Wednesday, 26 December 2012

Syllabus for Biochemistry (MBBS) Arybhatta Knowledge University ,Bihar

A.N. Sinha Institute of Social Studies Campus (West), 
North Gandhi Maidan, 
(Near D.M. Residence)
Patna-800 001, Phone: +91612-2219106, 

SURGERY (Paper Code: Paper I – 201131 and Paper II – 201132)

Distribution Marks:
Written Paper - 120 Marks
(Paper I – 60, Paper II – 60)
Oral - 20 Marks
Clinical - 100 Marks
Internal Assessment - 60 Marks
(Written – 30, Practical – 30)
Total -300 marks
Written Paper - Two
Time allowed - 3 hours (for each Paper)
Full Marks - 120- (60for each Paper)

All question for both the papers are to be set by a single external examiner preferably from outside the state.

Section B of Paper I will be set by Eligible Teacher of Orthopedic Department.

There shall be four examiners – Two external from outside the state preferably and two internals One of the
internal will be the HOD, Surgery and other internal will rotate every two years. There will be One Internal of
the Orthopedic Department, who will be the HOD of Orthopedic Department.
A candidate will be declared to have passed the examination in the subject provided he or she secure 50% in
aggregate with a minimum of 50% of the total marks in written and oral, and 50% in practical/Clinical and
internal assessment.

A candidate will be declared to have passed the subject with honours provided he or she secures 75% or more marks of the total.

Questions should be objective type and short notes. Descriptive questions would be preferably avoided.

i) Paper I – Section A shall contain questions from the following topics:-
a. General Surgery
b. Surgery of Organs above Diaphagm
1) Basic Principle of Surgery.
2) Wound Tissue repair and scar.
3) Accidents, Emergency Surgery and warfare injuries.
4) Acute Resuscitation and Support.
5) Nutritional Support.
6) Wound Infection.
7) Specific Infectio and AIDS.
8) Principal of Transplantation.
9) Tumours, Cyst, Ulcer and Sinus.
10) Skin and Burn & Skin Grafting.
11) Arterial Disorder.
12) Venouus Disorder.
13) Lymphatic and Lymph Nodes.
14) Scalp
15) Head Injury.
16) Brain Tumour.
17) Development Anomaly of Face, Palat, Lip & Faciomaxillary Injuries.
18) Mouth Cheek and Tongue.
19) Salivary Glands.
20) Pharynx.
21) Larynx.
22) Neck.
23) Thyroid Gland & Throglossal Tract.
24) Parathyroid.
25) The Breast.
26) Oesophagus.

ii) Section B of Paper I will contain questions from Orthopedic surgery this will cover the following
1) Fracture and Dislocation – General Principal and Management.
2) Fracture and Dislocation of Shoulder and Upper Limb.
3) Fracture and Dislocation of Lower Limb.

4) Disease of Bones and Joints – Infections.
5) Tumor of the Bones and Joints.
6) Generalized Disease of Bones and Joints.
7) Congenital disorder of the Bones and Joints.
8) Disorder of the Growing Skeleton.
9) Disorderof Muscle Tendons and Ligaments.
10) The hand and the Foot.
11) The Spine, Vertebral Column and Spinal Cord.
12) Metabolic Diseases of the Bones – Rickets etc.
13) Nerves and Nerve Injuries.

ii) Paper II:-
a) Basics of Anesthesiology, Radiology and Dentistry
b) Surgical Diseases of Organs below Diaphragm.
1) The Stomach and Duodemum.
2) Diseases of the Liver.
3) Diseases of Spleen and Rupture Spleen.
4) Diseases of the Gall Bladder and Bile Duct.
5) The Pancreas.
6) Peritoneum, Omentum, Mescentry, Retroperitoneal Space.
7) The small and large intestine.
8) Intestinal Obstruction in Adult and Child.
9) The Vermiform Appendix.
10) Rectum.
11) Anus and Anal Canal.
12) Hernia Umbilicus, Abdominal Wall.
13) Abdominal Trauma.
14) Urinary System, Investigation of Urinary Tract.
15) Anuria.
16) Hematuria.
17) Retention of Urine.
18) Kidney and Ureter.
19) Urinary Bladder.
20) Prostate and Seminal Vesicle.
21) Urethra and Penis.
22) Testis and Scrotum.
23) Day Care Surgery.
24) Surgical Audit.

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