MRCP PART - 1

REGULAR COURSE

The highly interactive classes with SsBox, SsMnemonics and 24/7 Mentor Support via telegram group will fulfill all of your needs. Your mentor (Dr. Sumanta Kumer Saha) is always ready for personal counseling. You will be taken care by SsAcademy Full Team till your Exam

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Course Details

The total duration of this course is 6 months. The following facilities will be available in the course.

Course Schedule

A single class is divided into two seasons.

The following seasons are given below

Course Fees

Our mission is to provide the best quality medical education with a very convenient fees structure for every candidate.

Class Schedule

CategoryWeeksExam
Block-01  
01. Anatomy21
02. Question Discussion – Anatomy1
03. Biochemistry & Cell Biology11
04. Question Discussion – Biochemistry & Cell Biology1
05. Statistics & Epidemiology11
06. Question Discussion – Statistics & Epidemiology1
Block-02  
07. Embryology11
08. Question Discussion- Embryology1
09. Genetics11
10. Question Discussion – Genetics1
11. Physiology & Endocrinology21
12. Question Discussion – Physiology & Endocrinology1
13. Microbiology11
14. Question Discussion – Microbiology1
Block-03  
15. Immunology & Hematology, Medical Physics11
16. Question Discussion – Immunology & Hematology, Medical Physics1
17. Pharmacology11
18. Question Discussion – Pharmacology1
19. Reproductive & Fetomaternal11
20. Question Discussion – Reproductive & Fetomaternal1—-
21. Pathology & Homoeostasis11
21. Question Discussion – Pathology & Homoeostasis1
Total2411

Meet Your Mentor

Dr. Syeda Meherina Hossain

MBBS (Bangladesh Medical College), MRCOG (UK) Part-01 
MRCOG (UK) Part-02 Examinee
Mentor – MRCOG (UK) Part-01 Course | SsAcademy

 

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Course Contents

Your Mentor Dr. Syeda Meherina Hossain covers more than 800+ topics within 6 months. This Unique Course is designed with all Recent Guidelines, Exam Focused Notes & Discussions, Mock Test  which will help to memorize and get to understand all the topics properly.  

System Wise Topics List
Anatomy
SL Content
1 Pelvic Anatomy
2 Bones and ligaments
3 Greater Sciatic For a men
4 Fascia
5 Female Genitical Tract
6 Sperm & Testicular Anatomy
7 Testicular Anatomy Summery
8 Vascular Tree Arteries
9 Uterine Artery
10 Colon and Rectum Blood Supply
11 Vascular Tree Veins
12 Lymphatic System
13 Neuroanatomy
14 Brain
15 Broad & Round Ligaments
16 Cranial Nerves
17 Spinal Nerves
18 Peripheral Nerves
19 Autonomic Nerves
20 Endocine Anatomy
21 Urinary System
22 kidney
23 Ureters
24 Bladder
25 Urethra
26 Rectum
27 Pelvic Floor
28 Levator Ani
29 Abdomenal Wall
30 Ligaments, Canals and Fassae
31 Peritoneal Cavity
32 Trunk Surface Anatomy
33 Gastrointestinal Tract
34 Stomach
35 Duodenum
36 Small Intestines
37 Large Intestines
38 Anal Canal
39 Appendix
40 Portal Vein System
41 Meckel’s Divertculum
42 Accessory gastrointestinal and other organs
43 Biliary system
44 Pancreas
45 Spleen
46 Breasts
47 Thorax
48 Blood Vessels
49 Lungs
50 Nerves
51 The Heart
52 The Mediastinum
53 The Oesophagus
54 Diaphragm
55 Superior Extremity
56 Ulnar Nerve
57 Ulnar Nerve Injury at Wrist
58 Median Nerve
59 Radial Nerve
60 Autonomic Nervous System
61 Nerve Entrapment
62 Bones
63 Medial Malleolus
64 Ankle Joint
65 Foot Anatomy
66 Nerves in the Foot
67 Muscles
68 Femoral Canal
69 Gluteal Region
70 Trendelenburg Test
71 Femoral Triangle Anatomy
72 Sartorius
73 Fascial Compartments of the Leg
74 Popliteal Fossa
75 Adductor Canal
76 Medial Malleolus
77 Saphenous Vein
78 Nerves
79 Sciatic Nerve
80 Obturator Nerve
81 Tibial Nerve
82 Femoral Nerve
83 Superficial Peroneal Nerve
84 Deep Peroneal Nerve
85 Pudendal Nerve
86 Foot-Cutaneous Sensation
87 CNS
88 Cerebrospinal Fluid
89 Middle Meningeal Artery
90 PNS
91 Perineal Tear
92 Dermatomes
93 Head, Neck & Spine
94 Pharyngeal Arches
95 Bones
96 Foramina of the Skull
97 Vertebral Column
98 Anterior Triangle of the Neck
99 Circle of Willis
100 Middle Meningeal Artery
101 Brachiocephalic Artery
102 Common Carotid Artery
103 Cranial Venous Sinuses
104 Cavernous Sinus
105 Pituitary Gland
106 Thyroid Gland
107 Parathyroid Glands
108 Spinal Disorders
109 Lumber Puncture
110 Male Genital Tract
111 Scortum
112 Lymph Drainage
113 Fetal Skull
Biochemistry & Cell Biology
SL Content
114 Biochemistry & Cell Biology
115 Carbohydrates
116 FAT
117 Proteins
118 Examples of Proteins
119 Ions
120 Hormones
121 Cell Cycle
122 Steroids
123 Examples Of Abnormalities Of Steroidogenesis
124 Prostaglandins
125 Citric Acid
126 Glycogen
127 Lipid Synthesis & Oxidation
128 Fatty Acid Synthesis
129 Triglyceride Synthesis
130 Breakdown Of Triglycerides
131 Fatty Acid Oxidation
132 Starvation
133 Blood Gas Analysis
134 Enzymes & Digestion
135 Protein Digestion
136 Carbohydrate Digestion
137 Enzymes Properties & Kinetics
138 Nucleotides & Nuclieic Acid
139 Nucleic Acid Structure
140 Nutrition
141 Vitamins
142 Uric Acid & Urea
143 CELL BIOLOGY
144 Cell
145 Cell Structure
146 Cell Signaling
147 Cell Surface Receptors
148 Adrenergic Receptors
149 Acetylcholine Receptors
150 Intracellular Receptors
151 Intracellular Second Messengers
Statistics & Epidemiology

SL

Content

152

PROBABILITY  BASICS

153

DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS

154

Measures (Indices) of Central Ten

155

Normal Distribution

156

Dispersion of Data

157

INFERENTIAL STATISTICS

158

Generalizations from a Sample to the Population as a Whole

159

Confidence Intervals

160

Hypothesis Testing

161

Significance Testing

162

Interpretation

163

Types of Scales

164

SELECTING A STATISTICAL TEST

165

Epidemiology

166

Key Definitions

167

Types of Prevention

168

MEASURES OF MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY

169

Rates

170

SPECIFIC AND ADJUSTED RATES

171

Specific Rates

172

MEASURES OF MORBIDITY

173

VITAL STATISTICS AND RATES

174

Birth Rate

175

Fertility Rate

176

Mortality Rate

177

Infant Mortality Rate

178

Perinatal Mortality

179

Maternal Death

180

Case Fatality Rate (CFR)

181

Years Of Potential Life Lost And Survival Analysis

182

Survival Analysis

183

Understanding Screening Tests

184

Classic 2 × 2 Tables

185

Cells in the 2 × 2 Table

186

Measures of Screening

187

Sensitivity and Specificity

188

Screening Test Diagram

189

Study Designs

190

Observational Studies

191

Analyzing Observational Studies (measure of effect)

192

Experimental Studies

193

Study Designs : Bias In Research

194

Bias in Research

195

Types of Bias

196

Fibroids

197

Risk Factors for Fibroids

198

Ovarian Cancer Statistics

199

Uterine Cancer Statistics

Embryology

SL

Content

200

Embryogenesis

201

Germ Layers

202

Mesoderm

203

GI Tract Embryology

204

Osteoporosis Causes

205

Placenta and fetal membranes

206

General Facts

207

Placenta

208

Placental Hormone Production

209

Development of the Placenta

210

Fetal membranes

211

Placental disorders

212

Body cavities and diaphragm

213

Musculoskeletal system

214

Respiratory system

215

Cardiovascular system

216

The Heart

217

Venous drainage of the heart

218

Arterial system

219

Gastrointestinal system

220

General facts

221

Foregut

222

Midgut

223

Hindgut

224

Urinary system

225

Reproductive system

226

Reproductive development disorders

227

Nervous system

228

Spinal cord

229

Brain

230

Tongue

231

Face

232

Face and neck development

233

Eye development

234

Ear development

235

Spermatogenesis & Fertillization

236

Fetal Circulation

Genetics

SL

Content

237

Molecular Biology

238

Beta Thalassemia

239

Aortic Dissection

240

Turner Syndrome

241

Cellular Division and Replication

242

Inheritance

243

Chromosomal Abnormalities

244

Examples of Aneuplidies

245

Edward’s syndrome

246

Examples of structural chromosome abnormalities

247

Genetic Disorders

248

Types of genetic disorders

249

Examples of genetic disorders

250

Biopsy for Pre-Implantation Diagnosis

251

Muscular Dystrophy

252

Haemophilia

253

Lesch-Nyhan Syndrome

254

Prader-Willi Syndrome

255

Angelman Syndrome

256

Fragile X Syndrome

257

Gastric emptying

258

BRCA

259

Hemoglobinopathy

Physiology & Endocrinology

SL

Content

260

Acid-base Balance

261

Fluids

262

Acid-base Balance

263

Acid-base changes in pregnancy

264

Calcium Homeostasis

265

Calcium

266

Calcium regulatory hormones

267

Calcium disorders

268

Bone and osteoporosis

269

Calcium and pregnancy

270

Wound Healing

271

Heamoglobin

272

Cardiovascular system

273

Cardiac physiology

274

Blood vessels

275

Blood

276

Cardiovascular changes in pregnancy

277

Respiratory System

278

Respiratory tree

279

Mechanics of breathing

280

Respiratory function

281

Respiratory Physiology

282

Respiratory changes in pregnancy

283

Maternal and fetal oxygen transport

284

Digestive tract and nutrition

285

Digestive tract

286

Nutrition

287

GIT changes in pregnancy

288

Urinary system

289

Urinary tract

290

Urinary system changes in pregnancy

291

Female reproductive system

292

Folliculogenesis

293

Oogenesis

294

Reproductive cycle

295

Menarche and menopause

296

Male reproductive system

297

Masculoskeletal system

298

Muscles

299

Action potential

300

Neurotransmitters

301

Brain

302

Reflexes

303

Autonomic nervous system

304

Lymphatic system

305

Skin

306

Special senses

307

Fetal and Placental Tissues

308

Amniotic fluid

309

Fetal membranes

310

Fetal lungs

311

Fetal circulation

312

Placenta

313

Miscellaneous fetal facts

314

Physiological changes in pregnancy – quick glance

315

Uterine Growth

316

Metabolic Acidosis

317

Metabolic Acidosis With Normal Anion Gap

318

Metabolic Acidosis With High Anion Gap

319

Metabolic effects of acidosis

320

Metabolic Alkalosis

321

Fluid & Electrolyte Balance

322

Body water

323

Plasma

324

Regulation Of Body Water

325

Potassium Balance

326

Hyponatraemia

327

Hypercalcaemia

328

Hypocalcaemia

329

Bicarbonate Buffering System

330

Protein Buffers

331

Renal Tubular Hydrogen Ion Secretion

332

Renin

333

Angiotensin

334

Pregnancy

335

Normal Maternal & Fetal Values

336

Maternal

337

Fetal Values

338

Nutrition

339

Vitamins

340

Renal System

341

GI Tract

342

Cardiac Muscle

343

Cardiac Action Potential

344

Cardiac Cycle

345

Cardiac volumes

346

Conducting System Of The Heart

347

Plasma Proteins

348

Control Of Cardiac Output

349

Local Control Of Blood Flow

350

Pancreatic Juice

351

Anaemia

352

Macrocytic Anaemia

353

Haemolytic Anaemia

354

Thalassaemias

355

Beta Thalassaemia

356

Alpha Thalassaemia

357

Sickle Cell Syndrome

358

ABO Blood Group

359

Rhesus Blood Group

360

Transfusion Of Blood & Blod Products

361

Blood Use In Emergencies

362

Complications Of Blood Transfusion

363

Platelets

364

Coagulation

365

Natural Anticoagulants

366

Coagulation Studies

367

Physiology of Labour

368

Regions of the skull

369

Gas Diffusion Across Respiratory Membrane

370

Cardiovascular Physiology

371

Fetal & Neonatal Immunology

372

Pulmonary Function

373

Neonatal Jaundice

374

Physiological jaundice

375

Differentiating Physiological and Pathological Jaundice

376

Endocrine regulators of lactation

377

The third stage of labour

378

Physiology of the third stage

379

ENDOCRINOLOGY

380

Hormones

381

Sex hormones

382

Hypothalamic hormones

383

Pituitary gland hormones

384

Thyroid gland hormones

385

Adernal hormones

386

Adernal cortex

387

Adernal medulla

388

Kidney Function

389

Renin-angiotensin system

390

Pancreatic hormones

391

Endocrine diseases

392

Conn’s Syndrome

393

Puberty

394

Endocrine changes in pregnancy

395

Placental hormones

396

Labour

397

Puerperium and lactation

398

Puerperium

399

Fetal and neonatal endocrine

400

Ovulation and Endometrial cycle

401

Male reproduction

402

Sex steroids II

403

Sex steroids III

404

Steroid receptor

405

Pregnancy hormones I

406

Pregnancy hormones II

407

Menopause

408

Leptin

409

Arginine vasopressin

410

Corticosteroids

411

Aldosterone

412

Vitamin D, PTH and calcition

413

Catecholamines

414

Insulin, Glucagon, Somatost

415

Glucagon

416

Somatostatin

417

Modes of inheritance

Immunology & Hematology, Medical Physics

SL

Content

418

General immunology

419

Soluble mediators

420

Cellular mediators

421

Immunohistochemistry (IHC)

422

Immunological disorders

423

Immunology – pregnancy

424

B-cells & Antibodies

425

Antibodie

426

B-cells activation & antibody production

427

Immunity & Hypersensitivity

428

Graft Rejection

429

Hypersensitivity  reactions

430

Vaccination

431

Innate Immunity

432

Acute phase proteins & cytokines

433

Cells of the innate system

434

Complement System

435

Lymphocytes & MH

436

Antigen processing and presentation

437

Lymphocyte activation

438

Lymphocytes & Lymphoid Tissue

439

Major histocompatibility complex

440

Hematology

441

Anaemia

442

Haemolytic Anaemia

443

Complications of Blood Transfusion

444

Ultrasound

445

General facts of ultrasound

446

General facts about DopplerGe

447

Ultrasound Imaging Measurements in Non-Pregnant Pelvis

448

Ultrasound Imaging Measurements in Early pregnancy

449

Use of ultrasound in assessing fetal wellbeing

450

Examples of fetal abnormalities detected by ultrasound imaging

451

Invasive procedures

452

Ionizing Radiation

453

Radiation

454

X-radiation

455

Radiotherapy

456

Nuclear medicine and radioisotopes

457

Non-ionizing radiation

458

MRI (Magnetic resonance imaging)

459

Laser

460

Microwaves

461

Elecctrosurgery

462

Ionising Radiation and Pregnancy

463

Laser in Surgical Practice

464

Radioactivity

Microbiology

SL

Content

465

Bacteria

466

Examples of Gram-Positive Organisms

467

Examples of Gram-Negetive/Variable Organisms

468

Syphillis

469

Necrotizing Fasciitis

470

PID

471

Reiter’s Syndrome

472

Fungi

473

Protozoa

474

Epithelium Types

475

Viruses

476

Cytomeagalovirusz (CMV)

477

Herpes Simplex virus

478

Varicella Zoster

479

Rubella

480

Parvovirus

481

HIV

482

Human papillomavirus (HPV)

483

Hepatitis virus Opts

484

HTLV

485

Antibiotics 1

486

Antibiotics 2

487

Antibiotics 3

488

Anti-fungal and Anti-Viral Agents

489

Infection Control

490

Bacterial Toxins

491

Gram Positive Bacteria

492

Gram Negetive Bacteria

493

MRSA

494

Mycobacteria

495

Toxoplasma Gondii

496

Transmission

497

Zoonoses & Schistosomiasis

498

Bv, Trichomonas & Candida

499

Chlamydia & Gonorrhoea

500

Congenital Infections

501

Spirochaetes

502

Hepatitis

503

HPV,HIV

504

Influenza and H1N1

505

Prion Disease

506

Rubella, Parvovorus

507

Incubation Periods

508

Compartment Syndrome

509

Wound Healing

510

Problem with scars

511

Herpes Simplex Encephalitis

512

Radial Nerve

513

Pancreas

Pharmacology

SL

Content

514

General principles

515

Pharmacology in pregnancy

516

Abortion

517

Breast Feeding

518

Analgesics

519

Antibiotics

520

General Facts

521

Example of antibiotics

522

Antifungals

523

Antivirals

524

Antimalarial drugs

525

Uterotonics

526

Tocolytics

527

Antihypertensive agents in pregnancy

528

Antiepileptic drugs

529

Anticoagulants

530

Gastrointestinal agents

531

Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease drugs

532

Antiemetics

533

Laxatives and antidiarrhoeals

534

Anti-inflammatory and immune modulators

535

Endocrine agents

536

Drugs used in gynaecology

537

Hormone therapy

538

Contraceptives

539

General facts about contraceptives

540

COCP

541

Progesterone-only contraception

542

Intrauterine coils

543

Emergency contraception

544

Cardiovascular & Renal Pharmacology

545

Anti-Coagulants

546

Cardiac drugs

547

Diuretics

548

Chemotherapy

549

Alkylating agents

550

Platinum agents

551

Taxanes

552

Topotecan & antimetabolites

553

Molar Pregnancy & Choriocarcinoma

554

Contraception & Sexually transmitted infections

555

Combined Contraceptives

556

Contraception Starting & stopping

557

Intra-uterine contraception & Persona

558

Mifepristone

559

Post-coital contraception

560

Progestogen-only Contraceptives

561

Progestogen Only Sub-Dermal Implants

562

Drug Interaction & Adverse Effects

563

Hormonal Contraceptives: Drug Interactions

564

Mechanism Of Drug Interactions

565

Drugs and the bladder

566

Drugs acting on the bladder

567

Endocrine Pharmacology

568

Glucocorticoids, Androgens, Thyroid

569

Histamine & 5ht Antagonists

570

Oestrogens & Progestogens

571

Pituitary Pharmacology

572

Prostaglandins

573

Menstrual disorders & Infertility

574

Drug treatment for menorrhagia

575

Pharmacological treatment of Hirsutism

576

Medical Treatment Of Endometriosis / Chronic Pelvic Pain

577

Drug Treatment For Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

578

Neuromuscular Pharmacology

579

Adrenergic Drugs

580

Cholinergic drugs

581

Local Anaesthetics

582

Neuro-Pharmacology

583

Anaesthetics

584

Anxiolytics, Anti-Depressants & Anti-Pstchotic

585

Duloxetine

586

Opiates & Paracetamol

587

Pregnancy-specific Drugs

588

Antenatal Corticosteroids Key Points

589

Anti-D Immunoglobulin

590

Anti-hypertensive Drugs

591

Magnesium Sulphate

592

Prescribing in Pregnancy

593

Fetal & Neonatal Drug Effects

594

Principles of therapeutics in Pregnancy

595

Psychiatric drugs & Pregnancy

596

Tocolytics, Uterotonics & Analgesics

597

Oxytocin, Ergometrine & Carbetocin

598

Oxytocic Agents

599

Oxytocic Agents Key Points

600

Prostaglandins & NO donors

601

Tocolytics

Reproductive & Fetometarnal

SL

Content

602

Dysmenorrhoea

603

Primary dysmenorrhoea

604

Secondary dysmenorrhoea

605

Emergency contraception

606

Emergency hormonal contraception

607

Intrauterine device (IUD

608

Hypertension in pregnancy

609

Urinary incontinence

610

Urinary tract infection in adults

611

Vaginal discharge

612

Bacterial vaginosis

613

Trichomonas vaginalis

614

HIV and pregnancy

615

Combined oral contraceptive pill

616

Advantages/disadvantages

617

Special situations

618

Contraindications

619

Missed pill

620

Post-partum contraception

621

Antepartum haemorrhage

622

Placental abruption

623

Placenta praevia

624

Implantable contraceptives

625

Progestogen only pill

626

Types of POP

627

Advantages/disadvantages

628

Counseling

629

Type

630

Missed pill

631

Contraindications

632

Rhesus negative pregnancies

633

Prevention

634

Tests

635

Affected fetus

636

Menopause

637

Menopause: management

638

Genital warts

639

Features

640

Management

641

Genital wart treatment

642

Graft survival

643

Some basic points on the HLA system

644

Post-op problems

645

Causes of chronic graft failure

646

Epilepsy

647

Epilepsy: pregnancy and breast

648

feeding

649

Pregnancy diabetes

650

Complications

651

Mellitus

652

Hyperemesis gravidarum

653

Associations

654

Complications

655

Hepatitis B and pregnancy

656

Basics

657

Infertility

658

Causes

659

Interpretation of serum progestogen

660

Alpha-Feto-Protein (AFP)

661

Preterm birth

662

Uterine fibroids

663

Associations

664

Features

665

Complications

666

Amenorrhoea

667

Causes of primary amenorrhoea

668

Causes of secondary amenorrhoea

669

Initial investigations

670

Menstrual Cycle

671

HPV vaccination

672

Antenatal care

673

Antenatal care: timetable

674

Antenatal care: specific points

675

Breast feeding problems

676

Mastitis

677

Epilepsy: pregnancy and breast feeding

678

Contraindications

679

Quick comparison breast feeding drugs

680

Pre-eclampsia

681

Risk factors

682

Features of severe pre-eclampsia

683

Ovarian cancer

684

Risk factors

685

Clinical features

686

Pregnancy: thyroid problems

687

Hypothyroidism

688

Thyrotoxicosis

689

Antibiotics

690

Other drugs

691

Injectable contraceptives

692

Adverse effects

693

Gilbert’s syndrome

694

Features

695

Investigation and management

696

Menorrhagia

697

Gestational trophoblastic disorders

698

Malaria: prophylaxis

699

Ovarian enlargement

700

Premenopausal women

701

Postmenopausal women

702

Sodium valproate

703

Antiphospholipid syndrome

704

Contraceptive Choices for Young People

705

Legal and ethical issues

706

The Fraser Guidelines

707

Sexual Transmitted Infections (STIs)

708

Choice of contraceptive

709

HIV and pregnancy

710

Factors

711

Screening

712

Antiretroviral therapy

713

Mode of delivery

714

Neonatal antiretroviral therapy

715

Infant feeding

716

Breech presentation

717

Risk factors for breech presentation

718

Ultrasound in pregnancy

719

Post-partum haemorrhage (PPH)

720

Primary PPH

721

Secondary PPH

722

Breast cancer

723

Breast cancer: screening

724

Familial breast cancer

725

Quickcomparison: Riskfactos: female cancers

726

Semen analysis

727

Normal semen results

728

Prescribing in pregnant patients

729

Causes

730

DVT/PE investigation

731

DVT/PE Overview

732

Ovarian

733

Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome

734

Polycystic ovarian syndrome

735

Premature ovarian failure

736

Amniocentesis

737

Endometrial cancer

738

The risk factors

739

Features

740

Investigation

741

Hormone replacement therapy

742

Adverse effects

743

Side-effects

744

Potential complications

745

Breast cancer

746

Chickenpox exposure in pregnancy

747

Cervical cancer

748

Risk factors

749

Interpretation of results

750

Cervical cancer screening

751

Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)

752

The most common cause

753

Features

754

Investigation

755

Complications

756

Chlamydia

757

Features

758

Potential complications

759

Investigation

760

Screening

761

Treatment

762

Intrauterine contraceptive devices

763

Effectiveness

764

Counselling

765

Potential problems

766

Contraceptives

767

Puerperal pyrexia

768

Endometrial cancer

769

Typically painless vaginal bleeding

770

Complete hydatidiform mole

771

Recurrent miscarriage

772

Breast cancer: referral

773

Urgent referrals

774

Non-urgent referrals

775

Down’s syndrome risk

776

Oligohydramnios

777

Endometriosis

778

Consent: children

779

Gillick or Fraser

780

Sterilisation

781

Male sterilisation

782

Female sterilisation

783

Cervical ectropion

784

Biophysical profile

785

Breast disorders

786

Kallman’s syndrome

787

Androgen insensitivity syndrome

788

Klinefelter’s syndrome

Pathology & Homoeostasis

SL

Content

789

Inflammation

790

Acute inflammation

791

Chronic inflammation

792

Cellular adaptation

793

Cell injury

794

Response to cell injury

795

VTE in Pregnancy

796

Wound healing

797

Neoplasia

798

Coagulation

799

Coagulation system

800

Coagulation abnormalities

801

Sepsis

802

Shock

803

Disorders of the genital tract

804

Cervical pathology

805

Uterinepathology

806

PCOS

807

Ovarian tumours

808

Vulval and vaginal pathology

809

Disorders in pregnancy

810

Pathology – specific blood tests

811

General Pathology

812

GI Pathology

813

Growth & Differentiation

814

Inflammation

815

Necrosis & Apoptosis

816

Neoplasia I

817

Thrombosis

818

Ovary & Fallopian Tubes

819

Functional Ovarian Cysts

820

Hereditary Breast & Ovarian Cancer

821

Non-Epithelial Ovarian Tumours

822

Scientific Basis of Disease

823

Diagnosis of Miscarriage & Ectopic pregnancy

824

Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding

825

Haemolytic Disease

826

Pre-eclampsia

827

Uterus

828

Endometrial Hyperplasia & Carcinoma

829

Endometriosis & Fibroids

830

Endometritis & Polyps

831

The Endometrium

832

Vulva & Cervix

833

Cervix

834

Vulva & Vagina

Frequently Asking Questions (FAQ)

Study Materials

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Mock Test

SsAcademy offer you an Advacned Revision Course along with Your Regular Course for Exam Practice. This Advacned Revision couse is based on the Mock Exam with all updated Questions. SsAcademy charge a nominal price for this mock test series.

Question Bank

SsAcademy provides you two sets of Question Banks. Which are Pasttest & OnExam. SsAcademy only charge for Printing Cost of this Question Bank. Here printing cost is 5,500 BDT for OnExam and 6,500 BDt for Pastest.

Miss Classes

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Application Procedure For MRCP Part - 1 Exam

 SsAcademy will help you in MRCP Exam Application. Not only that the full team of SsAcademy will be ready to help you in any ways till your final exam. Your sucess is our desination.

What kind of regular courses are offered in SsAcademy?

MRCP, MRCS, MRCOG & MRCPCH

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Is the course conducted in Campus or Virtually?

Attending classes on campus or via (Zoom) online, both are available. You can choose any medium at your convenience. (There may be area-specific variations)

Can I talk directly with the mentor?

Yes, After enrolling in the course, you can directly discuss study topics or guidelines with your mentor in the Telegram group or during class.

If admitted here, what study materials do I need to buy ?

If you admit to any regular course, you will get the lecture notes in book form. Besides, you can buy a specific question bank from us separately, for practice. Except for this, you do not need to buy or subscribe to any other study materials.

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What Our Candidates Say
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The Best Lecture Materials are the most important things of success in MRCP. Sir is the best mentor I have ever seen. Simple tips & tricks, note taking is very helpful for quick rivision before exam. 

Fatema Hossain Anannya

Fatema Hossain Anannya
Dhaka Medical College Hospital

The lectures’ Notes are so organized that someone can easily take preparation for MRCP. I did both part 1 & part 2 online classes. I also did ADR. I did an exam here before my main exam which help me a lot. 

Dr.-Rowja-Siddika-Khan

Dr. Rowja Siddika Khan 
Rajshahi Medical College

The number of tips helped me reach my goal of completing part 1. The Ss-Box helped me cover such as huge syllabus in such a short time. I definitely recommend  MRCP  Course at SsAcademy.

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Dr. Khan MD Ali Arif 
Hebei Medical University (China)