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General Anatomy

  • Tissues of the body, organs and organ system.
  • Bones-types blood supply, nerve supply and lymphatics, ossification.
  • Cartilage types and distribution.
  • Muscle-types function, blood and nerve supply.
  • Joint-classification, structure, distribution and function of each type.
  • Blood vessels-type of vessels, anastamosis, collateral circulation, arterio-venous anastamosis.
  • Lymphatic system-lymph nodes, lymphatics, circulation of lymph and functions of lymphatic system.
  • Nervous system-division, central nervous system-brain, spinal cord and meninges. Peripheral nervous system-cranial and nerves, sensory receptors and motor nerve endings autonomic nervous system.

Histology

  • General Histology
    • Cell structure
    • Tissues of the body; epithelium connective tissue, muscle, bone, cartilage glands and nervous tissues.
    • Blood vessels and lymphatic tissue.
  • Systemic Histology
    • Gastrointestinal, respiratory, cardiovascular, urinary, reproductive system-male and female.
    • Special senses
    • Endocrine and exocrine glands.

Gross Anatomy

  1. Anatomical positions- Anatomical terms.
  2. Regional anatomy, superior extremity, inferior extremity, thorax, abdomen, pelvis neck and brain.
  3. Radiological anatomy.
  4. Surface anatomy.
  5. Applied and clinical anatomy.

Embryology

  1. Introduction

    Male and female genital tracts. Spermatogenesis. oognesis, fertilisation, cleavage, implantation, placenta, embryonic stage, formation of systems of the body, Twins, Common fetal malformations.

  2. Organisation

    Development of organs and systems of the body; alimentary, circulatory, respiration, uroganital, nervous system, endocrine, special senses, integumentary system etc. Congenital anomalies.


Genetics

  1. Anatomical positions- Anatomical terms.
  2. Regional anatomy, superior extremity, inferior extremity, thorax, abdomen, pelvis neck and brain.
  3. Radiological anatomy.
  4. Surface anatomy.
  5. Applied and clinical anatomy.

Reproductive Biology

  1. Reproductive organs-male and female.
  2. Ovulation, corpus luteum, ovarian cycle.
  3. Transport of sperm, fertilization.
  4. Viability of ovum and sperm, safe period.
  5. Cleavage, transport of ovum.
  6. Uterine cycle, menstrual cycle.
  7. Embeddingofblastocyst
  8. Formation of embryo.
  9. Form of embryo at various stages.
  10. Membrane and placenta


Below are the details of Practical:

Anatomy

  • Dissection of one entire cadaver: of dissected soft parts and organs. Supplemented by study of museum specimens, models and charts.
  • Study of human bones and joints.
  • Determination of age and sex from the bones.

Histology

  • Study of light microscope.
  • Common objects seen under the microscope.
  • Appearance of objects in section.
  • Demonstration of tissue processing, section cutting and statining section.
  • Study of prepared histological slides of normal mammalian tissue and organs of the body.

Embrylogy

  • Demonstration of embryology models.
  • Sections of developing chick embryo.
  • Specimens of congenital anomalies.

Radiological Anatomy

  • Demonstration of normal ski grams of various parts and organs of the body.
  • Ski grams of special investigations of various systems of the body.
  • Ski grams showing ossification of bones and determination of age.
  • Ski grams of pregnant uterus showing fetus of various ages.

Surface Anatomy

Surface marking of various organs and structure:

  • On the living body.
  • On the cadaver.

Ossification of Bones, Diaphysis, Union and Age Determination