::: Currilculum Schedule (Pre Clinical) : JANUARY 2020
 
TEACHING SCHEDULE ACCORDING TO THE COMPETENCIES
JAN 8-9am 9-10am 10-11am 11-12noon 12-1pm 1-2pm 2-3pm 3-4pm
Thur
2.1.20
AN48.1 Describe the muscles of Pelvic diaphragm AN48.2 Describe &the position, features, important peritoneal and other relations, blood supply, nerve supply, lymphatic drainage and clinical aspects of fallopian tube, ovary AN52.2 Identify the microanatomical features of:
Fallopian tube and ovary
 INTRO TO REPRODUCTIVE PHYSIOLOGY Py9.1
Describe and discuss sex determination; sex differentiation and their abnormities and outline psychiatry and practical implication of sex determination
  BI4.2 Describe the processes involved in digestion and absorption of dietary
lipids and also the key features of their metabolism
 
Fri
3.1.20
AN48.2 Describe the position, features, important peritoneal and other relations, blood supply, nerve supply, lymphatic drainage and clinical aspects of uterus AN48.2 Demonstrate the position, features, important peritoneal and other relations, blood supply of uterus, ovary, fallopian tube . Py9.2
Describe and discuss puberty: onset, progression, stages; early and delayed puberty and outline adolescent clinical and psychological association.
BI4.3 Explain the regulation of lipoprotein metabolism & associated disorders.   SPORTS/ECA
Sat
4.1.20
SDL  -AN48.5 Explain the anatomical basis of Retroverted uterus, Prolapse uterus, Tubal pregnancy & Tubal ligation CM 1.9, CM 1.6
  • AETCOM/Demonstrate the role of effective Communication skills in health in a simulated environment-Principles/Lecture
  • Describe and discuss the concepts, the principles of Health promotion and Education, IEC and Behavioral change communication (BCC)
  HEMATOLOGY PRACTICALS REVISION
Mon
6.1.20
AN48.2 AN48.6 Describe the position, features, important peritoneal and other relations, blood supply, nerve supply, lymphatic drainage and clinical aspects of urinary bladder
Describe the neurological basis of Automatic bladder
AN48.2 Describe the position, features, important peritoneal and other relations, blood supply, nerve supply, lymphatic drainage and clinical aspects of rectum AN48.2 Demonstrate the position, features, important peritoneal and other relations, blood supply of urinary bladder, rectum PY9.3
Describe male reproductive system: functions of testis and control of spermatogenesis & factors modifying it and outline its association with psychiatric illness
  MODEL HEMATOLOGY PRACTICAL EXAM
Tue
7.1.20
AN48.2 AN48.8 Describe the position, features, important peritoneal and other relations, blood supply, nerve supply, lymphatic drainage and clinical aspects of anal canal
Mention the structures palpable during vaginal & rectal examination
AN48.2 Demonstrate the position, features, important peritoneal and other relations, blood supply of rectum and anal canal PY9.9
Interpret a normal semen analysis report including (a) sperm count, (b) sperm morphology and (c) sperm motility, as per WHO guidelines and discuss the results
  MODEL HEMATOLOGY PRACTICAL EXAM
BI11.21 Demonstrate the estimation of glucose
Wed
8.1.20
AN48.2 AN48.7 Describe the position, features, important peritoneal and other relations, blood supply, nerve supply, lymphatic drainage and clinical aspects of prostate, seminal vesicle,
Mention the lobes involved in benign prostatic hypertrophy & prostatic cancer
AN48.2 Describe the position, features, important peritoneal and other relations, blood supply, nerve supply, lymphatic drainage and clinical aspects of urethra AN48.2 Demonstrate the male pelvis BI11.24 Enumerate advantages and/or disadvantages of use of unsaturated,
saturated and trans fats in food.
PY9.4
Describe female reproductive system: (a) functions of ovary and its control; Oogenesis
  MODEL HEMATOLOGY PRACTICAL EXAM
BI11.21 Demonstrate the estimation of glucose
Thur
9.1.20
AN48.3 Describe the origin, course, important relations and branches of internal iliac artery AN48.4 Describe the branches of sacral plexus AN48.3 Demonstrate the origin, course, important relations and branches of internal iliac artery PY9.4
Describe female reproductive system: (b) menstrual cycle - hormonal, uterine and ovarian changes
  BI4.4 Describe the structure and functions of lipoproteins, their functions,
interrelations & relations with atherosclerosis
INTEGRATION PATH
Fri
10.1.20
AN52.2 Describe the microanatomical features ofuterus, cervix, placenta and umbilical cord AN52.2 Identify the microanatomical features of uterus, cervix, placenta and umbilical cord BI5.4 Describe Ammonia metabolism., urea cycle disorders   BI5.4 Describe urea cycle disorders PY9.5
Describe and discuss the physiological effects of sex hormones
PY9.7
Describe and discuss the effects of removal of gonads on physiological functions
Mon
13.1.20
AN50.1 Describe the curvatures of the vertebral column AN50.2 Describe the type, articular ends, ligaments and movements of Intervertebral joints, Sacroiliac joints & Pubic symphysis AN51.2 Identify the midsagittal section of male pelvis PY9.6
Enumerate the contraceptive methods for male and female. Discuss their advantages & disadvantages
 
  PY11.13
Obtain history and perform general examination in the volunteer
Tue
14.1.20
AN50.3 Describe lumbar puncture (site, direction of the needle, structures pierced during the lumbar puncture) AN50.4 Explain the anatomical basis of Scoliosis, Lordosis, Prolapsed disc, Spondylolisthesis & Spina bifida AN51.2 Identify the midsagittal section of female pelvis PY9.8
Describe and discuss the physiology of pregnancy,
PLACENTAL HORMONES, FETOPLACENTAL UNIT,parturition& lactation and outline the psychology and psychiatry-disorders associated with it.
  Obtain history and perform general examination in the volunteer
SGD
Sat
18.1.20
ECE - AN48.5 Explain the anatomical basis of suprapubic cystostomy, Urinary obstruction in benign prostatic hypertrophy, Retroverted uterus, Prolapse uterus, Internal and external haemorrhoids, Anal fistula, Vasectomy, Tubal pregnancy & Tubal ligation PY9.9
Discuss the physiological basis of various pregnancy tests
PY9.10
Discuss the hormonal changes and their effects during perimenopause and menopause
PY9.11
Discuss the common causes of infertility in a couple and role of IVF in managing a case of infertility.
 
CM 1.6
Describe and discuss the concepts, the principles of Health promotion and Education, IEC and Behavioral change communication (BCC)
  IAT 4
Mon
20.1.20
AN52.8 Describe the development of female reproductive system AN49.1 Describe the superficial & deep perineal pouch  (boundaries and contents) AN51.2 Identify the midsagittal section of female pelvis   IAT – REPRODUCTIVE PHYSIOLOGY
Tues 21.1.20 AN49.2 Describe Perineal body AN49.3 Describe  Perineal membrane in male & female AN51.2 Identify the midsagittal section of female pelvis PY7.1
Describe structure and function of kidney, TYPES OF NEPHRON, RENAL BLOOD FLOW
  VIVA – REPRODUCTIVE PHYSIOLOGY – B BATCH
BI11.21 Demonstrate estimation of serum proteins,
Wed 22.1.20 AN49.4 Describe boundaries, content & applied anatomy of Ischiorectal  fossa AN49.5 Explain the anatomical basis of  Perineal tear,  Episiotomy, Perianal abscess and Anal fissure AN51.2 Identify the midsagittal section of male pelvis BI5.4 Describe common disorders associated with protein metabolism. Glycine, seleno PY7.2
Describe the structure and functions of juxta glomerular apparatus and role of renin-angiotensin
  VIVA – REPRODUCTIVE PHYSIOLOGY – A BATCH
BI11.21 Demonstrate estimation of serum proteins,
Thu
23.1.20
AN52.3 Describe  the microanatomical features of  Cardiooesophageal junction, Corpus luteum AN51.2 Identify the midsagittal section of male pelvis PY7.3
Describe the mechanism of urine formation involving processes of filtration,tubular reabsorption & secretion;
  ECE
Fri
24.1.20
AN54.1 AN54.2 AN54.3 Identify features of plain X ray abdomen
Describe & identify the special radiographs of abdominopelvic region (contrast X ray Barium swallow, Barium meal, Barium enema, Cholecystography, Intravenous pyelography & Hysterosalpingography)
Describe role of ERCP, CT abdomen, MRI, Arteriography in radiodiagnosis of abdomen
BI5.4 Describe common disorders associated with protein metabolism. Acidic  AA   BI5.4 Describe common disorders associated with protein metabolism. Br chain  AA, polyamines, 1 carbon metabolism PY7.3
concentration and diluting mechanism OF URINE
Sat
25.1.20
IT - AN51.1 Identify the cross-section at the level of  T8, T10 and L1 (transpyloric plane) – (radiology) PY7.4
Describe & discuss the significance & implication of Renal Clearance
RENAL HANDLING OF Na, GLUCOSE, K, AMMONIA
CM 1.6
Describe and discuss the concepts, the principles of Health promotion and Education, IEC and Behavioral change communication (BCC)
  ECE – CASE DISCUSSION
Mon
27.1.20
AN55.1 Demonstrate the surface marking of; Regions and planes of abdomen, Superficial inguinal ring, Deep inguinal ring , McBurney’s point,  Renal Angle & Murphy’s point AN55.2 Demonstrate the surface projections of: Stomach, Liver, Fundus of gall bladder, Spleen, Duodenum, Pancreas, Ileocaecal junction, Kidneys & Root of mesentery AN55.1 AN55.2 Demonstrate the surface marking of; Regions and planes of abdomen, Superficial inguinal ring, Deep inguinal ring , McBurney’s point,  Renal Angle & Murphy’s point Demonstrate the surface projections of: Stomach, Liver, Fundus of gall bladder, Spleen, Duodenum, Pancreas, Ileocaecal junction, Kidneys & Root of mesentery PY7.5
Describe the renal regulation of fluid and electrolytes & acid-base balance
  PY4.10
Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the abdomen in a normal volunteer or simulated environment -Demo
Tue
   28.1.20
Revision – abdomen and pelvis PY7.6
Describe the innervations of urinary bladder, physiology of micturition and its abnormalities
PY7.9
Describe cystometry and discuss the normal cystometrogram
  PY4.10
Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the abdomen in a normal volunteer or simulated environment- PRACTICALS- B BATCH
BI11.8 Demonstrate estimation of serum, albumin and A:G ratio
BI11.22
Wed
29.1.20
Revision – abdomen and pelvis BI5.4 Describe common disorders associated with protein metabolism. Aromatic AA PY7.7
Describe artificial kidney, dialysis and renal transplantation
  PY4.10
Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the abdomen in a normal volunteer or simulated environment- PRACTICALS- A BATCH
BI11.8 Demonstrate estimation of serum, albumin and A:G ratio
BI11.22
Thu
30.1.20
IA – abdomen and pelvis theory PY7.8
Describe & discuss Renal Function Tests- INTEGRATION WITH BIOCHEMISTRY
  ECE
Fri
31.1.20
IA – abdomen and pelvis practicals BI5.4 Describe common disorders associated with protein metabolism. Tryptophan and disorders   BI6.6 Describe the biochemical processes involved in generation of energy in cells. EC E – GUEST LECTURE ON DIALYSIS BY NEPHROLOGIST
                   
 

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