About ENT for NEET PG
ENT carries a fair weightage of 10 questions in the NEET PG Examination. Thus, as a part of devising the preparation strategy for the NEET PG exam, there are two things that are very important – decoding the syllabus and churning out important topics. Practice as many image-based questions from ENT as possible.
Meniere's disease is a problem with the inner ear that can lead to vertigo attacks and hearing loss. Meniere's illness typically only affects one...
Vocal cord paralysis is a medical condition in which the ability to control the muscles that control the movement of vocal cords is lost. In voca...
Glomus tumor is a tumor originating from the para-ganglionic cells. Para ganglionic cells are the cells of the sympathetic nervous system and are...
How does PrepLadder make ENT learning easy for students?
PrepLadder’s study material is curated in such a manner that it caters to all kinds of learning and understanding pace for NEET PG ENT preparation. The video lectures from India’s Top Medical PG faculty are extremely engaging and exceptionally insightful. In addition to that, Treasures help to remember the important information from any particular topic.
Meet our ENT Faculty
Dr. Vyshnavi Bommakanti is MBBS from Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences Karnataka and DNB in ENT. She has done her Fellowship in skull base surgeries and advanced rhinology from the University of Graz Austria and Bombay Hospital Bombay. She is a full-time ENT surgeon by profession, an educator by passion and a researcher by heart. She has more than 25 articles published in international journals and has authored Snoring and Sleep Apnoea. Get ready to elevate your ENT preparation under her guidance.
Fetal circulation works differently than adult circulation.The organ that grows and implants in the mother's uterus during pregnancy is the placenta,
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