important and High Yield Points for MCI Screening Test (FMGE)- ANATOMY
By Live Dr - Wed Feb 18, 7:08 am
High Yield Points for MCI Screening Test (FMGE)- ANATOMY
The following seems to be the high yield areas from where most of the Qns usually come for MCI Screening test in Anatomy (FMGE). It may be useful for the final preparation. Also when u study the subject, u may give more importance to these areas.
This may or not be right. Any correction or other high yeild topics that u find are, most welcome
In questions, usually anatomy merges with surgery.
1) Blood supply of stomach, thyroid, adrenal, rectum, coronary circulation
2) Veins draining into IVC & portal vein
3) Branches of celiac trunk & mesenteric arteries
4) Innerventions & nerve palsies
5) Retinacula & structures passing through them
6) Foramens & structures passing through them
7) Triangles, their boundaries & structures passing through them
8) Layers of sole & its muscles
9) Embryology- structures derived from fore, mid & hind gut, rotation of gut, mullerian & wolffian ducts & their derivations & their remnants in opposite sex
10) The dimensionss of some structures (like oesophagus) and their Anatomical locations
11)blood supply of foregut midgut hindgut development and structure derived from it
12) Innervation, nerve palsy & nerve injury
13) Blood supply of heart and Anatomy with tributary of coronary sinus
14) Pure motor and sensory nerves and its characteristics, Cranial Nerves
15) Rotation of gut total 270 anticlockwise and how?
16) Superior orbital fissure and structure passing through it
17) Embryology of kidney and genitourinary system
If wrong somewhere, plz do correct them. Also, don’t forget to contribute
B.D. Chaurasia is the preferred book to be followed for Anatomy in MCI. If u r sick of reading that book, u may switch to Grays anatomy for Students which is arranged in a well concise manner with attractive 3-D pictures (I followed this one)
Number of Qns being asked from Anatomy usually- 7-15
Taken from crackthemciscreening blogspot
Recommended Books: Chaurasiya (all 3 volumes), Sure success by Ramgopal(big book), Tehalaka by Dr. Rajesh Prasad(for mcqs)
if u ae short on time, i would suggest to read the anatomy pages from ramgopal’s book and do mcqs from tehalaka…this way you should be able to answer more than half the questions from anatomy, which according to my opinion is quite good.
You should concentrate on
nerve entrapment syndromes,
muscles nerve supply and actions(especially upper limb),
various type of joints(asked many times!),
various fossa and there contents and
Anyway one should not be spending too much of time on anatomy as itsa low yielding subject.