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Respiratory diseases is one of the most important topics for upcoming NEET PG 2017. This article on NEET PG topic will cover some of the revision tips to achieve top scores in this area.

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Respiratory diseases is one of the most important topics for upcoming NEET PG 2017. This article on NEET PG topic will cover some of the revision tips to achieve top scores in this area.

Disorders of Ventilation, Asthma, Disorders of the Pleura, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Cystic Fibrosis, Disorders of the Mediastinum, Sleep Apnea , Bronchiectasis, Occupational and Environmental Lung Disease are High yielding topics to be concentrated.

We recommend that you read the following topics from a standard textbook before you appear for Respiratory Diseases Top 100 Powermock on 30th of August 2016. The topics with priority ranking are as follows:

  • Disorders of Ventilation
  • Asthma
  • Disorders of the Pleura
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
  • Cystic Fibrosis
  • Disorders of the Mediastinum
  • Sleep Apnea
  • Bronchiectasis
  • Occupational and Environmental Lung Disease
  • Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis and Pulmonary Infiltrates with Eosinophilia

This list is not exclusive but a very good starting point covering 90% of the questions from this topic.

We recommend that you read the following topics from a standard textbook before you appear for RESPIRATORY TOP 100 Powermock on 30th of August 2016.

Platinum access has new likely questions added from latest updates of Respiratory diseases. Respiratory Diseases Top 100 Powermock on 30th of August 2016 is a must attend for Platinum Access candidates appearing for NEET PG 2017.

MCQ Challenge 1: A 55-year-old man walks into the clinic, breathing heavily and complaining of dyspnea and constant fatigue. On physical examination, the physician observes an increased anteroposterior diameter of the chest, and hypertrophy of the accessory respiratory muscles. No cyanosis is evident. The man states that he has been smoking two packs of cigarettes/day for 30 years. Occasionally, he develops episodes of nonproductive cough, each lasting a few days, but denies asthma attacks. Blood gas analysis shows minimal hypoxemia and normal CO2. Respiratory volumes are characterized by reduced forced expiratory volume/second (FEV1), markedly increased residual volume, and increased total lung capacity. Which of the following underlying pathogenetic mechanisms is MOST likely responsible for this patient’s condition?

A. Airway obstruction
B. Bronchospasm
C. Chest wall deformity
D. Loss of elastic recoil

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MCQ Challenge 2: Which among the following is the breathing circuit of choice for spontaneous ventilation?

A. Mapleson A
B. Mapleson B
C. Mapleson C
D. Mapleson D

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MCQ Challenge 3: A 15-year-old boy is subjected to recurrent attacks of asthma. A careful clinical history reveals that the asthma attacks occur most frequently after aspirin administration. Which of the following is the pathogenetic mechanism in this form of asthma?

A. Direct release of bronchoconstrictor mediators
B. Enhanced sensitivity to vagal stimulation
C. Inhibition of cyclooxygenase pathway
D. Type I hypersensitivity reaction

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The references for the above questions were from the following:

Q1) Chandrasoma P., Taylor C.R. (1998). Chapter 35. The Lung: II. Toxic, Immunologic, & Vascular Diseases. In P. Chandrasoma, C.R. Taylor (Eds), Concise Pathology, 3e.

Q2) Chapter 3. Breathing Systems. In: Butterworth JF, IV, Mackey DC, Wasnick JD. eds. Morgan & Mikhail’s Clinical Anesthesiology, 5e. Reference Link

Q3) Barnes P.J. (2012). Chapter 254. Asthma. In D.L. Longo, A.S. Fauci, D.L. Kasper, S.L. Hauser, J.L. Jameson, J. Loscalzo (Eds), Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine, 18e.

This article is projected to help your NEET PG preparation in Nov-Dec 2016. It is a must attend for Platinum Access candidates. RESPIRATORY TOP 100 is an important topic for upcoming NEET PG 2017. This article on NEET PG topic will cover some of the revision tips to achieve high scores in this area.

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