Systemic Anatomy and Physiology with Clinical Approach
- Modules 23
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 11 hours
- Language English
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Mod 1 A- HEAD NECK AND BRAIN – General Overview
In this module we will be discussing the general overview and important structures of head, neck and brain with relationship to each other. We will be discussing the clinical conditions that are related to the skull and also emphasise on the scalp. Discussion on eye and ear along with their importance and their examination will be explained.
Mod 1 B – HEAD NECK AND BRAIN – Circulation
In this module we will be dealing with the Brain, its arterial supply, the spaces around it, the lesion that occur in the brain, CSF and also we would be studying about the cranial nerves which is a very important topic.
Mod 1 C- HEAD NECK AND BRAIN – Surface Anatomy
In this module we will be discussing the surface anatomy of the head and neck and also learn to find or locate the important markings such as the cricothyroid ligament, the thyroid gland, the middle meningeal artery. Also we will learn about the major pulse points and cover the lacrimal apparatus as well as the external ear. There will be discussion of some additional clinicals related to the skull.
Mod 1 D – HEAD NECK AND BRAIN – Clinical Cases
In this module, we will emphasize more on some Real Clinical cases from the Gray’s Anatomy and MCQ Exercises to improve our knowledge and also to understand the clinical aspect of various important structures in Head, Neck and Brain
Mod 2A – BACK AND THORAX – Gross anatomy
In this module, we will be discussing the peripheral nerves, the Cranial nerves; their relations, course and distributions, and the Autonomic Nervous System with its Development, anomalies, as well as applied Anatomy
Mod 2 B – BACK AND THORAX – Conceptual overview
In this module, we will be covering the skeletal framework as a whole, the clinical disorders related to the spine, and the clinical conditions of the back. We will also discuss the important ligaments and muscles and relevant MCQ’s
Mod 2 C – BACK AND THORAX – Thorax
In this module we will be emphasizing on the thorax and also its important contents and their surface anatomy. We would be covering up the thoracic wall along with its clinical considerations and how to visualize the structures in the thorax. We have also discussed a few important cases which would help you understand the topic better.
Mod 2 D –BACK AND THORAX –Heart and great vessels
In this module we will be covering the pericardium, the heart and its chambers in details and also would cover some clinical conditions here. We will be learning how to do auscultation.
Mod 3 A – CHEST AND UPPER LIMB – Pectoral Girdle and upper limb
In this module we will be discussing about the pectoral girdle and upper limb and details about their surface anatomy along with the important clinical structures. We will also be learning how to visualize and identify the structures.
Mod 3 B – CHEST AND UPPER LIMB – Important aspects
In this module we will be discussing about the important structures of the upper limb like the humerus, the brachial plexus along with their clinicals. We would also be learning about the different fractures and also about the nerve injuries.
Mod 3 C –CHEST AND UPPER LIMB – Chest wall and Breast
In this module we will be discussing about the thoracic wall, its clinical considerations, how to access to the chest surgically and also learn about the breast.
Mod 3 D – CHEST AND UPPER LIMB – The Respiratory Unit
In this module we will be discussing the pleura, its cavities and the lungs as a whole with special attention to the Clinicals.
Mod 4 A -ABDOMEN AND PELVIS – Overview
In this module we will be discussing about the abdomen, the diaphragm, the abdominal cavity, the 9 quadrants as well as the 4 regions of the abdomen. We will also be discussing about the pelvis and perineum here.
Mod 4 B -ABDOMEN AND PELVIS – Peritoneum and Git
In this module we will be emphasizing more on the peritoneum and then we would be studying about the different structures of the abdomen along with their clinical relevance.
Mod 4 C -ABDOMEN AND PELVIS – Gastrointestinal Tract
In this module we will emphasize on the physiology part. We will be discussing about the Embryology and histology of the Gastrointestinal Tract, the oral cavity, the pharynx, and also would be covering the Physiology of the hepatobiliary system.
Mod 4 D -ABDOMEN AND PELVIS – Clinical Overview
In this module we will be discussing the abdomen clinically by relating the conditions with some original cases.
Mod 5 A – PELVIC GIRDLE AND LOWER LIMB – Anatomy
In this module we will be discussing the perineum in depth, the clinicals of the pelvis, the sacrum and coccyx and also discuss the pelvic floor muscles with various clinicals that are relevant here.
Mod 5 B –PELVIC GIRDLE AND LOWER LIMB – SURFACE AND CLINICAL ANATOMY
In this module we will be discussing about the lower limb’s anatomy, the femoral triangle and its content along with its clinical considerations. We will also be discussing the arches of the foot, the deep muscles of the lower limb and the sciatic nerve.
Mod 5 C – PELVIC GIRDLE AND LOWER LIMB- JOINTS
In this module we will be discussing the joints, ligaments and the tendons of the lower limb along with their clinicals.
Mod 5 D – PELVIC GIRDLE AND LOWER LIMB- GENITOURINARY TRACT
In this module we will be discussing about the anatomy and physiology of the Genito-urinary tract along with its important clinicals and necessary investigations.
Mod 6 A – Basics of Endocrinal Anatomy and Physiology
In this module we will be discussing about the anatomy of the Endocrine system and Endocrinal glands, the menstrual cycle and pregnancy, the properties of the hormones and the other organs that produce hormones.
Mod 6 B – Biochemical Anatomy and Physiology
In this module we will be discussingthe importance of studying Chemistry in Anatomy and Physiology and also see what are the most important vital function units.
Mod 6 C – Investigations – Key Points
In this module we will be discussing some of the important Investigations and their Key pointers that will help you not only with your exams but also help you with your practice.
- Mod 1 A- HEAD NECK AND BRAIN – General Overview
The purpose of this combinedAnatomy and Physiology course at advance levelis to make the students aware of different systems in depth with respect to Applied Anatomy and Physiology systematically.
The following course has been designed in a format that will clear all your doubts of Anatomy as well as Physiology with practical point of view. The course focuses on details of each topic to its depth with various researches and additions in the recent years in the form of ‘Clinical Alerts’, ‘Brainstorming Sessions’ wherever needed and also ‘Solved MCQ’s’ at the end of each chapter with detailed explanation to make it more precise.
We have focused on those topics which are repeatedly asked in Examination and Interviews.
- Systemic Anatomy and Physiology shall be taught with emphasis on Developmental Anatomy, Broad Relationship, Surface Marking, Radiological Anatomy, and Applied Anatomy.
- Focus will be on common and important Surface Anatomy Landmarks pertaining to different clinical conditions asked in exams in form of MCQs and job Interviews etc.
- Common Physiological phenomenon and concepts to be covered which are frequently asked in Entrances.