Physiology for NEET PG
Physiology is one of the key conceptual subjects for NEET PG preparations. Students can expect around 17 MCQs directly from this subject in the entrance exam. In addition, this high-yield subject overlaps with many clinical & paraclinical subjects, including medicine, pathology and pharmacology. Therefore, developing a solid understanding of the subject is critical for success in the NEET PG exam.
NerveThere are multiple bundles of nerve fiber in the cross-section of any peripheral nerve of the body. These bundles of nerve fibers are called...
Resting Condition of the LungsThe resting condition of the lungs means when the breath is held at the end of normal expiration. When the breath i...
Hormones have an incredible regulatory effect and can lead to physical and mental changes in the body. Mechanisms of Hormone Actions is a crucial...
How Does PrepLadder Make Physiology Learning Easy for Students?
From clear and comprehensible PrepNotes to engaging video lectures, PrepLadder offers many valuable resources for seamless Physiology preparation. Besides, all our study content is developed with a focus on increased knowledge retention. You can leverage treasures for a quick topic recap and custom modules to learn at your convenience. Plus, you can also leverage our extensive QBank of the latest exam pattern-based MCQs, IBQs and clinical questions.
Meet our Physiology Faculty
Dr. Soumen Manna, our Physiology faculty, is MBBS, MD from Nil Ratan Sircar Medical College, Kolkata, and All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Delhi, respectively. He has authored the best-seller book, “Review of Physiology”. His teaching experience comprises a period of over 12 years during which he has mentored thousands of medical aspirants and elevated their Physiology preparation.
Fetal circulation works differently than adult circulation.The organ that grows and implants in the mother's uterus during pregnancy is the placenta,
Amyloidosis is an uncommon illness in which your body's proteins alter or mutate, resulting in twisted clumps of misfolded proteins that accumulate in
The rare disorder known as tetralogy of Fallot is caused by a congenital (present at birth) combination of four heart anomalies. These structural issu