Oncology is preffered by many surgeons. It is a dynamic branch .Mch Surgical Oncology exams are now CBT (Computer Based Exams) conducted by NBE. NMC  has made MS Surgery candidates eligible for various NEET Superspeciality course. The entrance to any Superspeciality course in India is by NEET SS Exams. The competition is moderate and many MS Candidates have inclination for Mch Oncology. The pattern of examinations has changed and so has competition. The examination is more challenging now. Mch aspirants need to be fully updated about the same. 

Our Experts are in constant review of Exams along with the Students.

  • What has been recently asked
  • What are the Examiners Favorites
  • What is most likely to be asked
  • What , How and When should we start Preparing


These Questions are always at the mind of a MS Aspirant preparing for Surgical Oncology. The problem with most aspirants is time. One would love to study Relevant Topics from 

  • Sabiston
  • Schwartz, Bailey and Love
  • S Das
  • Oxford Handbook of Surgical Oncology
  • Principles and Practices of Oncology
  • Andersons Pathology
  • Diagnostic Histopathology of Tumors
  • Robbins
  • Cecil

But one really doesn’t have time.

We have seen Questions asked from

  • Questions based on Colon Cancers, HNPCC, Polyposis Syndromes , Carcinoid tumor, Somatostatinomas, ZES, Insulinomas, Glucagonomas
  • Questions based on Drugs like Adriamycin, Asparginase, Bortezomib, Doxorubicin, Etanidazole, Etoposide
  • Questions Based on Tumor markers CA-125, PSA, AFP, Beta microglobulin. LDH , CA-19, Carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA)
  • Questions based on Latest Developments of Hepatocellular cancer, Intestinal metaplasia, Lifraumens Syndrome, Lynch Syndrome, BCC, Squamous Cell cancers of Skin, Merkel Cell Cancers , Melanoma
  • Questions on Bony Tumours ,Osteoclastoma, Osteoid Osteoma, Osteosarcoma
  • Questions on Management:


Treatment Protocols

  • Surgical Interventions
  • Chemotherapy
  • Radiotherapy


Mch Surgical Oncology Question Pattern


A 66 year old presents with Ipsilateral hearing loss tinnitus, headache, vertigo. The ENT Surgeon notices facial weakness . Most likely the patient is having :

  1. Oligodendroglioma
  2. Cerebellar hemangioblastoma
  3. Acoustic neuroma
  4. Craniopharyngioma



Mch Surgical Oncology Question Pattern


In a Group of Patients (Children)  with Tumors, Tumor Cells were found to have  S 100 and  CD1a Positivity . Most Likely   Tumors are  :


  1. Wilms Tumor
  2. ALL
  3. Neuroblastoma
  4. Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis


Mch Surgical Oncology Question Pattern


Abnormalities of DNA or chromosomal repair are not uncommon.  Several Affected individuals exhibit abnormal DNA repair or increased frequencies of chromosomal breakage. Example of such a disease is:


  1. Lofgrens Syndrome
  2. Christian Weber Syndrome
  3. Tuberous Sclerosis
  4. Ataxia telangiectasia





Mch Surgical Oncology Question Pattern


Over Expression of  FGF 3 is characteristic of Certain Malignancies. Among the Choices Mentioned below  Overexpression  of FGF 3 is sen in

  1. Hepatocellular Carcinoma
  2. Melanoma
  3. Neurofibroma
  4. Rhabdomyosarcoma


Mch Surgical Oncology Question Pattern


A 65  year old man has  clear cell type renal cancer with cerebellar hemangiomas and retinal angiomas .  It involves genetic alterations in  :

  1. VHL 
  2. Merlin
  3. ATM
  4. APC



What is important is to have an idea of Newer Drugs, Newer Treatment Protocols, Limitations of Surgical Interventions, Genetic facts, Translocations, Chromosomal Aberrations associated with these diseases.


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