NEET PG or NEXT Clinical Questions 2020
NEET PG 2020 Clinical Questions
New Exam Pattern will be having some important advancement. The number of Clinical and Case Based Questions will surely be more.
What is important for a MBBS Graduate or an IMG (Indian Medical Graduate to understand is that Concept should be clear.
Clinical or Case Based Questions form an important part of Foreign Exams like MRCP and Usmle but the NEXT or Late NEET PG Exams conducted had a large amount of such type questions.
Earlier Questions used to be one liners or memory based only. Less scope was given to Concept.
Our Experts and Specialists suggest that we should encourage students to Practice more such Questions from all Clinical subjects.
Even Questions from Pre clinical and Para clinical questions are now devised in the form of case based questions.
Examples of Case Based Questions are:
Clinical Questions from Psychiatry
A 34 year old Female works in a Computer Lab. She divorced her husband. Two months later she lost interest in her hobbies and was convinced that she would not be able to work again. She thought life was not worth living and has consumed 100 tablets of Phenobarbitone to end her life. She is most likely suffering from:
1. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
2. Depressive disorder
3. Conversion disorder
4. Adjustment disorder
A 35 year old man presents to casualty with history of regular and heavy use of alcohol for last 20 years and morning drinking for three years. The last alcohol intake was three days back. There is no history of head injury or seizures. On examination, there is no icterus, sign of hepatic encephalopathy or focal neurological sign. The patient had coarse tremors, visual hallucinations and had disorientation to time. Which of the following is the best medicine to be prescribed for such a patient?
3. Vitamin B1
Clinical Questions from Pediatrics
A very low birth weight preterm baby is on ventilator for respiratory distress. The Baby presents with clinical features of necrotizing enterocolitis with perforation. What is the appropriate management?
1. Peritoneal drainage
2. Immediate laparotomy
3. Extra corporeal membrane oxygenation with surgery after stabilization
4. Conservative management
A 5 year old child presents with massive liver enlargement and hypoglycemia. There is no improvement in blood glucose on administration of Glucagon. The probable diagnosis is:
1. Von Gierke disease
2. McArdle disease
4. Lactose intolerance
A four months old child presents in OPD with cough, mild stridor and is started on oral antibiotics. The child showed initial improvement but later developed wheeze, productive cough, and mild fever. X–ray shows hyperlucency and PFT shows an obstructive curve. The most probable diagnosis is:
A. Bronchiolitis obliterans
B. Post viral syndrome
D. Follicular bronchitis
Clinical Question from Pathology
A 46 year old male who was a smoker had severe chest pain and was admitted to the hospital with a diagnosis of acute Myocardial Infarction. Four days later he died and autopsy showed Transmural coagulative necrosis. Which of the following microscopic features will be seen on further examination:
A. Fibroblasts and collagen
B. Granulation tissue
C. Neutrophilic infiltration surrounding coagulative necrosis
D. Granulomatous inflammation
These are examples of few Clinical Based Questions which Test a Student’s ability to understand a particular condition. Such questions cannot be answered without a proper Concept of Subject/ Subjects involved.
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