helps Neet pg Students to answer their questions which are mostly from Surgery. Surgery is an important subject for NEET PG, especially for PG 2019 Exams. More extensive information is from www.medexamsprep.com

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