Syllabus (General surgery)

General Surgery

Total Lecture: 100 Hrs

Exam Time: 3 Hrs.                                                                  

    Total marks: 150

Written: 100

                                                                                                  Oral / Practical: 30

                                                                                                        Sessional: 20

  1. Introduction to principles of surgery and its procedure.

2. Shock definition, types, clinical feature, pathology & management.

3. Hemorrhage common sites, complication, clinical features & management.

4. Blood Transfusion Blood group matching, indication & complication.

5. Anesthesia Principles of anesthesia, types & procedure.

6. Wounds, Tissue repair, Classification Acute Wounds, Chronic wounds, Scars & their management.

7. Wound infections: – Physiology and manifestation, Types of infections & their management.

8. Tumors and Ulcers:

  1. Tumors – Types & management.
  2. Ulcers – Types & management.

9. Burn Causes, Classification, Clinical features & management

10. Skin Grafting Indications, Types & management.

11. Hand Infections Types & Procedures.

12. General Injuries Types & management.

13. Complications of Surgery.

14. Abdominal Surgery Types of Incisions & common surgical procedures.

15. Thoracic and Cardiac Surgery – Types of incisions & common surgical procedures.

16. Common Neuro-Surgery- Types of incisions & common surgical procedures, complications and their possible management.

Obstetrics & Gynecology

  1. Pregnancy, stages of labour & its complications, indications & Types of surgical procedures.
  2. Gynecological disorders – Salpingities, parametritis, retro – uterus, prolapse of uterus, pelvic inflammatory diseases, urinary incontinence.

Ophthalmology

  1. Common inflammations and other infections of eye.
  2. Ptosis
  3. Blindness – common causes & management.
  4. Refractions – Testing, errors & remedies
  5. Strabismus – Types, features & corrective measures.

Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT)

  1. Introduction – Outline mechanism of audition, olfaction & speech.
  2. Classify causes of hearing impairment, assessment techniques, conservative & surgical management.
  3. Hearing Aids – Types & indications.
  4. Outline common ENT infections & which affect hearing, breathing, speech & their management.
  5. Outline the function of vestibular organ, its common disorders & their management.

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