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TIME TABLE PHASE I M.B.B.S
MONTH
ANATOMY
 
PHYSIOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY
SEPTEMBER ETHICS IN ANATOMY
 AN 82.1
Cadaver as our first teacher - AETCOM MODULE 1.5
 
GENERAL ANATOMY
Anatomical terminology AN 1.1 - 1.2
General features of Bones & Joints AN 2.1 - 2.6
General features of Muscle AN 3.1 - 3.3
General features of Skin and Fascia AN 4.1 - 4.5
General features of the Cardiovascular system AN 5.1 - 5.8
General Features of Lymphatic system AN 6.1 - 6.3
Introduction to the Nervous system AN 7.1 - 7.8
 
GENERAL HISTOLOGY - I
Epithelium histology AN 65.1 - 65.2
Connective tissue histology AN 66.1 - 66.2
Bone & Cartilage AN 71.1 - 71.2
 
UPPER LIMB - I
Features of individual bones (Upper Limb) AN 8.1 - 8.6
Pectoral region AN 9.1 - 9.3
Axilla, Shoulder and Scapular region AN 10.1 - 10.13
Arm & Cubital fossa AN 11.1 - 11.6
 
PRACTICALS/
SMALL GROUP TEACHING
Dissection and demonstration of Theory topics
 
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
Types of ossification
Microscope
Hematoxylin and Eosin staining
 
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
 
 
I GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY
Cell physiology PY1.1,PY1.3,PY1.4,PY1.5,  PY1.7,PY 1.8,PY 1.9
Homeostasis  PY1.2
Transport across cell membrane
 PY 1.5
Body fluids PY 1.6
Action potentials PY 1.8
BLOOD – I
Blood  compositions  and functions PY 2.1
RBC PY2.4,PY 2.5
Haemoglobin 
PY 2.3,PY2.5
WBC PY 2.6
Blood groups PY2.9
Blood volume
SDL
Functional organization of cell
Lymph
Tissues
SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION.
Blood transfusion reactions
 
 
PRACTICALS – Haematology
Study of microscope and haemocytometer
Instruments used for minor experiments Haemoglobin estimation
Estimation of RBC count & WBC count.
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:
Departmental level;
Haemolytic diseases of newborn, Anaemia, hypoproteinemia.
Clinical department:
Blood bank
 
INTEGRATION:
Vertical
Apoptosis , Anaemia  ,
Blood groups – Pathology
PEDIATRICS-
[ NON CORE]
Physiology of infancy
 
Horizontal:
pH ,buffer , plasma proteins , hemoglobin, jaundice – biochemistry
 
 
 
 
GENERAL BIOCHEMISTRY
CELL,ENZYMES
THEORY
 BI 1.1 ,BI 2.1 ,BI 2.3,BI 2.4
BI 2.5, BI 2.6
 SMALL GROUP TEACHING
BI 2.7
PRACTICALS
BI 11.1,2.2, BI 11.13, BI 11.14
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
Clinical Enzymology
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
DEPARTMENT
Enzyme charts
Horizontal integration with physiology-cell
INTERNAL ASSESMENT
OCTOBER GENERAL HISTOLOGY - II
Muscle histology AN 67.1 - 67.3
Nervous tissue histology AN 68.1 - 68.3
Blood Vessels AN 69.1 - 69.3
Glands & Lymphoid tissue AN 70.1 - 70.2
Integumentary System AN 72.1
 
UPPER LIMB - II
Forearm & Hand AN 12.1 - 12.15
General Features, Joints, Radiographs & Surface marking AN 13.1 - 13.8
 
LOWER LIMB - I
Features of individual bones (Lower Limb) AN 14.1 - 14.4
Front & Medial side of Thigh AN 15.1 - 15.5
Gluteal region & back of Thigh AN 16.1 - 16.6
LOWER LIMB – II
Hip Joint AN 17.1 - 17.3
Knee joint, Anterior compartment of leg & Dorsum of foot AN 18.1 -18.7
 
Back ofLeg & Sole AN 19.1 – 19.7
General Features, Joints, radiographs & Surface marking AN 20.1 -20.10
 
 
 
PRACTICALS/
SMALL GROUP TEACHING
Dissection and demonstration of theory topics
 
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
Nerves of upper limb
Spaces of Hand
Small joints of hand
 
GENERAL EMBRYOLOGY
Introduction to Embryology AN 76.1 - 76.2
Gametogenesis and Fertilization AN 77.1 - 77.6
Second week of development AN 78.1 - 78.5
3rd to 8th week of development AN 79.1 - 79.6
Foetal membranes AN 80.1 - 80.7
Prenatal Diagnosis AN 81.1 - 81.3
 
BLOOD - II
Plasma proteins PY 2.2
Reticuloendothelial system
Immunity PY2.10
Lymph
Blood volume
Haemostasis PY 2.7
 
NERVE AND MUSCLE
Introduction to muscle
Properties of skeletal muscle
Electron microscopic structure of skeletal muscle
 PY  3.7 ,3.8,3.17
Mechanism of skeletal muscle contraction  PY 3.9, PY 3.10
Neuromuscular junction PY  3.4, PY 3.5 
Applied physiology of muscle – rigor mortis, myasthenia gravis  PY 3.6  PY 3.13
Smooth muscle PY 3.7
Introduction to nervous system
Neuron, neuroglia  PY 3.1
Nerves – classification, regeneration & degeneration
 PY 3.2  PY 3.3
Autonomic nervous system         PY 10.5
PRACTICALS:
Absolute eosinophil count
Blood grouping and Rh typing     PY 2.11
Bleeding time and clotting time   PY 2.11
Differential count PY 2.11
PCV, ESR, Osmotic fragility         PY 2.12 ,
Specific gravity
OSPE – Model Haematology examination
 
 SDL
Energetics of muscle contraction
SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION:
Nerve conduction studies.
Myasthenia gravis.
Charts
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:
Clinical charts discussion in haematology and OSPE questions.
 
INTEGRATION:
[ vertical]
Hemotocrit, hemostasis, reticulocyte – Pathology
ANAESTHESIA AND PHARMOCOLOGY- Neuromuscular blocking agents.
GENERAL MEDICINE;
Peripheral nerve regeneration and degeneration, myopathies and muscular dystrophies.
 
HORIZONTAL;
ANATOMY:
Neuron , muscle fibre structure.
BIOCHEMISTRY:
Muscle metabolism.
 
 
 
HEMATOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
CHEMISTRY OF PROTEINS
THEORY
BI 5.1,5.2,6.12
VITAMINS AND MINERALS
6.5,6.9 B12,Folic ACID, Vit.K,Iron
IMMUNOLOGY
10.3,10.4,10.5
SMALL GROUP TEACHING
BI6.10
PRACTICALS
PRECIPITATION & COLOUR REACTIONS OF PROTEINS.
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
HEMOGLOBINOPATHIES
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
Visit to Biochemistry Laboratory
Vertical integration with microbiology-Immunology
 
INTERNAL ASSESSMENT
NOVEMBER THORAX – I
Thoracic cage AN 21.1 – 21.11
Mediastinum AN 23.1 – 23.7
Lungs & Trachea AN 24.1 – 24.6
 
GENETICS – I
Chromosomes AN 73.1 – 73.3
Patterns of Inheritance AN 74.1 – 74.4
 
PRACTICALS/
SMALL GROUP TEACHING
Dissection and demonstration of theory topics
 
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
Femoral hernia
Guy rope muscles
Trendelenburg sign
 
RESPIRATORY
Introduction to respiratory physiology  PY 6.1
Mechanics of breathing & pulmonary ventilation  PY  6.2
Compliance – work of breathing, elastance & surfactant  PY 6.2
Gas exchange: diffusion of gases across respiratory membrane       PY 6.2
Transport of gases o2 dissociation curve & co2 dissociation curve      PY 6.3
Lung volumes, capacities, FRC
Anatomical & physiological dead space  PY 6.2
Regulation of respiration
Pulmonary circulation & pulmonary oedema PY 5.10
Hypoxia 6.6
High altitude and deep sea physiology PY 6.4,6.5, 6.6
Physiology of exercise- Respiratory  changes
Pulmonary Function Tests PY 6.7
Non respiratory functions of lungs
Artificial respiration PY 6.5
SDL
Periodic breathing
Lung function tests
Drowning
SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION
CPR
Charts
 
PRACTICALS
General examination  and recording of pulse 
Examination of respiratory system PY 6.9,
Spirometer PY 6.8
Respiratory efficiency test
,
 Revision of general examination, recording of pulse and
examination of respiratory system
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
Departmental Level:
Clubbing
Endotracheal intubation
Spirometry interpretation in obstructive and restrictive lung diseases.
INTEGRATION:
[vertical]
Spirometry ––
Respiratory medicine
ANAESTHESIA AND GENERAL MEDICINE -  Basic life support
 
 
 
 
THEORY
CHEMISTRY OF CARBOHYDRATES
BI 3.1,9.1,9.2
CHEMISTRY OF LIPIDS
BI4.1
VITAMINS AND MINERALS
BI 6.5 ,6.9 Vitamin B1,B2.B5,B6,D
Calcium and Phosphorus,
SMALL GROUP TEACHING
6.10
PRACTICALS
Reactions of Carbohydrates
BI11.11 Demonstrate estimation of calcium and phosphorous
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
Vitamins and Micro nutrients
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
DEPARTMENT
Nutrition charts
 
 
INTERNAL ASSESSMENT
December THORAX – II
Heart & Pericardium AN 22.1 – 22.7
Thorax (embryology) AN 25.1 – 25.9
 
GENETICS – II
Principle of Genetics, Chromosomal Aberrations & Clinical Genetics AN 75.1 – 75.5
 
PRACTICALS/SMALL GROUP TEACHING
Dissection and demonstration of Theory topics
 
PRACTICALS/SMALL GROUP TEACHING
Dissection and demonstration of theory topics
 
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
Cross sectional anatomy of thoracic cavity
Fibrous skeleton of heart
Broncho pulmonary segments
 
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
 
 
CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM
 
Introduction to cardiovascular system , functional anatomy of heart. PY 5.1
Conducting system , origin and spread of cardiac impulse                PY 5.1, 5.4, 5.6
Properties of cardiac muscle          PY 5.2
Pacemaker and cardiac muscle potential. PY 5.2
ECG PY 5.5 ,5.6
Cardiac cycle and mechanical changes PY 5.3,5.8
Stroke volume  PY 5.9
Hemodynamics PY 5.7
Heart rate – variations & regulations PY  5.9,5.8
Cardiac output- definition, measurements & factors regulating PY 5.9,5.8
Micro circulation PY 5.10
Blood pressure – definition, physiological variations & measurements, blood pressure – factors regulating BP & applied aspects   PY 5.9,5.8
Coronary circulation  PY 5.10
Cerebral circulation  PY 5.10
Splanchnic circulation  PY 5.10
Physiology of exercise-CVS changes
Shock – definition, classification, pathophysiology & treatment       PY 5.11
CVS – Applied aspects.
PRACTICALS
Examination of cardiovascular system PY 5.15,
Effect of posture and exercise on blood pressure PY 5.12
Revision of effect of posture and exercise on blood pressure and examination of cardiovascular system
Record and interpret a normal ECG
Cardiac autonomic  function tests.
SDL
Functional anatomy of heart
Flow volume loop
P50 and its significance
SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION
Heart block
Heart failure
Added sounds in respiratory system
Charts
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
DEPARTMENT LEVEL
Angina, respiratory distress syndrome,
Metabolic syndrome PY 8.5
CLINICAL LEVL:
coronary care unit – Myocardial infarction
 
INTEGRATION;
HORIZONTAL:
Anatomy – Structure of heart, blood supply.
VERTICAL :
GENERAL MEDICINE
ECG, myocardial infarction,circulation,
arterial pulse tracing,
 
 
 
Metabolism of LIPIDS
THEORY
BI 4.2,4.3,4.4,4.5,4.6,
OXIDATIVE STRESS and Anti Oxidants
BI 7.6,6.5,7.7
SMALL GROUP TEACHING
BI 4.5,4.7
PRACTICALS
BI 11.9,11.10
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
Lipid Storage Disorders
Current trends in oxidative stress
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
Diabetology-Diabetes Mellitus
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
DEPARTMENT
Glucose tolerance test charts
INTERNAL ASSESSMENT
January ABDOMEN, PELVIS & PERINEUM - I
Anterior abdominal wall AN 44.1-44.7
Posterior abdominal wall AN 45.1-45.3
Male external genitalia AN 46.1-46.5
Abdominal cavity AN 47.1 - 47.14
Vertebral column AN 50.1 - 50.4
 
 
PRACTICALS/
SMALL GROUP TEACHING
Dissection and demonstration of Theory topics
 
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
Surgical incisions of anterior abdominal wall
Inguinal hernia
Intusucception
 
 
 
 
 
GIT
Introduction to GIT PY 4.1
Salivary secretion – composition  PY 4.2
Regulation of salivary secretion & Applied aspects  PY 4.2
Stomach – Glands & secretions  PY 4.2
Stomach – composition, regulation of gastric & Hcl secretion  PY 4.2
Stomach – Experimental evidences, gastric mucosal barrier & Applied physiology  PY 4.9 4.8
Gastrointestinal hormones PY 4.5
Gastrointestinal hormones PY 4.5
Digestion & absorption – carbohydrate, protein & fats          PY 4.4
Pancreas – secretion & composition  PY 4.2
Pancreatic secretion, regulation & applied aspects  PY 4.2 PY 4.8
Liver & gall bladder
Bile secretion & composition         PY 4.2 , 4.7
Regulation of bile secretion & applied aspects PY 4.9, 4.8
Secretion of small intestine PY 4.2
GIT motility – oesophagus & stomach  PY 4.3
GIT motility - small intestine
 PY 4.3
GIT motility - applied aspects
 PY 4.3
Large intestine – motility, functions & Defecation reflex
 PY 4.3
SDL:
Gastric secretions
H. pylori
SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION:
Gut brain axis
Dietary fibre
 
PRACTICALS:
Clinical examination of abdomen
Revision of CVS, RS, And  Abdomen.
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:
DEPARTMENTAL LEVEL:
Oesophageal manometry
Peptic ulcer
 
CLINICAL LEVEL:
Jaundice and liver failure
 
INTEGRATION:
HORIZONTAL-
ANATOMY :
Digestive system,
BIOCHEMISTRY;
Pancreatyic gastric secretions , digestion and absortion of nutrients, liver , Pancreatic and liver function tests
VERTICAL:
GENERAL MEDICINE:
Peptic ulcer,GERD,
PEDIATRICS:
[ NON CORE]
 Anthropometry, growth chart
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
DIGESTION AND ABSORPTION
THEORY
BI 3.2, BI 3.3 ,BI 4.2,BI 5.3
METABOLISM OF CARBOHYDRATES
BI 3.4,3.5,3.6,3.7
HEME METABOLISM
6.11,
LIVER FUNCTION TEST
6.13,6.14,6.15,11.2
XENOBIOTICS
BI 7.5
NUTRITION
BI 8.1,8.2,8.4
INTEGRATION OF METABOLISM
BI 6.1,
BIOLOGICAL OXIDATION AND RESPIRATORY CHAIN
BI 6.6
SMALL GROUP TEACHING
BI 3.8,3.10,8.3,8.5,11.23,11,24
PRACTICALS
BI 11.12,11.8,11.21
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
Diabetes Mellitus
Mitochondrial disorders
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
Jaundice Case Discussion
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
DEPARTMENT
Liver function test charts
INTERNAL   ASSESSMENT
 
February
 
ABDOMEN, PELVIS & PERINEUM - II
Pelvic wall and viscera AN 48.1 - 48.8
Sectional Anatomy AN 51.1 - 51.2
Histology & Embryology AN 52.1-52.8
Osteology AN 53.1 - 53.4
Radiodiagnosis AN 54.1 - 54.3
Surface marking AN 55.1 - 55.2
 
PRACTICALS/
SMALL GROUP TEACHING
Dissection and demonstration of Theory topics
 
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
Ureteric constrictions
Descent of testes
Supports of uterus
 
 
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
 
 
RENALS
Introduction to excretory system & physiological anatomy  PY 7.1
Renal blood flow, peculiarities of renal function, JG Apparatus         PY 7.2
Mechanism of urine formation & glomerular filtration rate  PY 7.3
Structure of glomerular capillary membrane and factors affecting GFR and Tubuloglomerular feedback, Methods of measurement of GFR & regulation
Tubular functions & reabsorption  PY 7.3
Loop of Henle –counter current multiplier
 PY 7.3
Renal handling of sodium and potassium and osmolarity
Regulation of acid base balance in kidney PY 7.5
Plasma clearance & renal function tests  PY  7.4  7.8,
Skin & sweat glands
Diuretics, renal disease and artificial kidney  PY 7.7
Disorders of urinary bladder
Physiology of micturition   PY 7.6  ,7.9
SDL
Non excretory functions of kidney
Skin and sweat glands
Regulation of body temperature
 
SMALL GROUP DISSCUSSION
Concept of pH and buffer systems in the body
Charts
Urine analysis and other renal function tests.
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
Departmental level:
OSPE
Charts discussion in  GIT , excretory system and body fluids
Acute glomerulonephritis
Renal failure
. Clinical department:
Dialysis unit
 
INTEGRATION :
 HORIZONTAL -
 BIOCHEMISTRY
Renal function tests
VERTICAL -
 GENERAL MEDICINE
Dialysis,Renal  transplantation.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
METABOLISM OF PROTEINS
THEORY
BI 5.4,9.3
Water and Electrolyte Balance
BI 6.7
SMALL GROUP TEACHING
BI 6.13,6.14,6.15,
BI 5.5,11.3,11.5
PRACTICALS
BI 11.4,11.7,11.20,11.21
ACID BASE DISORDERS
THEORY
BI 6.8,
SMALL GROUP TEACHING
BI 11.2
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
Interpretation of ABG Analysis
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
Visit to Dialysis
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
DEPARTMENT
Screening of inborn errors charts
Vertical integration with Pediatrics –Inborn errors of metabolism.
INTERNAL ASSESSMENT
MARCH ABDOMEN, PELVIS & PERINEUM – III
Perineum AN 49.1 – 49.5
 
 
HEAD AND NECK - I
Skull osteology AN 26.1 - 26.7
Scalp AN 27.1 - 27.2
Face & Parotid region AN 28.1 - 28.10
Posterior triangle of neck AN 29.1 -29:4
Cranial cavity AN 30.1 - 30.5
Orbit AN 31.1 - 31.5
Anterior Triangle AN 32.1 -32.2
 
PRACTICALS/
SMALL GROUP TEACHING
Dissection and demonstration of Theory topics
 
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
Deep cervical fascia
Midline structures of neck
 
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
 
 
REPRODUCTIVE PHYSIOLOGY
Sex determination and aberrant sex differentiation  PY 9.1
Female reproductive system physiological anatomy PY 9.4,9.7
Menstrual cycle-functions of ovarian hormones &  ovulation tests  PY 9.4 ,9.5, PY  9.11
Physiology of pregnancy, functions of placenta & placental hormones  PY 9.8
Maternal changes during pregnancy  PY 9.8
Parturition  PY 9.8
Lactation  PY 9.8
Fetal circulation ,feto- placental unit
Male reproductive system –Physiological anatomy, composition of semen & spermatogenesis  PY 9.3  ,9.7,9.9
Testosterone-chemistry,functions mechansim of action, regulation & applied aspects  PY 9.3 ,9.5
 
Tests for pregnancy   and  infertility PY 9.10  9.12
Contraception  PY 9.6
ENDOCRINOLOGY
Introduction to endocrinology      PY 8.6
Hypothalamus-releasing and inhibiting hormone  PY 8.2
Anterior pituitary & Growth hormone  PY 8.2
Posterior pituitary PY 8.2
Calcium homeostasis   PY 8.1 ,8.2
Thyroid gland and applied aspects   PY 8.2 ,8.4
Adrenal cortex PY 8.2 ,8.4 ,8.6
Endocrine pancreas  PY 8.2, 8.4
Adrenal medulla PY 8.2 , 8.4
Local hormones, Thymus and Pineal gland PY 8.3
SDL
Infertility
Stress response
Pituitary and ovarian axis
SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION
Metabolic syndrome
Thyroid function tests
Charts
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
Departmental level:
Infertility
Temporary methods of Contraception
Rickets.
 
INTEGRATION:
HORIZONTAL:
ANATOMY
Sex determination,
BIOCHEMISTRY
Thyroid and adrenal gland
VERTICAL :
OG:
Contraceptive methods , pregnancy, parturition ,menopause, infertility.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
HORMONES
THEORY
Mechanism of Action of Hormones
SMALL GROUP TEACHING
BI 6.13,6.14,6.15-Thyroid and Adrenal Function test.
 
INTERNAL ASSESSMENT
 
APRIL
HEAD AND NECK – II
Temporal and Infratemporal regions AN 33.1 - 33.5
 
 
Submandibular region AN 34.1 - 34.2
Deep structures in the neck AN 35.1 - 35.10
Mouth, Pharynx & Palate AN 36.1 - 36.5
Cavity of Nose AN 37.1 - 37.3
Larynx AN 38.1 - 38.3
Tongue AN 39.1 - 39.2
Organs of hearing and Equilibrium AN 40.1 - 40.5,
Eyeball AN 41.1 - 41.3
 
PRACTICALS/SMALL GROUP TEACHING
Dissection and demonstration of Theory topics
 
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
Parasympathetic ganglia of head and neck
Lymphatic drainage of head and neck
 
 
SPECIAL SENSES
Functional anatomy of eye              PY 10.17,10.18
Optics of eye PY 10.17,10.18
Retina PY 10.17,10.18
Phototransduction, light & dark adaptation, binocular vision PY 10.17
Visual pathway & effect of lesions at various levels  PY 10.17, 10.18
Photochemistry of vision  PY 10.17
Colour vision – theories of colour vision & colour blindness  PY 10.17 PY 10.18
Ear – functional anatomy  PY 10.15
Ear – mechanism of hearing                    PY 10.15
Sound and sensory transduction of cochlea PY 10.15
Ear – electrophysiology of hearing  PY 10.15 , 10.16
Ear – auditory pathway, auditory cortex, applied physiology, deafness, Tests for hearing PY 10.16
Functional anatomy of vestibular pathwayPY 10.4
Mechanism of stimulation of vestibular hair cells. PY 10.4
Vestibular pathway and tests for vestibular function. PY 10.4
Olfaction – microscopic anatomy , receptors, olfactory pathway, physiology of smell & its disorders  PY 10.13  , 10.14
Taste – taste buds, taste pathway, physiology & applied aspects           PY 10.13, 10.14
SDL
Electroretinogram
Lesions of optic tract
SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION
Masking of sounds ,  Sensory neural deafness
Errors of refraction
Charts
PRACTICALS:
Cranial nerves examination (1 – 6)   PY 10.11
Cranial nerves examination (7 -12 ) PY 10.11.
 
 
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
DEPARTMENTAL LEVEL
Visual acuity testing,
Perimetry,
Audiometry
INTEGRATION:
VERTICAL-
ENT-
Smell, taste, auditory function tests,
OPHTHALMOLOGY:
Errors of refraction., colour blindness, visual pathway , evoked potentials.
 
 
 
 
 
 
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
BI 11.15,6.2,6.3,7.1,7.2,7.3,7.4
ONCOGENESIS
BI 10.1,10.2
SMALL GROUP TEACHING
6.4
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
Gene Therapy
INTERNAL ASSESSMENT
MAY HEAD AND NECK - III
Back Region AN 42.1 - 42.3
Head & Neck Joints, Histology, Development, Radiography & Surface marking AN 43.1 - 43.9
 
NEUROANATOMY - I
Meninges & CSF AN 56.1 - 56.2
Spinal Cord AN 57.1 - 57.5
MeduIla Oblongata AN 58.1 – 58.4
Pons AN 59.1 - 59.3
Cerebellum AN 60.1 - 60.3
Midbrain AN 61.1 - 61.3
 
PRACTICALS/SMALL GROUP TEACHING
Dissection and demonstration of Theory topics
 
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
Subarachnoid space
Tracts of spinal cord
 
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
 
CNS - I
Organisation of nervous system    PY 10.1
Nerve fibres  PY 10.1
Synapse– functional anatomy, properties & types  PY 10.2
Reflexes, reflex arc, classification
Properties & applied aspects of reflexes
Receptors – classification, types & properties PY 10.3
                                                                  Cross section of spinal cord , UMN and LMN lesion PY 10.6
Neurotransmitters  PY 10.10
Properties & applied aspects of reflexes
Sensory receptors – classification, types & properties
SDL
Grading of reflexes
SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION
Golgi tendon organ and muscle spindle
Wallerian degeneration.
PRACTICALS:
Examination of motor system       PY 10.11
Examination of reflexes PY 10.11
Revision of motor system examination and reflexes
Sensory system examination          PY 10.11
 
 
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
DEPARTMENT LEVEL
Bells palsy
Babinski sign
INTEGRATION:
 
HORIZONTAL-
ANATOMY
Organization of nervous system,neurons,
 
 
 
Instruments
BI 11.1,11.5,11.16,11.17,11.18,11.19
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
DEPARTMENT
Electrophoretic Pattern
 
JUNE NEUROANATOMY - II
Cranial nerve nuclei & Cerebral hemispheres AN 62.1 - 62.6 Ventricular System AN 63.1 - 63.2
Histology and embryology AN 64.1 - 64.3
PRACTICALS/
SMALL GROUP TEACHING
Dissection and demonstration of Theory topics
 
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
CT and MRI of brain
Circumventricular organs
CNS  II
Ascending sensory pathways,ensory cortex,ortical sensations and plasticity PY 10.3
Ascending sensory pathway – spinothalamic ,posterior column PY 10.3
Spinothalamic tract – origin course & termination of anterolateral spinothalamic tract   PY 10.4
Posterior column dorsal & ventral spino cerebellar tracts PY 10.3
Physiology of pain, definition, types, properties, pathway
Memory  PY 10.9
Cerebellum PY 10.7
Limbic system PY 10.7
Reticular formation PY 10.5
Basal ganglia PY 10.7
Thalamus PY 10.7
Hypothalamus  PY 10.7
Sleep – types, theories, REM, NREM & applied  PY 10.8
EEG– origin of brain waves, types, changes during sleep & epilepsy  PY 10.8,10.12
Learning, synaptic events in learning  PY 10.9
Language, speech, types, centres, disorders &  applied  PY 10.9
Cerebrospinal fluid
Temperature regulation
Reticular formation PY 10.5
SDL
Cortical sensations
Papez circuit
Learning and memory
 
SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION
EEG,
Charts
PRACTICALS:
Cerebellar function tests  PY 10.11
 
 
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
DEPARTMENTAL LEVEL
UMN and LMN lesions
Parkinsonism
INTEGRATION:
 
VERTICAL-
Psychiatry-
Limbic system,thalamus,basal gamglia, EEG, Memory ,learning, speech
 
HORIZONTAL
ANATOMY-
ascending and descending tracts, autonomic nervous system, spinal cord,
basal ganglia,thalalmus,
cerebellum,
 
 
 
 
 
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