Urology for NEET-SS Surgery Preparation
There is heavy competition to reach the top spot of Urology. This is becuase once you put on the hat of MCh. Urology it gives you the chance to design your life however you want. Urology surgeons get the opportunity to work on the latest cutting-edge research techniques and engage in life-saving transplants. It is an immensely fulfilling line of work.
A 65-year-old male has come for the evaluation after a few episodes of blood in urine in the past few days. There is no painful or burning urinat...
An injury to the urinary tract or reproductive organs. Upper urinary tract- Renal , Ureteric and Lower urinary tract- Bladder, Urethra, Genitali...
DEFINITION OF ORGAN TRANSPLANTAn organ transplant is a surgical operation in which a failing or damaged organ in the human body is removed and re...
How does PrepLadder make Urology learning easy for students?
With PrepLadder you get access to engaging and comprehensive video lectures that make it easy for you to get familiar with the topic. Nexty, it’s simple and subject-wise coloured notes help you study in a structured manner. It also has high-yield QBanks, Mock Tests, and detailed performance analysis that ensure continuous progress every day. Best of all, it has India’s leading medical faculty who, along with the study tools, make learning a simple and easy process for all.
Meet our Urology Faculty
Dr. Pritesh Singh, a graduate from Maulana Azad Medical College and postgraduate from Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi, India, is an excellent teacher and has been taking awe-inspiring classes in various countries Since 2009. He is a renowned educationist and author of Surgery Essence, which needs no introduction, and AIIMS Essence, and DPG entrance examination books.
Preparing for the NEET SS exam can feel like navigating a maze, but fear not! We have got the perfect strategy to help you gauge your readiness by giv
A 65-year-old male has come for the evaluation after a few episodes of blood in urine in the past few days. There is no painful or burning urination.
1. A 49-year-old woman presents to the clinic with concerns about a palpable mass in her left breast. The mass has been gradually increasing in size o