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As said by a classical text book on Pathology, "Tumours don't read text books of Pathology." The statement more than anything explains the bizarre nature of tumours. For centuries tumours were an enigma - difficult to comprehend, taxing to diagnose and challenging to treat. Everyone had been perplexed when encountered with the tumours. The common man finds it hard to come to terms that he (or some one known to him) has a tumour. The practicing clinician faces the problem whether to order a diagnostic test and when to ask for that. And then he has to explain the result to the patient. While is it understandable that not many can be expected to comprehend that he has a cancer, the problem is with a certain group of patients who are very upset when told that they have nothing. (They seem to feel that the investigation was a waste of money) If the myriad world of neoplasia perplexes every one, how will the hapless pseudopg or entrance employee escape from having to face the baffling subject. Questions from Neoplasia (Or Oncology) are now being increasingly asked in objective type competitive pre-PG medical entrance exams. Analysing the trend in the past few years, we can see for ourselves that questions regarding tumours comprise no less than 5 per cent of the total questions in an exam and in few cases we have even had about 10 per cent of the total questions from Onclogy For the long time the questions from Neoplasia (as the other questions) were simple and straightforward. The question setter was contended if the student knew that Lymphoma Seminoma and Melanoma were malignant and Granulomas and Choriostomas were not tumours at all. The fact the HPV causes Ca. Cervix and that Wilms Tumour had V Stages (compared to most other tumours that have only IV Stages) was considered to be a deciding question (for which just a handful knew the answers). But, that era, unfortunately is now gone.
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What is AIBH?
All India Book House (AIBH) is one famous Retailer, Wholesaler, Importer and Supplier of Medical Books. With Head Office in Nai Sarak (near Chandni Chowk-Delhi) that is lined with many bookshops and thronged by book lovers from across the world.
How AIBH offers best price for medical books?
AIBH is exlucsive partners with multiple publishers resulting which we get the best prices which we pass on to our consumers directly without any third party involvement.
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Delhi NCR - 1-3 Days
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