A GUIDANCE FOR MRCS PART 1

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  1. NENE

    NENE Guest

    Hello!


    Books to be read formrcs part 1 &some topics with questions;:
    BRS for physio & pathology( but he wasnt satisfied with pathology ,he told me read some good book for pathology)So I ahve decided to read Robbins but not the big one .

    Anatomy Snells review & Atlas.

    Cancers are very frequently asked in MRCS exam .
    The following were asked in April exam Esophageal ca:the Qs mostly asked for Ca are related to risk factors like vial causes ,rest of etiology ,then spread & CT related staging.
    1.Esophageal Ca: is associated with
    achalasia
    Sliding hernia
    Baretts

    2.Parotid tumor
    3.Breast Ca
    4.Bladder ca
    5.Thyroid ca
    6.Colorectal ca
    7.skin ca
    He was telling me last time most of paper was from Physio.

    8.Aortic Aneurysm
    Indications for surgery:
    Cholesterol level( he forgot the level )
    Age
    thickness of wall
    BP

    9.Phlebitis:
    signs & symptoms:
    pain
    ankle edema
    pigmentation

    10.ARDS

    11.Cirrhosis:
    in extra hepatic portal hypertension is there seen
    splenomegaly
    Hepatic Encephalopathy
    ascites

    12.Epidural Anaesthesia:
    side effects
    Resp depression
    acidosis
    posterior column damage
    urinary retention

    13.Blood transfusion:
    Complications
    hypothermia

    14.blood grouping
    antigen
    antibodies

    15.Markers for hepatitis
    for careers etc

    16.Gastric mucosa pH
    how it maintain its pH
    effects of fatty food
    proteins
    tumors like zollinger ellison on pH

    17.Complications of ulcer

    18.Diuretics

    19.K balance

    20.Arrythmias

    21.Neonatal blood:
    quantity
    osmolality
    neonatal immunology

    22.ACTH

    23.Fat embolism
    related to

    BMI
    Pregnancy
    Pulmonary embolism
    MI
    Fracture

    24.Colon
    Diarrhea if 5L diarrhea then its effect on
    Cl & HCO3

    25.Raynauds is seen in:
    Scleroderma
    DM
    RA

    26.Horner's

    27.MEN 2

    28.Pyriform fossa
    blood supply
    nerve supply

    29.Sarcoidosis:
    Sign & symptoms present or not
    spleen
    lymph nodes

    30.Infections:
    Staph epidermidis
    aureus
    an IV canula have green slimmy layer what is the causative agent?

    31.Q on normal commensals

    32.CNS tumors

    glioma etc

    Anatomy Qs
    33.Muscles originationf from chest wall:
    Pectoralis major
    Teres major
    Serratus anterior
    Latissimus dorsi

    34.Scalenus Medius
    relations?

    Costophrenic angles extends from which to which rib

    35.Renal adenocarcinoma

    36.In blood

    Ach
    alk phosph
    K


    37.Inferir vena cava anatomy relations

    38.liver relations

    39.gall bladder relations

    40. phrenic nerve course & relations

    41.Pancreas relations

    42. Knee joint anything related to trauma

    43.Esophagus:relations
    bronchi
    aorta
    vagus nerve
    thyroid

    44.Superior mediastinum

    starts from T4

    45. Thyroid gland relations

    46.Azygous vein relations

    48.Hodgkin's disease

    49.Basilic vein course & where it enters in axillary

    50.saphenous vein course & perforators

    51.TRAUMAphysiological changes( he prepared from core)
    effect on hormones like
    cortisol
    thyroxine
    insulin
    Growth hormone
    blood sugar level
    B drenergic receptors

    52.cervical injury
    effect on brachial plexus resultant injury
    different levels of injury

    53.fractures & their mechanismof injury:

    spiral
    transverse
    pathological

    54. Fracture healing
    age
    old,young

    55.causes of non healing?

    56.If periosteum is lost or damaged wil fracture heal

    57.If callus is formed then it will develop into which bone
    woven etC.


    Magnesium is
    a)cerebral vasoconstrictor
    b)used in ventricular arrythmia
    c)contraindicated in SVT

    subclavian steal syndrome

    what all does CRF cause?

    damage to facial n. during parotidectomy.

    transection above L4 causing paralysis of LL muscles.

    Damage/compression to common peroneal n.

    absorption in colon

    bright red stool in a child

    organisms in sputum

    appendix

    pharyngeal pouch

    nephrotoxic drugs


    Regards!
  2. sajjad

    sajjad Guest

    thanking ya

    thanks nene
    virtue never goes unrewarded.
    wish you all the best.

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