Friday, January 21, 2011

Syllabus of Block 3 Year 1

Head and Neck:
1. Eyeball and 3, 4 and 6 Cranial Nerves
2. Oral Cavity and Pharynx
3. Larynx
4. 9th, 10th and 11th cranial nerves
5. Nose and Paranasal Sinuses
6. Infratemporal Fossa
7. Muscles of the Mastication
8. Venous Sinuses of Dura Mater
9. The Ear
10. Vestibulocochlear Nerve
11. Blood Vessels of the Head and Neck
12. Lymphatic of the Head and Neck
1. Functional Localization of Cerebral Cortex
2. Blood Vessels of the Brain
3. Thalamus
4. Hypothalamus
5. Meninges
6. White Matter of Cerebrum and Internal Capsule
7. Cerebellum
8. Brain Stem
1. Pituitary Gland
2. Thyroid and Suprarenal Glands
1. Development of the Thyroid Gland
1. Eyelid, Cornea and Retina
2. Lymphoid Organ
3. Endocrine Glands

1. Blood Biochemistry 1
2. Blood Biochemistry 2
3. Water Soluble Vitamins
4. Fat Soluble Vitamins
5. Vitamin B12 and Folic Acid
6. Iron Metabolism
7. Calcium Metabolism
8. Phosphate Metabolism
9. Micronutrient
10. Hyperlipidemia
11. Urine Content
12. DNA Replication
13. Gene Expression I, II and III

Oral Biology:
Dental Anatomy:
1. Clinical Anatomy of the mouth
2. Maxilla
3. Mandible
4. Maxilla and Its Development
5. Mandible and Its Development
6. Tongue and Its Development
7. Salivary Glands
8. Nerve and Blood Supply of Teeth
9. TMJ and Its Movement
Dental Biology:
1. Introduction to Oral Flora
2. Biochemical Composition and Properties of Saliva
3. Biochemical Functions of Saliva
4. Factors Affecting the Flow Raters
5. Cariology: Causation/Histology/Clinical Features
6. Sugar and Nitrogen Metabolism and Plague pH
7. The Molecular Nature of Odontogenesis and Biomineralization
8. Biochemistry of Teeth, Supporting Structures and Saliva
9. Fluoride Metabolism
10. Biochemical Function and Flow Raters of Saliva
11. Taste and Smell
12. Speech and Neurophysiological Control
13. Review on Cariology
14. Physiology of Deglutition
15. Nutrition and Oral Tissue
16. Hormones and Oral Tissue

1. Renal System:
a. Introduction to Renal System
b. Functions of the Kidneys
c. Renal Blood Flow and Control
d. Glomerular Filtration Rates
e. Renal Clearance and Tubular Function
f. Sodium, Potassium and Glucose Handling
g. Renal Transports of Cl-, H+ and H2CO3
h. Micuration

2. The Endocrine System:
a. Introduction Endocrinology
b. Hypothalamus and Pituitary
c. Thyroid Hormone
d. Adrenal Hormone
e. Endocrine Pancreas
f. Calcium Homeostasis
g. Local Hormone

3. Reproductive System:
a. Introduction to Reproductive System
b. Male Reproductive Hormone
c. Female Reproductive Hormone
d. Progesterone
e. Physiology of Pregnancy and Lactation

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