What is the deciding factor that motivates you to maintaining your energy, interest and adhering to the study plan?
The New Year’s resolution for Medical PG 2016: New Year can instil intense fire in the belly for candidates to change aspects of life. But how long is this likely to last?
Different people are motivated by different things when it comes to their medical PG preparation 2016-2017. Some chase results whilst others are specific about the speciality of medicine that they want to pursue their career. Some even would like to join a prestigious institution for their medical PG like AIIMS, NIMHANS, PGI or JIPMER. Hence goals that top candidates set are related to what motivates them for their medical PG preparation. The work that needs to be planned to back their dreams is higher with bigger targets. A majority of MBBS graduate doctors see themselves as clinicians and would like to improve their skills in a specific area of interest. Many are very talented clinicians but not as good when it comes to crossing the barriers of exams. It is truly an unfair world for many. It is important that you have you know what motivates you and remind yourself of your goal to not let your energy wane whilst preparing for a full year for exams like AIPGMEE 2017.
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HYT 055 – Vasculitis
There are 53 AIPGMEE MCQs, 33 AIIMS and 39 DNB CET MCQs for you to revise today with the keyword ‘Vasculitis’ on Platinum access.
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Which among the following is NOT a large vessel vasculitis?
Giant cell arteritis
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Ans. D, Polyarteritis nodosa
Polyarteritis nodosa is a medium vessel vasculitis.
Large vessel vasculitis affects the aorta and its major branches. The two major large vessel vasculitides are Takayasu’s arteritis and giant cell arteritis.
Takayasu’s arteritis most often involves the aorta and its major branches, although the pulmonary arteries may be affected.
Giant cell arteritis affects the aorta and its major branches; however, it has a much greater predilection for the extracranial branches of the carotid artery.
ALL of the following are small vessel vasculitis, EXCEPT:
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Ans. B. Kawasaki’s Disease
Kawasaki’s Disease is a medium vessel vasculitis. It is an acute febrile illness of childhood that is characterized by the mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome, which includes non suppurative lymphadenopathy, polymorphous erythematous rash, erythema of the oropharyngeal mucosa, erythema of the palms and soles, conjunctivitis, and indurative edema and desquamation of the extremities. It has a predilection for coronary arteries. Kawasaki’s disease usually is treated with aspirin and intravenous γ-globulin therapy.
ANCA is not associated with which of the following diseases?
Henoch Schonlein purpura
Churg Strauss syndrome
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Ans. B. Henoch Schonlein purpura
Wegener’s granulomatosis, microscopic polyangiitis and Churg strauss syndrome are ANCA associated vasculitides.
There are two types of ANCA
c-ANCA: Antibody against PR-3.
p-ANCA: Antibody against myeloperoxidase.
Patients with Wegener granulomatosis can have c-ANCA. Patients with microscopic polyarteritis and Churg-Strauss syndrome can have p-ANCA.
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How to use platinum access to cover High Yielding Topic (H-Y-T) 055: Vasculitis?
You can create a ‘MY TOPIC‘ in the study panel and name it‘Vasculitis AIPG’ or ‘Vasculitis AIIMS’. Use keyword search to create a HYT. Search for ‘Vasculitis’ and click create test. This will be saved a HYT for your future revision too. Get platinum access instant subscribe.
How to create HYTs on Study Panel for AIPGMEE, AIIMS PG and DNB exams?
Make sure you have selected AIIMS, AIPGMEE or DNB as package on Study Panel.
Step 1: On study panel click on My Topics (My Tests).
Step 2: Click Create New
Step 3: Give Test Name ‘Vasculitis AIPG’. Type under keyword filter ‘Vasculitis’. You have 53 questions today on Vasculitis for AIPGMEE alone. Do the same for AIIMS and DNB later.
Note: Keyword is Vasculitis
Step 4: Generate Exam will save your topic for future.
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This article is about your Medical PG New Year’s resolution for 2017. What motivates you to achieve has got be on your mind for a year long preparation for AIPGMEE 2017.