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AIPGMEE 2003 Rapid Review

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Anatomy Cell junctions allowing exchange of cytoplasmic molecules between two cells are called Gap junctions. Cells belonging to transitional epithelium are provided with extra reserve of cell membrane. Examples of traction epiphysis includes Mastoid process, Tubercles of humerus and Trochanter of femur. Metaphysis of bone is the most vascular part of bone, growth activity is […]

AIPGMEE 2002 Rapid Review

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Anatomy Derived from neural crest are Melanocytes, adrenal medulla and Sympathetic ganglia. Gastrulation establishes all the 3 germ layers. Neurons of dorsal root ganglia have centrally located nuclei, are derived from neural crest cells and they contain lipofuscin granules. Elastic cartilage is found in Auditory tube. Weight of the upper limb is transmitted to the […]

AIPGMEE 2001 Rapid Review

Anatomy In inguinal canal conjoint tendon forms part of the posterior wall, superficial ring is found in external oblique aponeurosis and internal oblique forms both anterior and posterior wall. Right gastroepiploic artery is a branch of gastroduodenal artery. Motor supply of diaphragm is phrenic nerve. Pudendal nerve is sensory and motor, is derived from S2,3,4 […]

AIPGMEE 2000 Rapid Review

  Anatomy Abductor pollicis longus and Extensor pollicis brevis form the anterior wall of Anatomical snuff-box. Ape thumb deformity is seen in involvement of Median nerve. Trapezius is attached to Clavicle, Scapula and Occiput. Trendelenburg sign is positive in paralysis of Gluteus medius, Gluteus minimus and Tensor fascia lata. Medial rotation and abduction of hip-joint […]

AIPGMEE 1999 Rapid Review

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Anatomy Winging of scapula is due to paralysis of Serratus-Anterior Median nerve supplies muscles of thumb Abductor pollicis brevis, Flexor Pollicis brevis, opponens pollicis. Patient with trauma to right upper right limb, extension at metacarpophalangeal joint lost, no wrist drop, extension at IP joint normal – Due to involvement of Posterior Interosseous nerve. Branches of […]

Subject-Wise Books For PG Medical Entrance Exams Preparation

Subject-Wise Books For PG Medical Entrance Exams Preparation

It is always confusing for students preparing for their Postgraduate (PG) medical entrance exams like AIIMS PG, AIPGMEE, NEET-PG, JIPMER, PGI, CMC, MAHE, etc. about which books to use. As these PG entrance exams are based on Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) classic medical textbooks are not too much of use to students as MCQ books […]

Interview with Dr. Sukhada Kulkarni, Rank 10, MH PGM CET 2014

  Dr. Sukhada Kulkarni  has secured Provisional Rank 10 in Maharashtra PGM CET 2014 and Rank 266 in AIPGMEE 2014. She has done her MBBS from B J Medical College, Pune. Interview Q. In what year did you pass out your MBBS? Ans. 2012 Q. What ranks had you secured in any previous PG medical entrance exams you […]

Interview with Dr. Girish Kolambe, Rank 45, MH PGM CET 2014

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Dr. Girish v Kolambe has secured a provisional Rank 45 in Maharashtra PGM CET 2014. He has done his MBBS from MGM Medical College , Navi Mumbai. Q. In what year did you pass out your MBBS? Ans. 2011 Q. What ranks had you secured in any previous PG medical entrance exams you gave? Ans. Rank […]