Syllabus (Anatomy-II)


Total Lecture: 300 Hrs

Exam time: 3 Hrs.

Total marks: 200

                                                                                                               Written: 100

                                                                                        Oral / Practical: 50

                                                                                                   Sessional: 50

General Introduction:

  1. Histology – Cell, tissues of the body, epithelium, connective tissue, cartilage, bone, Vessels (Blood & lymph), muscle, nerve, etc.
  2. Osteology – Formation, function, growth & repair of bones.
  3. General Embryology– Ovum, spermatozoa’s, fertilization, differentiation, development, of various systems and fetal circulation.

Systems of the Human Body:

  1. Vascular System (Blood & Lymph) – Arteries, capillaries, veins, and lymph vessels.
  2. Cardio-Respiratory System – Anatomy of heart, upper & lower respiratory tract including nose, larynx, trachea, bronchi, pleura & lungs.
  3. Digestive System – Anatomy of the gastro intestinal tract.
  4. Urogenital System – Anatomy of Urinary system, male and female reproductive system.
  5. Endocrine System – The various organs and production of hormones including definition, structures in general, control of secretions, function and role of hypothalamus.
  6. Integumentary System.
  7. Surface Anatomy.

Neuro – Anatomy (Nervous System): Microscopic and gross study of:

1.      Peripheral Nerves 2.      Neuromuscular Junction
3.      Sensory End Organs 4.      Spinal Cord Segments & Areas.
5.      Brain stem 6.      Medulla & Cerebellum
7.      Inferior colliculi 8.      Superior Colliculi
9.      Diencephalon & Mescencephalon 10.  Hypothalamus
11.  Epithalamus 12.  Thalamus
13.  Cerebral hemispheres 14.  Corpus striatum
15.  Rhinencephalon 16.  Lateral ventricles
17.  Meninges 18.  Blood supply of the brain
19.  Internal Capsule 20.  Visual radiation
21.  Auditory radiation 22.  Thalamocortical radiations
23.  Pyramidal systems 24.  Extra – pyramidal systems
25.  Anatomic integration 26.  Intra- cortical integration
27.  Sympathetic system 28.  Para – sympathetic system
29.  Cranial nerves 30.  Sinus of head & nose

Practical Anatomy

  1. Surface Anatomy: To study, identify and mark the surface land marks on human body.
  2. To study the anatomy of C.N.S. and P.N.S. on a dissected human body.
  3. To study the gross anatomy of Respiratory, Cardiac, Vascular, Digestive, Endocrine, Urinary and Genital system on a dissected human body.

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