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Saturday, October 11, 2014

F.C.P.S Part-I Preparation Guide for Ophthalmology

F.C.P.S Part-I Preparation Guide for Ophthalmology

by Dr Omar Ashraf
F.C.P.S Resident Ophthalmology,

KEMU Class of 2006-11

First and the foremost get a copy of syllabus from cpsp. The syllabus/course content for topics to be prepared before you appear for Part-I in Eye.
Paper 1 is general (details below) and paper 2 eye-related.
1) Most important chunk of the whole exam is Eye anatomy. That is to be done from Snell's eye

Friday, October 10, 2014

F.C.P.S Part-I in Pathology - The Preparation Guide

F.C.P.S Part-I in Pathology - The Preparation Guide

Dr Remisha Zahid
KEMU Class of 2006-11

F.C.P.S Resident

Dept. Of Pathology ,

“Visual memory is very important in this field... There is no question that some people have a better ‘eye’ than others”. - Juan Rosai

I intend to give you a flavor of what pathology is about, before we reflect on the books that need to b crammed n jammed. Pathologists are medical scientists, and we do all the lab testing for doctors in the field. I am sure we all know the “importance” of urgent CBCs, RFTs, n LFTSs needed before the Professor’s morning round and the “Tissue Diagnosis” reports before “Adjuvant Therapies”. Well yes, a pathologist is not always the stool-urine guy, you can be the bacteria doc, the biochemical doc, the tissue diagnosis doc, or the blood n beyond doc, ie, a microbiologist, a chemical pathologist, a histopathologist or a haematologist respectively. N if you think you ve a better eye than others, and are ready to break the stereotypes, pathology is certainly for you.

Thursday, October 2, 2014

FCPS- I Preparation Guide for Radiology

FCPS- I  preparation for Radiology 

 Dr. Saba  (Kemu Class of 2006-11)
F.C.P.S Resident Radiology.

Anatomy is the key subject…paper two is whole anatomy..·         Grab netter page by page and word by word..
·         Take help from snell’s review for gross anatomy..
·         For neuro anatomy, portion of Kaplan anatomy can be used or a small book named high yield neuroanatomy is also good
·         Embryology is asked quite superficially but it is a part of paper,,it can be prepared from high yield embryology. Its an excellent book for it.
·         Histology is rarely asked.. take any local keybook and don’t waste more than 2 days on it.(Amir’s histology).DO NOTT FORGET TO DO ALL MCQS OF ANATOMY FROM MURAD ATLEAST THRICE…
This paper requires thorough anatomy study, relationships of different structures, courses of vessels and nerves, bony landmarks all are required in gross anatomy.. u can leave all muscular attachments word by word, but atleast learn the bony origins and insertions.

And prepare anatomy in the end as it is the most volatile subject, easily forgettable.

Monday, September 22, 2014

Pak Studies: Imp Topics

-Via seniors.

  • Past papers are a must.
  • Some of the points jotted down during Pak Studies lectures. Just to give an idea about what can be expected in the exam. (As per the instructions of Sir Yahya)
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