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TEACHING SCHEDULE ACCORDING TO THE COMPETENCIES
APR 8-9am 9-10am 10-11am 11-12noon 12-1pm 1-2pm 2-3pm 3-4pm
Wed
01.04.20
AN63.1 Describe parts, boundaries & features of IV ventricle AN63.1 Demonstrate parts, boundaries & features of IV ventricle BI9.3 Describe protein targeting & sorting along with its associated disorders. Py10.9
Describe and discuss the physiological basis of
memory, learning
 
  Py5.15
Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the cardiovascular system in a normal volunteer or simulated environment – PRACTICALS – A BATCH
BI11.13 Demonstrate the estimation of SGOT/ SGPT
Thu
02.04.20
AN64.2 Describe the development of neural tube, cerebral hemisphere AN63.1 Describe & demonstrate parts, boundaries & features of IIIrd, IVth& lateral ventricle Describe and discuss the physiological basis of
  • speech
 
BI6.13, BI6.14, BI6.15 Describe the tests that are commonly done in clinical practice to assess the functions of liver
Fri
03.04.20
AN64.1 Describe & identify the microanatomical features of Spinal cord, Cerebellum & Cerebrum PHANTOM LIMB, MIRROR NEURONS – SEMINAR BY SENIOR STUDENTS BI6.13, BI6.14, BI6.15 Describe the tests that are commonly done in clinical practice to assess the functions of stomach, pancreas
 
SPORTS
Sat
04.04.20
SDL -  AN63.2 Describe anatomical basis of congenital hydrocephalus CM 1.10
AETCOM/Demonstrate the important aspects of the doctor patient relationship in a
simulated environment-Discussion and closure
IAT – CNS-II
Tue
07.04.20
Revision – neuroanatomy Py10.13
Describe and discuss perception of smell and discuss patho-physiology of altered smell sensation
ECE – HOSPITAL VISIT – B BATCH
BI11.14 Demonstrate the estimation of alkaline phosphatase
Wed
08.04.20
IA – neuroanatomy - theory BI8.1 Discuss the importance of various dietary components and explain
importance of dietary fibre.
PY10.14
Describe and discuss perception of taste and discuss patho-physiology of altered taste sensation
ECE – HOSPITAL VISIT –  A batch
BI11.14 Demonstrate the estimation of alkaline phosphatase
Thu
09.04.20
IA – neuroanatomy - practicals PY10.15
Describe and discuss functional anatomy of ear 
 
BI8.3 Provide dietary advice for optimal health in childhood and adult, in disease
conditions like diabetes mellitus, coronary artery disease and in
pregnancy.
BI8.4 Describe the causes (including dietary habits), effects and health risks
associated with being overweight/ obesity.
BI8.5 Summarize the nutritional importance of commonly used items of food
including fruits and vegetables.(macro-molecules & its importance)
INTEGRATION SPM, NUTRIONIST
Mon
13.04.20
AN26.2 Describe the features of norma frontalis AN26.2 Describe the features of normalateralis AN28.1 Describe muscles of facial expression and their nerve supply AN28.6 Identify superficial muscles of face, their nerve supply and actions PY10.15
Describe and discuss auditory pathways
DETERMINATION OF BLOOD PRESSURE – DEMO AND PRACTICALS
Wed
15.04.20
AN28.2 AN28.3 AN28.8 Describe sensory innervation of face
Describe origin /formation, course, branches /tributaries of facial vessels.
Explain surgical importance of deep facial vein
AN28.3  Demonstrate facial vessels BI7.7 Describe the role of oxidative stress in the pathogenesis of conditions
such as cancer, complications of diabetes mellitus and atherosclerosis
Py10.15
Describe and discuss physiology of hearing
 
DETERMINATION OF BLOOD PRESSURE – PRACTICALS – A BATCH
BI11.12 Demonstrate the estimation of serum bilirubin
Thu
16.04.20
AN28.4 Describe  branches of facial nerve with distribution AN28.7 Explain the anatomical basis of facial nerve palsy AN28.4 Demonstrate branches of facial nerve with distribution Py10.16
Describe and discuss pathophysiology of deafness. Describe hearing tests
BI11.17 Explain the basis and rationale of biochemical tests done in the following
conditions:
- diabetes mellitus,
- dyslipidemia,
Fri
17.04.20
AN28.9 AN28.10 Describe & demonstrate the parts, borders, surfaces, contents, relations and nerve supply of parotid gland with course of its duct and surgical importance
Explain the anatomical basis of Frey’s syndrome
AN28.9 Demonstrate the parts, borders, surfaces, contents, relations and nerve supply of parotid gland with course of its duct and surgical importance BI11.15 Describe & discuss the composition of CSF SPORTS
Sat
18.04.20
ECE - AN28.7 Explain the anatomical basis of facial nerve palsy (general medicine) Py10.17
Describe and discuss functional anatomy of eye, RETINAL LAYERS
 
CM 2.5
Describe social psychology, community behaviour and community relationship and
their impact on health and disease
IAT 8
Mon
20.04.20
AN26.2 Describe the features of norma occipitalis AN29.1 AN29.2 AN29.3
Describe attachments, nerve supply, relations and actions of sternocleidomastoid
Explain  anatomical basis of Erb’s&Klumpke’s palsy
Explain anatomical basis of wry neck
AN29.1 AN29.2 AN29.3
Demonstrate attachments, nerve supply, relations and actions of sternocleidomastoid
Explain  anatomical basis of Erb’s&Klumpke’s palsy
Explain anatomical basis of wry neck
PY10.17
Physiology of image formation, refractive errors, LIGHT AND DARK ADAPTATION
 
Py5.12
EFFECT OF EXERCISE AND POSTURE ON BP - DEMO
Tue
21.04.20
AN26.4 Describe morphological features of mandible AN42.1 AN42.3 Describe the  contents of the vertebral canal
Describe the position, direction of fibres, relations, nerve supply, actions of semispinalis capitis and splenius capitis
AN42.3 Demonstrate the position, direction of fibres, relations, nerve supply, actions of semispinalis capitis and splenius capitis PY10.17
physiology of vision including colour vision, colour blindness, FIELD OF VISION
physiology of pupil and light reflex, ACCOMODATION REFLEX
 
Py5.12
EFFECT OF EXERCISE AND POSTURE ON BP – PRACTICALS – B BATCH
SGD
     Wed
   22.04.20
AN35.1 Describe the  parts, extent, attachments, modifications of  deep cervical fascia AN26.5 AN26.7
Demonstrate features of typical and atypical cervical vertebrae (atlas and axis) and 7th cervical vertebra
BI7.6 Describe the anti-oxidant defence systems in the body. PY10.18
Describe and discuss the physiological basis of lesion in visual pathway
Py5.12
EFFECT OF EXERCISE AND POSTURE ON BP – PRACTICALS – A BATCH
SGD
Thu
23.04.20
AN42.2 Describe the boundaries and contents of Suboccipital triangle AN42.2 Demonstrate the boundaries and contents of Suboccipital triangle PY10.19
Describe and discuss auditory & visual evoke potentials
 
BI11.17 Explain the basis and rationale of biochemical tests done in the following
conditions:
- renal failure, gout,
- proteinuria,
 
Fri
24.04.20
AN31.1 Describe extra ocular muscles of eyeball AN31.2 AN31.3 Describe & demonstrate  nerves and vessels in the orbit
Describe anatomical basis of Horner’s syndrome
AN31.1 Identify extra ocular muscles of eyeball BI6.13 Describe the functions of the adrenal glands. Describe the cancer initiation, promotion oncogenes & oncogene
activation. Also focus on p53 & apoptosis
ECE – Guest lecture
Sat
25.04.20
IT - OP2.1 Enumerate the causes, describe and discuss the aetiology, clinical presentations and diagnostic features of common conditions of the lid and adnexa including Hordeolumexternum/ internum, blepharitis, preseptal cellulitis, dacryocystitis, hemangioma, dermoid, ptosis, entropion, lid lag, lagopthalmos (ophthalmology) SDL CM 2.4
Describe poverty and social security measures and its relationship to health and disease
 
SDL – CHARTS ON SPECIAL SENSES
Mon
27.04.20
AN31.4 Enumerate components of lacrimal apparatus AN31.5 Explain the anatomical basis of oculomotor, trochlear and abducent nerve palsies along with strabismus AN31.1 Identify extra ocular muscles of eyeball    
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IAT – SPECIAL SENSES
Tue
28.04.20
AN32.1 AN32.2 Describe boundaries and subdivisions of  anterior triangle
Describe boundaries and contents of  carotid, triangle
AN32.2 Describe boundaries and contents of  muscular, digastric and submental  triangles AN32.2 Demonstrate boundaries and contents of  muscular, carotid, digastric and submental  triangles INTRO TO ENDOCRINOLOGY, CLASSIFICATION OF HORMONES, MECHANISM OF ACTION OF HORMONES
 
  VIVA – SPECIAL SENSES – B BATCH
OSPE
Wed
29.04.20
AN29.4 Describe attachments of 1) inferior belly of omohyoid, 2)scalenus anterior, 3) scalenusmedius& 4) levator scapulae AN32.2 Demonstrate boundaries and contents of  muscular, carotid, digastric and submental  triangles BI10.2 Describe various biochemical tumor markers and the biochemical basis of
cancer therapy.
PY8.2
Describe the synthesis, secretion, transport, physiological actions, regulation and effect of altered (hypo and hyper) secretion of
  • HYPOTHALAMUS
 
VIVA – SPECIAL SENSES – A BATCH
OSPE
Thu
30.04.20
AN33.1 Describe extent, boundaries and contents of temporal fossae AN33.2 Describe  attachments, direction of fibres, nerve supply and actions of muscles of mastication AN33.1 Demonstrate extent, boundaries and contents of temporal fossae PY8.2
Describe the synthesis, secretion, transport, physiological actions, regulation and effect of altered (hypo and hyper) secretion of
ANTERIOR pituitary gland
BI11.17 Explain the basis and rationale of biochemical tests done in the following
conditions:
- nephrotic syndrome,
- edema,
                   
 

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