High-Yield Topics for Physiology : To help make your NEET PG preparations more fruitful, Career Media has come up with a list of high-yield topics for Physiology
Type of Questions asked in NEET PG ?
Based on the latest exam pattern, the following are the primary types of questions that you can expect in the upcoming exam:
1. Single best answer
2. Image-based questions
3. True or false type questions
High-Yield Topics For NEET PG in Physiology
General Physiology – Body fluid compartments, cell membrane composition, transport processes
Nerve Muscle – Classification of nerve fibers, injury to nerve fibers, sarcomere, changes during contraction, energy systems in muscle
CVS – conducting system, cardiac cycle (events, JVP, PV loops), ECG, Cardiac output, blood pressure (Measurement, regulation including Baroreceptors), regional circulations (esp coronary, capillary), cardiorespiratory changes in exercise
Respiratory system – Mechanics of breathing (surfactant, compliance, lung volumes & capacities, dead space), V/Q ratio, Gas transport (oxygen), Regulation of breathing (respiratory center, chemoreceptors), Hypoxia.
Kidney – JG apparatus, GFR (Starling’s forces), tubular functions , concentrated urine formation, micturition reflex, types of bladder, Acid-base physiology (buffer systems in the body)
GIT – Structure (ENS, BER, reflexes), motility, secretions (saliva, gastric juice, pancreatic juice, bile), GI hormones
Endocrine and reproduction – Pituitary, thyroid, adrenal cortex, pancreas (hormones and their disorders); Estrogen, testosterone, ovulation
CNS – Introduction (synapse, NTs) Sensory system (receptors, ascending tracts, pain) Motor system (descending tracts, cerebellum , basal ganglia, LMN, muscle spindle), higher functions (hypothalamus, sleep & EEG, hemispheres, learning and memory)
Special senses – Visual pathway, visual processes, organ of corti.
Environmental Physiology – Temperature (exposure to heat and cold), high and low barometric pressures, energy balance.
High-Yield Topics for Physiology