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1st Year:DPT


Paper I: Anatomy I 200 Marks
Paper II: Physiology I 200 Marks
Paper III: Biochemistry I 200 Marks
Paper IV: Kinesiology 200 Marks
Paper V: English 100 Marks
Paper VI: Introduction to Computer 100 Marks
Total 1000 Marks

Anatomy Syllabus:

  1. ANATOMY I
    COURSE DESCRIPTION:
    The focus of this course is an in-depth study and analysis of the regional and systemic
    organization of the body. Emphasis is placed upon structure and function of human
    movement. A comprehensive study of human anatomy with emphasis on the nervous,
    musculoskeletal, and circulatory systems is incorporated. Introduction to general anatomy
    lays the foundation of the course. Dissection and identification of structures in the cadaver
    supplemented with the study of charts, models, prosected materials and radiographs are
    utilized to identify anatomical landmarks and configurations of the upper limb and thoracic
    region.
    DETAILED COURSE OUTLINE
    CELL BIOLOGY
    GENERAL ANATOMY
    Terms related to position and movements, The skin and subcutaneous tissues, Layers of skin,
    Integuments of skin, Glands associated with hair follicle, Microscopic picture of skin
    BONES AND CARTILAGES
    Osteology, Functions of Bones, Classification of bones, Parts of developing long bones,
    Blood supply of bones, Lymphatic vessels & nerve supply, Rule of direction of nutrient
    foramen, Gross structure of long bone, Surface markings, Cartilage, Development of bone
    and cartilage and Microscopic picture of cartilage and bone
    THE MUSCLE
    Introduction, Histological Classification, Functions of muscles in general, Type of skeletal
    muscles, Parts of skeletal muscle and their action and Nomenclature and Microscopic picture
    of muscle
    STRUCTURES RELATED TO MUSCLES & BONES
    Tendons, Aponeurosis, Fasciae, Synovial bursae, Tendon Synovial sheaths, Raphaes,
    Ligaments, Condyle, Epicongyle, Ridge, Tuberosity, Tubercle, Foramen, Canal, Groove,
    Process and Spur
    THE JOINTS
    Introduction, Functional classifications, Structural classification, Structures comprising a
    Synovial joint, Movements of joints, Blood supply of Synovial joints, their nerve supply and
    lymphatic drainage and Factors responsible for joint stability and Development of joints
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    CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM
    Definition, Division of circulatory system into pulmonary & systemic, Classification of blood
    vessels and their microscopic picture and Heart and its histology and Function of the Heart
    and Anastomosis
    NERVOUS SYSTEM
    Definition, Outline of cellular architecture, Classification of nervous system, Parts of the
    central nervous system, Microscopic picture of cerebrum, cerebellum, spinal cord, Functional
    components of a nerve, Typical spinal nerve and Microscopic picture of nerve and
    Introduction of autonomic nervous system and Anatomy of neuromuscular junction
    UPPER LIMB
    OSTEOLOGY:
    Detailed description of all bones of upper limb and shoulder girdle along their musculature
    and ligamentous attachments
    MYOLOGY
    Muscles connecting upper limb to the axial skeletal, Muscles around shoulder joint, Walls
    and contents of axilla, Muscles in brachial region, Muscles of forearm, Muscles of hand,
    Retinacula and Palmar apouenrosis and Flexor tendon dorsal digital expansion
    NEUROLOGY
    Course, distribution and functions of all nerves of upper limb and Brachial plexus
    ANGIOLOGY (CIRCULATION).
    Course and distribution of all arteries and veins of upper limb, Lymphatic drainage of the
    upper limb and Axillary lymph node and Cubital fossa
    ARTHROLOGY
    Acromioclavicular and sternoclavicular joints, Shoulder joint, Elbow joint, Wrist joint,
    Radioulnar joints, Inter carpal joints, Joints MCP and IP and Surface Anatomy of upper limb,
    and Surface marking of upper limb
    DEMONSTARIONS:
    Demonstration on Shoulder joint, attached muscles and articulating surfaces, Demonstration
    on Elbow joint, Demonstration on Wrist joint, Demonstration on Radioulnar joint,
    Demonstration on MCP and IP joints, Demonstration on acromioclavicular joint,
    Demonstration on sternoclavicular joint and Demonstration on Brachial plexus and
    Demonstration on Structure of bones
    THORAX
    STRUCTURES OF THE THORACIC WALL:
    Dorsal spine (Vertebrae), Sternum, Costal Cartilages & Ribs, Intercostal Muscles, Intercostal
    Nerves, Diaphragm, Blood supply of thoracic wall and Lymphatic drainage of thoracic wall
    and Joints of thorax
    THORACIC CAVITY:
    Mediastinum, Pleura, Trachea, Lungs, Bronchopulmonary segments, Pericardium, Heart – Its
    blood supply, venous drainage & nerve supply, Large veins of thorax, superior and in-ferior
    vena cava., pulmonary veins brachiocephalic veins and Large Arteries – Aorta & its branches
    LOWER LIMB
    OSTEOLOGY
    Detailed description of all bones of lower limb and pelvis along their musculature and
    ligamentous attachments.
    MYOLOGY
    Muscles of gluteal region, Muscles around hip joint, Muscles of thigh (anteriorly, posteriorly,
    laterally and medially) and Muscles of lower leg and foot
    NEUROLOGY
    Course, distribution, supply of all nerves of lower limb and gluteal region and Lumbosacral
    plexus.
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    ANGIOLOGY
    Course and distribution of all arteries, veins and lymphatic drainage of lower limb
    ARTHROLOGY
    Pelvis, Hip joint, Knee joint, Ankle joint, Joints of the foot, Surface Anatomy of lower limb
    and Surface marking of lower limb
    GENERAL HISTOLOGY
    Cell, Epithelium, Connective tissue, Bone, Muscles tissue, Nervous tissues, Blood vessels,
    Skin and appendages and Lymphatic organs
    GENERAL EMBRYOLOGY:
    Male and female reproductive organs, Cell division and Gametogenesis, Fertilization,
    cleavage, blastocyst formation and implantation of the embryo. Stages of early embryonic
    development in second and third week of intrauterine life, Foetal membrane (amniotic cavity,
    yolk sac, allantois, umbilical cord and Placenta) and Developmental defects

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