MBBS | Human-Anatomy | Syllabus | Abdomen, Perineum, Pelvis

MBBS | Human-Anatomy | Syllabus | Abdomen, Perineum, Pelvis

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1 Osteology Lumbar vertebra, sacrum, bony pelvis Identification, parts; articulations; muscle attachments; Pelvimetry and sexual dimorphism, Applied anatomy Intervertebral disc, lumbar puncture 6
2 Introduction  to abdomen &  anterior  abdominal wall Regions of abdomen, surface landmarks, umbilicus, layers of anterior abdominal wall, superficial fascia, cutaneous nerves, muscles , 4  
3 Rectus sheath Formation, contents and applied aspect new concept of rectus sheath 1  
4 Inguinal region Inguinal ligament, boundaries and contents of inguinal canal, defense mechanism, special emphasis on inguinal hernia 3  
5 Male external genital organs (including testis) Penis, scrotum, testis, spermatic cord with applied aspects Anatomical basis of varicocele Hydrocele 3  
6 Abdominal cavity peritoneum Peritoneal reflections and disposition, epiploic foramen greater and lesser sac,  functionsand applied anatomy Internal hernia Peritoneal fluid 4  
7   Abd. Oesophagus& Stomach Stomach : External features, relations, blood supply, innervation and lymphatic drainage , Applied aspect Peritoneal ligament Factors preventing gastro-esophageal reflux 3  
8 Small intestine Parts,  Duodenum in detail External features, relations, blood supply, innervation and lymphatic drainage , Applied aspect meckel’s diverticulum, Mesentery Duodenal recess 6  
9 Large intestine Parts,  gross features, blood & nerve supply&Applied aspect Caecum and appendix in detail – with relevant applied anatomy: Lymphatic drainage 3
10 Vessels of abdomen Abdominal aorta; IVC, Portal vein, with special emphasis on porto-systemic anastomosis, applied aspect 4
11 Spleen, pancreas and liver External features, relations, ligaments, blood supply, innervation and lymphatic drainageApplied aspect Couinaud’s classification of liver Splenic microcirculation 7
12 Extra hepatic biliary apparatus Bile duct, cystic duct and Gall bladder and applied aspect Calots triangle Bile composition and secretion 1
13 Post abdominal wall Muscles, thoraco-lumbar fascia, vessels, lumbar plexus and applied aspect Lymphatics Coeliac plexus, Lumbo-sacral triangle of Marcille 3
14 Kidney External features, relations, blood supply, innervation and lymphatic drainageApplied aspect Renal angle and vascular segments 4  
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15 Ureter Parts, relations, constrictions, blood supply,Applied aspect 1
16 Suprarenalgland External features, relations, blood supply Cushing’s syndrome, Addison’s disease 1
19 Pelvis Pelvic inlet, outlet, cavity, pelvic diaphragm in detail, nerves and vessels Pelvic fascia, articulatons of pelvis Superior and inferior hypogastric& coccygeal plexus 4  
20 Urinary bladder External features, relations, ligaments,interior of bladder,blood supply, innervation and lymphatic drainageApplied aspect Neurological disorders of Micturition Reflex control of Micturition 3
21 Urethra Parts, relations, blood supply, innervation and lymphatic drainage Applied aspect Catheterization of bladder Female urethra 1
22 Male reproductive system Ductus deferens, Prostate – gross features, lobes ,ligaments, age changes of prostate & applied anatomy seminal vesicles 3
23 Female reproductive system Ovary – External features, relations, ligaments,blood supply, innervation and lymphatic drainageApplied aspect Uterine tube – Parts, external features, relations, blood supply, nerve supply, lymphatics, applied anatomy Vagina 1
24 Uterus External features, axis, relations, ligaments, blood supply, innervation and lymphatic drainage with special emphasis of support of uterus Applied aspect 4
25 Perineum Superficial and deep perineal pouch(boundaries and contents), urogenital diaphragm Attachment of urogenital diaphragm muscles Male & female external genitalia 4
26 Ischiorectal fossa Boundaries and contents, pudendal canal & its content;  applied anatomy Sub divisions of ischiorectal space ,Recesses of ischiorectal fossa 1
27 Radiographic anatomy Parts, identification, joints, barium studies, KUB, hysterosalpingography, Cholangiography 4