Neet SS Oncology Preparation Tips 2020-2021
Preparing for any super speciality exam is not easy. Every super speciality needs great effort and dedication for getting through. A time friendly approach is very essential for better results. Good books are important for qualifying with good merit.
With the recent changes in the conduct of examinations as now, the examinations are conducted as CBT based, there is a need for online studies and preparation. This change prompts a student to study and take up more courses online.
Oncology, be it Surgical oncology or Medical Oncology has a great overlap. Some questions may be common to both. Experts have come across similar questions asked in oncology.
Current questions and trends are related to
New Treatment protocols, New genetic features, Translocations,
Genetic defects, Latest updates in Pathology of tumors
More Questions in Medical Oncology are based on :
- General Oncology
- Tumor Suppressor genes
- Tumour Markers
- Drugs used
- Pharmacology of Drugs
- Side effects of Chemotherapy
More Questions in Surgical Oncology are based on:
- Surgical Anatomy of Breast, Thyroid, Head and Neck tumor.
- Breast cancer
- Thyroid cancer
- Abdominal and Pelvic Malignancies
- Surgical Approaches
- Familial Cancer Syndromes
Some Sample Type Questions are:-
“Arbiskov” cells are seen in
Cytokeratin is a tumor marker for
The Phenomenon of Tumorogenesis in aging is due to :
- Telomerase reactivation
- Telomerase inactivation
- Increased apoptosis
- Suppression of proto-oncogenes
All of the following are examples of a round cell tumor, except
- Ewing’s sarcoma
- Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma
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