Sample NEET PG Core Points (NCPs) 3.0
Sample NEET PG Core Points
👉Gall bladder calculi shows posterior acoustic shadowing whereas
Gall bladder polyp does not show posterior acoustic shadowing.
👉 PFT findings in asthma:
Decreased FEV1, Decreased FVC, Decreased FEV1/FVC ratio,
Increased RV, Decreased Maximal expiratory flow,
Normal or increased DLCO
👉 Rubella- mild maculopapular rash, forchheimer spots on soft palate
Measles- morbiliform rash, Koplik spots.
👉 RBC casts - in acute glomerulonephritis
Fatty casts - in nephrotic syndrome
Granular cast - in Acute or chronic inflammation of the kidney
👉 Tamm-Horsfall mucoprotein (also known as uromodulin) is
a urine protein that is a normal constituent of urine.
It does not arise from the plasma, but is produced in the
thick ascending limb of the loop of Henle, and is excreted at a rate of
👉 Hallmark skin manifestations and likely pathognomonic features
of Dermatomyositis are Gottron’s papules and heliotrope eruption.
👉 Molecular motor involved in orthograde transport is Kinesin.
Molecular motor involved in retrograde transport is Dyenin.
👉Target organ damage is present in hypertensive emergency and absent in
👉 AR (Aortic regurgitation) can cause characteristic head bob with
each pulsation (de Musset sign).
👉 Krabbe disease is due to the deficiency of galactosylceramidase.
It is a kind of lysosomal storage disease under sulfatidoses.
👉 Goodpasture syndrome: Autoimmune disorder characterized by pulmonary
alveolar haemorrhages and glomerulonephritis
👉 Closure of the ductus arteriosus can be prevented by prostaglandin E1
and facilitated by indomethacin (via inhibition of prostaglandin synthesis).
👉 Bowen disease - Epidermal cells stain with antibodies to keratin
Cutaneous melanoma - Epidermal cells stain with antibodies to S-100
👉 Antiglaucoma causing iris pigmentation is latanoprost
Antiglaucoma causing conjunctival pigmentation is adrenaline
👉 Magnesium toxicity is associated with loss of patellar reflexes,
respiratory depression, and cardiac arrest.
- Treat with calcium gluconate 10% solution 1 g IV.
👉 In craniosynostosis, infants have small fontanelles.
Craniosynostosis is premature fusion of cranial sutures
👉 Krukenberg tumor is the name for a mucin-secreting
gastrointestinal cancer that metastasizes to the ovaries.
👉 Tiagabine inhibits GABA reuptake
Vigabatrin irreversible inhibits GABA transaminase
(decrease GABA degradation).
👉 Polyarteritis nodosa (PAN) is characterized by necrotizing
arteritis of medium-sized and small arteries in various organs.
PAN often spares the pulmonary vasculature
👉 Chordoma: Malignant midline bone tumor arising from fetal notochord,
Slow-growing lesions seen in 40-60 years of age
👉 Leading Questions are Not permitted in:
1. Examination in chief
3. Dying Declaration
Leading Questions are permitted in:
1. Cross Examination
2. Dying Deposition
3. Hostile Witness
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