Top Burning and Hot Topics for NEET PG 2019 in Pathology

Top Burning and Hot Topics for NEET PG 2019 in Pathology

Studying Pathology for NEET Exams

Topics keep on changing. Questions are added from new topics. So never be Static. Be dynamic and well versed with changes around. Especially in Subjects like Medicine, Pathology.

Our experts see the latest innovations in Histopathology, Tumour Markers, Translocations, New genetic mutations. Students should know all developments as they are Examiners Favourites. We suggest you: Never Overestimate Yourself. Pathology and Medicine are Ever-changing.

The topics are NEET Favourites as well High yield topics for NEET Pathology for 2019 exams. Robbins is the most Standard Textbook for Preparation. NEET PG students should be aware of most frequently asked topics in Pathology. Our Experts suggest below 10 as the hot topics for NEET exams 

1. Tuberous sclerosis

2. Thyroiditis

3. Target cells

4. Syphilis (Gumma)

5. Seminomatous germ cell tumors

6. Schwannomas

7. Reversible cell injury

8. Prolactinoma

9. Pigmented villonodular synovitis

10. Peripheral nerve sheath tumor

Our Impression is that the below 10 topics have been Examiners Favourites and we can expect questions for New Exams from these Topics.

11. Osteoclatoma or Giant tumor of bone

12. Oligodendroglioma

13. Nottingham histological score (Scarff-Bloom-Richardson grade)

14. Nodular Glomerulosclerosis

15. Neurofibromatosis type 2

16. Neurofibromatosis type 1

17. Mitochondrial inheritance

18. Meningioma

19. Lymphogranuloma inguinal

20. Lewy Body Disorders

A student gets nervous with Much preparation, Hard work, so many Subjects, Pressure of Internship and House job. Don’t you think below topics are very important. Just go through them seriously.

21. Leukoplakia

22. Leukemoid reaction

23. Leprosy

24. Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)

25. Immunophenotyping

26. Howell-Jolly bodies (nuclear remnants)

27. Heinz bodies (denatured hemoglobin)

28. Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis

29. Growth hormone adenoma

30. Giant cell reparative granuloma

31.  Ewing’s sarcoma and primitive neuroectodermal tumor (PNET)

32. Coal worker’s pneumoconiosis

33. Classification of cytokines

34. Chondroblastoma

35. Charcot-Bouchard aneurysms

Experts are well versed with the new trends. We should make it a point to have the best preparation and strategy. But it is important to be highly educated about the latest information. Get yourself well versed with the latest trends. Never take Pathology lightly. For details visit www.medexamsprep.com

 

 

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