The NEET-PG 2022 Analysis

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In this, we are representing an analysis of NEET-PG 2022 By Dr. Aseem Dewan, Director (PG Division), Aakash+BYJU’S

Overall a straight-forward exam – with cherry red maculas & Torres bodies & crumpled paper appearances & G6PD deficiencies.

A few tricky questions: is the child with tender hepatomegaly & mild jaundice having icteric leptospirosis? There’s nothing to suggest DHF / Chikungunya & it’s definitely not hepatic encephalopathy!

Detailed analysis:

A LOT of OBGYN! Again, mostly straight-forward. IUCD – contradictions; manual sweep for retained placenta; mid-pelvis (IBQ).

As expected, several questions on contraception.

A couple of questions on ectopic pregnancy.

75 image-based questions – but about 30 of those didn’t really need an image – like the one on hemolytic anemia having splenomegaly as the accompanying clinical finding.

Many clinical scenarios – again a lot of them where the clinical scenario wasn’t relevant at all: for example, the 4-line description of cholera case, only to turn around and ask the receptor for the toxin!

Quite a lot of questions from molecular biology & biochemistry – straightforward facts.

Surgery was simple – exploratory laparotomy for perforation-peritonitis & stab wound; intussception.

Tricky question on inhaled foreign body: flexible bronchoscopy is risky in a hypoxemic patient & foreign body removal is easier with rigid bronchoscopy. Reduced air entry was the answer.

Scleromalacia perforans – the one important ocular complication of RA.

HLA-DQ2 seen in celiac disease.

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Verdict:

Do the PYP-topics thoroughly:

  • Cholera
  • Contraception
  • Enzyme deficiencies
  • DKA
  • PCSK9 inhibitors
  • Warfarin-induced skin necrosis / HIT
  • TEG
  • PET-CT
  • Perforation-peritonitis
  • Psoriasis
  • BCC – HPE
  • Malakoplakia
  • HPV
  • Sarcoidosis

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