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Cracking the ‘National eligibility-cum-entrance test (NEET)’ and other important PG entrance examinations require a thorough knowledge and understanding of the subject. Readers of this book have got an edge over others because of strong theory and conceptual questions. This along with the key points given under the headings of various boxes in the chapters has helped many students to get extremely good ranks in AIIMS, PGI Chandigarh, all India, JIPMER, nimhans and various other PG entrance examinations. As one-liner questions are being asked in the NEET, the students need to revise the most important information in the last few days. Keeping this in mind, we have added Golden points at the end of theory of each br>Chapter apart from this, ‘high yield points’ are given separately as boxes in the text. Boxes are LA be led as key points, new drugs, and mnemonics. In our constant endeavour to improvise the book, we have fully colored the book and added large number of images to make the learning easier and interesting. There has been incorporation of important additions in almost all chapters. For quick revision, we have added ‘Golden points’ and ‘drug of choice’ sections in every br>Chapter annexures have been added on ‘history of pharmacology’, ‘teratogenic drugs’ and ‘drug of choice’. in this new edition, we have added a lot of mnemonics, diagrams and flowcharts to make learning interesting and easier. The question Bank of every br>Chapter has been divided into subtopics. It will help students to solve MCQs after reading the theory of a particular topic of a br>Chapter the section of image based Questions has been greatly enhanced to incorporate around 100 such questions. These images have been added Chapter-wise to retain concepts for longer period. Recently, in several entrance exams, numerical questions are being asked. To help students to prepare thoroughly for such type of questions, several numerical questions with explanations have been incorporated in the br>Chapter of General pharmacology. Questions from latest entrance examinations of AIIMS and NEET pattern have been added.