How do you study the NEET MDS syllabus? Do you cover one subject at a time, or do you master each topic simultaneously? As a Dental PG aspirant, it is important that you organize your study plan by focusing on the sections where you are struggling the most. You do not need to master everything in the NEET dental PG exam, but you should know which sections to improve upon. Hence, pick your battle carefully.
NEET MDS Clinical questions have recently gained significance in the Dental PG exams. You cannot gain a good rank in the NEET PG dental exam until you focus your energy on Dental Clinical MDS questions. PULP offers you ten Clinical NEET MDS MCQs from the subject – General Medicine to get high marks in high-yield areas of the exam.
Q 1. A man presents with fever, weight loss and cough. Montoux reads an induration of 17×19mm; sputum cytology is negative for AFB. Most likely diagnosis is:
Q 6. A child has complaint of brown pigmentation of the teeth and mother gives no history of any tetracycline medication during pregnancy; she gives history of severe illness during childhood & that require hospital administration; so same which of the following can cause?
Q 8. A 65-year-old man presents with a large dental abscess in the lower right quadrant. He suffers from polymyalgia rheumatica (PMR), for which he has recently been taking high-dose prednisolone. He has not taken his medication for the last 2 days, as he knows steroids ‘make infections worse’. He is profusely sweaty and looks extremely unwell. His current temperature is 39℃, and his blood pressure is 70/50 mmHg. His blood sugar is 2.9 mmol/L. What is the single most likely underlying cause for his presentation?
Q 9. A 65-year-old woman requires an extraction due to advanced periodontal disease. She suffers from stage 5 chronic kidney disease (CKD) and has hemodialysis three times a week. When is the single most appropriate time for the extraction?
Q 10. A 20 yr. old male presented with chronic constipation, headache & palpitations. On examination he had marfanoid habitus, neuroma of tongue, medullated corneal nerve fibres, & nodule of size in the corneal nerve fibres, nodule of size in the left lobe of thyroid gland. This patient is a case of:2×2cm& 2×2cm
If you want to achieve your goal of getting a high score in NEET MDS clinical questions, it is important that you practice questions from each topic as your make way to complete the whole syllabus. Solving clinical questions topic-wise can help you re-evaluate and re-prioritize your MDSprep as needed. Subscribe to PULP to learn new skills and methods to solve important NEET MDS Questions.