This completely illustrated book, written by Meenakshi Bothra Gupta Apurv and Taruna Mehra, provides an interesting and reader-friendly approach to theoretical themes in pediatrics. To aid idea comprehension, the book combines bright, high-resolution graphics with appropriate text.
The following are some of the book’s key features:
Pretexts have been updated in each chapter to contain high-yield points, mnemonics, and flow diagrams. These concise explanations aid in concept memory.
For enhanced organization and convenience of reading, the content is separated into three sections: General Pediatrics, Neonatology, and Systemic Pediatrics.
MCI/FMGE Exam Relevance: MCI/FMGE exam topics and questions are clearly labeled with the letter “M” for easy identification and revision.
Over 500 fully colored images are included to prepare students for the image-based questions seen in the current exam format.
Recent Updates: The book includes the most recent advances and suggestions in pediatrics, which are frequently used as exam questions.
Comprehensive MCQs: With over 3000 MCQs, the book includes updated NBE-pattern questions up to January 2020, AIIMS questions up to November 2019, PGI & JIPMER questions up to December 2019, and other exam trends.
Answers are supported by detailed explanations that allude to common textbooks, with in-depth explanations for problematic MCQs, including alternate debates and eliminations of incorrect answers to build analytical abilities.
Annexures: These high-yield annexures contain developmental stages, critical aspects of major metabolic illnesses, prominent genetic syndromes, a list of “Most Commons,” and more.
Online Resource: The author is available online at https://www.facebook.com/groups/Pediatricsmadeeasy, where he answers pediatrics-related questions, provides updates, revises exams, and provides self-assessment.
This book is an excellent resource for final-year undergraduate students as well as those preparing for various PGMEEs, MCI/FMGE exams, and DM entrance exams, as it provides complete treatment of pediatrics-related topics in an MCQ format.