Tips to revise Oral Pathology for NEET MDS with MERITERS GRP

Tips to revise Oral Pathology for NEET MDS with MERITERS GRP

Oral Pathology is a highly extensive subject. Owing to its vast syllabi, it becomes very difficult to memorize and retain the entire syllabus of Oral Pathology. Therefore, you must follow a Selective approach while preparing for Oral Pathology.
In order to assist you in your preparation of Oral Pathology, we have compiled this article which will acquaint you with the Most Important Topics of Oral Pathology from NEET MDS perspective.

Oral Pathology Part1

Topics Covered:

Developmental Disturbances    
  • Developmental disturbances of Teeth
  • Developmental disturbances size & shape 
  • Developmental disturbances of Face
  • Developmental disturbances of Tongue
  • Developmmental disturbances of Jaw
Benign And Malignant Tumours Of Oral Cavity    
  • General consideration
  • Precancerous lesions and conditions 
  • Basal cell carcinoma 
  • Squamous cell carcinoma 
  • TNM staging 
  • Treatment modalities 
  • Verrucous carcinoma 
  • Hemangioma 
  • KAPOSI 's sarcoma 
  • Nevi 
  • Melanoma 
  • Neoplasm of Muscles, Nerve tissue 
  • Multiple myeloma 
  • Connective tissue tuomours of Jaw 
  • Burkitt's lymphoma 
Odontogenic Cysts And Tumours
  • Ameloblastic Fibroma and Ameloblastic Fibro -Odontoma
  • Follicular, Plexiform & Acanthomatous Ameloblastoma
  • Granular Cell Desmoplastic Ameloblastoma and Unicystic Ameloblastoma
  • Introduction
  • Introduction & Clinical Features
  • Malignant Odontogenic Tumors
  • Developmental Non Odontogenic Cysts
  • High Yield Facts
  • Inflammatory Non Odontogenic Cysts
  • Developmental Odontogenic Cysts
  • Golden Points
  • Inflammatory Odontogenic Cysts
  • Squamous Odontogenic Tumor, Cementoblastoma And Odontogenic Myxoma
Diseases Of Salivary Glands    
  • Mucocele and Ranula 
  • Mickulz's disease and Sjogren syndrome 
  • Pleomorphic adenoma 
  • Warthin's tumor 
  • Cylindroma 
  • Oncocytic adenoma 
Dental Caries    
  • Theories of dental caries 
  • Etiologies of dental caries 
  • Stephan's curve 
  • Classification of dental caries 
  • Histopathological zones of Dentine 
  • Histopathology od dental caries (Enamel caries)
Pulp And Periapical Infections    
  • Classification of periapical infection 
  • Cellulitis 
  • Ludwig's angina 
  • Osteomyelitis 
Physical And Chemical Injuries    
  • Physical And Chemical Injuries
  • Pigmentations
  • Regressive alterations of teeth
  • Mucocele 
  • Other physical and Chemical Injuries.

Oral Pathology Part2

Topics Covered:

Diseases Of Bones & joints    
  • Osteogenesis imperfecta
  • Osteopetrosis 
  • Achondroplasia 
  • Osteoporosis 
  • Cherubism
  • Fibrous dysplasia 
  • Paget's disease 
  • Cleidocranial dysplasia 
  • CGCG
  • Syndromes associated with bone 
  • Osteosarcoma 
Diseases Of Nerves & Muscles    
  • Trigeminal Neuralgia 
  • Glossopharyngela neuralgia 
  • Bells palsy 
  • Syndromes associated with nerve pathology 
  • Disease of  Muscular or connective tissue origin
Skin And Vesiculobullous Lesions    
  • Skin lesions 
  • Ectodermal dysplasia 
  • Lichen planus 
  • Erythema multiforme 
  • Classification of vesiculobullous lesions 5Psoriasis 
  • Miscellaneous
Bacterial Infections    
  • Sinus 
  • Botryomycosis 
  • Sarcoidosis 
  • Syphilis 
  • Actinomycosis 
  • Leprosy
Viral Infections    
  • Herpes Simplex Virus 
  • Herpes Zoster 
  • Cox sackie virus 
  • Paramyxovirus 
  • Apthous ulcers
Mycotic Infections    
  • Candidiasis 
  • Histoplasmosis 
  • Mucormycosis 
  • Phycomycosis
Oral Aspects Of Metabolic Diseases    
  • Vitamin D deficiency 
  • Hyperparathyroidism
  • Hyperpituitarism 
  • Hand Schullar christian disease 
  • Hypophosphatasia 
  • Amyloidoisosi and other disease
Tongue Disorders    


Diseases Of Blood    
  • Hemophilia 
  • Von Willebrand's disease
  • Types of anaemia 
  • Aplastic anaemia 
  • Thrombocytopenic purpura 
  • Leukemia 

Oral Pathology - Image based and case-based questions

The images are provided in order to check your understanding. These questions might seem tricky and may even demand a detailed analysis. Yet these will turn out to be extremely beneficial. The tighter your grip over such image-based, visually answered questions, the higher are the chances of your success. 

Oral Pathology - Full syllabus test

This test renders you the opportunity to revise the whole syllabus thoroughly, in order to make sure that you revise all the previous tests thoroughly with their solutions. This test gives you good amount of repeats from previous 3 tests (Just like you get good amount of repeats in your NEET and AIIMS exams too).

Updated Sep 12, 2020.