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Anatomy is a subject taught in the 1st Prof of MBBS and candidates hardly retain few glimpses from the subject by the time they complete their final Prof.

Also, time for FMGE prep is limited and wasting a lot of time per subject is not recommended. Nobody can afford to cover the entire Anatomy syllabus owing to time constraints.

Under such circumstances, the best strategy to get through the FMGE exam is Selective Study.

This article will bring forth the Important Topics of Anatomy. One general tip that we can suggest for all the topics is that you must never miss nerve supply, arterial supply and venous drainage of any region.

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Important Topics of Anatomy

I. Head and Neck

Head and Neck is a substantial and vast topic.

Important Topics of Head and Neck

  • Cavernous Sinus
  • Boundaries of Cavernous Sinus
  • Structures passing through cavernous sinus
  • Tributaries
  • Drain channels

Make sure to prepare Head and Neck thoroughly since questions are frequently asked from this topic.

 

II. Upper Limb 

Important topics of Upper Limb

  • Details about the Region of Shoulder Joint, particularly the Muscles (Insertion, Action, Nerve Supply)
  • Brachial Plexus
  • Axillary Artery
  • Dermatomes of upper and lower limb

You can also download the list of most important topics for FMGE preparation.

 

III. Abdomen

Abdomen is a very important section from FMGE perspective. This is a topic which must be on your priority list while preparing Anatomy.

Lay special emphasis to Perineum while preparing Abdomen. Questions are frequently asked from topics such as Urethra, Ureter and Pudendal canal.

 

IV. Thorax

The Most Important Topics of this section include Blood Supply of the Heart & Structures Passing through Diaphragm.

Further, Subclavian is the most substantial artery from this section.

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V. Embryology

While preparing Embryology, you must lay emphasis on the Derivatives of all individual ridges.

Important Topics in Embryology

  • Neural Crest Derivatives
  • Branchial Arches Derivatives
  • Embryology of Orbit

Make sure to prepare Embryology thoroughly since at least 2 questions are asked from Embryology in every FMGE exam.

 

VI. Osteology

You must keep a selective approach for preparing Osteology and need not prepare the entire syllabus.

Important Topics of Osteology

  • Types of Joints
  • Sphenoid Bone
  • Orbital Bone
  • Lateral Wall of Nose
  • Middle Ear Anatomy

 

VII. Histology

You must keep a selective approach while preparing Histology. Emphasize on topics such as:

  • Types of Epithelium
  • Derivatives of Different Types of Epithelium

Prepare these two topics thoroughly since questions are frequently asked from these topics.

Also read: 3 Month Revision Plan for FMGE

 

Final Word of Advice

You must not refer to BDC or Grey’s Anatomy while preparing for FMGE.

Refer to ACROSS or any other high-quality MCQ book and use an Atlas for Reference.

Also read:

How to Prepare Gynecology & Obstetrics for FMGE

How to Prepare Pharmacology for FMGE

 

We are hopeful that this article would surely enlighten you with the Tips to Prepare Anatomy for FMGE.

Stay Tuned for the latest FMGE updates!

Best Wishes!

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