NEET PG 2023: High-Yield Topics For Radiology

High-yield topics for radiology

When it comes to NEET PG preparations, all 19 subjects are equally important. As per the latest exam pattern, there is negative marking for every incorrect question. 

So, to improve your chances of scoring better and bagging a good rank, you must cover all subjects thoroughly. But then, the extensiveness of the syllabus and the shortage of time make this an arduous task. 

But don’t worry. PrepLadder has the perfect solution!

As you get closer to the exam date, make the most of your available time by studying the high-yield topics for all the subjects. Today, we will be discussing all the high-yield topics for Radiology. 

Stay tuned to our blog and YouTube channel to get the most updated list of important must-read topics on every subject.

Moving forward, keep the PrepLadder app handy to stay on top of your NEET PG 2023 preparations. 

Let’s dive in!

High-Yield Topics for Radiology 

Radiology is a part of General Surgery, and according to the latest exam pattern, 45 questions will be asked from Radiology, Orthopedics, and Anesthesia together. You can expect around 7-8 questions from Radiology along with several integrated questions from different subjects.  

PrepLadder, with the help of our expert Radiology faculty, Dr. Zainab Vora, has identified all the high-yield topics for Radiology that you must read. Let’s take a look.  

You can also watch this video by Dr. Zainab Vora to learn about these important topics.

Emergencies 

  • Stroke
  • Pneumothorax / Pleural effusion 
  • Pulmonary embolism 
  • Aortic emergencies
  • Acute abdomen approach 
  • Pediatric GI emergencies
  • Perforation
  • Intestinal obstruction

Trauma

  • Head
  • GU/Urethra
  • Abdomen 
  • eFAST

Identification of Modalities

  • Contrast studies 
  • CT VS MRI
  • MRI Sequences

Named X-Ray Views-PNS 

  • Caldwell vs. Waters/Modified Waters/ Piere’s View

PNS Anatomy, Pathologies 

  • ENT Radiology with respect to PNS
  • CT PNS Anatomy 
  • Angiofibroma, Inverted Papilloma, Invasive sinusitis 

Renal Masses 

  • Identifying cyst on CT Scan 
  • Bosniak classification of cyst
  • RCC
  • Angiomiolipoma

Hepatobiliary System 

  • Approach to obstructive jaundice 
  • Bile leaks 
  • Choledochal cyst 
  • PSC

DSA Images-Brain 

  • AVM
  • Moya Moya
  • Aneurysm 
  • CBT

Skull & Spine Radiographs 

  • A pattern approach to skull radiograph 
  • Ankylosing spondylitis

Barium Images 

  • Pattern-based approach to barium images 
  • Barium swallow – colagia, carcinoma esophagus
  • TB vs. Crohn’s disease
  • Ulcerative colitis
  • Diverticulosis

Metabolic Bone Diseases 

  • Rickets 
  • Scurvy 
  • Osteoporosis 
  • Hyperparathyroidism 

OBS USG – Anomalies, Early Pregnancy

  • Anencephaly 
  • Omphalocele 
  • Gastroschisis
  • Congenital diaphragmatic hernia
  • Early pregnancy ultrasound

Gyne- Ovarian Lesions

  • PCOS
  • OHSS
  • Theca lutein cyst
  • Benign vs malignant ovarian lesion

Radiological Anatomy 

  • Brain-Basal Ganglia
  • Thorax-major vessels
  • Abdomen-liver

Other Important Topics

  • Signs of IVP and HSG Images
  • IVP, HSG Images -Pattern
  • Bone Tumors 
  • Chest Infections
  • Congenital Heart Diseases 
  • Thumb Rules – IOC / Initial / Gold Standard

Also read: High-yield topics for Pharmacology

We hope you found this blog useful for your NEET PG Preparation.

Happy Learning 

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Kashika Walia

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