MBBS | Human-Anatomy | Syllabus | Lower limb

MBBS | Human-Anatomy | Syllabus | Lower limb

S.No Topic Domain Time (in hour) Theory and Practical
Must Know Desirable to Know Nice to know
1 Introduction Surface anatomy, Fascia : superficial and deep, cutaneous nerves and inguinal lymph nodes Cutaneous vessels Patellar plexus 1
2 Osteology Hip bone, femur, patella, tibia and fibula Identification & side determination; anatomical position; parts; articulations; muscle attachments; identification of tarsal Applied anatomy Ossification of bones Tarsal bones (calcaneum and talus) Other tarsal bones and phalenges 16
3 Front of thigh Muscles, Femoral triangle& adductor canal (Boundaries & contents in detail), femoral sheath, femoral canal and ring ;  femoral artery course and branches applied aspect with special emphasis on hernia, blood supply of head of femur 8  
4 Adductor region Muscles, obturator nerve and vessels, Applied anatomy Accessory obturator nerve 3
5 Gluteal region Muscles, nerves and vessels, applied aspect with special emphasis on Tredelenberg’s test sites of intramuscular injections Trochanteric and cruciate anastomoses 6
6 Back of thigh Muscles, nerves and vessles, applied anatomy Anastomoses at the back of thigh 3
7 Popliteal fossa Boundaries and contents, applied anatomy Genicular anastomoses 3
8 Hip joint In detail – Type, relations, ligaments and bursas, blood and nerve supply; movements, applied anatomy  hip dislocation : congenital ,traumatic Radiographic picture 1
9 Knee joint In detail – Type, relations, ligaments and bursas, blood and nerve supply; movements with special emphasis on locking and unlocking, applied anatomy, meniscal injuries Axis of movement 4  
10 Front of leg & dorsum of foot Muscles, nerves & vessels, retinacula, applied aspect : foot drop 4
11 Posterior & lateral crural region Muscles, nerves & vessels, retinacula applied aspect 3
12 Ankle joint In detail – Type, relations, ligaments and bursas, blood and nerve supply; movements, applied anatomy, Tibio-fibular joint Small joints of foot 1
13 Arches of foot Bones forming, factors maintaining the arches, applied aspect Walking cycle & gait deformities 1
14 Sole of foot Layers of the sole (Muscles, nerves & vessels) Plantar arch 6
15 Venous drainage Superficial & deep veins, perforators, applied anatomy Tourniquet test Venesection 1  
16 Radiological anatomy Identification, parts, joints Determination of age 2