::: Currilculum Schedule (Pre Clinical) : MARCH 2020
TEACHING SCHEDULE ACCORDING TO THE COMPETENCIES
MAR 8-9am 9-10am 10-11am 11-12noon 12-1pm 1-2pm 2-3pm 3-4pm
Mon
02.03.20
AN26.1 Demonstrate anatomical position of skull, Identify and locate individual skull bones in skull AN26.2 Describe the features of normaverticalis, AN26.1 AN26.2 Demonstrate anatomical position of skull, Identify and locate individual skull bones in skull Describe the features of normaverticalis, PY5.6
Describe abnormal ECG, arrythmias, heart block and myocardial Infarction
  PY6.9
Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the respiratory system in a normal volunteer or simulated environment - DEMO
Tue
03.03.20
AN27.1 Describe the layers of scalp, its blood  supply, its nerve supply and surgical  importance AN27.2 Describe emissary veins with its role in spread of infection from extracranial route to intracranial venous sinuses AN27.1 Describe the layers of scalp, its blood  supply, its nerve supply and surgical  importance PY5.7
Describe and discuss haemodynamics of circulatory system
PY6.9
Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the respiratory system in a normal volunteer or simulated environment-PRACTICALS – B BATCH
BI11.10 Demonstrate the estimation of triglycerides
Wed
04.03.20
AN26.3 AN30.1
AN30.2
Describe cranial cavity, its subdivisions, foramina and structures passing through them
 
AN26.3 AN30.1
AN30.2
Demonstrate cranial cavity, its subdivisions, foramina and structures passing through them
 
BI7.2 Translation PY5.8
Describe and discuss local and systemic cardiovascular regulatory mechanisms
 
PY6.9
Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the respiratory system in a normal volunteer or simulated environment-PRACTICALS – A BATCH
BI11.10 Demonstrate the estimation of triglycerides
Thu
05.03.20
AN 30.3 AN56.1 Describe various layers of meninges with its extent & modifications Describe duralfolds AN30.3 AN30.4 Describe  dural venous sinuses
Describe clinical importance of dural venous sinuses
AN30.3 Identify dural folds &dural venous sinuses PY5.9
Describe the factors affecting heart rate,
 
ECE
Fri
06.03.20
AN30.5 Explain pituitary gland AN30.3 Identify dural folds &dural venous sinuses PY5.9
regulation of cardiac output & blood pressure
 
BI7.2 post translational modification,
BI7.3 Describe gene mutations
 
SPORTS
Sat
07.03.20
SDL - AN30.5 Explain effect of pituitary tumours on  visual pathway CM 1.9, CM 1.10
  • AETCOM/Demonstrate the role of effective Communication skills in health in a
            simulated environment-Discussion
  • AETCOM/Demonstrate the important aspects of the doctor patient relationship in a
          simulated environment/SDL
ECE  - ECHO/VIDEO DEMONSTRATION OF VALVES
Mon
09.03.20
AN57.1 AN57.2 Describe external features of spinal cord
Describe extent of spinal cord in child & adult with its clinical implication
 
AN56.2 AN57.5 Describe circulation of CSF with its applied anatomy Describe anatomical basis of syringomyelia AN57.1 Identify external features of spinal cord
 
PY5.10
Describe & discuss regional circulation including
microcirculation, lymphatic circulation, capillary, skin,
  • Coronary Circulation,
  • Cerebral circulation,
 
PY5.13
Record and interpret normal ECG in a volunteer or simulated environment
Tue
10.03.20
AN57.3 Describe transverse section of spinal cord at mid-cervical & midthoracic level
 
AN57.4 Enumerate ascending & descending tracts at mid thoracic level of spinal cord AN57.3 Draw & label transverse section of spinal cord at mid-cervical & midthoracic level PY5.11
Foetal circulation, pulmonary and splanchnic circulation
 
ECE – HOSPITAL VISIT – B BATCH
BI11.11 Demonstrate estimation of calcium
Wed
11.03.20
AN64.1 Describe & identify the microanatomical features of Spinal cord BI7.3 Describe basic mechanism of regulation of gene expression PY5.11
Describe the patho-physiology of shock, syncope and heart failure
ECE – HOSPITAL VISIT – A BATCH
BI11.11 Demonstrate estimation of calcium
Thu
12.03.20
AN58.1 AN58.2 Describe external features of medulla oblongata Describe transverse section of medulla oblongata at the level of 1) pyramidal decussation, 2) sensory decussation 3) ION AN58.3 AN58.4 Enumerate cranial nerve nuclei in medulla oblongata with their functional group
Describe anatomical basis & effects of medial & lateral medullary syndrome
AN58.1 AN58.2 Demonstrate external features of medulla oblongata
and transverse section of medulla oblongata at the level of 1) pyramidal decussation, 2) sensory decussation 3) ION
ECG – guest lecture BI11.16 Observe use of commonly used equipments/techniques in biochemistry
laboratory including:
•ELISA
•Immunodiffusion
Fri
13.03.20
AN59.1 AN59.2 Describe external features of pons, transverse section of pons at the upper and lower level AN59.3 Enumerate cranial nerve nuclei in pons with their functional group AN59.1 AN59.2 Demonstrate external features of pons
Draw & label transverse section of pons at the upper and lower level
BI7.3 Describe basic mechanism of regulation of gene expression
 
BI7.4 Describe applications of
PCR in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases with genetic basis.
SDL – CHARTS ON CVS
Mon
16.03.20
AN61.2 AN61.3 Describe internal features of midbrain at the level of superior & inferior colliculus Describe anatomical basis & effects of Benedikt’s and Weber’s syndrome AN61.1 Identify external & internal features of midbrain    
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  IAT – CARDIOVASCULAR PHYSIOLOGY
Tue
17.03.20
AN60.1 Describe external & internal features of cerebellum AN60.2 AN60.3 Describe connections of cerebellar cortex and intracerebellar nuclei
Describe anatomical basis of cerebellar dysfunction
AN60.1
Demonstrate external & internal features of cerebellum
PY10.7
Describe and discuss functions and the abnormalities of
cerebral cortex,
 
  VIVA– CARDIOVASCULAR PHYSIOLOGY – B BATCH
BI11.11 Demonstrate estimation of phosphorous
Wed
18.03.20
AN64.2
Describe the development of neural tube, spinal cord, medulla oblongata, pons, midbrain, cerebral hemisphere & cerebellum
AN64.1 Describe & identify the microanatomical features of Cerebellum BI7.4 Describe applications of molecular technologies like recombinant DNA
technology,
PY10.7
Describe and discuss functions and the abnormalities of
basal ganglia
VIVA – CARDIOVASCULAR PHYSIOLOGY – A BATCH
BI11.11 Demonstrate estimation of phosphorous
Thu
19.03.20
AN62.1 Enumerate cranial nerve nuclei with its functional component AN62.2 Describe surfaces, sulci, gyri, poles AN62.2 Demonstrate surfaces, sulci, gyri, poles PY10.7
Describe and discuss functions and the abnormalities of
basal ganglia,
BI11.16 Observe use of commonly used equipments/techniques in biochemistry
laboratory including:
•ABG analyzer
•Autoanalyser
Fri
20.03.20
AN62.2
 Describe functional areas of cerebral hemisphere
AN62.2  Demonstrate functional areas of cerebral hemisphere BI7.4 Describe applications of RFLP, cloning, Gene therapy
 
SPORTS
Sat
21.03.20
ECE - AN64.3 Describe various types of open neural tube defects PY10.7
Describe and discuss functions and the abnormalities of
cerebellum,
CM 1.10
AETCOM/Demonstrate the important aspects of the doctor patient relationship in a
simulated environment/SDL
IAT 7
Mon
23.03.20
AN62.3 Describe the white matter of cerebrum AN62.4 Enumerate parts & major connections of basal ganglia AN62.3 Demonstrate the white matter of cerebrum PY10.7
Describe and discuss functions and the abnormalities of
cerebellum
EXAMINATION OF ARTERIAL AND VENOUS PULSE – DEMO AND PRACTICALS
Tue
24.03.20
AN62.4 Enumerate parts & major connections of limbic lobe AN62.5 Describe boundaries, parts, gross relations, major nuclei and connections of dorsal thalamus, AN62.3 Demonstrate the white matter of cerebrum PY10.7
Describe and discuss functions and the abnormalities of
  • thalamus,
 
PY5.16
Record Arterial pulse tracing using finger plethysmography in a volunteer or simulated environment – A BATCH
BI11.12 Demonstrate the estimation of serum bilirubin
Thu
26.03.20
AN62.5 Describe boundaries, parts, gross relations, major nuclei and connections of hypothalamus, epithalamus, metathalamus and subthalamus AN64.1 Describe & identify the microanatomical features of Cerebrum PY10.7
Describe and discuss functions and the abnormalities of
hypothalamus,
BI11.16 Observe use of commonly used equipments/techniques in biochemistry
laboratory including:
•quality control and DNA isolation from blood  or tissue
Fri
27.03.20
AN62.6 Describe formation, branches & major areas  of distribution of circle of Willis AN62.6 Demonstrate circle of Willis BI5.4 Describe plasma proteins
 
BI9.1 List the functions and components of the extracellular matrix (ECM).
BI9.2 Discuss the involvement of ECM components in health and disease
PY10.7
Describe and discuss functions and the abnormalities of
limbic system
Sat
28.03.20
IT - IM18.1 Describe the functional and the vascular anatomy of the brain (general medicine) PY10.5
Describe and discuss functions and the abnormalities of
reticular activating system
 
CM 1.10
AETCOM/Demonstrate the important aspects of the doctor patient relationship in a
 simulated environment-GROUP DISCUSSION
PY5.16
Record Arterial pulse tracing using finger plethysmography in a volunteer or simulated environment
Mon
30.03.20
AN63.1 Describe parts, boundaries &features of lateral ventricle AN63.1 Demonstrate parts, boundaries & features of lateral ventricle PY10.8
Describe and discuss behavioural and EEG characteristics during sleep and mechanism responsible for its production
 
PY10.15
Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the cardiovascular system in a normal volunteer or simulated environment - DEMO
Tue
31.03.20
AN63.1 Describe parts, boundaries & features of IIIrd ventricle AN63.1 Demonstrate parts, boundaries & features of IIIrd ventricle PY10.12
Identify normal EEG forms
 
  PY10.15
Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the cardiovascular system in a normal volunteer or simulated environment – PRACTICALS – B BATCH
BI11.13 Demonstrate the estimation of SGOT/ SGPT
                   
 

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