Medical PG: Preparation Guide For Medicine

Medical PG- Preparation Guide For MCQs

“I wish I had known this before!” We don’t want you to feel bound to say this or anything that reflects regret at any stage of your Medical PG preparation. Along with the zeal to touch the sky, you need functional wings to make it happen for you. We aim at providing you with a reliable preparation guide, which will enable you to take the first step for your dream MD/MS flight!

We understand how many doctors find the Medicine syllabus overwhelming. Therefore, we decided to help you conquer that mountain first.

The Journey Of Turning Medicine Into A Strength Begins Here!

Even if you succeed in reading everything on your enormous Medicine checklist, it is impossible to retain every lesson and topic. Moreover, in an attempt to read and revise the entire thing, you may end up missing out on the most crucial topics. 

The first step is to set an achievable target for all 19 subjects to ensure that you have a definite path to walk on throughout your preparation. 

We will save you the time to make a list of important topics because we have taken care of that!

Important Medicine Topics For Medical PG Preparation

Unit Name

Topics

 

 

Endocrinology

Hypothyroidism and Hyperthyroidism

Cushing Disease

Diabetes Mellitus

Diabetes Insipidus

Addison’s Disease

Pheochromocytoma

MEN Syndrome

 

 

Respiratory System

Spirometry

COPD

Pneumothorax

Asthma

Pneumonia

ARDS

Pulmonary Embolism

Pulmonary Hypertension

Lung Cancer

 

 

 

 

 

Neurology

STROKE

SAH

Spinal Cord Lesions

Facial Nerve Palsy

Movement Disorders (Parkinson)

Brain Tumor

Epilepsy

Headache

Amnesia

Muscular Dystrophy

GBS

 

 

 

Cardiology

Valvular Lesions (MS, MR, AS, AR)

RHD

Cardiomyopathy (Hypertrophy)

Cardiac Tamponade and Constrictive Pericarditis

MI

Angina

Infective Endocarditis

Heart Failure

Arrhythmia

Systemic Hypertension

ECG

 

Liver and GIT

Hepatitis

Subacute Bacterial Peritonitis

Cirrhosis

Portal HTN

GERD

Hepatocellular Ca

Peptic Ulcer

Pancreatitis

Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis

Malabsorption Syndrome

Kidney

AKI

CKD

Nephritic Syndrome

Nephrotic Syndrome

Renal Transplant

Dialysis

 

 

Connective Tissue Disorder

Osteoarthritis

RA

Psoriasis

Reiter ds

Ankylosing Spondylitis

SLE

Amyloidosis

Vasculitis

Sjogren Syndrome

Systemic Sclerosis

Gout and Pseudo Gout

Marfan’s Syndrome

Medicine Books For Medical PG Preparation

BookAuthor
Complete Review of Medicine for NBEDr. Deepak Marwah
Self Assessment & Review Medicine (Part A & B)Dr. Mudit Khanna

Learn From The Best

A mentor helps you eliminate the roadblocks and see your destination clearly. And the best mentor brings out the best in you, helping you discover the strengths that you didn’t even know existed.

Doctors across the country trust ‘Complete Review of Medicine for NBE’ by Dr. Deepak Marwah without even a trace of doubt. And do you know what’s better than reading the book authored by one of the most brilliant medical practitioners in the country? Learning from Dr. Deepak Marwah himself!

We take pride in having him as an essential part of the Dream Team. 

Understanding Your Bond With Medicine And Strengthen It

It’s important that you begin analyzing your subject-wise performance very early in your preparation. If the evaluation leads you to the conclusion that Medicine is one of your weak areas, you can reorient your preparation plan accordingly. The extent of your Medicine knowledge will play a pivotal role in determining how well you score in the medical PG entrance exams. As per our post-examination analysis, Medicine was one of the three subjects with maximum weightage in INI-CET 2021 and NEET-PG 2021.

To learn more about the INI-CET 2021 post-examination analysis, click here.

To learn more about the NEET-PG 2021 post-examination analysis, click here.

Multiple-Choice Questions and Revision

As we commence talking about MCQs and revision, here’s a question for you:

Q) In comparison to a normal healthy person, in the evening time, which of these will have an elevated ACTH as well as elevated Cortisol?

  1. Normal healthy person in the morning
  2. Addison’s disease
  3. Cushing’s disease
  4. After exercise

(Source of question: PrepLadder Qbank -In the section previous years’ questions

Answer at the end of the blog)

There is absolutely no alternative to constant practice while preparing for Medical PG entrance exams. You have to gradually nail the art of efficiently implementing the knowledge gained in the last few years while attempting MCQs.

Participating in PrepLadder’s MCQ Marathon can definitely take your Medicine preparation to the next level. To know more about it, click here

An ideal revision plan promises conciseness and does not miss anything while ensuring that.

You should not undermine the significance of an effective revision plan in the last phase of your preparation for not just Medicine but all 19 subjects. Therefore, make a revision plan that will help you revise every Medicine topic like a pro. 

The mantra is simple- Plan, Study, Practice, Evaluate, and Revise. But we know that the execution is challenging. And that’s why we are here to help you at every step of it!

Answer to the question- Cushing’s Disease.

Ridhima Arora

Ridhima is a Content Writer at PrepLadder. She aims at making a significant difference in the academic journeys of Medical PG, NEET SS, and CAT aspirants through her content.