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Anatomy

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  • Body
  • Upper Limb
  • Lower Limb
  • Back
  • Thorax
  • Abdomen
  • Pelvis
  • Perineum
  • Head and Neck
  • Nervous system
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PHYSIOLOGY

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  • Cellular and Molecular Physiology
  • Membrane, Nerve and Muscle
  • Blood
  • Cardiovascular
  • Circulation
  • Renal Physiology
  • Respiratory physiology
  • Central and Peripheral neurophysiology
  • Gastrointestinal System
  • Endocrinology and Reproductive system
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BIOCHEMISTRY

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  • Protein
  • Carbohydrates and their metabolism
  • Bioenergetics
  • Lipids and their metabolism
  • Nitrogen metabolism
  • Integration of metabolism
  • Clinical Biochemistry
  • Nutrition
  • Molecular Biology
  • Hormones
  • Advanced Biochemistry

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Anatomy Syllabus

CHAPTER 1 BODY

 1.1 – Basic Anatomy
1.2 –  Skeletal System
1.3 – Skin and Fascia
1.4 – Muscular system
1.5 – Cardiovascular system
1.6 – Lymphatic system
1.7 – Nervous system
1.8 – Surface Anatomy

CHAPTER 2 UPPER LIMB

2.1 – General Introduction
2.2 – Functions
2.3 – Bones
2.4 -Joints
2.5 – Muscles
2.6 – Neck
2.7 – Pectorial region
2.8 – Back and thoracic wall
2.9 – Axilla
2.10 – Shoulder
2.11 – Scapular region
2.12 – Veins, Nerves, and 2.13 – Lymphatic drainage
2.14 – Arm
2.15 – Forearm and hand

CHAPTER 3 LOWER LIMB

3.1 – General Introduction
3.2 – Functions
3.3 – Bones
3.4 -Joints
3.5 – Muscles
3.6 – Relationship with abdomen, pelivis and perineum
3.7 – Gluteal region
3.8 – Thigh
3.9 – Leg
3.10 – Foot
3.11 – Venous and Lymphatic drainage

CHAPTER 4 BACK

4.1 – General Introduction
4.2 – Functions
4.3 – Bones
4.4 – Joints
4.5 – Ligaments
4.6 – Musculature
4.7 – Vertebral canal and Spinal Nerves
4.8 – Relationship with head, abdomen, pelvis and limbs
4. 9 -Spinal Cord

CHAPTER 5 THORAX

5.1  – Functions
5.2 – Components
5.3 – Relationship with neck, upper limb, and abdomen
5.4 – Pectorial region
5.5 – Thoracic wall
5.6 – Diaphragm
5.7 – Mediastinum
5.8 – Pleural Cavity

CHAPTER 6 ABDOMEN

6.1  – Functions
6.2 – Components
6.3 – Abdominal wall and viscera
6.4 – Abdominal cavity
6.5 – Posterior abdomen
6.6 – Groin

CHAPTER 7 PELVIS

7.1  – Functions
7.2 – Components
7.3 – Relationship with abdomen and lower limb
7.4 – Pelvic wall
7.5 – Bones and Joints
7.6 – Viscera and fascia
7.7 – Peritoneum
7.8 – Nerves, blood vessels, and lymphatics

CHAPTER 8 PERINEUM

8.1 – Iscio-anal fossa
8.2 – Urinary bladder and Urethra
8.3 – Anal triangle
8.4 – Nerves, Blood vessels, veins, and lymphatics

CHAPTER 9 HEAD AND NECK

9.1  – General introduction
9.2 – Functions
9.3 – Components
9.4 – Relationship with thorax and upper limbs
9.5 – Skull
9.6 – Cranial cavity
9.7 – Meninges
9.8 – Cranial nerves
9.9 – Scalp, temple, and face
9.10- Orbit
9.11 – Ear
9. 12 – Blood supply
9.13 – Temporal and  Intratemporal regions
9.14 – Parotid region
9.15 – Submandibular region
9.16 – Neck
9.17 – Pharynx
91.8 – Larynx
9.19 – Nasal and Oral cavities

CHAPTER 10 NERVOUS SYSTEM

10.1 – Brain
10.2 – Brainstem
10.3 – Thalamus and hypothalamus
10.4 -Spinal cord
10.5 – Basal nuclei
10.6 – Cerebellum
10.7 – Visual system
10.8 – Auditory system
10.9 – Olfactory and limbic system

PHYSIOLOGY Syllabus

CHAPTER 1 Cellular and Molecular Physiology

1.1 – Composition of body fluids
1.2 – Cell membrane
1.3 – Structure and functions of Cell
1.4 – Genetic regulation of cell function and cellular reproduction
1.5 – Immunity

CHAPTER 2 Membrane, Nerve and Muscle

2.1 – Membranal transport of substances
2.2 – Membrane potentials and Action potentials
2.3 – Synaptic and neuromuscular transmission
2.4 – Skeletal muscle: Excitation and Contraction
2.5 – Smooth muscle: Excitation and Contraction

CHAPTER 3 Blood

3.1 – Red Blood Cells, Disorders
3.2 – Hemostasis, Coagulation
3.3 – Resistance to infection
3.4 – Blood grouping, Transfusion, and Transplantation

CHAPTER 4 Cardiovascular

4.1 – Function of Valves of the Heart
4.2 – Excitation and Contraction
4.3 – Electrocardiogram
4.4 – Arrythmias

CHAPTER 5 Circulation

5.1 – Introduction
5.2 – Functions of Arterial and Venous systems
5.3 – Lymphatic system and Microcirculation
5.4 – Role of Kidneys in regulation of blood pressure
5.5 – Cardiac output and Muscle blood flow
5.6 – Cardiac failure
5.7 – Heart valves, sounds and Congenital heart defects

CHAPTER 6 Renal Physiology

6.1  – Extracellular and Intracellular fluid
6.2 – Regulation of ECF volume and Volume
6.3 – Renal function and micturition
6.4 – Acid Base balance
6.5 – Diuretics and Kidney disorders

CHAPTER 7 Respiratory physiology

7.1  – Pulmonary structure and Ventilation
7.2 – Gas transport and pH
7.3 – Respiratory regulation
7.4 – Respiratory insufficiency

CHAPTER 8 Central and Peripheral neurophysiology

8.1  – Somatosensory neurotransmission
8.2 – Smell
8.3 – Taste
8.4 – Vision
8.5 – Auditory system
8.6 – Autonomic Nervous system
8.7 – Reflex
8.8 – Sleep- wake cycles, and Circadian rhythm
8.9 – Learning, memory, 8.10 – Language, Speech

CHAPTER 9 Gastrointestinal System

9.1  – General principles
9.2 – Digestion
9.3 – Absorption
9.4 – Gastrointestinal motility
9.5 – Transport and metabolic functions
9.6 – Gastrointestinal disorders

CHAPTER 10 Endocrinology and Reproductive system

10.1   – Introduction
10. 2 – Pituitary hormones and regulation by the hypothalamic hormones
10.3 – Thyroid hormones: Function and regulations
10.4 – Adrenocortical hormones: Functions and regulations
10.5 – Pancreatic functions and regulation of Carbohydrate metabolism
10. 6 – Hormonal Regulation of calcium, phosphate, and physiology of the Bone
10.7 – Reproductive development of Male and Female reproductive organs

bio chemistry

CHAPTER 1 Protein

1.1 – Amino acids: structure, classification, and functions
1.2 – Protein structure and function
1.3 – Types of proteins: globular and fibrous, Plasma proteins
1.4 – Enzymology
1.5 – Heme synthesis and breakdown, Hemoglobin

CHAPTER 2 Carbohydrates and their metabolism

2.1 – Introduction to general metabolism
2.1 – Types and functions
2.3 – Glycolysis
2.4 – Tricarboxylic acid cycle
2.5 – Pyruvate dehydrogenase complex
2.6 – Gluconeogenesis
2.7 – Glycogen metabolism
2.8 – Hexose monophosphate shunt pathway and its significance
2.9 – Glycosaminoglycans, Proteoglycans, and Glycoproteins
2.10 – Metabolic disorders of Carbohydrate metabolism

CHAPTER 3 Bioenergetics

3.1 – Biological oxidation
3.2 – Electron transport chain
3.3 – Free radicals and antioxidants

CHAPTER 4 Lipids and their metabolism

4.1 – Chemistry of lipids
4.2 – Classification of lipids
4.3 – Dietary lipid metabolism
4.4 – Metabolism of fatty acids, ketone bodies and triglycerides
4.5 – Metabolism of compound lipids

CHAPTER 5 Nitrogen metabolism

5.1 – Urea cycle, One carbon cycle, citric acid cycle
5.2 – Amino acid synthesis and degradation
5.3 – Synthesis of specialized products
5.3 – Nucleotide metabolism

CHAPTER 6 Integration of metabolism

6.1 – Metabolic regulation of glucose, insulin and glucagon
6.2 – Feed-fast cycle
6.3 – Diabetes mellitus

CHAPTER 7 Clinical Biochemistry

7.1 – Clinical enzymology
7.2 – Biomarkers
7.3 – Regulation of blood glucose and diabetes mellitus
7.4 – Hyperlipidemias and cardiovascular diseases
7.5 – Liver function tests
7.6 – Gastric function tests
7.7 – Renal function tests
7.8 – Acid base balance and pH
7.9 – Electrolyte and water balance
7.10 – Body fluids other than blood
7.11 – Inborn errors of metabolism and screening

CHAPTER 8 Nutrition

8.1 – Fat soluble vitamins
8.2 – Water soluble vitamins
8.3 – Mineral metabolism
8.4 – Energy metabolism
8.5 – Obesity, Malnutrition
8.6 – Detoxification and biotransformation
8.7 – Heavy metal poisoning
8.8 – Environmental pollution

CHAPTER 9 Molecular Biology

9.1 – Nucleotide chemistry
9.2 – DNA structure, rrepliction and repair mechanisms
9.3 – RNA structure, synthesis, and processing
9.4 – Protein synthesis
9.5 – Regulation of gene expression
9.6 – Recombinant DNA technology and Gene therapy

CHAPTER 10 Hormones

10.1 – Mechanism of action of hormones
10.2 – Hypothalamic and pituitary hormones
10.3 – Steroid hormones
10.4 – Thyroid hormones
10.5 – Signal molecules
10.6 – Growth factors

CHAPTER 11 Advanced Biochemistry

11.1 – Immunochemistry
11.2 – HIV and AIDS
11.3 – Cancer
11.4 – Tissue proteins and related diseases
11.5 – Analytical Biochemistry: Separation, Purification, Quantitation
11.6 – Quality control
11.7 – Molecular diagnostic techniques