Vascular surgery is not preferred by many Mch aspirants.  There are far less seats in this subject. It is however a very challenging surgical Superspeciality and not that easy to prepare. Very few institutions offer seats for Mch and that leaves students with lesser choice to prepare for this Superspeciality. Besides the pattern of exam has also undergone a lot of change.

Surgeons preparing for vascular surgery do not have much time to prepare and that poses a challenge.

However lately the NMC has increased the number of seats in all surgical Specialities.

It needs an in depth study of Various Topics concerning the Subject. This is complicated by the fact that there is no complete   book for this subject and no book is written best to cover all its Topics.  Our Experts suggest consulting standard books like

  • Schwartz Surgery
  • Rutherfords Vascular Surgery
  • Sabiston
  • Bailey
  • Lasts Anatomy
  • Anatomic Exposures in Vascular Surgery
  • Robbins Pathology
  • S Das Surgery


Preparation needs to be intense and basics are very important.

Basic knowledge of surgical anatomy and Pathology is very important for vascular surgeons.

The Best matter will produce better results what examination it may be  The Online Programmes cater to Standard Text and questions are from these Texts .This  Programme has been specially devised to cater to Latest Questions, All important Text Matter and  Contains  Questions  with the Best possible Explanations and Questions for Practice Also . A student needs to be Best prepared for the Examinations and this effort of mine is a step in that direction.

Examples of NEET Mch Questions asked

An arteriogram  shows a vessel in abdomen which is highly tortuous. The radiologist reports it to be a normal feature of this vessel. Most likely vessel is:

  1. Spleenic artery
  2. Left Gastric  artery
  3. Hepatic artery
  4. Cystic artery


A Vascular Surgeon identifies a Vessel    near the 1st rib as a continuation of the Subclavian artery and ends at the lower border of the teres major by becoming the brachial artery. The Vessel is the


  1. Ulnar artery
  2. Radial artery
  3. Costocervical trunk
  4. Axillary artery


A 55  year old man presented with painless hematuria . Bimanual examination revealed a ballotable mass over the right flank.CT showed onvasion of Renal Veins.  Subsequently right nephrectomy was done and mass was seen to be composed of cells with clear cytoplasm. Areas of hemorrhage and necrosis were frequent. Cytogenic analysis of this mass is likely to reveal an abnormality of:


  1. Chromosome 9
  2. Chromosome 8
  3. Chromosome 3
  4. Chromosome 17


Topics lately asked in Examinations in Vascular Surgery


  • Aneurysms (Femoral)
  • Aneurysms Cardiac
  • Aneurysms Cerebral
  • Appendix
  • Arc of Rion
  • Artery of Percheron
  • ATM Protein
  • Basal Vein of Saphenous Vein
  • Beurgers Disease
  • Bronchial artery
  • Coarctation of Aorta
  • Dissection of Aorta
  • Drummonds artery
  • DSA
  • Epidural haemorrhage.
  • Femoral Occlusion
  • Intermittent Claudication
  • JAk -3 Protein
  • Kawasakis Disease
  • Keiselbacks Plexus
  • Leriche's syndrome
  • Littles area
  • Lymph vessel
  • Mesentric thrombosis
  • Modified  smooth muscle cells
  • MRA
  • Portal Vein
  • Pulmonary artery
  • Raynauds disease
  • Renal artery Stenosis
  • Right gastroepiploic vessels
  • Saphenous incompetence
  • Short gastric vessels
  • SLAM Associated Protein
  • Subarachnoid  haemorrhage.
  • Takayasu’s arteritis
  • Temporal (giant cell) arteritis
  • Thromboangiitis obliterans
  • Ventricular hemorrhage.


These are just examples. The level of questions may differ. Focus on Basic and applied aspects is very important and student has to be updated with the latest. Practicing MCQs is very vital.

The   prime focus for students to go through the  Course with high degree of concentration and to concentrate on the explanations for best results.  That should give the Student a tremendous success. For NEET MCH visit: