High Yield Topic List for AIPGMEE PG Medical entrance

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High Yield Topic List for AIPGMEE
1131 topics you should master from 19 Subjects for your PG Medical entrance preparation. The following List is based on analysis of 40000 MCQs from 150 + actual PG Medical Entrance exams in the past 15 years.

  1. Nephron
  2. Hypoxia
  3. Blood Flow Regulation
  4. Spirometry
  5. Oxygen Dissociation Curve
  6. BP
  7. Exercise Physiology
  8. Long Tracts
  9. Nerve Conduction
  10. Action Potential
  11. Cardiac Conduction
  12. Altitude Physiology
  13. EEG
  14. Ovulation
  15. Temperature Regulation
  1. Calcitonin
  2. Insulin
  3. Peristalsis
  4. Renin Angiotensin System
  5. Pancreas
  6. Acidosis
  7. Coagulation
  8. Erythropoiesis
  9. Second Messenger
  10. Surfactant
  11. Autonomic Nervous System
  12. Cardiac Cycle
  13. ADH
  14. Nerve Fibre Classification
  15. Parathormone
  1. Basal Ganglia
  2. Bilirubin Metabolism
  3. Cerebellum
  4. Electrolytes
  5. Pituitary
  6. Sensory Receptors
  7. Skeltal Muscle Physiology
  8. Sodium Potassium Pump
  9. Spermatogenesis
  10. V/Q Ratio
  11. A-a O2
  12. ECF
  13. Epinephrine
  14. Hypothalamus
  15. Respiratory Cycle
  1. Shock
  2. Small Intestine Absorption
  3. Smooth Muscle Contraction
  4. Thyroid
  5. Visual Pathway
  6. Respiration Regulation
  7. Cardiac Muscle Contraction
  8. Cell Membrane
  9. Cholecystokinin
  10. CO2 Transport
  11. CSF
  12. Diffusion
  13. Edema
  14. Hemoglobin
  15. Histamine
  1. Vitamins
  2. DNA
  3. Amino Acid
  4. Lipoproteins
  5. Protein Structure
  6. RNA
  7. Citric Acid Cycle
  8. Glycolysis
  9. E lectron Transport Chain
  10. E nzyme Kinetics
  11. Chromatography
  12. Hemoglobin
  13. Collagen E lastin
  1. Fatty Acid Synthesis
  2. Gluconeogenesis
  3. Mutation
  4. Niemann Pick
  5. Urea Cycle
  6. Cell Membrane
  7. Cholesterol Metabolism
  8. Fatty Acid Oxidation
  9. Secondary Messenger
  10. Trace E lements
  11. HMP Shunt
  12. Hormone
  13. Insulin
  1. PCR
  2. Purine Metabolism
  3. Serine Protease
  4. Carbohydrate  Digestion
  5. E FA
  6. E nzyme Classification
  7. Galactosemia
  8. Glycogen Storage Disorder
  9. Glycogen Synthesis
  10. Starvation
  11. Glutathione
  12. Glycogenolysis
  13. Ketone Bodies
  1. Nitric Oxide
  2. Phenylketonuria
  3. Xeroderma  Pigmentosa
  4. Chaperones
  5. Chromosome Types
  6. Cytochrome P 450
  7. Diffusion
  8. Fructose  Metabolism
  9. GIT E nzymes
  10. Malate Shuttle
  11. Porphyria
  1. Portal Vein
  2. Abdominal Aorta  Branches
  3. Inguinal Canal
  4. Inguinal Lymph Node
  5. IVC
  6. Kidney
  7. Spleen
  8. Coeliac  Trunk
  9. Liver Lobes
  10. Anal Canal
  11. Gut Blood Supply
  12. Lesser Sac
  13. Mesentric Vein
  14. Stomach
  15. Suprarenal Gland
  1. Branchial Arch Derivatives
  2. E cto/ E ndo/ Mesoderm derivatives
  3. Genitourinary E mbryology
  4. Neural Crest
  5. Intervertebral Disc
  6. Joint Types
  7. Vertabra
  8. Ossification
  9. E pithelial Lining
  10. Histology
  11. Mitosis Meiosis
  12. Carotid Artery
  13. Vocal Cord Muscles and Nerves
  14. Cavernous  Sinus
  15. Ocular Muscle
  1. Parotid
  2. Palate
  3. Superior Orbital Fissure
  4. Temporomandibular  Joint
  5. Saphenous  Vein
  6. Ankle Joint
  7. Femoral Artery
  8. Knee Joint
  9. Obturator Nerve
  10. Surface  Markings
  11. Facial Nerve
  12. Root Value
  13. Cerebral Artery
  14. Trigeminal Nerve
  15. Auditory Pathway
  1. Spinal Cord
  2. Accessory Nerve
  3. Brainstem
  4. Cerebral Venous Sinus
  5. Oculomotor Nerve
  6. Trochlear Nerve
  7. Ureter
  8. Perineal Pouch
  9. E pididymis
  10. Cremasteric
  11. Penis
  12. Prostate  Anatomy
  13. Urethra
  14. Urinary Bladder
  15. Uterus
  1. Streptococcus
  2. HIV
  3. Chlamydia
  4. Cholera
  5. Immunoglobulin
  6. E Coli
  7. DNA Viruses
  8. Staphylococcus
  9. Diptheria
  10. Tuberculosis
  11. Cryptococcus
  12. Clostridium
  13. Helicobacter
  14. Malaria
  15. E BV
  1. Sterilisation
  2. Anthrax
  3. HBV
  4. Rickettsia
  5. Syphylis
  6. Typhoid
  7. Giardiasis
  8. Immunodeficiency  Disorders
  9. Rota Virus
  10. Toxoplasma
  11. Agglutination  Precipitation
  12. Hypersensitivity
  13. Leprosy
  14. Maduramycosis
  15. Rabies
  1. RNA Viruses
  2. Amebiasis
  3. Bacteroides
  4. Cysticercosis
  5. Filariasis
  6. Gonococcus
  7. Mycoplasma
  8. Prion
  9. Brucella
  10. Dermatophyte
  11. Influenza
  12. Legionella
  13. Leptospira
  14. Drug Resistance Mutation
  15. PCR
  1. Shigella
  2. Ankylostoma
  3. Aspergillus
  4. Dengue
  5. DNA fingerprinting
  6. Drug  Resistance
  7. Fungi  Classification
  8. Herpes Zoster
  9. Infective  E ndocarditis
  10. Interluekin
  11. Pnuemocystis
  12. Proteus
  13. Reverse  transcriptase
  14. RSV
  15. Salmonella
  1. Pharmacokinetics
  2. Drug Toxicity
  3. Asthmatc  Drugs
  4. Beta Blocker
  5. ATT
  6. ACE  Inhibitors
  7. ANS  Pharmacology
  8. Digitalis
  9. HAART
  10. Aspirin
  11. Diuretics
  12. Glucocorticoids
  13. Antiarrythmics
  14. Parkinsonism  Drugs
  15. Pencillin
  1. Pregnancy
  2. Opioids
  3. P450
  4. Malaria Drugs
  5. Ionotropic  Agents
  6. Psuedomonas  Drugs
  7. SSRI
  8. F loroquinolones
  9. Phenytoin
  10. Aminoglycoside
  11. Antiemetics
  12. Heparin
  13. Hypolipidemic  Drugs
  14. Methotrexate
  15. Renal failure and drugs
  1. Warfarin
  2. Antiepileptics
  3. Antihistamines
  4. Benzodiazepenes
  5. Calcium Channel Blockers
  6. E rythromycin
  7. Leprosy Drugs
  8. Muscle  Relaxants
  9. Peptic Ulcer Treatment
  10. Prostate Drugs
  11. Adriamycin
  12. Alkylating  Agents
  13. Cyclosporine
  14. Lithium
  15. Nitrates
  1. Nitroprusside
  2. Tetracyclines
  3. Cephalosporin
  4. Gout Treatment
  5. Gynaecomastia
  6. Haloperidol
  7. Immunosuppressants
  8. Metformin
  9. Morphine
  10. MRSA Drugs
  11. OCP
  12. Prazosin
  13. Pulmonary Fibrosis
  14. Sulphonamides
  15. Antifungals
  1. Glomerlonephritis
  2. Inflammation
  3. Amyloidosis
  4. Apoptosis
  5. Lymphoma
  6. Hypertension
  7. Nephrotic  Syndrome
  8. Tumor Markers
  9. Hepatitis
  10. CD Markers
  11. Tumor Suppressor Genes
  12. Inheritance  Patterns
  13. Myocardial Infaction
  14. Blood Group
  15. Coagulation
  1. Hypersensitivity
  2. AML/ ALL
  3. Lung  Cancer
  4. Granuloma
  5. SLE
  6. Transplantation
  7. Vasculitis
  8. Interleukin
  9. Multiple  Myeloma
  10. Sickle Cell Anemia
  11. Calcification
  12. Jaundice
  13. MHC
  14. RHD
  15. Thalessemia
  1. Ulcerative Colitis
  2. Diabetes
  3. Hemolytic  Anemia
  4. Infective  E ndocarditis
  5. ADPKD/ ARPKD
  6. CNS General
  7. DIC
  8. Fatty Liver
  9. GIT Tumors
  10. HUS
  11. Hypercoagubility
  12. Lipoproteins
  13. Megaloblastic  Anemia
  14. Necrosis
  15. Neuroblastoma
  1. Thyroid Cacinoma
  2. Alport  Syndrome
  3. APC
  4. Breast  Carcinoma
  5. CML/ CLL
  6. CNS General
  7. COPD
  8. Free Radical Injury
  9. Histiocytosis
  10. HIV
  11. Iron Deficiency Anemia
  12. Stain
  13. Aortic  Anueurysm
  14. Asbestosis
  15. Celiac Disesea
  1. Drowning
  2. Adipocere\Putrfaction\Mummification
  3. Arsenic  Poisning
  4. Identification
  5. Organophosphorus  Poisoning
  6. Mercury Poisoning
  7. Rigor Mortis
  8. Alcohol
  9. Asphyxial Death
  10. Laceration
  1. Cyanide  Poisoning
  2. Fingerprint
  3. Atropine  Poisoning
  4. Barbiturate  Poisoning
  5. Cocaine
  6. Dialysis
  7. Lead Poisoning
  8. Postmortem  Hypostasis
  9. Snake Bite
  10. Blood Stain
  1. Fire Arm Wound
  2. Insanity
  3. Postmortem  Caloricity
  4. Preservatives
  5. Rape
  6. Sexual Perversion
  7. Antemortem vs Postmortem
  8. wounds
  9. Grievous Hurt
  10. Gun Powder
  1. IUD
  2. Opioid  Poisoning
  3. Consent
  4. Gastric  Lavage
  5. Inquest
  6. MTP
  7. Pugilistic  Attitude
  8. Suspended  Animation
  1. Indicators of  Health
  2. Vaccines
  3. Statastics
  4. Case Control Cohort
  5. Sensitivity Specificity
  6. Tuberculosis
  7. Malaria
  8. RDA
  9. Blindness  control
  10. Chi Square and T test
  11. Leprosy
  12. Sentinel Surveilance
  13. Vectors
  14. Contraception
  15. Incidence  Prevalence
  16. Sampling
  17. Screening
  18. PHC RHC
  19. Health  Planning
  20. Non Communicable Disease
  21. Normal Curve
  22. Occupational  Disorders
  23. Rabies
  24. Rickettsiae
  25. HFA 2000/ Vision 2020
  1. Pollution
  2. Tetanus
  3. Demographic  Stages
  4. Measles
  5. P Value
  6. Carrier
  7. Case Fatality Rate
  8. Chlorination
  9. HDI PQLI
  10. Japanese  E ncephalitis
  11. Prevention Levels
  12. Serial Interval Generation Time
  13. Sociology
  14. Cholera
  15. Correlation
  16. Food Poisoning
  17. Incubation  Period
  18. ORS
  19. Polio
  20. Randomisation
  21. Relative Risk Attributable Risk
  22. Yellow Fever
  23. Nominal Ordinal
  24. Standardisation
  25. Dracunculosis
  1. Point Source Propogated
  2. Anemia
  3. E pidemic Dropsy
  4. E SI
  5. Fats
  6. ICDS
  7. Iodine Deficiency Disorder
  8. Control Programme
  9. Isolation
  10. MCH
  11. NPU
  12. Pertussis
  13. Trachoma
  14. Arti
  15. Cyclopropagative
  16. Disinfectant
  17. Filariasis
  18. Insecticides
  19. Keratomalacia
  20. Milk
  21. Sample Registration System
  22. Secondary Attack Rate
  23. Bias
  24. Blinding
  25. Diphtheria
  1. F lourosis
  2. HBV
  3. Herd Immunity
  4. Histogram Bar Diagram
  5. HIV
  6. Meningococcal  Meningitis
  7. Obesity
  8. Plague
  9. Preterm
  10. Rapid Sand Filter
  11. Alpha E rror Beta E rror
  12. Cereals and Pulses
  13. Chemoprophylaxis
  14. E pidemic Pandemic  Definition
  15. Folate
  16. Influenza
  17. KFD
  18. Pastuerisation
  19. Specific  Protection
  20. Waste Disposal
  1. Glaucoma
  2. Cataract
  3. Uveitis
  4. Conjunctivitis
  5. Visual Field Defects
  6. Diabetic  Retinopathy
  7. Retinoblastoma
  8. Anatomy
  9. Cranial Nerve Palsy
  10. Myopia
  11. Herpes
  12. Papilledema
  13. Strabismus
  14. Corneal ulcer
  15. Ophthalmoscopy  Direct & Indirect
  1. Blunt Trauma Eye
  2. Contact  Lens
  3. Trachoma
  4. CRAO/ CRVO
  5. Proptosis
  6. Blindness Control Programme
  7. Amblyopia
  8. Dacryocystitis
  9. Hypermetropia
  10. Mydriatics
  11. Optic  neuritis
  12. Chalazion
  13. Pupil Abnormalities
  14. Retinitis  Pigmentosa
  15. Colour Blindness
  1. Horner Syndrome
  2. Keratomalacia
  3. Lens  Dislocation
  4. Acanthameba
  5. Central Serous Retinopathy
  6. Corneal Dystrophy
  7. E nucleation E visceration
  8. Foreign Body
  9. Keratoconus
  10. Melanoma
  11. Orbit  Fracture
  12. Paras Planitis
  13. Retinal  Detatchment
  14. Best Disease
  15. Cavernous Sinus Thrombosis
  1. CMV Retinitis
  2. E ales Disease
  3. Ophthalmia  Neonatarum
  4. Optic Nerve Glioma
  5. Retrolental  Fibroplasia
  6. Aphakia
  7. Band  Keratopathy
  8. Internuclear  Ophthalmoplegia
  9. Keratotomy
  10. Optic  Atrophy
  11. Ptosis
  12. Rhabdomyosarcoma
  13. Vitreous  Hemorrhage
  1. Anatomy
  2. Larynx Carcinoma
  3. Facial Nerve Palsy
  4. Otosclerosis
  5. Acoustic Neuroma
  6. Cholesteatoma
  7. CSOM
  1. Deafness
  2. Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma
  3. Meniere Disease
  4. Nasopharyngeal Angiofibroma
  5. Vocal Cord Paralysis
  6. CSF  Rhinorrhea
  7. E pistaxis
  1. Quinsy
  2. Sinus Carcinoma
  3. Tracheostomy
  4. DNS
  5. Epiglottitis
  6. Glomus Tumor
  7. Laryngitis Pachyderma
  1. Laryngomalacia
  2. Malignant Otits E xterna
  3. Mastoidectomy
  4. Papilloma
  5. Vocal Nodule
  1. Developmental  Milestones
  2. Hypothyroidism
  3. Jaundice
  4. Meningitis
  5. PE M
  6. Rickets
  7. Dehydration
  8. Thalassemia
  9. Transient  Tachypnea  of
  10. New born (TTN)
  11. Vescico Ureteric Reflux
  12. TOF
  13. Brain Tumor
  14. Breast Feeding
  15. Dowm Syndrome
  1. Neuroblastoma
  2. Reflexes
  3. ALL
  4. Bronchiolitis
  5. Pnuemonia
  6. AD/ AR/ XR/ XD-Inheritance  Pattern
  7. Asthma
  8. Biliary Atresia
  9. CAH
  10. E pilepsy
  11. Hbv
  12. Rubella
  13. Diaphragmatic  Hernia
  14. Dwarfism
  15. LGA Nephropathy
  1. Nephrotic  Syndrome
  2. PDA
  3. Puberty
  4. SGA
  5. Tricuspid Atresia
  6. Tuberculosis
  7. Coarctation of  Aorta
  8. Congenital Heart Disease
  9. Croup
  10. Hemophilia
  11. HIV
  12. Hydrocephalus
  13. Metabolic  Alkalosis
  14. Nephrolithiasis
  15. Vaccination
  1. ASD/ VSD
  2. Diabetic  Mother
  3. Diarrhea
  4. Glomerulonephritis
  5. Hypothermia
  6. Intubation
  7. ITP
  8. Juvenile  Rheumatoid
  9. Arthritis
  10. Neonatal Sepsis
  11. Nephronophthisis
  12. TORCH
  13. E rythema Infectiosum
  14. Cephaly
  15. Febrile  Convulsions
  16. Hypertension
  17. Normal Newborn
  1. Bone Tumor
  2. Supracondylar  Fracture
  3. Humerus
  4. Avasclar Necrosis
  5. Shoulder  Dislocation
  6. Dislocation Hip
  7. Tuberculosis  Spine
  8. Bone Cyst
  9. Cervical Spine Injuries
  10. Congenital Dislocation Hip
  11. Rickets
  12. Osteomyelitis
  13. CTE V
  14. Fracture Neck Femur
  15. Osteoarthritis
  16. Humerus  Fracture
  1. Nails Screws Wires
  2. Osteoporosis
  3. Colles  Fracture
  4. Cruciate Ligament Injury
  5. Meniscus  Injury
  6. Bursitis
  7. Fat E mbolism
  8. Gout
  9. Lateral Condylar Fracture
  10. Humerus
  11. Poliomyelitis
  12. Ulnar Nerve
  13. Ankle Sprain
  14. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  15. Osteochondritis
  16. Pyogenic  Arthritis
  1. Amputation
  2. Ankylosing  Spondylitis
  3. Disc Prolapse
  4. Dislocation Knee
  5. Genu Varum
  6. Hyperparathyroidism
  7. Osteogenesis  Imperfecta
  8. Paget Disease
  9. Patella  Fracture
  10. Radial Nerve
  11. Stress Fracture
  12. Tibia Fracture
  13. Calcaneum  Fracture
  14. Charcot Joint
  15. E lbow Dislocation
  16. Femur Shaft Fracture
  1. Perthes Disease
  2. Trendelenburgh  Sign
  3. Actinomycosis
  4. Carpometacarpal  Fracture
  5. Clavicle  Fracture
  6. Median Nerve
  7. Meralgia  Paresthetica
  8. Slipped Capital Femoral
  9. E piphyses
  10. Tuberculosis  Knee
  11. Achondroplasia
  12. Compartment  Syndrome
  13. Crush Injury
  14. Dupytrens  Contracture
  15. E rb Palsy
  1. Schizophrenia
  2. Depression
  3. OCD
  4. Mania
  5. Delusion
  6. Dementia
  7. E CT
  8. F luoxetine
  9. Hallucination
  10. Phobia
  11. Alcoholism
  12. Delirium Tremens
  1. Personality Disorder
  2. Hypochondriasis
  3. Opioid
  4. PTSD
  5. Autistic Disorder
  6. Clozapine
  7. Haloperidol
  8. ADHD
  9. Dissociative Disorder
  10. Panic
  11. Conversion
  12. Defense Mechanism
  1. Mental Retardation
  2. Antidepressant
  3. Conditioning
  4. Impotence
  5. Lithium
  6. Alzhemir Disease
  7. Amitryptiline
  8. Amnesia
  9. Behaviour Therapy
  10. Cannabis and substance abuse
  11. Delirium
  12. Organic Brain Syndrome
  1. Sleep
  2. Adjustment Disorder
  3. Akathasia
  4. E E G
  5. Ganser Syndrome
  6. Impulse Disorder
  7. Learning Disability
  8. Sertraline
  9. Wernicke Korsakoff Psycosis
  1. Local Anesthetic
  2. Ketamine
  3. Succinylcholine
  4. Spinal Anaesthesia
  5. Anaesthesia Complications
  6. Halothane
  7. Thiopentone
  8. Paediatric Anesthesia
  1. Ventilator
  2. Atracurium
  3. Intubation
  4. Muscle Relaxant
  5. Propofol
  6. Isoflurane
  7. Opioids
  8. Bupivacaine
  1. Pin Index
  2. MAC
  3. Mcgill Circuit
  4. Sevoflurane
  5. Airway
  6. CPR
  7. Intraoperative Management
  8. Desflurane
  1. Muscular Dystrophy/ myasthenia
  2. Preanesthetic Medication
  3. Air E mbolism
  4. Hypothermia
  5. Nitric Oxide
  6. Postoperative Complications
  7. Tubocurarine
  8. Vecuronium
  1. Leprosy
  2. Dermatophyte Infection
  3. Lichen Planus
  4. Psoriasis
  5. Pemphigus
  6. Syphilis
  7. Acne
  8. Tuberculosis Skin
  1. Alopecia
  2. Scabies
  3. Atopic Dermatitis
  4. Contact Dermatitis
  5. LGV
  6. Chancroid
  7. Dermatitis Herpetiformis
  8. Pityriasis Rosea
  1. Tinea Versicolor
  2. Pityriasis Alba
  3. Tuberous Sclerosis
  4. Acanthosis Nigricans
  5. DLE
  6. Donovaniosis
  7. Drug Reaction
  8. E pidermolysis Bullosa
  1. Erythema Multiforme
  2. Gonorrhea
  3. HSV
  4. Molluscum Contagiosum
  5. Urticaria
  6. Actinitic Keratosis
  7. Chloasma
  8. Darier’s Disease
  1. Physics
  2. Radionuclide
  3. Radiosensitivity
  4. Radiation E fect
  5. Pregnancy Imaging
  6. Bone Tumors
  7. Chest x ray
  8. Contrast Agents
  1. Intracranial Calcification
  2. Pancreatitis
  3. Pulmonary E mbolism
  4. Rickets
  5. Miliary Shadowing
  6. Radionuclide Heart
  7. Renal Tuberculosis
  8. Silicosis
  1. SOL Lung
  2. Breast Carcinoma
  3. Coarctation of Aorta
  4. Interstitial Lung Disease
  5. Meningioma
  6. MRI
  7. Neural Tube Defects
  8. Pericardial E ffusion
  1. Pleural E ffusion
  2. TAPVC
  3. CHF
  4. Cholecystitis
  5. Cranial Irradiation
  6. Histiocytosis
  7. Kerley Lines
  8. Mediastinal Mass
  9. Mitral Stenosis
  1. Myocardial Infarction
  2. Hypertension
  3. Infective  E ndocarditis
  4. Heart Sound
  5. Coarctatio Of  Aorta
  6. RHD
  7. Cardiac  Tamponade
  8. HOCM
  9. E CG
  10. Pulmonary E mbolism
  11. Pulse
  12. Digitalis
  13. Clubbing
  14. JVP
  15. CHF
  16. QT Prolong
  17. Shock
  18. Mitral Stenosis
  19. Miral Regurgitation and
  20. MVP
  21. Aortic  Stenosis
  22. Aortic  Regurgitation
  23. Mitral Valve Prolapse
  24. Heart Block
  25. Supraventricular
  26. Tachycardias
  27. Atrial Fibrillation
  28. Atrial F lutter
  29. Sustained  Ventricular
  30. Tachycardia
  1. Ventricular
  2. MEN Syndrome
  3. Wilson Disease
  4. Osteoporosis
  5. CAH
  6. Hemochromatosis
  7. Testicular  Feminization
  8. Syndrome
  9. Meningitis
  10. CVA
  11. E pilepsy
  12. Subarachnoid  Hemorrhage
  13. Myasthenia  Gravis
  14. Parkinson Disease
  15. Peripheral  Neuropathy
  16. Lobar Damage
  17. Headache
  18. Lateral  Meddullary
  19. Syndrome
  20. Alzhemir Disease
  21. Neurocysticercosis
  22. Spinal Cord Compression
  23. Umn lmn
  24. Multiple  Sclerosis
  25. Huntinghton  Corea
  26. Gullian Barre Syndrme
  27. Motor Nueron Disease
  28. SLE
  29. Rheumatoid  Arthritis
  30. HS Purpura
  1. Poly Arteritis Nodosa
  2. Gout
  3. Sarcoidosis
  4. Wegener Granulomatosi
  5. Systemic Sclerosis
  6. Vasculitis
  7. Behcets Disease
  8. Polymya Rhuematica Giant Cell Arteritis
  9. Polymyosistis Dermatomyositis
  10. CRF
  11. Glomerulonephritis
  12. Nephrotic  Syndrome
  13. Interstitial Nephritis
  14. Urine E xam
  15. Hypercalcemia
  16. Hyperkalemia
  17. SIADH
  18. Renal Tubular Acidosis (RTA)
  19. Metabolic  Acidosis
  20. Metabolic  Alkalosis
  21. Respiratory Acidosis
  22. Respiratory  Alkalosis
  23. Hypokalemia
  24. Hyponatremia
  25. Hypernatremia
  26. Asthma
  27. Pleural E ffusion
  28. Lung Function Tests
  29. Hemoptysis
  30. Pneumonia
  1. ABPA
  2. ARDS
  3. Multiple  Myeloma
  4. Lymphoma
  5. Iron Deficiency Anemia
  6. Megaloblastic  Anemia
  7. Hemolytic  Anemia
  8. Polycythemia Vera
  9. HUS
  10. PNH
  11. AML
  12. CML
  13. Hemophilia
  14. Transfusion Complications
  15. Aplastic Anemia
  16. Thalasemia
  17. Lung Cancer
  18. Brain Tumor
  19. Tumor Marker
  20. Hepatocellular Carcinoma
  21. Thymoma
  22. Tumor Lysis Syndrome
  23. Paraneoplastic  Syndrome
  1. Breast  Carcinoma
  2. Thyroid Carcinoma
  3. Prostate  Carcinoma/ BPH
  4. Salivary Tumors
  5. Carcinoma  Colon
  6. Gall Stone
  7. Peptic Ulcer
  8. Testicular  Carcinoma
  9. IBD
  10. Congenital  Hypertrophic
  11. Pyloric  Stenosis
  12. Gastric  Carcinoma
  13. Splenectomy
  14. Hernia
  15. Hepatocellular  Carcinoma
  16. Pancreatitis
  17. Renal Cell Carcinoma
  18. Renal Stone
  19. Thyroidectomy
  20. E sophageal Carcinoma
  21. Intestinal  Obstruction
  22. TAO
  23. Burns
  24. Grafting
  25. Intestinal Polyp
  1. CBD Stone
  2. Shock
  3. Blunt Injury Abdomen
  4. Hirschsprung’s  Disease
  5. Barret E sophagus
  6. Bladder Cancer
  7. DVT
  8. Melanoma
  9. Pancreatic  Carcinoma
  10. Appendicitis
  11. Av Fistula
  12. Soft Tissue Sarcoma
  13. Urethral Rupture
  14. Achalasia
  15. Carcinoma  Tongue
  16. Duct  Papilloma
  17. Anal Carcinoma
  18. Bronchogenic  Carcinoma
  19. Diaphragmatic  Hernia
  20. Rectum
  21. Total Parenteral Nutrition
  22. Liver Abscess
  23. Lymphadenopathy
  24. Meckels  Diverticulum
  25. Psuedocyst  Pancreas
  1. Varicose Veins
  2. Billroth Gastectomy
  3. E pidural Hematoma
  4. Nueroblastoma
  5. Peritonitis
  6. Portal  Hypertension
  7. Carcinoid
  8. Cholecystitis
  9. Hypospadias
  10. Insulinoma
  11. Mediastinal Tumor
  12. Mesentry
  13. Postoperative  Patient
  14. Renal  Transplantation
  15. Tuberculosis
  16. Basal Cell Carcinoma
  17. Hemorrhoids
  18. Parathyroid  Adenoma
  19. Pheochromocytoma
  20. Aortic  Anuerysm
  21. Carotid Body Tumor
  22. Cystic  Hygroma
  23. Intusussception
  24. Liver  Transplantation
  25. Marjolin Ulcer
  1. Meconium Ileus
  2. Oral Cancer
  3. Posterior Urethral Valve
  4. Reflux  E sophagitis
  5. Sutures
  6. Thyroiditis
  7. Volvulus
  8. Wound Infection
  9. Cleft Lip
  10. Compartment  Syndrome
  11. Diverticulosis
  12. Hemangioma
  13. Ischemic  Bowel Disease
  14. MEN
  15. Zenker  Diverticulum
  16. Annular  Pancreas
  17. Carcinoma  Gallbladder
  18. Salivary Calculus
  1. Contraception
  2. Ovarian Tumor
  3. Carcinoma Cervix
  4. Infertility
  5. Diabetic Mother
  6. E ctopic Pregnancy
  7. Gestational Trophoblastic Tumor
  8. Fibroid Uterus
  9. Abnormal Presentation
  10. Systemic Conditions and Pregnancy
  11. Abortion
  12. E ndometrial Carcinoma
  13. Menstrual Irregularities
  14. Preeclampsia
  15. Down Syndrome
  16. Ovulation
  17. Heart Disease in Pregnancy
  18. Abruptio Placenta
  19. Torch
  20. AFP
  21. Physiologic Changes in Pregnancy
  22. Placenta Previa
  23. Preterm Labour
  24. Rh Isoimmunisation
  25. Nueral Tube Defects
  1. Polyhydramnios
  2. Prolapse
  3. Tuberculosis
  4. Chorionic Villus Sampling
  5. IUGR
  6. PCOD
  7. Puerperium
  8. PPH
  9. Ultrasound in Pregnancy
  10. E ndometriosis
  11. Breast feeding
  12. E ndometrial Hyperplasia
  13. Induction of  Labour
  14. Testicular Feminisation Syndrome
  15. Anatomy
  16. Bacterial Vaginosis
  17. Instrumental Delivery
  18. Mullerian Anomalies
  19. NST
  20. Postcoital Contraception
  21. Twins
  22. Anemia
  23. Rokitansky Kustner Hauser Syndrome
  24. Colposcopy
  25. Hormone Replacement Therapy
  1. Menopause
  2. Pelvis Types
  3. PID
  4. Puberty
  5. Retroverted Uterus
  6. Tocography
  7. VVF
  8. Intrauterine Death
  9. Pap Smear
  10. Pregnancy Signs
  11. Turner Syndrome
  12. Antiphospholipid  Antibody Syndrome
  13. Candidiasis
  14. Cesarean Section
  15. Condyloma Accuminata
  16. HIV
  17. Hysteroscopy
  18. Pituitary Ademoma
  19. Placenta
  20. Postterm Pregnancy
  21. Pyometra
  22. Carcinoma Vulva
  23. chlamydia
  24. Fetal Hypoxia
  25. Fetal Skull
  1. HCG
  2. Incontinence
  3. Laproscopy
  4. Pelvis Diametres
  5. Trial Labour
  6. Trichomonas
  7. Uterine Rupture
  8. UTI
  9. CAH
  10. Cervical E rosion
  11. Cord Prolapse
  12. ECV
  13. Gartner Cyst
  14. Gonococcus
  15. Gynaecomastia
  16. Hydrocephalus
  17. Hysterectomy
  18. Sheehan’s Syndrome

This analysis of High yield topic list in descending order of priority in each of the 19 Subjects for AIPGMEE,AIIMS,PGIMER,JIPMER,COMEDK,FMGE,DNB CET,APPG,Kerala PGMAT, Maharashtra PGMAT, MPPG, JKMD and all State PG Medical entrance exams is excellent. We don’t need to read everything in all textbooks and focus only on what is frequently tested by examiner. This analysis based on 40000 MCQs asked in 150 + actual PG Medical Entrance exams in the past 15 years directly reflects the examiners expectations from PG Medical aspirants. It saves time , it saves money,it saves energy and it shapens the saw and brings focus in PG Medical aspirants preparation.

AIPGMEE AIIMS PGI DNB CET STATE PG Medical Entrance an inevitable challenge every medical student from India has to pass

  • 1,20,000 aspirants for PG Medical entrance with hardly 12000 PG Mdical seats
  • AIPGMEE ,the word makes us thrilled. Every year November , the battle for the dream MD speciality makes us to burn the night oil in full enthusiasm.

Turning pages fast -the art and science of PG preparation

To revise the most rewarding topics in the shortest available time is all the essence of preparation for any entrance exam.

19 Books , 20000 pages and a million sentences ,is there any way out of this jungle

Examiner is inherently very choosy in selecting the topics and framing the MCQs

How did we analyse 40000 MCQs of past 15 years from 150+ exams and derived 1132 Hot top list

Step 1 of Analysis

  • 2 AIIMS exams (2x 200 =400 MCQs) + 2 PGIMER exams ( 2x 240=480 MCQs) + 1 AIPGMEE from 1997-2012 (1x 300 MCQs) + 2 DNB CET exams 2x 250 =500 + 6 State MD Entrance exams (6 x 250 =1500 MCQs ) every year of past 15 years are 40000 MCQs analysed
  • Each MCQ is individually classified and labelled to the topic it belongs
  • All MCQs belonging to a topic are brought to one place
  • The topics are arranged in descending order based on the number of MCQs asked in the past 30 years

 

Step 2 of Analysis : How to use the topic list

  • If we take Microbiology, top 10 topics from which 80 % of 5-15 MCQs asked in any PG Medical entrance are Streptococci, HIV, Chlamydia, Cholera, Immnunoglobulins,E.coli, DNA and RNA Viruses , Staphylococci, Diphtheria, Tuberculosis.
  • Out of 150 instances of exams we analysed, 164 times Streptococci topic based MCQs are asked. In fact , some exams it appeared that even 2-3 MCQs from streptococci are asked. Next time you open microbiology book in preparation schedule , you should go straight to Streptococci and master the Gram positive cocci , optochin sensitivity, bacitracin sensitivity,bile solubulity etc of High yield points and finish the topic revision in 20 minutes . Like that you should finish at least Top 30 topics in 30 x 20 minutes = 600 minutes = 10 hours and get confident to face 5-15 MCQs in Microbiology in any PG Medical entrance .
  • Similiarily, if we take Pathology , many AIPGMEE aspirants wonder where to start. Glomerulonephritis, Apoptosis etc as given above High yield topic list are inevitable.
  • The topic notes on these high yield topics is available as as a free download pdf on news4medico.com.
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