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MBBS PSYCHIATRY

A psychiatrist will study post-mortem on their mbbs course? please tell about this topic? explain the details?
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Dr. Antara Gupta
12 yrs. of exp | Aligarh | Neuropsychiatrist

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MBBS course Is for bachelor degree. Becoming a psychiatrist  requires post graduation . During pg one doesn't need to study post mortem.. but its an imp part of MBBS. If one studies forensic psychiatry later on he may need to study but still nvr needs to perform a post mortem as there is staff/etc for that.
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Venkat Raghav
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Hello....... In MBBS student will be stimulated on all aspects of medicine... Forensic medicine deals with Post mortum ..and it's separate subject.. Psychiatry is also studied as a part of medicine in MBBS.. You are two different subject... Feel free to ask any query with regard.
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