NEET DM : TOPIC OF THE DAY – ONCOLOGY

NEET DM - TOPIC OF THE DAY - Oncology

NEET DM : TOPIC OF THE DAY – ONCOLOGY

Passing DM Medical oncology is tricky and MD Students preparing for DM oncology need to be fully aware what they should expect in NEET DM Exams.

NEET DM is an online Examination now conducted by NBE. It is a standard Examination. Broad questions are asked on the following:

  • Adverse effects of Anticancer Drugs
  • Cancer Cytogenetics
  • Cancer screening
  • Cancers of Head and Neck, Abdomen, Lungs, Thyroid, Pelvic Malignancies, Gynaecological Cancers
  • Chemotherapy aspects
  • Infections in Cancer Patients
  • Inherited Cancer Syndromes
  • Molecular biology of Cancer
  • Newer Anticancer drugs
  • Oncological emergencies
  • Predisposition to Cancers.
  • Radiotherapy Procedures
  • Risk Factors of Cancers (Specific)
  • Surgical Procedures

A Dm Aspirant has to be well prepared as the Competition is very tough and we need students to have prepared the very best. Our theme should be

NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE 

We, at Med Exams Prep offer an online Training Programme where students get a variety of Questions on Oncology with Precise explanations and additional mock tests simulating the exam. This would help the  students to be acquainted with the Examination and get an exact  clue of what to do. Your sustained efforts are a key to Success.

DO NOT ONLY WISH – HAVE THE WILL TO DO WHAT YOU WISH

It needs an effective strategy to get best results.  Good time management, standard texts and online courses in combination are very effective.

Here are a few sample questions:

SAMPLE QUESTION 1

1 )“Dermal Lymphatic Permeation” by tumor cells is a feature of ………….Type of breast cancer :

  1. Lobular carcinoma
  2. Ductal carcinoma
  3. Phyllodes tumor
  4. Inflammatory carcinoma

SAMPLE QUESTION 2

2) Vinorelbine is used as a:

  1. Mitotic inhibitor
  2. Topoisomerase inhibitor
  3. DNA repair inhibitor
  4. Antimetabolite

SAMPLE QUESTION 3

3 )Dimples sign is seen in

  1. Keratocanthoma
  2. Keloid scar
  3. Pyogenic granuloma
  4. Dermatofibroma

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