MBBS | Human-Anatomy | Syllabus | Upper Limb

MBBS | Human-Anatomy | Syllabus | Upper Limb

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1 Introduction Surface anatomy, Cutaneous vessels and nerves; Axillary lymph nodes Dermatomes 3
2 OSTEOLOGY Clavicle, Scapula, Humerus, Radius and Ulna

Identification & side determination; anatomical position; parts; articulations; muscle attachments; identification of carpals. Applied anatomy

Attachment at Carpal bones

commonest site of fracture Humerus: fractures – Colles’ fracture, Smith’s fracture, scaphoid fracture

Ossification of bones of upper limb; phalanges 12
3 Pectoral region  Clavipectoral  Fascia; Muscles; Applied anatomy 3
4 Mammary gland Location, structure, relations,  supply; lymphatic drainage;

Applied anatomy in referece to carcinoma breast

Influence of hormones Development of breast 1
5. Axilla Boundaries & contents; Axillary artery in detail, axillary lymph nodes

 

Scapular anastomosis

Applied anatomy

Surgical approach to axilla 3
6 Brachial plexus Formation, branches and injuries of brachial plexus

(Erb’s and Klumpke’s paralysis, Horners syndrome)

Blood supply 3
7 Back & scapular region Muscles, nerves, upper & lower triangular, quadrangular spaces, rotator cuff,  with applied anatomy Triangle of auscultation, lumbar triangle of Petit 6
8 Shoulder joint In detail – Type, relations, ligaments and bursas, blood and nerve supply; movements, applied anatomy Joint of the pectoral girdle  fracture , dislocation Scapulo-humeral rhythm 2
9 Arm Anterior and posterior compartments -Muscles, vessels and nerves;

applied anatomy

Changes at the level of insertion of coracobrachialis Morphological importance of coracobrachialis 8
10 Cubital fossa Boundaries and contents Anastomosis around the elbow 2
11 Elbow &

Radio ulnar joint

In detail – Type, relations, ligaments and bursas, blood and nerve supply; movements,  carrying angle applied anatomy Carrying angle Optimal position of elbow 1
12 Forearm Anterior and posterior compartments -Muscles, vessels and nerves; retinacula, applied anatomy Space of Parona, Anastomosis around the wrist Clinical testing of muscles 9
13 Hand Palmar aponeurosis, intrinsic muscles of hand, vessels & nerves

fascial spaces in palm (boundaries, contents), applied anatomy

Synovial sheaths of long flexor tendons, dorsal digital expansion Digital synovial sheath & its applied importance 9
14 Joints of hand 1st carpometacarpal joint In detail – Type, relations, ligaments, nerve supply; movements, applied anatomy

details of other small joints of hand is not required

Position of immobilization 1
15 Wrist joint In detail – Type, relations, ligaments ,blood and nerve supply; movements, applied anatomy 1
16 Nerves Median; ulnar; radial nerves – courses; branches, distribution, claw hand,carpal tunnel syndrome

applied anatomy

Ulnar paradox 2
17 Radiological aanatomy Identification, parts, joints Determination of age 2