5 mn read There are about 3000 young minds entering surgery residency in India this year. Most of them have waited for months and years to be a surgeon. During their internship as they assisted their PGs in a hernia and while suturing broken foreheads – all they wanted to be was “a surgeon”. It indeed is a […]Continue reading "How to be an amazing first year PG in surgery? – Part I (The Compassionate Resident)"
5 mn read By this recent trend of superspeciality seats going empty shows that there is something going really wrong with the medical higher education policy. Amongst the surgical branches, the ones which are majorly impacted are CTVS surgery on the top, followed by paediatric surgery and plastic surgery. Amongst the medical branches, cardiology on the top, followed […]Continue reading "Why Indian Medical and Surgical Super specialty Seats are going empty?"
3 mn read Got a whatsapp forward today, not sure who is the author of this forward, but it did resonate with my thoughts. A common proposition which is driving unreasonable service bonds in India is that medical seats cost runs in lakhs. But all these cost estimates do not take into account the real purpose of a […]Continue reading "How much does it cost to educate a medical student?"
2 mn read Top Surgical Oncology Hospitals in India based on the choices made by candidates in the NEET Superspeciality counselling 2019 S No Hospital Top Rank Last Rank No Of Seats Degree 1 Tata Memorial Center, Mumbai 2 40 24 M.CH. Surgical Oncology 2 Kilpauk Medical College, Chennai 1 87 4 M.CH. Surgical Oncology 3 B.J Medical […]Continue reading "Top Surgical Oncology Hospitals in India based on the choices made by candidates in the NEET Superspeciality counselling 2019"
3 mn read Introducing NEET SS Surgery MCQs in cram sheet format to get the most out of your limited time online. Will be adding more MCQs patterned for MRCS Part A and NEET SS Surgery exams. 1. In blast injury, which of the following organ is least vulnerable to blast wave? a) GITb) Lungsc) Ear […]Continue reading "NEET SS Surgery MCQs Cram Sheet for MRCS, NEET SS Surgery"
3 mn read Liver and Biliary System MCQs Introducing surgery MCQs in cram sheet format to get the most out of your limited time online. Will be adding more MCQs patterned for NEET SS, DNB CET SS and MRCS Part A exams. S.NO Question Answer and Explanation 1. Liver abscess ruptures most commonly ina. Pleural cavity […]Continue reading "Liver and Biliary System MCQs: Surgery MCQs With Answers"
< 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"
< 1 mn read Information regarding Neet SS has been updated on prometric website. Here is the landing page, but it asks for a login. Posting a screenshot below too for you to read: https://www.prometric.com/en-us/clients/NBE-India/Pages/landing Registration/ Scheduling for NEET SS: 10th April to 10th May 2017 Test dates: 10th June and 11th June NEET SS Exam Fees: Rs 3750Continue reading "NEET SS Exam Notification Update by Prometric"