Suggested Books To Read During Your General Surgery Residency (Read More)
Bailey & Love's Surgery, 27th Edition Surgery Essence by Pritesh Singh (PGMEE) Sabiston's Textbook of Surgery
Farquharson's Textbook of Operative General Surgery, 10th Edition Surgery Sixer for NBE by Rajamahendran Surgery PreTest Self-Assessment and Review, Thirteenth Edition
Top Surgical Oncology Hospitals in India based on the choices made by candidates in the NEET Superspeciality counselling 2019


Top Surgical Oncology Hospitals in India based on the choices made by candidates in the NEET Superspeciality counselling 2019

S No Hospital Top Rank Last Rank No Of Seats Degree
1 Tata Memorial Center, Mumbai 2 40 24 M.CH. Surgical Oncology
2
Kilpauk Medical College, Chennai
1 87 4 M.CH. Surgical Oncology
3
B.J Medical College, Ahmedabad
11 72 10 M.CH. Surgical Oncology
4
Kidwai Memorial Institute of Oncology, Bangalore
28 67 8 M.CH. Surgical Oncology
5
Acharya Harihar Regional Cancer Centre, Cuttack
36 90 2 M.CH. Surgical Oncology
6 Regional Cancer Centre, Thiruvananthapuram 37 73 6 M.CH. Surgical Oncology
7 Kidwai Memorial Institute of Oncology, Bangalore 28 67 8 M.CH. Surgical Oncology
8 Osmania Medical College 50 60 3 M.CH. Surgical Oncology
9 Institute of Medical Sciences Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi 58 83 5 M.CH. Surgical Oncology
10 Sri Venkateswara Institute of Medical Sciences, Tirupati 63 78 2 M.CH. Surgical Oncology
11 King Georges Medical University, LUCKNOW 66 89 3 M.CH. Surgical Oncology
12 Cancer Institute WIA, Adyar, Chennai 71 105 5 M.CH. Surgical Oncology
13 Dr. Bhubaneshwar Borooah Cancer Institute, Guwahati 81 113 3 M.CH. Surgical Oncology
14 Manipal Hospital 98 Rustum Bagh, Airport Road, Bangalore - 17 Karnataka 86 292 2 DNBSS Surgical Oncology
15 S.M.S. MEDICAL COLLEGE, JAIPUR 93 112 4 M.CH. Surgical Oncology
16 Ram Manohar Lohia Institute of Medical Sciences, Lucknow 101 NA 1 M.CH. Surgical Oncology
17 Madurai Medical College, Madurai 102 123 4 M.CH. Surgical Oncology
18 Coimbatore Mdical College, Coimbatore 114 NA 1 M.CH. Surgical Oncology
19 Madras Medical College, Chennai 115 118 2 M.CH. Surgical Oncology
20 ST. Johns Medical College, Bangalore 116 NA 1 M.CH. Surgical Oncology




  • Induction of apoptosis is either death receptor
    dependent (extrinsic pathway) or independent (intrinsic pathway) 

  • The two best understood death receptor pathways are the Fas receptor and death receptor 5 that bind the extracellular Fas ligand and TRAIL, respectively. (MCQ)

  • Cytochrome c is directly involved in the activation of caspase 9, which activates caspase 3, which then leads to apoptosis (MCQ) 

  • Angiogenesis inhibitors are associated with specifc
    tissues or circulate in the blood. These are interferon-α, thrombospondin, tumstatin, canstatin, endostatin, and angiostatin. (MCQ) 

  • Most telling are the results of clinical studies with the anti-VEGF antibody bevacizumab (Avastin), the first angiogenesis inhibitor approved by the Food and Drug Administration for treatment of colon cancer. Bevacizumab signifcantly prolongs the survival of patients with advanced cancer. (MCQ)


Hello sir

I have recently finished DNB Ortho and i have also cleared MRCS Part A. Planning to go for Part B in 2019. Sir I was wondering if u could tell me about prospects of getting training posts in Singapore. As I hear it is difficult to get one in the UK.

I read on your page 'World Surgery Forum' that one of the countries where MRCS may have recognition is Singapore. But I am unable to find much info about the system etc there

Please help ... Thank you!



International Medical Graduates can take following routes to practice in Singapore 

Indian Graduates from following Medical Colleges can apply for fellowships directly without giving any exams:
  1. All-India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi 
  2. Christian Medical College, Vellore 
  3. Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), Pune 
  4. Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research (JIPMER), Puducherry
  5. Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi
  6. Grant Medical College, Mumbai
  7. St. John’s Medical College, Bangalore
  8. Madras Medical College, Chennai
If you are not from any of these 8 colleges in India, then the next option is having a recognized medical qualification from any of these countries: UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, US and Canada. Thus MRCS is one qualification which you can obtain in India and it makes you eligible to apply for fellowships/ jobs in Singapore.

Singapore is not very conducive for foreign doctors from developing countries to become consultant grade but they have several gaps in the system for which they need doctors from India, Bangladesh, Philippines, Indonesia, etc to work as Medical Officers.

Following is a typical job description posted on a job website based in Singapore:

Job Description
Responsibilities
Responsible for providing care to patients in the clinics/ hospitals with acute and/ or chronic illnessesCardiology or Cardio Thoracic discipline Choice of other disciplines availableFull time or part time employment
Requirements
Min Singapore Medical Council Recognized Medical Degree (MBBS)At least 3 to 5 years' experience as a Medical Officer after housemanshipApplicants with MRCP or MRCS are strongly encouraged to apply. Salary package comes with good remuneration, relocation & housing allowances

Another description of requirements as posted on website of Singapore General Hospital

Residents: Requirements/ PrerequisiteSuccessful candidates may be offered 1 to 2 years contract.
Candidate must possess basic Medical Degree and relevant post-graduate qualification, such as M Med, MRCP, MCEM, MRCS or equivalent.
Recognised by the Singapore Medical Council
Minimum 5 years of post-housemanship experience


Other Links to read regarding Clinical Fellowships in Singapore after MRCS.

https://www.quora.com/How-should-one-practice-in-Singapore-as-a-doctor-after-completing-post-graduation-in-India

https://www.wisdomjobs.sg/job-listings-medical-doctor-mrcp-mrcs-sing-singapore-central-5-to-7-years-880251

https://www.sgh.com.sg/careers/roles/medical/pages/career-opportunities.aspx











Subaxial Cervical Spine Trauma: Diagnosis and Management
  • Common cause of disability 
  • Most common causes:
    –  RTA, Fall, Penetrating trauma, Sports 
  • Highly prone to traumatic injury:
    • Mobile, relatively unprotected, and its high position 
    • 60% of all spinal injuries occur in the cervical spine 
    • Subaxial cervical spine injuries include:
      • 2/3rd of all cervical fractures
      • 75% of all cervical dislocations 
  • One third of injuries occur at the level of C2, and one half of injuries occur at the level of C6 or C7.
For more details, check out the PowerPoint above.

Choices:

  1. Streptococcus agalactiae 
  2. Hemophilus influenza 
  3. Staphylococcus epidermiditis 
  4. Neisseria meningitidis

Explanations:

  • The most common organisms for neonatal meningitis is streptococcus agalactiae 
  • Hemophilus influenza was the most common organism before the introduction of vaccination 
  • Neisseria meningitidis is most common in adults 
  • Staphylococcus epidermidis is responsible for 75 percent of shunt related meningitis