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Gynae/Obstr

MBBS Guide : Topics for Gyne/Obs Exam

Obstetrics Anatomy Placenta anatomy, functions, umbilical cord and abnormalities (Viva) Physiological changes in Pregnancy and normal puerperium Human chorionic gonadotrophin and Urine pregnancy test Terminologies used in History and Examination (Viva) Labor vs False labor vs Braxton-Hicks contraction and D/d of acute abdomen in pregnancy 2 methods of placental separation Mechanism of normal labor (Theory […]

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Viva or Oral Examination: Learn to face it

Even the toughest of the students have gone blank, messed up viva exam and have led to failure. Some examiners conduct viva with an intention of failing as many students as possible. So viva-voce is a matter of uncertainty and an iron gate for many.  Such viva horror stories brings immense pressure on students which […]

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How to tackle Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)?

Multiple choice questions (MCQs) consist of 3 parts: the stem(the question), distracters( the wrong choices) and the correct choices. Preparation: One of the best ways of revising for MCQs is to read as widely around a subject as possible, concentrating less on memorizing hard facts and more on understanding basic principles and concepts. Remember, rote learning will stick […]

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MBBS final year Questions: CMS 2009

MBBS Exam questions: MEDICINE AND ALLIED SUBJECTS PAPER: I SECTION: A (a) Discuss diastolic murmurs in mitral area. (b) Diagnosis of aortic regurgitation. (c) Diagnosis of ST segment elevation MI (d) Streptokinase therapy. (a) Treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis in HIV negative and HIV positive individual (b) Clinical findings in right sided pleural effusion. (c) Bronchial […]

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