High Yield Points for MCI Screening Test (FMGE)- Pathology Robbins

By Live Dr - Wed Feb 18, 7:05 am

High Yield Points for MCI Screening Test (FMGE)- Pathology

1) Apoptosis & necrosis

2) Amyloidosis

3) Cell injury

4) Cell cycle

5) Hyperplasia, dysplasia & metaplasia

6) Coagulation cascade

7) Complement, CD markers

8) Molecular basis of cancer

9) Changes of MI

10) Glomerulonephritis

11) Hepatitis b marker*

12) MEN syndromes

13) autosomal dominant and recessive(complete list)

14) various modes of transfusion BT , PLASMA , PACKED CELLetc

15) imp lab investion with for whom you are doing that

16) malabsorbtion syndromes

17) permanent cell lysis changes

18) malate shunt

19)thyroid cancer

If wrong somewhere, plz do correct them. Also, don’t forget to contribute

Taken from crackthe mciscreening blogspot

Recommended books: Robbins(big)

This is the only book thats needed…and of course, i am not including harrison, because i persume that you keep it alongside for referance while doning any subject. This in my opinion is the most important subject(even more than medicine, surgery). If u have good grasp of pathology, it would certainly go a long way to improve your chances in PG exams. I recommend you to read this book thoroughly with more emphasis on
kidney and
general pathology…

things that you can probably skip or do selectively are: CNS, Musculoskeletal system and other chapters towards the end of the book. I you have read this book during your prof, it would certainly help.

Number of Qns being asked from Pathology is usually 12-25
The preferred book is obviously Robbins

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