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DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY
HBT MEDICAL COLLEGE, DR. R. N. COOPER MUNICIPAL GENERAL HOSPITAL, JUHU, MUMBAI – 400056

I MBBS TERMINAL EXAMINATION
PRACTICAL SYLLABUS

  

                                                                                                 (Total= 40marks)

Q.1. Clinical examination                                                            (20marks)

    a) Examination of Pulse
    b) Examination of Abdomen (GIT)

Q.2. Haematology                                                                      (10marks)

    a)Estimation of  haemoglobin content of  blood.
    b)WBC Count
    c)RBC Count
    d)Determination of blood group
    e)Differential WBC Count
    f) Determination of Bleeding time & Clotting Time

Q.3. Experimental                                                                     (10marks)

    a)  Skeletal muscle graphs                                                      (3marks)

      1.Simple muscle curve
      2.Effect of various strengths of stimuli
      3.Effect of load
      4.Starlings law
      5.Genesis of tetanus
      6.Phenomenon of fatigue
      7.Effect of 2 successive stimuli
      Conti…

    b) Cardiac muscle graphs                                                                         (3marks)

      1.Normal cardiogram
      2.Effect of temperature on frog’s heart
      3.Properties of cardiac muscle –I
      4.Properties of cardiac muscle-II
      5.Properties of cardiac muscle-III
      6.Beneficial effect
      7.Nervous regulation of heart
      8.Vagal escape
      9.Effect of Acetylcholine on frog’s heart

    c) Charts                                                                                                         (2marks)

      1.Strength Duration Curve
      2.Action Potential in nerve fibre
      3.Compound Action Potential     

            

    d) Calculations                                                                                            (2marks)

      1.Blood Indices
      2.Velocity of nerve impulse




DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY
HBT MEDICAL COLLEGE, DR. R. N. COOPER MUNICIPAL GENERAL HOSPITAL, JUHU, MUMBAI – 400056

I MBBS TERMINAL EXAMINATION
THEORY PATTERN

SECTION A

Q 1. MCQ                                                                              10 marks

SECTION B
Q 2. Short answer question                                                   (6X5=30) marks ( Answer any Six out of seven)

Q 3. Long answer question                                                 (2X10=20)marks
 ( Answer any Two out of three)

 

Dr. Brinda Venkatraman
Professor & Head,
Department of Physiology



DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY
HBT MEDICAL COLLEGE, DR. R. N. COOPER MUNICIPAL GENERAL HOSPITAL, JUHU, MUMBAI – 400056

I MBBS TERMINAL EXAMINATION
THEORY SYLLABUS

1.  General Physiology & Body Fluid Compartments.

2. Blood (Entire System)

3. Nerve (Entire System)

4. Muscle (Entire System)  

5. Respiratory System

    a)  Introduction: physiological anatomy of respiratory system including
    Wiebel’s  model.
    b) Non-respiratory functions of lungs.
    c) Muscles of respiration; bucket and pump handle movements of
    Respiration.
    d) Lung volume and capacities. (Including timed vital capacity; maximum
    breathing capacity; Minute ventilation; dyspnoeic index).
    e)  Surfactant.
    f)  Compliance.
    g) Dead space; work of berating; Airway resistance
    h) Pulmonary circulation.
    i)  VA/Q ratio; Diffusion.
    j)  Oxygen transport.
    k) Carbon dioxide transport.

6) Cardio Vascular System

    a)  Introduction to CVS, Anatomy of Heart & Blood vessels, Layers of the 
    Heart, Blood and Nerve supply of the heart, Function and Importance of  
    CVS. Circulatory system layout & types of blood vessels.
    b)  Cardiac Muscle- Structure and function of E-C coupling in cardiac
    muscle.
    c)  All properties of Cardiac muscle.
    d) Action potential in Cardiac muscle.
    e) Initiation & Propagation of Cardiac muscle.
    f) ECG
    g) Cardiac cycle.
    h) Heart Rate.
    i) Cardiac Output.

7) Gastro Intestinal System

    a) General introduction & organisational plan, innervation and blood 
    supply.
    b) Secretion and composition of saliva, mechanism & regulation of
    Salivary secretion.
    c) Deglutition & Mastication.
    d) Gastric juice secretion.
    e) Gastric motility.
    f)  Pancreatic secretion.
    g) Liver and Gall bladder.
    h) GI hormones.

 

 

        Dr. Brinda Venkatraman
Professor & Head,
Department of Physiology