MPSC Main - Medical Sciences Syllabus

Updated on: Mar 20, 2013

Paper I

Standard : MBBS DegreeTotal Marks : 200
Nature of Paper : Conventional TypeDuration : 3 Hours

Note :1)Answers to this paper must be written in English only
  2)This paper will test the candidate's ability to comprehend, to analyse, to interpret, to criticise and to appraise subject matter related to the topics/sub- topics mentioned below.
  3) It is expected from candidates to study the latest and recent developments and happenings pertaining to the topics/sub- topics mentioned below.

Section - A ( Marks : 50 )

01)General Anatomy - Bone, Joints, Muscles,Cartilage, integument & Skin, Appendages, fascia, Blood Vessels, lymphatics, Neurology

02)Regional Anatomy -
a)Upper limb : Joints, arteries, veins, lymphatics, bones, muscles and nervesof Upper limb with applied anatomyMammary gland, axilla, cubital fossa brachial plexus
b)Lower limb : Joints, arteries, veins,lymphatics, bones, muscles and nerves of Lower limb with applied, anatomyfemoral triangle; adductor canal,poplitealfossa, sole, arches of foot, gluteal region
c)Abdomen and thorax : Joints, arteries, veins,lymphatics, bones, muscles and nerves , Anterior abdominal wall, quadrants,peritoneum, Anatomy of thoracic and pelvic diaphragm with its applied,anatomy Thoracic wall, thoracic inlet, outlet, intercostal space, mediastinum, pleura pericardium and heart
d)Head - face and neck : triangles of neck, oral and NasalCavity, Salivary glands, face, scalp, larynx, pharynx, orbit, eyeball, ear,spinal cord, CSF, meninges and Brain
2)Histology :

01)General Histology -cell, cell organelles-nucleuschromatin Epithelial- Cilia;Microvilli; Stereocilia; Glands, Connectivetissue Bone - Cartilage Neurons andNeuroglia, Blood vessels, Lymphoid tissue

02)Systemic histology - skin and its appendages, lip, tongue; tooth, salivary glands; GITract with glands, Respiratory system, Urinary system, Male and Femalereproductive system, Endocrine glands, nerves system, Cornea; Sclerocornealjunction; Lens; Retina; Optic nerve Cochlea
3)Embryology :

01)General embryology - Gametogenesis: reproductive cycles,Fertilisation, Contraception, Sex determination, “Sex-ratio”, Cleavages,Implantation and development of embryo, Foetal membranes, Allantois,Derivatives of germ layers, Decidua; Umbilical cord; Foetomaternal circulation

02)Systemic Embryology - Development of Cardio-vascularsystem, Respiratory system,Gastrointestinal system with related glands,Unriary system, Male and Female reproductive system Skin and appendages Pharyngeal arches, Development of face,palate, endocrine glandsSpinal Cord and Brain, Forebrain,Midbrain and Hindbrain, Peripheral Nervous System- Eye and Ear
Mendelism, Eugenics, Sexchromatin, Population geneticsCytogenetics, Cell cycle, Molecular genetics Gene, Genetic code, DNA, RNA Inheritance : Pedigree charts Mutation,Polymorphism, Lyon’s hypothesis; teratogenesis Chromosomalabnormalities, Prenatal diagnosis Karyotype and genetic counselling Clinicalgenetics
Section - B ( Marks : 50 )

01)General physiology and hematology - Homeostasis, Biofeedbackmechanisms Cell Physiology, Blood : Plasma proteins, anaemia, polycythemiaHaemopoiesis, Immunity : Blood groups, Hemostasis and Anticoagulants, Bodyfluid compartments, Blood volume Bone marrow, Haemoglobinopathies,haemorrhagic diseases

02)Respiratory physiology and Cardiovascular physiology - Physiology of respiratory system, Mechanics of respiration, deadspace, Diffusion of Gases, Transport of oxygen and carbondioxide, Control ofBreathing, Hypoxia, Artificial respiration, Pulmonary function testsProperties of cardiac muscle heart, pacemaker, ECG ,Cardiac cycleHaemodynamics, cardiac output, Blood pressure, Capillary circulation, tissuefluid, lymphatic system, Regionalcirculation

03)Renal physiology, Body temperature regulation - kidney, Renal circulation, Concept of clearance, Formation of urine, acid-base balance Physiology of micturition, Artificialkidney, dialysis, Regulation ofbody temperature

04)Alimentary system and nutrition - Motility of GIT and GIT hormones Digestion & absorption,concept of balanced diet, caloricrequirements, nutrients

05)Reproductive physiology and endocrinesystem -Hypothalamus, pituitary, Thyroid, Parathyroid, Adrenaland medullary hormones, Male and Female reproductive system, Sex chromosomes,Barr bodies, sex determination, sex differentiation, pregnancy, Lactation,Contraception

06)Central nervous system andspecial senses - Action potential, Muscle contraction,skeletal muscle, motor units, EMG synapse, neurotransmitters receptors, toneposture, sensations Reflexes, Tracts,UMN & LMN, Spinal cord, Medulla oblongata, Pons, midbrain Thalamic orDecorticate animal, Posture & Equilibrium, vestibular apparatus,Thalamus, Hypothalamus, Limbic system, Reticular formation, sleep wakefulcycle, EEG, Cerebellum, Basal Ganglia, Cerebral Cortex, speech, Memory andLearning, reward and punishment, Autonomic nervous system, CSF, blood brainbarrier Eye, optics, Photochemistry ofvision, Accommodation, Errors of refraction, Colour vision, Visual pathway, Physics of sound,Audiometry, Auditory pathway, Sense of smell and taste

01)Chemistry of carbohydrates,lipids, proteins and nucleic acidsenzymes, vitamins, nutrition, genetic code, protein biosynthesis

02)Metabolism of carbohydrate, proteins, lipids, purines andpyrimidines and related disorder

03)Hormones, mineral and hemoglobin metabolism, porphyria, jaunidce,liver function tests, kidney function tests and thyroid function tests

04)Detoxificationmechanism, genetic engineering, recombinanat technology and itsapplication Radioisotopes- uses andhazards Biochemistry of Cancer
Section - C ( Marks : 50 )

01)General pathology : Causes of diseasesCell injury Necrosis & gangrene Inflammation Regeneration and repairOedema Shock Thrombosis Embolism and Infarction Haemorrhage Mineralmetabolism Genetic disorders Hypersensitivity reactions Autoimmune diseasesAIDS Typhoid fever Syphilis, Tuberculosis Leprosy Fungal diseases MalariaNeoplasia

02)Haematology - Hemopoiesis anaemiashaemoglobinopathies haemorrhagic disorders Leukaemias Paraproteinemia Bloodgroups Blood Transfusion

03)Systemic pathology - AtherosclerosisIschaemic, Congenital & Rheumatic heart diseases CardiomyopathiesPneumonias Lung Abscess and Bronchiectasis Emphysema Occupational lungdiseases Tumours of lung and pleura Lesions of oral cavity and salivaryglands Gastritis and Peptic Ulcer Ulcers of Intestines IdiopathicInflammatory Bowel disease Tumours of upper GIT and lower GIT Viral HepatitisAlcoholic liver disease Cirrhosis Tumours of liver, Pancreas and gall bladderDiabetes mellitus nephritis & GN Nephrotic syndrome Renal failure Tumoursof kidney, Pelvis, testis, Prostate, Cervix, Uterus, Ovary, trophoblastictissue, skin, soft tissue, bone, cartilage and joints Non-neoplastic andNeo-plastic lesions of the breast, lymph nodes and Spleen Lymphoma lesions of bone and jointsInflammatory and neoplastic conditions of CNS Lesions of Thyroid MyopathiesClinical pathology: of jaundice renal function tests diabetes mellitusautopsy

01)General Microbiology : Bacterialcell and its organelles Dark ground illumination, phase contrast andfluorescent microscopy, electronmicroscopy Physiology of bacteria Culture media Sterilization, disinfection,asepsis, antiseptics Ubiquity of bacteria chemical agents, Universal safetyprecautions Bio medical Waste disposal Bacterial genetics and drug resistanceR factor, action of antimicrobials, drug resistance and antimicrobialsusceptibility tests Host parasite relationship Commensal, pathogenic andopportunistic organisms Microbial factors : Types of infection, Normal floraIdentification of bacteria Diagnosis of infectious diseases Principles oflaboratory diagnosis Collection, transport, processing of specimens

02)Immunology : immunity, HLA, MHC, Antibodies, immuno-Globulins, Serologicalreactions, antigen- antibody interaction B & T lyphoaytes, cellactivation, antigen processing and presentation, immune response, monoclonalantibodies, antibody production, CMI, immune tolerance ComplementHypersensitivity Autoimmunity Transplantation & tumour immunologytransplants, transplant rejection, IR to tumours, tumour antigens,Immuno-Deficiency diseases

03)Systemic bacteriology : infectious agents, clinical features, complications, virulance factor,Immunological response, Specimen selection, Collection, Transport, Selectionof media, Pathogenicity testing, Anti microbial drug susceptibility testing-Culture and isolation, Viability, Virulence, Diseases, Antigens, -Pathogenesis, Immune response of- Staphylococci, Streptococci, Pneumococci,Neisseria, Cdiptheriae, MTuberculosis, Atypical mycobacteria, Mleprae,Bacillus, Methods of anaerobiosis Non sporing anaerobes Clostridium welchii,cltetani, Clbotulinum, Enterobacteriaceae, Salmonella typhi, Shigella, Vibrio& Campylobacter, Pseudomonas, Other GNB, Newer bacteria, Spirochete,Actinomycosis & Nocardia, Rickettsia, Chlamydia & Mycoplasma,Bacteriology of air, water, milk and food

04)Mycology : fungi, sporulationand classification, identification, Infections produced, Lab Diagnosis,Agents of Superficial mycoses, Subcutaneous mycoses, Mycetoma,Rhinosporidiosis, Systemic mycoses, Opportunistic fungal infections, Candida,Cryptococcus, Histoplasma, Mucor, Aspergillus, Pneumocystis jiroceci

05)Virology : General propertiesand classification of viruses, pathogenesis, bacteriophages, Viral immunity,interferon, viral vaccines, Pox viruses DNA viruses, Papova, Adeno, Herpesviruses, Respiratory viruses, Orthomyxo and Paramyxoviruses, Picornaviruses,Polio, Coxsackie, Enteroviruses, Viruses causing diarrhoea – Rota viruses,Polioviruses (polio), Hepatitis viruses, Arboviruses, Dengue, KFD, Japaneseencephalitis, Rhabdoviruses, Rabies, Slow and Oncogenic viruses Retroviruses,HIV/AIDS, Immunity, Universal Safety Precautions/ Standard Work Precautions

06)Parasitology : geographicaldistribution, Habitat, Morphology Life cycle, Pathogenesis, Laboratorydiagnosis, Treatment, Control, Immunoprophylaxis epidemiology of E histolytica, Amoebicinfections, flagellates, Free living amoebae, PAME, Giardia & TrichomonasHemoflagellates, L donovani, Malaria, Malarial parasites, protozoa,Toxoplasma, Cestodes, Taenia saginata & solium, Echinococcus granulosus,Trematodes, Schistosomiasis, Intestinal Nematodes, Aduodenale, Alumbricoides, E vermicularis, T tritura, Tissue Nematodes, W bancrofti, Dmedinensis, in brief T spiralis and emerging parasitic infections
Section - D ( Marks : 50 )

01)Introduction : General Pharmacology, nature and sources of drugs; pharmacology,rational pharmacotherapy, Pharmacokinetics, Pharmacodynamics, Adverse Drug Reactions

02)Cardiovascular system haematinics andhaematopoietic factors : drugs affecting coagulation,antihypertensive therapy; Management of hypertension, angina Calcium channelblockers Anticoagulants & Coagulants Thrombolytics & AntiplateletAgents Drugs for CCF Antiarrhythmic Agents management of shock Hypolipidaemicdrugs iron deficiency anaemia and megaloblastic anaemia; Management ofanaemia

03)Autonomic pharmacology: Adrenergicagonists & antagonists, Beta- blockers Cholinergic agonistsAnticholinesterases Antimuscarinic drugs neuropsychiatric pharmacology :inflammaton, pain & substance abuse sedative-hypnotics psychopharmacology: Antianxiety; Antipsychotics; Antidepressants AntiepilepticsNeurodegenerative disorders : Anti - Parkinsonian agents ; cerebralvasodilators / nootropics Localanaesthetics Analgesics : Opioids; NSAIDsPharmacotherapy of pain of rheumatoid arthritis and gout Substanceabuse : Management of opioid, alcohol and tobacco addictions

04)Chemotherapy : Antimicrobial agents : Sulphonamides &Cotrimoxazole Quinoline derivatives Penicillins, Cephalosporins & Other bLactams Aminoglycosides Macrolides Tetracyclines & ChloramphenicolPharmacotherapy of UTI Antimicrobial use Antimycobacterial therapy :Anti-leprotic agents Antiprotozoal agents Antiamoebic, Antimalarials and AntiKala azar malaria Antihelminthics Antifungal agents Antiviral agents STD scancer chemotherapy

05)Endocrinology : Steroids Progestins & antagonists Oral contraceptives &profertility agents Testosterone & anabolic steroids Fertility controlThyroxine and antithyroid agents Diabetes Mellitus

06)Miscellaneous : Agents used in gastro intestinal disorders: PeriopretiveManagement : Preanaesthetic medication, antiseptics, Local Anaesthetics,Skeletal muscle relaxants Drugs used in post-operative period: analgesics,antiemetics Autocoids, Antiallergics, Antihistaminics, bronchial asthma,cough, Drugs acting on immune system: Immunostimulants, immunosuppressants; vaccines & sera Drugs acting on theuterus Drug Interactions Drug use at extremes of age, in pregnancy & inorgan dysfunction Use of chelating agents in heavy metal poisonings;Environmental & occupational toxicants Ocular pharmacology Dermatopharmacology

01)Personal identity: Identificationof Living and Dead Age estimation Sex determination establishing identity:Corpus Delicti, Dactylography, Tattoo marks, Scars DNA fingerprinting bloodand blood stains Collection, Preservation and Dispatch of Specimen for Bloodand other ancillary material

02)Mechanicalinjuries and burns: classificationof injuries: Abrasions, Contusions, Lacerations, Incised and Stab injury,Firearm and Explosion injury, Fabricated and Defence injury, hurt, simple andgrievous hurts, Ante-mortem, Postmortem Wounds, Age of the injury, CausativeWeapon Suicidal, Accidental and Homicidal injuries Head injury, cut throatinjuries and Road traffic accident injuries Thermal injuries: Injuries due toheat and cold, Injuries due to Electricity, Lightening

03)Medico-legal aspects of sex,marriage, death and infant death: sexual offences and perversions : Rape, Adultery, Incest, Sodomy, BestialityBuccal coitus, Lesbianism, perversions Impotence, Sterility, Virginity,Pregnancy, Delivery, Paternity, Legitimacy, Artificial Insemination,Abortions, Medical Termination of pregnancy foetal sex determination Infantdeath (Infanticide) Autopsy features Determination of age of Foetus andInfant Signs of live-born, stillborn and dead born child Signs of deathChanges after death, Estimation of time since death Death Certification,Presumption of death and survivorship The Human organ transplantation Act Sudden unexpected death, deaths fromstarvation, cold and heat death from Asphyxia, Hanging, Strangulation,Suffocation and Drowning

04)Forensic psychiatry: Definition of common terms, Civil andCriminal responsibility Examination, Certification, restraint and admissionto Mental Hospital Mental Health Act

05)Poisons: General considerations andLaws in relation to poisons viz Narcotic drugs and psychotropic substancesAct, Schedules H and L drugs, Duties and responsibilities of attending physician poisons and their classification, Addictionand Habit forming drugs, drug dependence, postmortem examination inpoisonings Corrosive: Non-metallic, Metallic Poisons, Plant Poisons: Snakesbites, Food poisoning Alcohol, Barbiturates Carbon Monoxide, Hydrocyanicacid, and Cyanides Organo-Phosphorus Compounds, Organo-Chloro Compounds,Carbamates (Carbaryl) and Rodenticides (Phosphides) Collection, Preservationand forwarding of evidence, remains of poison, body discharges and visceraetc to Forensic Science Laboratory

06)Miscellaneous: forensic sciencelaboratory: The Indian Medical Council Act State Medical Council Rights andobligations of Registered Medical Practitioners and patient, Duties ofphysicians and patients, Euthanasia Infamous conduct, Professional secrecyand privileged communications Medical Negligence and contributorynegligence Consumer Protection ActConsent, Fitness certificate, maintenance of medical records and problems inrelation to AIDS Inquest, type of offences Types of Criminal courts and theirpowers, punishments prescribed by law, kinds of witnesses and Evidence, Dyingdeclaration and Dying deposition subpoena, conduct money

Paper II

Standard : MBBS DegreeTotal Marks : 200
Nature of Paper : Conventional TypeDuration : 3 Hours

Note :1)Answers to this paper must be written in English only
  2)This paper will test the candidate's ability to comprehend, to analyse, to interpret, to criticise and to appraise subject matter related to the topics/sub- topics mentioned below.
  3) It is expected from candidates to study the latest and recent developments and happenings pertaining to the topics/sub- topics mentioned below.

Section - A ( Marks : 50 )
1)Medicine :

01)Infectious Diseases: Modes Types, Immunization Host defenses, of Infection, transmission, Incubationperiod, & Tetanus/ Prevention Viral hepatitis, Management including Diphtheria, Malaria, Rabies, Typhoid fever, Gastroenteritis, Dengue,HIV Infection & AIDS

02)Cardiology : Cardiac arrest CCFRheumatic Fever, Various Valvular lesions,Infective endocarditis, Coronary artery disease, Pericardial diseases andcardiomyopathy, Hypertension

03)Gastroenterology: Peptic ulcers, gastritis, Small and large intestine diseases, Dysphagia, Ulcerativecolitis , Hepatitis, Cirrhosis of liver, Gall bladder diseases, Pancreatitis,

04)Respiratory system: PulmonaryFunction Testing, Pneumonias, bronchitis and emphysema, Bronchiectasis andlung abscess,Bronchial asthma, pneumothorax, Pleural effusion, Occupationallung diseases, Tuberculosis,

05)Neurology: Space Occupying Cerebro Vascular Disease, Lesions, Encephalitisand meningitis, Epilepsy Cerebellar syndrome, Parkinsonism,, Peripheralneuropathy, Spinal cord disorders, CSF

06)Hematology: Agranulocytosis, Leukemias, Hemopoiesis, Anemias, Hemoglobinopathies,LymphomasBleeding Disorders, Blood groups & Blood Transfusion &Component Therapy

07)Endocrinology: Thyriod, Adrenal, Para thyroid Hormones, Diabetes Mellitus, metabolic syndrome

08)Nephrology: Glomerulonephropathy, Infections of urinary system, Nephroticsyndrome, Renal failure, Dialysis

09)Nutrition: Balanced diet, Protein energy malnutrition, Vitamin deficiencyObesity/Asthenia, Basics of genetics and Gene state, Therapy

10)Immunology: ABC of immunology,T & Bcell mediated illnesses, Immuno deficiency, Auto-antibody Collagen Vasculardisease, osteoporosis, Atherosclerosis
2)Paediatrics :

Normal Growth & Development Breast feeding and lactation managementImmunization, Mile Stones Neonatal Respiratory Distress, Jaundice in newborn,Protein Energy Malnutrition (PEM) and its management, Acute diarrhea;Hypothyroidism in children, Congestive heart failure - Congenital heartdisease Rheumatic heart disease, Hypertension in children, Acute respiratoryinfections, Bronchial asthma, Nephrotic syndrome, Acute glomerulonephritisand hematuria, Chronic liver disease,Haemolytic anaemia including thalassemia, Leukaemias Bleeding andcoagulation disorders Seizuredisorders Cerebral Palsy Common exanthematousillness Childhood tuberculosis, Behaviourdisorders, Meningitis, Diphtheria,Pertussis and Tetanus HIV infection, Malaria & Enteric fever
3)Dermatology :

Common skin diseases, psoriasis, Hansen's disease, fungaldermatitis, scabies, eczema, vitiligo, Steven Johnsons's syndrome AllergicDisorders; Leprosy, STD, HIV & Skin, Drug reactions
4)Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases :

Clinical features of pulmonary tuberculosis; Anti-tuberculousdrugs, Multi Drug Resistant HIV DOTS,Prophylaxis - Drugs / BCG / Tuberculin test tuberculosis, & TB, Pleural Effusion, Respiratory infections, Extra - Pulmonary tuberculosis, pneumonias,Bronchiectasis & lung Abscess; Bronchial Asthma Pleural Diseases,Occupational Lung Disease
5)Psychiatry :

CommonPsychiatric disorders, Schizophrenia, Alcohol and substance abuse,PsychotherapiesECT, Newer drugs
Section - B ( Marks : 50 )
6)General Surgery :

01)General Principles : Wound healing and management, scars : Hypertrophic scarand keloid; First aid management of severely injured Boils, cellulitis,abscess, necrotising fascitis Tetanus and Gas gangrene, Mechanism andmanagement of missile, blast and gun shot injuries Surgical aspects of diabetes mellitus Bitesand stings Organ transplantation -Basic principles

02)Skin disorders : Common Cysts and Tumors, Sinus and fistulae Burns and itsmanagement

03)Vascular disorders : Arterialobstruction, types of gangrene; Burger’s disease, Vascular injuries Varicoseveins deep venous thrombosis, thrombophlebitis lymphangitis, lymphedema

04)Head and Neck : Head injury, coma, cerebral compressionCleft lip and palate; carcinoma lip and tongue, Branchial cyst; cystichygroma Cervical lymphadenitis Thyroidgoitre, thyrotoxicosis and malignancy, Hyperparathyroidism Adrenal hypo andHyperfunctions

05)Breast : Acute mastitis,breast abscess; gynaecomastia; fibro-adenomas Cancer breast

06)Thorax and Abdomen : Recognition and treatment of pneumothorax, haemothorax,pulmonary embolism, flail chest; Stove in chest; pyothorax; cancer lung Dysphagia, Cancer oesophagus; Congenitalhypertrophic pyloric stenosis Etiopathogenesis, diagnosis and management ofpeptic ulcer, cancer stomach; Amoebic liver abscess, hydatid cyst and portalhypertension Splenomegaly, splenic injury cholelithiasis and cholecystitis;obstructive jaundice; Carcinoma of gall bladder, choledochal cyst Acute andChronic pancreatitis

07)Small and Large intestine : Intestinalamoebiasis, Ulcerative colitis, Intestinal obstruction Acute abdomen, Acuteand chronic appendicitis, Carcinoma rectum Fissure haemorrhoids

08)Hernias : Clinical features, diagnosis, complications and principles ofmanagement of : Umbilical, Inguinal, epigastric and femoral hernia

09)Genito-urinary System : Renal mass, congenital anomalies of kidney &Ureter, Haematuria, anuria and acute retention of urine Benign prostatichyperplasia, Phimosis, paraphimosis, Urethral stricture, Hydrocoele,hematocoele, pyocoele, varicocele
7)Orthopedics :

01)Definition and Classification of Fracture and Dislocation, Signs,symptoms and diagnosis of sprain, contusion, fracture and dislocation Firstaid measures in Poly-trauma patient

02)Fracture neck & shaft humerus, Colles fracture, Dislocationof shoulder and elbow, Fracture of Pelvis with complications Fracture Neckfemur, Fracture shaft femur, Meniscus and ligaments injury at knee FractureTibia-fibula, Dislocation of Hip

03)Congenital Talipes Equino virus(CTEV), Congenital dislocation of hip (CDH), Osteogenesis Amputation and Imperfecta, spina Bifida and TorticollisRheumatoid arthritis Back ache, Frozen Disarticulation– Indications methods and complications shoulder, Tennis Elbow
8)Anaesthesiology :

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) - basic and advanced,including use of simple ventilators Anatomy of upper airway, sites ofrespiratory obstruction and management of airway in an unconscious patientVarious methods of oxygen therapy and its indications Infiltrationanaesthesia, digital block, ankle block, pudendal and para-cervical blocksManagement of complications of regional anaesthesia The principles ofadministration of general anaesthesia
9)Radiology :

Basicsof X-ray, Radiological changes in diseases of Chest, Abdomen, Skeletalsystem, Gastro-intestinal system, Genito-urinary System & CNS,, Imagingtechniques like nuclear medicine, computerised tomography (CT), Ultrasound,magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), conventional & Digital subtractionAngiography (DSA) Intravenous Urography (IVP),Hysterosalpingography (HSG)
10)Ophthalmology :

Conjunctivitis, Pterigium, Corneal Ulcers, Corneal Opacities Keratoplasty Episcleritis Scleritis Staphyloma, Uveitis,endophthalmitis, Panophthalmitis Cataract: Classification & surgicalmanagement, Phacoemulsification, Small incision Cataract surgery, IOLImplants Glaucoma- types, diagnosisand treatment Diabetic retinopathy,Retinal DetachmentRetinitis Pigmentosa, Optic AtrophyRefractive Errors Refractive surgery, LASIK Contact lenses Diseases of Lids & Lacrimal System, Colour Blindness, Blindness : Definition Causes &Magnitude, NPCB Eye Banking Vit ADeficiency
11)Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) :

01)Throat : Diseases of buccal cavity &pharynx, Tonsils and adenoids, Stridor, tracheostomy, Laryngitis, Laryngealparalysis

02)Nose and para-nasal sinuses : Diseases of external nose, Epistaxis, Diseases of nasalseptum, Rhinitis, Nasal polyps, nasal allergy, Sinusitis andits complications

03)Ear : Congenitaldiseases of exterior ear & middle ear, Acute/chronic supp otitismedia, Mastoid/middle ear surgery,Facial paralysis, Tinnitus/ototoxicity Deafness/hearingaids/rehabilitation
Section - C ( Marks : 50 )

01)Development of genital tract, Physiology of menstruation,Puberty and menopause Physiology of ovulation / conception / implantation Early development of humanembryo Structure, function andanomalies of placenta Antenatal care, nutrition in pregnancy, detection ofhigh-risk pregnancy Normal labour Breast-feeding Examination and care ofnewborn Contraception - Introduction and basic principles, Maternal mortalityand morbidity, perinatal mortality and morbidity National health programme -safe-motherhood, reproductive and child health, social obstetrics

02)Obstetric & Newborn : Complications in early pregnancy, Obstetricalcomplications during pregnancy APH - Accidental hemorrhage Placentapraevia Poly hydramnios /oligohydramnios, multifetal pregnancy Common Medical disorders in pregnancy PIHand Eclampsia, Diabetes, jaundiceInfections in pregnancy, sexually transmitted, HIV and pregnancy Fibroid with pregnancy, ovarian tumours,acute abdomen, genital prolapse Highrisk pregnancy, pre-term labour, Induction of labour Abnormal position & presentation oflabour, Obstructed labour, uterine ruptureThird stage complications - Retained placenta, PPH, Shock Drugs used in obstetric, Operativeprocedures in Obstetrics : Caesarean Section, Instrumental Vaginal Delivery

01)Amenorrhoea, Dysmenorrhea, Abnormal Uterine Bleeding, DUB

02)Puberty and its disorders, Adolescent Gynaecologicalproblems Menopause & HRT

03)Infections of genital tract, Leucorrhoea, Pruritus vulvae, Vaginitis, Cervicitis, Genital TB,Sexually transmitted infections including HIV infection

04)Benign & Malignant tumours of the genital tract Leiomyoma, carcinoma cervix, carcinomaendometrium, chorio carcinoma, ovarian tumors Benign & Malignant Lesions of Vulva,Radiotherapy & Chemotherapy in Gynaecology Genital Prolapse, GenitalTract displacement,

FamilyPlanning, Demography and population Dynamics Contraception - Temporarymethods Permanent methods MTP Act and procedures of MTP in first & secondtrimester
Section - D ( Marks : 50 )
Preventive and SocialMedicine (PSM)
15)Community Medicine :

01)Evolution ofCommunity Medicine Definition, spectrum of health and factors affecting,indicators of health Health Problem of World, Urban and Rural Indian HealthDemography, Demographic cycle, Population trends, World and India Familywelfare and Population control Medical ethics and Doctor patient relationshipConsumer Protection Act Sociology and Social factors affecting health,Economics and health, Health Education and Communication Nutrition and HealthConstituents of food, Diet planning and allowancence Nutritional diseasesToxins in the food, Assessment of Nutritional status Body Mass Index (BMI)

02)Environmental Health : Water in relation to health and disease Air pollutionand ecological balance Housing and health Effects of radiation on humanhealth Effects of Noise on human health Meteorological environment Solid& Liquid waste disposal Disposalof hospital waste

03)Community Comprehensive medical development programmes and multisectoraldevelopment Maternal and Child Health care andPrimary health care National Health PolicyProblems of Occupational health Epidemiology, Non communicable diseases care adolescence including Drug dependenceGeriatrics

04)Vital statistics : Management information sources and uses, Census, Fertility statistics Mental health system

05)Genetics in public health Health planning and management

06)International health and Voluntary Health Agencies Setting ofmodel for preventing habits like Smoking, Tobacco Chewing, Substance abuse

07)Disaster Planning andManagement Broad aspects of Famine and its Hazards

01)The concepts of disease Natural history of disease Epidemiologicaltriad Dynamics of diseases transmission Concept of disease control

02)Air borne infections, exanthematous fevers, Diphtheria andPertussis, Tuberculosis Poliomyelitis, Hepatitis Enteric Fever and Osteoporosis Indian perspective, Soiltransmitted Cholera, Bacillary and Amoebicdysentery, Rabies and other Viral Zoonotic disease, Tetanus Helminths,Filariasis Malaria Leprosy, Arthropod borneviral diseases

03)Sexually AIDS, SARS Cancer Prevention transmitted diseases and their control policiesfor men and women Epidemiology of Geiaratric Health Problems

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