2 mn read Question: What is the Value of MRCS in India? Sir, Do u think there is any value of doing MRCS in India??? If one doesn’t want to go to UK ??? I don’t think I want to settle in UK. Should I still write MRCS ??? For practical purposes, the direct value of getting an […]Continue reading "Value of MRCS in India"
3 mn read Following are eligibility requirements for appearing for FRCS General Surgery: Now it is not compulsory to crack MRCS for JSCFE FRCS (International). You can appear in FRCS General Surgery even if you don’t have cleared MRCS. There are two versions of FRCS, one for domestic and other for International candidates. JCIE FRCS (Joint Committee […]Continue reading "Eligibility requirements for FRCS General Surgery"
3 mn read Pattern of Surgical NEET SS Exam You can choose a maximum of two super speciality courses for which your broad specialty qualification is eligible. 40% of the questions shall be from General Surgery and the remaining 60% shall be from the super specialty course selected. Facebook Group for Surgery NEET SS Aspirants Following is the link for […]Continue reading "Surgical NEET SS Exam Preparation and Books (NEET SS 2020)"
3 mn read Continuing with my previous post (BEST SPECIALTIES AFTER MS/ DNB GENERAL SURGERY ? (PROS AND CONS) – PART 1), here is the part 2 review of various pathways for specializing after completing MS General Surgery. In this post I will be reviewing following: Contents MCh/ DNB Plastic Surgery MCh/ DNB CTVS MCh/ DNB Minimally Invasive […]Continue reading "BEST SPECIALTIES AFTER GENERAL SURGERY ? (PROS AND CONS) – PART 2"
5 mn read Here is one of my recent presentation on Microsurgical anatomy of Medial Temporal Lobe, hope you find it informative. Synopsis Introduction Temporal Lobe is unique as neocortex, paleocortex and archicortex coexist This makes it preferred site for certain tumors and epilepsy Most common target for resections to treat convulsive disorders Histology Three-layered archicortex (allocortex) hippocampus […]Continue reading "Microsurgical Anatomy of Medial Temporal Lobe"
2 mn read Steps for Below Knee Amputation Surgery (Without Bone Bridge) Following are the gross steps for doing a below knee amputation surgery, for detailed steps please check out these links ( Link1 and Link2 ) . Marking the incision for flap using following parameters Anterior incision 10cm distal to tibial tubercle Anterior incision 2/3 total circumference Posterior incision […]Continue reading "Below Knee Amputation Video and Steps"
2 mn read Milestones in the history of intestinal anastomosis Intestinal anastomosis has been successfully performed for more than 150 years using a variety of techniques and suture materials. Major milestones in the development of this technique are: Lembert : Seromuscular suture technique for bowel anastomosis in 1826 Kocher : Utilised a two-layer anastomosis. First a continuous all-layer […]Continue reading "Principles of Bowel Anastomosis with Videos"
< 1 mn read 1. Most common neuroendocrine tumor seen in MEN-1 Nonfunctioning or that secrete pancreatic polypeptide (PPoma) 2. Xanthogranulomatous cholecystitis is caused by Inflammatory response to extravasated bile, possibly from ruptured Rokitansky-Aschoff sinuses 3. Most common organism responsible for Xanthgranulomatous pyelonephritis Proteus 4. Most common organism responsible for Emphysematous pyelonephritis E. coli 5. Most common organism responsible […]Continue reading "MRCS and Surgery NEET SS Random One Liner Questions : 1-10"