::: Currilculum Schedule (Pre Clinical) : NOVEMBER 2019
TEACHING SCHEDULE ACCORDING TO THE COMPETENCIES  
NOV 8-9am 9-10am 10-11am 11-12noon 12-1pm 1-2pm 2-3pm 3-4pm  
Fri
1.11.19
AN16.6 Describe and demonstrate the boundaries, roof, floor, contents and relations of popliteal fossa AN16.6 Describe and demonstrate the boundaries, roof, floor, contents and relations of popliteal fossa PY2.10
Define and classify different types of immunity. Describe the
development of immunity and its regulation
INNATE AND ACQUIRED IMMUNITY, IMMUNOGLOBULINS
 
BI6.5 Describe the biochemical role of vitamin C in the body and explain the
manifestations of their deficiency
 
 
       
Sat
2.11.19
SDL - AN15.4 Explain anatomical basis of Psoas abscess & Femoral hernia CM 17.1,    CM 17.5
  • Define and  describe the concept of health care to community
  • Describe health care delivery in India
  • Taluk hospital visit  /Urban health center visit
 
ECE – CHARTS (CASE BASED LEARNING)  
Mon
4.11.19
AN17.1 Describe and demonstrate the type, articular surfaces, capsule, synovial membrane, ligaments, relations, movements and muscles involved, blood and nerve supply, bursae around the hip joint AN17.2 Describe anatomical basis of complications of fracture neck of femur
AN17.3 Describe dislocation of hip joint and surgical hip replacement
AN17.1 Describe and demonstrate the type, articular surfaces, capsule, synovial membrane, ligaments, relations, movements and muscles involved, blood and nerve supply, bursae around the hip joint L
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IAT – BLOOD PHYSIOLOGY  
Tue
5.11.19
AN18.1 AN18.2 AN18.3 Describe and demonstrate major muscles of anterolateral compartment of leg, nerves, vessels, foot drop.
 
AN18.4 Describe and demonstrate the type, articular surfaces, capsule, synovial membrane, ligaments, relations, movements and muscles involved, blood and nerve supply, bursae around the knee joint AN18.5 AN18.6 AN18.7
Explain the anatomical basis of locking and unlocking of the knee joint. Describe knee joint injuries with its applied anatomy.
Explain anatomical basis of Osteoarthritis
  PY2.10
Define and classify different types of immunity. Describe the development of immunity and its regulation
CELL MEDIATED IMMUNITY, COMPLIMENT SYSTEM
 
  B BATCH
ECE – HOSPITAL VISIT
 
BI11.4 Perform Inorganic constituents of normal urine
A BATCH
 
 
Wed
6.11.19
AN19.1 AN19.3 AN19.4 Describe and demonstrate the major muscles of back of leg with their attachment, nerve supply and actions
Explain the concept of “Peripheral heart”
Explain the anatomical basis of rupture of calcaneal tendon
AN19.2 Describe and demonstrate the origin, course, relations, branches (or tributaries), termination of important nerves and vessels of back of leg AN19.1
Demonstrate the major muscles of back of leg with their attachment, nerve supply and actions
BI6.5 Describe the biochemical role of vitamin B 12 and Folic acid in the body and explain themanifestations of their deficiency PY2.10
Define and classify different types of immunity. Describe the development of immunity and its regulation CYTOKINES, AUTOIMMUNITY, IMMUNODEFICIENCY, ORGAN TRANSPLANT, LYMPH
A BATCH
ECE – HOSPITAL VISIT
 
BI11.4 Perform Inorganic constituents of normal urine
B BATCH
 
 
Thur
7.11.19
AN19.5 AN19.6 AN19.7
 Describe factors maintaining importance arches of the foot with its importance
Explain the anatomical basis of Flat foot & Club foot
Explain the anatomical basis of Metatarsalgia & Plantar fasciitis
AN19.1
Demonstrate the major muscles of back of leg with their attachment, nerve supply and actions
PY10.5
Describe and discuss structure and functions of  autonomic nervous system (ANS)
BI 6.9, 6.10 Describe the functions of various Iron in the body, their metabolism and homeostasis.
Enumerate and describe the disorders associated with mineral
metabolism. MED INT
 
Fri
8.11.19
Sole – 1st and 2nd layer Sole – 3rd and 4th layer Demonstrate Sole BI 6.9, 6.10 Describe the functions of various P, Mg, Mn, S in the body, their metabolism and homeostasis.
Enumerate and describe the disorders associated with mineral
metabolism.
BI 6.9, 6.10 Describe the functions of various Zn, Se, Li, Cu, I, Fl in the body, their metabolism and homeostasis.
Enumerate and describe the disorders associated with mineral
metabolism.
PY10.10
Describe and discuss chemical transmission in the nervous system.(Outline the psychiatry element).
 
Mon
11.11.19
AN20.1 Describe and demonstrate the type, articular surfaces, capsule, synovial membrane, ligaments, relations, movements and muscles involved, blood and nerve supply of tibiofibular and ankle joint AN20.3 AN20.4 Describe and demonstrate Fascia lata, Venous drainage, Lymphatic drainage, Retinacula & Dermatomes of lower limb
Explain anatomical basis of enlarged inguinal lymph nodes
Demonstrate Sole PY10.10
CELL SIGNALLING
PY2.11
ESTIMATION OF DIFFERENTIAL LEUCOCYTE COUNT - DEMO
 
Tue
12.11.19
AN20.6 Identify the bones and joints of lower limb seen in anteroposterior and lateral view radiographs of various regions of lower limb AN20.7 Identify & demonstrate important bony landmarks of lower limb: -Vertebral levels of highest point of iliac crest, posterior superior iliac spines, iliac tubercle, pubic tubercle, ischial tuberosity, adductor tubercle, -Tibial tuberosity, head of fibula, -Medial and lateral malleoli, Condyles of femur and tibia,    sustentaculumtali, tuberosity of fifth metatarsal, tuberosity of the                                                                 navicular AN20.2
Demonstrate ankle joint, subtalar and transverse tarsal joints
PY10.1
Describe and discuss the organization of nervous system
CSF, BLOOD BRAIN BARRIER
 
B BATCH
DIFFERENTIAL COUNT - PRACTICALS
 
BI11.4 Perform organic constituents of normal urine
A BATCH
 
 
Wed
13.11.19
AN20.8 AN20.9 Identify & demonstrate palpation of femoral, popliteal, post tibial, anti tibial& dorsalis pedis blood vessels in a simulated environment
Identify & demonstrate Palpation of  vessels (femoral, popliteal,dorsalispedis,posttibial), Mid inguinal point, Surface projection of: femoral nerve, Saphenous opening, Sciatic, tibial, common peroneal  & deep peroneal nerve, Great and small saphenous veins
AN20.10 Describe basic concept of development of lower  limb BI 6.9, 6.10 Describe the functions of various Na, K, Cl  in the body, their metabolism and homeostasis.
Enumerate and describe the disorders associated with mineral
metabolism.
 
PY10.2
Describe and discuss the functions and properties of synapse, reflex, receptors
CLASSSIFICATION OF SENSATION, SENSORY RECEPTOR AND PROPERTIES
A BATCH
DIFFERENTIAL COUNT - PRACTICALS
 
BI11.4 Perform organic constituents of normal urine
B BATCH
 
 
Thur
14.11.19
LOWER LIMB REVISION PY10.2
Describe and discuss the functions and properties of synapse, reflex, receptors
FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY, TYPES, TRANSMISSION AND PROPERTIES OF SYNAPSE
ECE  
Fri
15.11.19
LOWER LIMB REVISION BI 6.7Describe the processes involved in maintenance of normal pH, water &
electrolyte balance of body fluids and the derangements associated with
these.
 
SPORTS/ECA  
Sat
16.11.19
ECE - AN20.5 Explain anatomical basis of varicose veins and deep vein thrombosis (surgery) PY10.6
Describe and discuss Spinal cord, its functions, lesion & sensory disturbances
SPINAL CORD – FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY, LAYERS, APPLIED ASPECT
CM 17.5
  • Describe health care delivery in India
 
IAT 2  
Mon
18.11.19
IA – LOWER LIMB THEORY PY10.2
Describe and discuss the functions and properties of synapse, reflex, receptors
REFLEXES – MONOSYNAPTIC, POLYSYNAPTIC REFLEXES- PROPERTIES
PY2.12
ESTIMATE THE OSMOTIC FRAGILITY – DEMO AND PRACTICAL
 
Tue
19.11.19
IA – LOWER LIMB PRACTICALS PY10.3
Describe and discuss somatic sensations &sensory tracts
B BATCH
DIFFERENTIAL COUNT – REVISION
 
BI11.4 Perform abnormal constituents of urine I
A BATCH
 
 
Wed
20.11.19
IA – LOWER LIMB PRACTICALS BI6.1 introduction to metabolismBI3.2 Describe the processes involved in digestion and assimilation of
carbohydrates and storage.
 
PY10.3
Describe and discuss PHYSIOLOGY OF PAIN
 
A BATCH
DIFFERENTIAL COUNT - REVISION
 
BI11.4 Perform abnormal constituents of urine I
B BATCH
 
 
Thur
21.11.19
AN44.1 AN44.2 Describe & demonstrate the Planes (transpyloric, transtubercular, subcostal, lateral vertical, linea alba, lineasemilunaris), regions & Quadrants of abdomen
Describe & identify the Fascia, nerves  & blood vessels of anterior abdominal wall
AN44.6 Describe  & demonstrate attachments of muscles of anterior abdominal wall AN44.6 Demonstrate attachments of muscles of anterior abdominal wall PY10.4
Describe and discuss motor tracts – PYRAMIDAL TRACT
BI4.2 Describe the processes involved in digestion and absorption of dietary
lipids and also the key features of their metabolism
BI5.3 Describe the digestion and absorption of dietary proteins. MED INT
 
Fri
22.11.19
AN44.3 AN44.7 Describe the formation of rectus sheath and its contents
Enumerate common Abdominal incisions.
AN44.4 AN44.5 Describe & demonstrate extent, boundaries, contents of Inguinal canal including Hesselbach’s  triangle Explain the anatomical basis of inguinal hernia AN44.3 Demostrate the formation of rectus sheath and its contents BI3.3 Describe and discuss the digestion and assimilation of carbohydrates
from food.
BI3.4 Define and differentiate the pathways of carbohydrate metabolism,
glycolysis,
 
PY10.4
Describe and discuss EXTRA PYRAMIDAL TRACT, UMN / LMN LESION, BROWN SEQUARD SYNDOME
 
 
Sat
23.11.19
IT – Inguinal hernia (surgery) PY10.4
Describe and discuss mechanism of maintenance of tone, control of body movements, posture and equilibrium & vestibular apparatus
CM 17.5
  • Describe health care delivery in India
 
ECE – CHARTS (CASE OR PROBLEM BASED LEARNING)  
Mon
25.11.19
AN52.4 Describe the development of anterior abdominal wall AN46.1 Describe & demonstrate coverings, internal structure, side determination,blood supply, nerve supply, lymphatic drainage & descent of testis with its applied anatomy AN52.2 Describe & identify the microanatomical features of testis      
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  IAT – CNS-I
1-4 PM
 
   
Tue
26.11.19
AN45.1 AN45.3 Mention the major subgroups of back muscles, nerve supply and action Describe Thoracolumbar fascia AN44.4 AN 45.3 Demonstrate extent, boundaries, contents of Inguinal canal, major subgroups of back muscles PY4.1
Describe the structure and functions of digestive system
PY4.6
Describe the Gut-Brain Axis                               
INTRO, ENS, EFFECTS OF ANS ON GIT- INTEGRATION WITH ANATOMY
B BATCH
VIVA – CNS-I
 
BI11.4 Perform abnormal constituents of urine II
A BATCH
 
 
Wed
27.11.19
AN46.2 AN46.3 AN46.4 AN46.5 Describe parts of Epididymis
Describe Penis under following headings: (parts, components, blood supply and lymphatic drainage)
Explain the anatomical basis of Varicocoele
Explain the anatomical basis of Phimosis & Circumcision
AN46.1 AN46.2 AN46.3
Demonstration of male external genitalia
BI3.4 Define and differentiate the pathways of carbohydrate metabolism,Oxidation of pyruvate, PDH complex, BPG shunt, Cori Cycle
 
PY4.2
Describe the composition, mechanism of secretion, functions, and regulation of saliva, gastric, pancreatic, intestinal juices and bile secretion
SALIVARY GLAND – COMPOSITION, FUNCTION,REGULATION, APPLIED ASPECT
A BATCH
VIVA – CNS -I
 
BI11.4 Perform abnormal constituents of urine II
B BATCH
 
 
Thur
28.11.19
AN47.1 Describe & identify boundaries and recesses of Lesser & Greater sac AN47.2 AN47.3 AN47.4 Name & identify various peritoneal folds & pouches with its explanation
Explain anatomical basis of Ascites & Peritonitis
Explain anatomical basis of Subphrenic abscess
AN47.1 Describe & identify boundaries and recesses of Lesser & Greater sac PY4.2
Describe the composition, mechanism of secretion, functions, and regulation of saliva, gastric, pancreatic, intestinal juices and bile secretion
GASTRIC SECRETION – COMPOSITION, FUNCTION, MECHANISM OF SECRETION, PHASES, REGULATION
 
ECE  
Fri
29.11.19
AN52.2 Describe & identify the microanatomical features of epididymis, vas deferens, penis AN 52.2 Identify and demonstrate microanatomical features of epididymis, vas deferens, penis BI3.4 Define and differentiate the pathways of carbohydrate metabolism,
gluconeogenesis,
 
BI3.4 Define and differentiate the pathways of carbohydrate metabolism,
Glycogen metabolism,
 
PY4.2
Describe the composition, mechanism of secretion, functions, and regulation of saliva, gastric, pancreatic, intestinal juices and bile secretion
 
GASTRIC MUCOSAL BARRIER, APD, ANTIULCER DRUGS, ROLE OF H.PYLORI, GASTRIC FUNCTION TEST
 
Sat
30.11.19
Histology revision PY4.2
Describe the composition, mechanism of secretion, functions, and regulation of saliva, gastric, pancreatic, intestinal juices and bile secretion
PANCREATIC SECRETION – COMPOSITION, FUNCTIONS, REGULATION, APPLIED
CM 1.5:
Describe the application of interventions at various levels of prevention
ECE  
                       
 
 

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