مفردات المناهج الدراسية

FIRST YEAR

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

medical biology

 Anatomy

           60

75

6

MOLECULAR CELL BIOLOGY

SUBJECT

 Introduction

From molecules to cells

Instrumentations with special reference to EM

Molecular organization of plasma membrane

Functional aspects of plasma membrane

Cellular differentiation

Cellular specialization

Cellular activities

Nucleus and cell division

Cell chemistry

Cell organelles

Molecular biology for specialized cells

Cellular aging

Non living inclusions of cells

MOLECULAR GENETICS

SUBJECTS

Introduction

Sex- linked inheritance

Molecular structure of gene

Molecular structure of genetic code

Molecular basis of crossing over

DNA structure

Mutation

Genetic control mechanisms

Genetic engineering

Molecular basis of recombination

Preparation of recombinant DNA

Genetic cloning technique

PRELIMINARY HISTOLOGY

SUBJECTS

Connective tissues

Specialized connective tissues

Muscular tissues

Nervous tissue

First year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Anatomy

 Anatomy

           60

     120

    8

Upper Limb

Subjects

Theory hours

Practical hours

 50

Introduction   

5

Surface anatomy of the upper limb

1

Pectoral region

2

Axilla and brachial plexus

3

Scapular region

2

The arm

1

The forearm and cubital fossa

3

Joints :introduction, classification, individual joints

3

The hand

3

Applied anatomy

2

Lower Limb

Subjects

Theory hours

Practical hours

40

Introduction to the lower limb and bones

2

Front of the thigh

3

Lumbosacral plexus

1

Gluteal region

2

Posterior aspect of the thigh and popliteal fossa

3

Anterior aspect of the leg

2

Posterior aspect of the leg

1

Joints of the lower limb

2

The foot

3

Applied anatomy

1

Thorax

Subjects

Theory hours

Practical hours

30

Thoracic wall as part of the body wall

1

Osteology of the chest wall

1

Intercostal spaces

1

Diaphragm

1

Chest wall& diaphragm during respiration

1

Divisions of the mediastinum

1

The superior  mediastinum

2

Heart& pericardium

1

Chambers of the heart

2

Blood supply , nerve and plexuses of the heart

1

Pleurae and lung

1

Posterior mediastinum

2

First year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Medical chemistry

  Biochemistry

          90 

            90

             6

Subjects

Inorganic chemistry

Atoms

Radioactivity &nuclear chemistry

Chemical reactions

Chemical bonds

Aqueous solutions and colloids

Acids and bases

Chemical reactions in aqueous solutions

Organic chemistry

Sterioisomers of carbon compounds

Organic halides

Alcohols , phenols, ethers& thiols

Amines

Aldehydes and ketones

Carboxylic acids and their derivatives

Chemistry of carbohydrates

Definition ,classification ,biological importance of carbohydrates

Structure &general properties of mono saccharides

Mono saccharides of medical importance &other sugar derivative of biomedical importance

Disaccharides & polysaccharides

Homopoly saccharides ,heteropoly saccharides

Mucopoly saccharides ,  connective tissues & bacterial cell wall

Chemistry of lipids

Definition ,classification & biomedical importance of lipid

Fatty acid classifications and reactions

Cholesterol and other sterols of biological importance

Prostaglandins ,thrompoxanes &  leukotrienes

Compound lipids ,phospholipids & glycolipids

Plasma lipoprotein and membrane

Chemistry of proteins & amino acid , ( definition and biomedical importance of proteins  )

Amino acid :classification & structural properties

Properties and classification of proteins

Structure of proteins

Denaturation of proteins

Purifications of proteins @determination of amino acid sequence of poly peptide

Nucleic acids

Enzymes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

First year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Computer

  Computer department

            30

            60

             4

Subjects

Theory hour/year

Practical hour/year

Introduction and history

1

Hardware & software

1

Windows

10

Internet

4

Office department

Word

5

Excel

4

Power point

5

Training on the use of the computer with DOS ,WINDOWS & OFFICE

60

 

 

 

 

 

First year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Medical physics

Physics

75

60

5

subjects

Theory hours/year

Physics of the skeleton

Bones ,stress-strain curve, strength of bone ,lubrication of bone joints , bone mineral

3

Heat and cold in medicine

Temperature scales. Thermography. Heat therapy .cold in medicine .cryosurgery.

3

Energy, work and power of the body

First law of thermodynamics .energy changes in the body .work and power .heat losses from the body

3

Pressure

Pressure in the body .pressure in the skull, eye ,skeleton & bladder .

Pressure effects while diving

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HOT)

4

Physics of the lungs and breathing

Gases exchange in the lungs .partial pressure of gases in lung .diffusion of gases .oxygen saturation of the blood .Measurement of lung volumes.

Pressure-Airflow-Volume Relationships of the lungs .

Compliance .Physics of the alveoli (surface tension ). The breathing mechanism .Airway resistance .Work of breathing .Physics of lung diseases

8

Physics of the cardiovascular system

Work done by the heart , Blood pressure and it’s measurement .Pressure across the blood vessel wall .Bernoulli’s principle .blood flow rate (poiseuilles equation , laminar and turbulent flow ) Heart sounds .Physics of some cardiovascular diseases.

8

Electricity within the body

Action potential .Polarization and depolarization of nerves . Electromyogram (EMG). Electrocardiogram (ECG). Electroencephalogram (EEG). Electroretinogram (ERG) & Electrooculogram (EOG) .Manetoencephalogram (MEG) & magnetocardigram (MCG) .Potentials of the heart . Electrodes . Amplifiers .Defibrillators . Pacemakers . Electrical shock. High frequency electricity in medicine . Short wave diathermy .Microwave Diathermy . Ultrasonic Diathermy . Low frequency electricity and magnetism in medicine .

10

Sound in medicine

Properties of sound . Stethoscope. Ultrasound (A-scan ,B-scan , M-scan & Doppler effect )

Physiological effect of ultrasound in therapy .

The production of speech

6

Physics of the ear and hearing

The outer ear .Middle ear .Inner ear . sensitivity of the ears.Hearing test. Deafness and hearing aids.

3

Physics of eye and vision

Focusing elements of the eye .Retina (photoreceptors).Vision test (Visual acuity).Defective vision and its correction ( short sight ,long sight ,old sight & astigmatism).Contact lenses .Color vision and chromatic aberration. Instruments used in ophthalmology (ophthalmoscope , retinoscope , keratometer and tonometer).

4

Light in medicine

Properties of light .Application of visible light in medicine .Application of ultraviolet and infrared light in medicine .Laser in medicine .Applications of microscopes in medicine .

4

Physics of diagnostic X-ray

Production of x-ray beams .Absorption of x-ray beams .X-ray image .Fluoroscopy .Tomography .Xeroradiography.

4

Physics of nuclear medicine

Characteristics and units of radioactivity .Sources of radioactivity for nuclear medicine .Statistical aspects of nuclear medicine .Basic instrumentation and its clinical applications .Nuclear medicine imaging device .Therapy with radioactivity .radiation doses in nuclear medicine .

5

Physics of radiation therapy

The dose unit in radiotherapy (Rad & Gray) .Principle of radiation therapy . Brachytherapy.

5

Pollution

Natural occurrence of radioactive materials .radon gas ,Biological effects of ionizing radiations . Radiation protection .Radiation detection .

5

First year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Fundamentals of medicine

Medicine

60

2

First year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Human rights

Medicine

60

2

 

SECOND YEAR

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Anatomy

Anatomy

60

180

8

Head and neck

Subjects

Theory hours/year

Practical

hours/year

Skull

3

     60

Cervical spines

1

Scalp & face

1

Parotid region

1

Triangles of the neck

2

Cranial cavity

1

Orbit

1

Infratemporal fossa

1

Units of the neck ,fascial compartments & spaces

1

Larynx

1

Mouth & palate

1

Pharynx

1

Ear

1

Nose & paranasal sinuses

1

Lymphatic drainage ,cranial parasympathetic ganglia . TMJ.

1

Abdomen & pelvis

Subjects

Introduction and surface anatomy

1

      60

Abdominal wall

2

Peritoneum

2

GIT and its derivatives

5

Posterior abdominal wall and urinary system

2

Skeleton ,pelvic inlet ,outlet ,diameters and measurement.

1

Pelvic fossa ,peritoneum & pouches ,pelvic walls and floor

2

Rectum ,anal canal , bladder ,prostate & urethra 

3

Uterus ,ovary ,vagina, and pelvic ureter

3

Neuroanatomy

Subjects

Vertebral canal and meninges

1

     60

Spinal cord

1

Funiculi of the spinal cord

3

Medulla oblongata

2

Pons :4th ventricle , CSF cisterns

1

Midbrain

2

Cerebellum

2

Diencephalon

4

Basal ganglia

1

Limbic lobe and limbic system

1

Cerebral cortex & blood supply of the brain

2

Laterality of cerebral hemispheres, cerebral dominance &ventricles

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Second year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Biochemistry

 Biochemistry

    90

 60  

    8

Subjects

Biochemistry of digestion , absorption &detoxification

Enzymes

Metabolism of lipids

Vitamins and co-enzymes

Metabolism of carbohydrates

Inborn errors of metabolism

Hormones

Protein structure

Porphyria

Nucleic acid metabolism

Liver function tests

Renal function tests

Tumor markers

Cancer and diet

Obesity , metabolic syndrome & prostaglandins

Uric acid metabolism and hyperurecemia

Calcium ,phosphorus ,magnesium and bone disease

Minerals

Practical experiments, instruments and practical examinations

 

 

 

 

 

Second year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Embryology

Anatomy

30

2

Subjects

Theory hours/year

General embryology

12

Cardiovascular system

5

Urogenital system

4

Digestive system

3

Head & neck (pharyngeal arches & pouches )

3

Skeletal system

1

Muscular system

1

Eye ,Ear & nose

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Second year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Histology

Anatomy

45

90

6

Subjects

Theory  hours/year

Practical hours/year

Bone marrow

2

        90

Skin and it’s appendages

3

Circulatory system

3

Lymphoid system

3

Nervous system

7

Digestive system

7

Urinary system

3

Endocrine system

3

Respiratory system

3

Reproductive system

7

Eye

2

Ear

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

Second year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Physiology

Physiology

120

60

11

Subjects

Introduction to physiology

   -subjects and significance

   -methods of physiological research

   -physiology and other science

Cell physiology

   -cellular organization

   -cell membrane

   -transport across cell membrane

Body fluid

     -body fluid compartment

     -body fluid composition

     -body fluid function and homeostasis

     -body fluid dynamics (transport across capillary wall & oedema )

Blood physiology

     -blood cell & plasma

     -bone marrow & hematopoiesis

     -RBC & erythropoiesis

     -hemoglobin

     -hemoglobin abnormalities

     -anemia

     -blood typing and Rh

     -hemolytic disease of new born

     -platelets & coagulation

     -hemostasis ( clotting system )

     -hemostasis ( anticlotting & fibrinolytic system )

     -WBC & immune system

     -immune system

Autonomic nervous system (ANS)

     -functional anatomy of ANS

     -chemical transmission

     -sympathetic and parasympathetic system

     -autonomic reflexes

     -effects of ANS on the organs 

Muscles & nerves

     -Excitable tissue and potentials

     -membrane electricity

     -potassium and membrane potential, nerve action potential

     -types of fibers

     -neuromuscular junction and synapses

     -muscle contraction

     -sliding filament theory

Respiratory system

     -functional anatomy of the respiratory system

     -muscles of respiration

     -pressure changes during respiration

     -expansion of the lung and compliance

     -alveolar ventilation

     -distribution of ventilation and perfusion

     -lung volume and capacities

     -pulmonary function test

     -pulmonary circulation

     -exchange of gases and diffusion capacity

     -transport of O2 by blood

     -exchange of CO2 by the blood

     -control of breathing

     – respiratory regulation of acid – base balance

     -hypoxia ,hypercapnia & cyanosis

     -normal and abnormal patterns of breathing 

Cardiovascular system

Heart

     -introduction ,physiologic anatomy ,heart valves & heart sound

     -electrical activity of the heart ( action potential )

     -properties of cardiac muscle (syncytium)

     -properties ( Auto rhythmicity, excitability & conductivity )

     -properties (contractility)

     -cardiac cycle

     -ECG characteristics

     -ECG electrical axis and cardiac vector

     -ECG cardiac arrhythmias

     -Cardiovascular innervation ; cardiovascular centers

     – heart rate (HR)

     -stroke volume

     -cardiac output and venous return

Cardiovascular system

Circulation

     -blood pressure

     -control of  blood pressure

     -microcirculation & lymphatics

     -edema formation

     -blood flow systemic  & local blood flow

     -coronary circulation & ischemic heart disease

     -cerebral circulation

     -shock

     -syncope

Renal system

     -functional anatomy of the kidneys

     -autoregulation of renal blood flow

     -mechanism of glomerular filtration

     -measurement of glomerular filtration rate (GFR)

     -reabsorption and secretion in the renal tubules

     -water and sodium hemostasis

     -water intake and loss

     -regulation of tubular sodium and potassium balance

     -acid – base balance

     -hydrogen ion and pH

     -body buffer system

     -renal regulation of acid – base balance

     -acid – base abnormalities

GIT physiology

     -introduction and functional anatomy

     -oral cavity .. salivary secretion

     -gastric secretion

     -pancreatic  secretion

     -secretion of bile

     -secretion of small intestine

     -Secretion of large intestine

     -gastrointestinal absorption

     -regulation of gastrointestinal function

     -gastrointestinal motility

     -large intestinal bacteria

Endocrine and reproductive system

     -introduction

     -hypothalamus

     -hypothalamic hormones

     -hypothalamic – pituitary axis

    -pituitary gland

     -pituitary hormones of posterior lobe

     – pituitary hormones of posterior lobe: clinical conditions

     -pituitary hormones of anterior lobe

     – pituitary hormones of anterior lobe : clinical conditions

     -prolactin hormone

     -thyroid gland

     -physiological action of T3 ,T4,TSHand calcitonin

     -thyroid gland : clinical conditions

     -parathyroid gland and calcium metabolism

     -adrenal gland –cortex

     -adrenal gland –medulla

     -pancreas

Reproductive system

     -male sexual organ & spermatogenesis

     -male sex hormones

     -female reproductive system

     -ovarian hormones

     -hormones of pregnancy

     -maturation and fertilization of the ova

     -parturition and lactation

     -growth and functional development of the fetus

     -fetal respiratory adjustment

     -fetal circulation adjustment

CNS physiology

     -introduction 

     -CNS divisions

     -properties of synaptic transmission

     -signal processing in the CNS

Sensory function of the CNS

     -sensory receptors

     -sensory nerves

     -somatic sensation

     -thermo-receptive sensation

     -pain sensation

     -intrinsic modification of pain sensibility

     -pathways of somatic sensation

     -somatosensory  conducting system of spinal cord

     -somatosensory functions of cerebral cortex

Motor Function Of The CNS

      -motor function of the cerebral cortex

     -the motor tracts

     -the basal ganglia

     -the cerebellum

     -the spinal cord functions

     -spinal reflex action and properties

     -stretch reflex and skeletal muscle tone

Integrative Function Of The CNS

     -hypothalamus

     -limbic system and reticular formation

     -sleep

     -learning

     -memory

     -speech

     -electrical activity of the brain

Special sense physiology

      -physiology of vision

      -physiology of hearing

      – physiology of hearing (vestibular system )

      -physiology of smell

      -physiology of taste

PRACTICAL PHYSIOLOGY

Introduction

Blood film

White blood cell count

Total red blood cell count

Revision of blood tests

Vital signs

Effect of exercise on vital signs

Blood pressure examination

Effect of exercise on blood pressure

Pulmonary function test

Heart sounds

Examination of the chest

E.C.G.

Sensory examination

Motor function

Tendon reflexes using lab Tuitor

E.E.G. using lab Tuitor

Cardiophonographyusing lab tuitor

Muscle & nerve preparation

PH estimation using lab tuitor

Psychophysiology using lab tuitor

Extraoccular muscle movement using lab tuitor

Vision examination

Hearing examination

Cranial nerve examination

Second year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Human rights and democracy

     60

    –

    2

THIRD YEAR

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Internal medicine

Medicine

45

60

5

Subject

Theory

Hour/year

Practical/ward

Hour/ward

Fluid, electrolyte & acid – base balance

8

60

Immune system

4

Basic nutritional concepts

11

Introduction to infectious disease, clinical approach investigations and treatment

22

 

Practical/ ward

Students trained for history taking , clinical examination and case presentation for 60 hours per year

 

 

 

 

 

 

Third year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Surgery

 Surgery

           30

     –

    2

Subjects

Shock

Hemorrhage

Blood transfusion

Trauma

Wounds

Reaction of body to trauma

Skin tumors and cysts

First aids in accidents and life support

Disease of lymphatic

Disease of veins

Deep venous thrombosis D.V.T

Peripheral arterial disease

Gangrene

Ulceration , cysts and fistula

Sterilization , disinfection and infection

Burns ,types , management

Hydatid cyst

Fluid  and electrolytes

Acid – base balance

Abdominal incisions  and types of sutures

 

 

 

Third year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Microbiology

Microbiology

       90

     60

    8

Subjects  theory hour

I: General microbiology 12

 The science of microbiology introduction

 Host parasite relationship

 Microbiology in medicine

 Anatomy of the cell

 Growth of bacteria & its parameters

 Microbial metabolism

 Survival of the organism in natural environment processes

 Antimicrobial agents disinfection &antiseptic

 Antibiotics

 Bacterial genetic

 Gene transfer

 Mutation & recombination molecular microbiology

Genetic engineering in medicine

II: Immunology                                                       20 hr.

 Introduction of the immune system

 Non specific immunity ,immunoglobulin & immunogenicity

 Structure & classes of immunoglobulin

 Variants & AB diversity

 Anatomy of the immune system

 Cells of the immune system

 Interaction between these cells

 Activation of T & B cells

 Immune response

 HLA system

 Immunogenic mechanism of tissue damage hypersensitivity reaction type 1

 Hypersensitivity reaction type II,III,IV

 Tumor immunology

 Auto immune disease

 Interleukins

 Immunity to infections

 How micro-organisms escape from the immune system

 Immune- deficiencies

 Transplantation

III : Systemic Bacteriology                                    28 hr

 Pyogenic cocci

 Staphylococci

 Streptococci

 Pneumococci

 Neisseria gonorrhea

 Neisseria meningitis

 Corynebacteria

 Mycobacteria

 Atypical mycobacteria

The genus bacillus

Clostridia

 E .coli

 Klebsiella

 Proteus

 Pseudomonas

Salmonella

 Shigella

 Vibrio

 Brucella

 Helicobacter

 Campylobacter

 Spirochetes ,tryponema pallidum

Borrelia leptospira pasteurellae

Haemophilis , Bordetella

 Mycoplasma , legionella

 Chlamydia & ricketsiae

 Normal microbial flora of human  body

IV : Virology                                                          20 hr.

General properties of the viruses

Structure :classification of DNA ,RNA viruses

Replication of RNA viruses

Replication of DNA viruses

Cultivation & isolation of viruses

Chemotherapy ,antiviral agents & vaccines

Influenza viruses

Paramyxo & rubella virus

Enteric viruses ,rhinovirus group

Pathogenesis of viruses

Herpes viruses

Rabies & other neurotropic viruses

HPV , POX  and PARVO viruses

Retro virus , AIDS

Reo and Rota viruses

Oncogenic viruses

V:mycology                                                         10 hr.

Introduction

Structure and reproduction

Cultural characteristics ,types of mycosis

General principles in treatment

Actinomyces

Nocardia & mycetoma

Dermatophytes

Candidiasis & cytococcosis

Histoplasmosis

Penicillium

Miscellaneous fungi; mucor. , Aspergillosis, &rhizopus

Antifungal agents , antibiotic produced by fungi

 Topics of microbiological laboratory

 Hours /year

   60

Introduction and laboratory safety

Collection and handlings of samples

Sterilization and disinfection

bacterial culture and sensitivity

Microscope

Preparation of smear & sample staining techniques

Bacterial staining methods

Differential staining technique ( gram satin)

Differential staining technique (ZN staining)

Types of culture media

Pure culture techniques  , SGT traditional and newer bacterial culture methods

Anti biotic resistance workshop

Bacterial biofilms

SGT bacterial biofilm

Immunology

Precipitation and agglutination

 Immunology

Complement test , immunoassay test (RIA ,IFA)

Immunology

Antigene – antibody reaction and separation of immune cell Isolation and identification of mononuclear cells  from peripheral blood

Genus staphylococcus

Genus streptococcus

S. pneumonia

Pneumococci , diplococcal pneumonia 

Genus Enterococcus  ..E. faecalis ,E. faecium

Genus Neisseria

Genus corynebacteria

Genus mycobacterium

Genus bacillus

Perfringens Welchi , C.Difficile

Clostridium tetani and c. botulinm

Genus enterobacteriaceae

E. coli and klebsiella

Genus enterobacteriaceae

Proteus and pseudomonas

IMVIC & API 20E tests

Genus Salmonella

Genus shigella

Genus vibrio

Methods for viral diagnosis

Direct demonstration of virus or viral Ag in clinical specimen

Methods for viral diagnosis

Isolation of virus in living host cells and subsequent isolation and identification by immunological methods

DNA extraction and PCR workshop

Laboratory of medical mycology , methods for fungal diagnosis

 

 

 

 

 

 

Third year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Parasitology

 parasitology

         60

    60

    6

Subjects

Introduction

Classification of protozoa

Entamoeba histolytica

Morphology

Modes of transmission

Pathology and pathogenesis

Diagnosis

Treatment

E.coli & E.gingivalis

Other amoebae

B.hominis & B.coli

N.fowleri

G.lamblia & C.mesnili

T.vaginalis &T.tetanus

T.gambiense ,T.rodesiense&  T.cruzi

L.tropica

L.donovani

Malarial parasites of human

Coccidian ,emeria ,iosopora belli

Sarcocystis specious

Pneumocystis cryptosporidium

Toxoplasma gondi

Introduction to helminthes

T.saginata

T.solium &cysicercosis

E.granulosis

E.granulosus

E.multilocularis

D.caninum

H.nana &H.diminuta

D.latum

Spargnosis

Nematodes

General consideration s

A.lumbricodes

E.vermicularis

Trichuris trichura &Trichostrongylus

Hookworm

S.stercolaris & T.spiralis

Cutaneous &visceral larva migrans

Filarial diseases

Trematodes

General considerations

Intestinal flukes

Liver and lung flakes

Schistosomes

Insect

Anophheline mosquito of malaria

Sandflies and blackflies

Fleas and lice

House flies

Prevention and control

Ticks and mites

Scabies

Myasis

Practical medical parasitology                                                                  60 hr.

Introduction to parasitology

Hoe to use microscope

Examination of faecal material

Entamoeba histolytica

Other intestinal amoebae

Intestinal flagellates

Atrial flagellates

Blood and tissue flagellates

Leishmania tropica and L.donovani

Sporozoa ;plamodidae

Genus ;plasmodium vivar and plasmodium malaria

Plasmodium falciparum

Sexual cycle of plasmodium species in sporogony

Toxoplasma gondii

Ascaris lumbricoides

Enterobius vermicularis ,hookworm ,Ancylostoma duodenale necator americanus

Strongyloides stercoralis wuchereria bancroti

Tricuris tricura

Trichinella

Taenia sagmata ,taenia solira

Hymenolepis nana ,diphylobothrium latum

Echinococcus granulosus

Schistosoma hematobium

Schistosoma mansoni

Hetrophyes fasciola hepatica

Anopheles oulex

Sand fly ,clossina and house fly

Fleas lice

Ticks and mites 

 

Third year

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RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Pathology

Pathology

          60

    60

    6

Subjects

Cellular adaptation and injury

Inflammation

Healing and repair

Haemodynamic disturbance

Genetic disorders

Immune pathology

Neoplasia

Infectious diseases

Environmental & nutritional pathology

Cytopathology

Blood transfusion

 

Third year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Community medicine

Community Medicine

          30

    30

    3

 Theory Subjects

Medical statistic

Biostatistics and data grouping

Presentation of data mathematical

Presentation of data tubular , graphical and pictorial presentation

Sampling techniques

Probability

Probability distribution

Sampling distribution- Z distribution

Estimation – confidence interval

Student’s T – distribution

Hypothesis testing

Chi sequare distribution

Correlation & regression

Vital statistics

Public health nutrition

Definition of relevant terms

Nutrient metabolism and requirement

Nutrition of specific groups of population

Nutrition and infections

Nutritional surveys and assessment of the nutritional status of the population

Nutritional diseases

Diet therapy and nutritional rehabilitation

Practical

 Hours

Practical work on relevant statistical exercises and problems

30

 

Third year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Pharmacology

 Pharmacology

          90

     60

    8

Subjects

General pharmacology

Cholinergic drugs

Adrenergic drugs

Anti – hypertensive drugs

Anti – angina drugs

Digitalis and anti –arrhythmic drugs

Anti hyperlipidemia drugs

Anti- coagulants

Histamine and anti – histamine

Diuretics

Anti- anxiety & hypnotics

Anti-Epileptics

Anti-parkinsonian drugs

Anti –psycotics &anti-deperssants

Narcotic analgesia

Prostaglandins

Drugs acting on the respiratory system  ( drugs for asthma , drugs for COPD , Mucolytic, anti-tussives , demulcent and cough mixture, respiratory stimulants , oxygen therapy )

Corticosteroids , non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs NSAIDs and DmARDs

Gout & slow acting  anti-rheumatic drugs

Local anaesthesia

Serotonin & kinins

Drugs acting on the GIT ( drugs used in peptic ulcer , IBD and IBS , Anti-diarrheal drugs , Anti-emetics , Laxative )

Anti- neoplastic drugs

Antibiotics 

Anti- fungal drugs

Anti- viral drugs

Anti-protozoal

Anti- helminthic

Anti- diabetics

Anti- anaemic

Thyroid hormones & anti thyroid drugs

Sex hormones &contraceptive drugs

Anti septic

Oxytocic and tocolytic drug

Drugs used for the treatment of erectile dysfunction , obesity and osteopresis

Herbal medicine

Vitamins & food supplement

Pharmacogenetics

Immune pharmacology

Practical pharmacology

Subjects

Basics and ethics of prescription writing

Dosage forms

Routes of administration

Handling of laboratory animals

Evaluation of new drugs

Effect of antiepileptic

Evaluation of anti inflammatory drugs

Variation in response to affixed dose of drug

The effects of nitrates & atropine

Response of human skin to histamines and adrenalines

Effects  of b- blockers response on CVS in human

Effects of smoking on CVS

Effects of drugs on blood pressure in humans

Local anesthesia

General anesthesia drugs

Drugs acting on human eye

Drugs causes change in color of urine

Activities

Seminar ; each student should presents  a power point presentation

Clinical case report

Problem solving clinical pharmacology

Fourth YEAR

 

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Medicine

Medicine

132

80

12

Subject

Respiratory system

·        Clinical examination of the respiratory system

·        Functional anatomy and physiology

·        Investigations of the respiratory system

·        Cough

·        Breathlessness

·        Haemoptysis

·        Chest pain

·        Pleural effusion

·        Incidental pulmonary nodule on imaging

·        Respiratory failure

·        Obstructive pulmonary diseases

          -asthma

           -chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases

           -bronchiectasis

           – cystic fibrosis

·        Infections of the respiratory system

   Upper respiratory tract infections

   Pneumonia

   Tuberculosis

   Respiratory diseases caused by fungi

·        Tumors of lungs and bronchus

   Primary tumors of the lung

   Secondary tumors of the lung

   Tumors of mediastinum

·        Interstitial and infiltrative pulmonary diseases

   Diffuse parenchymal lung diseases

   Lung diseases due to organic dust

   Lung diseases due to inorganic dusts

   Lung diseases due to systemic inflammatory diseases

   Pulmonary eosinophilia and vasculitides

   Lung diseases due to irritations and drugs

   Rare interstitial disorders

·        Pulmonary vascular disease

    Venous thromboembolism

    Pulmonary hypertension

·        Diseases of the upper airway

    Diseases of the nasopharynx

    Sleep disordered breathing

    Laryngeal disorders

    Tracheal disorders

·        Diseases of the pleura , diaphragm and chest wall 

   Diseases of the pleura

   Diseases of the diaphragm

   Diseases of the chest wall

Cardiovascular system

·        Clinical examination of the cardiovascular system

·        Functional anatomy and physiology

·        Investigations of the cardiovascular system

    Electrocardiogram ECG

    Cardiac biomarkers

    Chest x ray

    Echocardiography

    Computed tomography image

    Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

    Cardiac catheterization

    Radionuclide imaging 

·        Presenting problems in cardiovascular system

    Chest pain

    Dyspnea

    Acute circulatory failure

    Heart failure

    Hypertension

Syncope and presyncope

    Palpitation

    Cardiac arrest and sudden cardiac death

    Abnormal heart sound and murmurs

·        Disorders of the heart rate , rhythm and conduction

    Sinus rhythm

    Atrial tachyarrhythmias

    Sick sinus syndrome

    Atrioventricular and bundle brunch block

    Anti- arrhythmic drug therapy

    Therapeutic procedures

·        Atherosclerosis

·        Coronary heart disease

    Stable angina

    Acute coronary syndrome

   Cardiac risk of non-cardiac surgery

·        Vascular disease

    Peripheral arterial diseases

    Diseases of the aorta

    Hypertension

·        Diseases of the heart valve

    Rheumatic heart disease

    Mitral valve diseases

    Aortic valve diseases

    Tricuspid valve diseases

    Pulmonary valve diseases

    Infective endocarditis

    Valve replacement therapy

·        Congenital heart diseases

·        Diseases of the myocardium

    Myocarditis

    Cardiomyopathy

    Specific diseases of the heart muscle

    Cardiac tumors

·        Diseases of the pericardium

Endocrine system

Kidney and urinary tract diseases

·        Clinical examination of the kidney and urinary tract

·        Functional anatomy and physiology

·        Investigations of the renal and urinary tract diseases

·        Presenting problems in renal and urinary tract diseases

    Urinary tract infection

    Loin pain

    Abnormal micturition

    Erectile dysfunction

    Hematuria

    Proteinuria

    edema

    hypertension

    acute renal failure

   chronic kidney disease

·        Renal replacement therapy

·        Renal vascular diseases

·        Glomerular diseases

    Glomerulonephritis

    Inherited glomerular disease

·        Tubulo -interstitial diseases

    Interstitial nephritis

    Cystic kidney disease

    Isolated defects of tubular function

·        Diseases of the collecting system and ureter

·        Diseases of the lower genitourinary tract

·        Diseases of the prostate gland

·        Tumors of the kidney and urinary  tract

    Tumors of the kidney

    Tumors of the renal pelvis , ureters and bladder

·        Renal involvement in systemic condition

·        Drugs and kidney

Infectious diseases

Liver and biliary tract diseases

·        Functional anatomy and physiology

·        Investigations of hepatobiliary diseases

    Liver function test

    Hematological test

    Immunological tests

    Radiological imaging

    Liver biopsy

    Non- invasive markers of hepatic fibrosis

·        Presenting problems in liver diseases

    Abnormal liver function test

    Jaundice

    Acute liver failure

Hepatomegaly

    Ascites

    Hepatic encephalopathy

    Variceal bleeding

·        Cirrhosis

·        Portal hypertension

·        Infections and the liver

    Viral hepatitis

    HIV infection and the liver

·        Alcoholic liver diseases

·        Non – alcoholic liver diseases

·        Drugs toxins and the liver

·        Inherited liver diseases

    Hemochromatosis

    Wilsons dieses

    Alpha – antitrypsin deficiency

    Gilberts syndrome

·        Autoimmune hepatitis

·        Intrahepatic biliary diseases

    Primary biliary cirrhosis

    Secondary biliary cirrhosis

    Primary sclerosing cholangitis

    Cystic and fibropolycystic

Intrahepatic cholestasis

·        Liver tumors and focal liver lesion

    Hepatocellular carcinoma

    Secondary malignant tumors

    Benign tumors

    Liver abscess

·        Vascular liver diseases

    Hepatic arterial diseases

    Portal venous thrombosis

    Hepatopulmonary  hypertension

    Portopulmonary hypertension

    Hepatic venous outflow obstruction

    Nodular regenerative hyperplasia of the liver

·        Pregnancy and the liver

    Intercurrent and preexisting liver diseases

    Pregnancy associated liver disease

·        Liver transplantation

·        Gallbladder and extrahepatic biliary diseases

    Gallstones

    Cholecystitis

    Choledocholithiasis

    Tumors of the gallbladder and bile duct

    Miscellaneous biliary disorders

GIT system

·        Clinical examination of the gastrointestinal tract

·        Functional anatomy and physiology

·        Investigations of gastrointestinal disease

·        Presenting problems in gastrointestinal diseases

   Dysphagia

   Dyspepsia

   Vomiting

   Gastrointestinal bleeding

   Diarrhea

   Malabsorption

   Weight loss

   Constipation

   Abdominal pain

·        Diseases of the mouth and salivary  glands

·        Diseases of the esophagus

   Gastro-esophageal reflex diseases

   Motility disorders

   Tumors of the esophagus

   Perforation of the esophagus

·        Diseases of the stomach and duodenum

   Gastritis

   Peptic ulcer diseases

   Functional disorders

   Tumors of the stomach

·        Diseases of the small intestine

   Disorders causing malabsorption

   Motility disorders

   Miscellaneous disorders of the small intestine

   Adverse food reaction

   Infections of the small intestine

   Tumors of the small intestine

·        Diseases of the pancreas

   Acute pancreatitis

   Chronic pancreatitis

   Congenital abnormalities of the pancreas

   Tumors of the pancreas

·        Inflammatory bowel diseases

·        Irritable bowel syndrome

·        Disorders of the colon and rectum

   Tumors of the colon and rectum

   Diverticulosis

   Constipation and disorders of defecation

   Colonic infections

   Anorectal disorders

   Diseases of the peritoneal cavity

Practical / ward training

Students trained for history taking , case presentation and clinical examination in teaching hospital wards

 

Fourth year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Surgery

 surgery

           90

     96

    13

Subjects

Esophagus

Stomach and duodenum

Small intestine

Large intestine

Upper GIT bleeding

Lower GIT bleeding

Intestinal obstruction

Colostomy

Ileostomy

Stoma

The liver

Biliary system and obstruction jaundice

Portal hypertension

The spleen

Appendix

The pancreas

Abdominal wall & umbilicus

Hernias

Peritonitis and intra abdominal abscesses

Tongue and oral cavity

Salivary gland

Lymphadenopathy

Parathyroid gland

Adrenal gland

Hydrated cyst

Urology

Sutures material

Intestinal anastomosis

Drains

Principles of laparoscopic  surgery

Postoperative care

 

Fourth year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Community medicine

 Community medicine 

           105

     120

    11

Subjects

Introduction

Definition of epidemiology, epidemiological uses and approach ,concept of health and disease

Epidemiological data

Types of epidemiological data , sources and its limitations

Epidemiological measurement

Descriptive epidemiology

Epidemiological studies

Cross – section study , case control , cohort , longitudinal and interventional

The concept of association

Designing epidemiology studies

Screening and quality control of screening , diagnostic tests and clinical epidemiology

The iceberg phenomena

The concept and investigation of epidemics

Primary health care and maternal & child health care (MCH)

Introduction

Components

Nutrition during pregnancy

Infection during pregnancy

Low birth  weight

Prematurity

Evaluation of MCH care

Vital statistics in MCH

Primary health care services

Health care for children

Growth monitoring , immunization , development

School health services

Supportive programs to primary health care (PHC)

Skills of PHC workers

The characteristics of five star doctor

National PHC programs 

WHO , CDD,ARI,MCH and others

Epidemiology and control of communicable disease

Definitions and common terms

Infections acquired through the respiratory drugs

Acute respiratory infection

 Causes, risk factors , extents , strategies of control

Infections acquired through the gastrointestinal tract

Diarrheal disease

Causes , risk factors , extent and control

Epidemiology od rotavirus , cholera, salmonella, and shigellosis

Bacterial food poisoning

Amoebiasis

Shigellosis and salmonellosis

Typhoid and paratyphoid fever

Poliomyelitis

Infectious hepatitis A

Mouth and throat infections

Tonsillitis , mumps , diphtheria

Measles

Chickenpox

German measles

Whooping cough

Leprosy

Tuberculosis TB

Percutaneous infections

Acute bacterial meningitis

Insect bites

Diseases  leshmaniasis , malaria , rickettsia

Anthrax as a result of abrasions

Animal bites , rabies

Wounds ,tetanus

Schistosomiasis

Hookworm

Injections : hepatitis , AIDS

Sexually transmitted diseases STDs

Nasocomial diseases

Travel health

Epidemiology and control of non communicable disease

Introduction

Epidemiology of cardiovascular diseases

Epidemiology of hypertension

Epidemiology of ischemic heart disease

Epidemiology of diabetes mellitus

Epidemiology of cancer

Epidemiology of COPD

Epidemiology of Rheumatic fever

Environmental health

Definitions of basic terms

Activities of environmental health

Water sources , quality and water related diseases

Sources of air pollutions , health effects , control and prevention

Occupational diseases

Introduction and definitions

Health hazards during working

Health hazards to the environment and community

Safety measures in occupational medicine

Social medicine

Definitions of basic terms

Social , economic and cultural factors and there effects on health

Patient – doctor relationship

Sick role (parsons criteria of sick role )

Medicine as profession and health organization

Administration of health care

Introduction

Family medicine

Practical sessions

Epidemiological exercises

Field projects (household survey and institutional basal studies)  witch covers health related problems

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fourth year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Obstetrics

Gynecology & obstetrics

           60

     80

    7

Subjects

Female pelvis and fetal skull

Fertilization , implantation and development

Normal fetal growth and development

Placental function

Physiological changes in pregnancy

Symptoms of pregnancy

Vomiting in pregnancy and hyperemesis gravidarum

Prenatal diagnosis

Antenatal care and antenatal imaging and assessment of fetus

Modern maternity care

General medical disorders in pregnancy

Disease in the urinary system in pregnancy

Diabetes with pregnancy , gestational D.M

Heart disease in pregnancy

Anemia in pregnancy

Coagulation disorder in pregnancy , venous thromboembolism

Mechanism of labour , stages of labour

Management of labour , assessing the progress of labour , partograph

Assessment of fetal wellbeing in labour

Fetal mal positions  and mal presentation

Breech presentation , face and brow presentation , transvers lie

Cord presentation

Abnormal labour

Abnormal uterine contraction

Cephalo- pelvic disproportion

Obstructed labour

Cephalo – pelvic disproportion

Shoulder dystocia

Abnormalities of  3rd stage of labour

Twin & higher multiple gestations

Hypertensive disorders in pregnancy , preeclampsia

Anti partum hemorrhage (APH) , placenta previa

Abruption placenta

Intrauterine growth retardation ( I.U.G.R.)

Intrauterine fetal death (I.U.D)

Amniotic fluid and its abnormalities

Abdominal pain in pregnancy

Preterm premature rupture of membrane (P.P.R.O.M)

Preterm labour

Post term pregnancy , follow up and its management

Immunology of pregnancy

Rh. Iso-immunization

Drugs in obstetrics

Induction of labour

Pain relief in labour

Imaging in obstetrics

Operative obstetrics , cesarean section c/s

Injuries and shock in obstetrics

Prenatal and maternal mortality

Perperium

Post partum hemorrhage

Practical sessions in the hospital

4 times per week each session lasts 3 hours

 

 

 

Fourth year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Pathology

Pathology

           60

     60

    6

Subjects

Cardiovascular system (C.V.S)

Haematology

Respiratory system

Lymph reticular system

Gastrointestinal tract pathology

Renal pathology

Liver , gall bladder and pancreas

Breast pathology

Endocrine system

Male and female genital system

Central nervous system pathology

Eye pathology

Ear pathology

Musculoskeletal pathology

Skin  pathology 

Fourth year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Forensic medicine

Forensic medicine

            60

     60

    6

Fourth year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Medical ethecis

 Medical ethecis

           30

     –

    2

FIFTH YEAR

Fifth year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Medicine

Medicine

73

60

7

Subjects

Hematology ( blood diseases )

·        Clinical examination in blood diseases

·        Functional anatomy and physiology

·        Investigation of diseases of the blood

    The full blood count

    Blood film examination

    Bone marrow examination

    Investigations of coagulation

·        Presenting problems in blood diseases

    Anemia

    High hemoglobin

    Leukopenia

    Leukocytosis

    Lymphadenopathy

   Splenomegaly

   Bleeding

   Thrombocytopenia

   thrombocytosis

·        Blood products and transfusion

    Blood product

   Adverse  effects of transfusion

   Safe transfusion procedures

·        Bone marrow  and peripheral blood stem cell transplantation

·        Anticoagulant and antithrombotic therapy  

·        Anaemias

    Iron deficiency anemia

    Anemia of chronic diseases

    Megaloblastic anemia

    Hemolytic anemia

·        Hemoglobinopathies

·        Hematological malignancies

    Leukemia

    Lymphoma

    Paraproteinaemias

·        Aplastic anemia

    Primary idiopathic acquired aplastic anemia

    Secondary aplastic anemia

·        Myeloprolifrative disorders

·        Bleeding disorders

    Disorders of primary hemostasis

    Coagulation disorders

·        Thrombotic disorders

Poisoning

·        Comprehensive evaluation of the poisoned patient

·        Evaluation of the envenomed patient

·        General approach to poisoned patient

·        Poisoning by specific pharmaceutical agents

    Antidepressant

    Analgesia

   Cardiovascular medications

    Antimalarials

    Iron

    Antipsychotic drugs

    Antidiabetic agents

·        Drugs of misuse

    Cannabis

    Benzodiazepines

    Stimulants

    Gammahydroxybutyrate  (GHB)

    LSD

    Opioids

    Bodypackers  

·        Chemical and pesticides

    Carbon monoxide

    Organophosphorus insecticides /nerve agents

    Carbamate insecticide

    Methanol and ethylene glycol

    Aluminium   and zinc phosphide

Rheumatology

·        Clinical examination of the musculoskeletal system

·        Functional anatomy and physiology

·        Investigations of the musculoskeletal diseases

·        Presenting problems in musculoskeletal diseases

    Pain in single joint

    Oligoarthritis

    Polyarthritis

    Fracture

    Bone pain without fracture

    Regional periarticular pain

    Back and neck pain

    Muscle pain and weakness

    Rheumatic diseases presenting as systemic illness

·        Principle of management of musculoskeletal disorder

    Core intervention

    Pharmacological options for direct symptom control

    Non – pharmacological interventions

·        Osteoarthritis

·        Inflammatory joints diseases

    Rheumatoid arthritis

    Seronegative spondylitis

    Crystal associated diseases

    Bone and joint infection

·        Fibromyalgia

·        Systemic connective tissue diseases

    Systemic lupus erythematosus

    Systemic sclerosis

    Mixed connective tissue disease

    Sjogren’s syndrome

    Polymyositis and dermatomyositis

·        Systemic vasculitis

·        Diseases of the bone

    Osteoporosis

    Osteomalacia and rickets

    Pagets disease

    Primary tumors of the musculoskeletal system

    Inherited disorders of the bone

·        Musculoskeletal presentations of diseases in other systems

·        Physiotherapy and rehabilitation

Neurology ( neurological diseases )

·        Functional anatomy and physiology 

·        Investigations of the neurological disease

·        Presenting problems in neurological disease

    Headache and facial pain

    Dizziness, blackout and funny turns

    Sleep disturbance

    Weakness

    Abnormal gait

    Disorders of balance

    Abnormal movement

    Sensory disturbance

    Coma

    Acute confusional state

    Memory loss

    Personality change

    Speech and language disturbance

    Disorders of perception

    Brain stem lesion

    Swallowing difficulty

    Visual disturbance and other ocular abnormalities

    Sphincter disturbance

·        Headache syndromes

·        Vestibular disorders

·        Epilepsy

·        Disorders of sleep

·        Cerebrovascular diseases

    Stroke

    Subarachnoid hemorrhage

    Cerebral venous thrombosis

·        Inflammatory diseases

·        Neurodegenerative diseases

·        Infections of the nervous system

    Meningitis

    Parenchymal viral infections

    Parenchymal bacterial infections

    Diseases caused by bacterial toxins

    Transmissible spongiform encephalopathies

Geriatric medicine ( aging and disease )

Medical rehabilitation

 

Fifth year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Surgery

 surgery

           102

     130

11

Subjects

Orthopedic surgery

Anesthesia

Neurosurgery

Cardio- thoracic surgery

Pediatric surgery

Breast ( applied anatomy , breast problems, tumors  , management and breast surgery )

Thyroid

Plastic surgery

Hand infections

Skin graft and skin flap

Principle of transplants

Surgical oncology

Radiology , radio-diagnosis

Radiotherapy

Fifth year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

ENT

 surgery

30

     45

3

Subjects

Ear

anatomy and physiology

Diseases of the external ear

Diseases of the middle ear

Diseases of the internal ear

Nose and sinuses

Anatomy and physiology

Congenital abnormalities of the nose

Inflammations

Acute and chronic sinusitis

Allergic rhinitis

Epistaxis

Nasal trauma

Nasal polyps

Nasal obstruction

Tumors

Throat

Anatomy and physiology

Inflammations

Paralysis of the vocal cord

Infections

Tracheotomy , laryngotomy

Throat operations ( trachea , tonsils, adenoid )

Tumors

Otolaryngeal aspects of systemic diseases

 

Fifth year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Psychiatry

 medicine

           60

     45

5

Subjects

Introduction and terminology

Techniques of psychic interview and history taking

Classification of psychiatric disorders

Classifications of mental disorder

Etiology of psychiatric disorders 

Diagnosing psychiatric disorders

Communications skills , social process and social psychology

Presenting problems in psychiatric illness

·        Anxiety symptoms

·        Depressed mood

·        Elated mood

·        Delusions and hallucinations

·        Disturbed and aggressive behavior

·        Self harm

·        Confusion

·        Alcohol misuse

·        Substance misuse

·        Psychological factors affecting  medical conditions

·        Medically unexplained somatic symptoms

Anxiety disorders and panic attacks

Psychiatric disorders

·        Stress related disorders

·        Anxiety disorders

·        Mood disorders

·        Schizophrenia

·        Alcohol misuse  and dependency

·        Substance misuse disorders

·        Eating disorders

·        Somatoform disorders

·        Factitious disorders and malingering

·        Puerperal disorders

·        Sleep disorders

·        Delirium , dementia and organic disorders

·        Personality disorders

·        Sexual disorders

Obsession , compulsion , obsessive compulsive disorders (OCD)

Gender role , human sexuality

Conversional disorders

Organic disorders

Schizophrenic like disorders

Suicide and deliberate self harm

Child psychiatry , childhood related psychological disorder

Death dying , grief process , and psychological problems related to it

Psychotherapy

Treatment in psychiatry ( biological treatment , psychological treatment and social interventions)  , drugs used in psychiatry

ECT

Forensic psychiatry

Medical ethics in psychiatry

Doctor patient relationship

Higher mental function

Memory and intelligence

Personality types and concepts

Fifth year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Gynecology

Gynecology & obstetrics

60

45

6

Subjects

Embryology  & anatomy of genital tracts

Information and instructions about gynecological history and examination

Physiology of menstruation

Puberty and its disorders

Gynecological disorders in childhood

Primary and secondary amenorrhoea

Clinical approach and management of amenorrhoea

Menorrhagia

Dysfunctional uterine bleeding (D.U.B.)

Dysmenorrhea and premenstrual tension syndrome

Miscarriage

All types ( ex threatened abortion , missed abortion , infected  abortion , inevitable abortion ,… )of abortion and its management 

Ectopic pregnancy

Infertility ( female and male infertility )

Genital tract infection ( infection of upper genital tract , infection of lower genital tract )

Sexually transmitted disease (STDs)

Diseases of vulva

Disease of the vagina

Benign and malignant tumors of the cervix

Benign and malignant tumors of the uterus

Benign and malignant tumors of the ovaries

Polycystic ovarian  syndrome ( PCOS )

Hirsutism

Development of genital system  normal and abnormal development

Intersex

Trophoblastic disease

Endometriosis , adenomyosis

 Prolapse , Genital prolapse and urinary prolapse

Genital fistula

Contraception and family planning

Menopause

Postmenopausal uterine bleeding

Hormone replacement therapy

Laparoscopy and hysteroscopy

 Assisted pregnancy techniques :In vitro fertilization , intra uterine insemination ,…..

Operative gynecology

 Post operative complications

Imaging in gynecology , U/s : transabdominal , trans vaginal , Doppler U/S

General principles of cancer therapy in gynecology

 

 

 

Fifth year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Pediatrics

Pediatrics

60

72

6

Subjects

Infectious diseases

·        Rosela infantum

·        Measles

·        streptococcal infections , scarlet fever

·        Pertussis ,Whooping cough

·        Leshmaniasis , Kala azar

·        Rubella , and congenital rubella syndrome

·        Infectious mononucleosis

·        Poliomyelitis

·        Toxoplasmosis congenital syndrome

·        Chicken box

·        Diphtheria

·        Infectious polyneuritis

·        Meningitis and encephalitis

Disease of the newborns

·        The normal new born baby

·        Low birth weight babies

·        Premature babies causes ,  definition ,management and complication

·        Large for gestational age causes , definition , management and complications

·        Small for gestational age  causes , definition , management and complications

·        Neonatal infections , sepsis , major and minor

·        Prevention of infection in newborn

·        Neonatal birth trauma

·        Neonatal convulsions

·        Neonatal hyperbilirubinemia

·        Pathophysiology of bilirubin metabolism

·        Neonatal jaundice ,indirect hyperbilirubinemia , hemolytic hyperbilirubinaemia, direct  and mixed hyperbilirubinaemia

·        Hemolytic anaemia of new born

·        Asphyxia neonatorum

·        Respiratory distress syndrome ( R.D.S)

Immunization

·        Vaccines , BCG, Poliomyelitis , DPT ( diphtheria , pertussis , tetanus ),measles , mumps , Rubella , typhoid , hepatitis B , pneumococcal , meningococcal , hemophilis influenza , travel vaccine

·        Contraindications

·        Immunization schedule in Iraq

Pediatric cardiac and hematological diseases

·        Congenital heart disease CHD ( cyanotic CHD , a cyanotic CHD )

·        Heart failure

·        Sub – acute bacterial endocarditis

·        Myocarditis

·        Rheumatic fever

·        Anaemia in children  ( approach to the diagnosis and management )

·        Hemolytic anaemia

·        Hemophilia

·        Von willebrand disease

·        Thrombocytopenia , idiopathic thrombocytopenia purpura ITP

·        Hemolytic anaemia

·        Acute leukemia in children

·        Lymphoma

Disease of the respiratory system

·        Common cold

·        Epiglottitis

·        Infectious croup

·        Bronchitis

·        Bronchiolitis

·        Asthma

·        Pneumonia

·        Pleural effusion

·        Pneumothorax

 Arthritis in children

Allergic disorders , asthma and atopic conditions

Renal disorders

·        Nephrotic syndrome

·        Nephritic syndrome

·        Urinary tract infections

·        Acute renal failure

·        Acute post streptococcal nephritis

·        Hemolytic uraemic syndrome

Endocrine

·        Short stature

·        Diabetes type I and II

·        Hypoglycemia

·        Rickets

·        Thyroid diseases 

Poisoning

·        Types of poisoning , general informations and management

Diarrhea and vomiting

·        Acute diarrhea

·        Dehydration , fluid and electrolyte therapy , oral rehydration therapy ORS

·        Malnutrition and failure to thrive

·        Kwashiorkor

·        Marasmus

·        Marasmic – kwashiorkor

·        Failure to thrive

·        Malabsorption , celiac disease and cystic fibrosis

·        Fluid electrolyte therapy

·        Chronic diarrhea 

Feeding

·        Breast feeding

·        Bottle feeding

·        Feeding problems

·        Constipation and vomiting

·        Abdominal pain

·        Pyloric stenosis

·        Hirshsprung disease

Growth and development

·        Definition

·        Developmental milestone

·        Factors affecting growth and development

·        Types of stature

·        Methods of measurement

·        Liner and circumferential growth

·        Weight

·        Skin folds

Neurology

·        cerebral palsy  CP

·        Convulsions

·        Mental retardation

·        CNS infections

·        Neuropathy acute chronic

Genetics

·        Classification of chromosomal abnormalities and predisposing factors

·        Down’s syndrome

·        Trisomy 13 & 18 cri da chat

·        Klinfelter syndrome

·        Turner ‘s syndrome

·        Genetic counseling

·        Inherited disorders , genetic , chromosomal and multi factor conditions

·        Dominant , recessive with sex linked conditions and the recurrence risk

Behavioral disorders

·        Attention deficit disorders

·        Enuresis

 

 

 

 

Fifth year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Dermatology

Dermatology

30

30

3

Subjects

Structure of the skin

Functions of the skin

Pathological terms and clinical signs in dermatology

Bacterial skin diseases

Viral skin diseases

Fungal skin infections ,

·        Superficial skin infection : tinea capitis , dermatophys ,tinea corporis ,tinea barbae

Tinea faciei, tinea manus ,T.unguium ,T.cruris , T.incognito

·        Yeast skin infections :pityriasis versicolor , candidiasis

Cutaneous leishmaniasis

Scabies and pediculosis

Contact dermatitis ,skin diseases due to physical agents

Photodermatoses , skin response to cold and heat

Eczema .atopic dermatitis ,seborrhic dermatitis 

Psoriasis

Skin tumors

Sexually transmitted diseases

Specific ( gonococcal ) and non specific urethritis

Acne vulgaris

Pigmentary disorders

Cutaneous manifestation of systemic  disease

Effects of medications on skin

Connective tissue diseases CTD : lupus erythematosus , systemic lupus erythematosus , scleroderma ,dermatomyositis

Boullus dieases

Hair problems

Urticaria

Blistering diseases

Syphilis

Fifth year

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

THEORY

HOUR/YEAR

PRACTICAL/ward

HOUR/YEAR

TOTAL UNITS

Ophthalmology

Surgery

30

45

3

Subjects

Introduction

·        Anatomy of the eyeball

·        Visual acuity

·        Color vision

·        Visual field

Eyelids problems

·        Anatomy

·        Congenital anomalies of the eyelids

·        Abnormalities in shape and position

·        Benign nodules and cysts

·        Marginal chronic blepharitis

Sclera and episclera

·        Anatomy

·        Scleritis

·        Episcleritis

Conjunctiva problems

·        Applied anatomy

·        Conjunctival inflammation

·        Bacterial conjunctivitis

·        Viral conjunctivitis

·        Chlamydial conjunctivitis

·        Allergic conjunctivitis

·        Congenctival degeneration

Uveitis

·        Anatomical classification

·        Classification clinical , etiological classification

·        Anterior uveitis

·        Intermediate uveitis

·        Posterior uveitis

·        Investigations for patients with  uveitis

The cornea

·        Anatomy

·        Signs of corneal disease

·        Microbial keratitis

·        Keratoconus

·        Keratoplasty

The lacrimal apparatus

·        The tear films

·        Diseases of the lacrimal passage

·        Lacrimal drainage obstruction

·        Dry eye ( keratoconjunctivitis sicca KCS)

Refractive errors

·        Emmetropia

·        Hypermetropia

·        Astigmatism

·        Myopia

The orbit

·        Anatomy of the orbit

·        Clinical signs of orbital disease

·        Orbital inflammatory disease

·         Infections

·        Thyroid eye disease

Glaucoma

·        Anatomy of the angel of the anterior chamber

·        Physiology of aqueous production

·        Ocular hypertension

·        Glaucoma

·        The optic nerve

·        Normal tension glaucoma

·        Primary open angel glaucoma

·        Primary closed angel glaucoma

·        Secondary glaucoma

·        Congenital glaucoma

Strabismus 

·        Anatomy of the extraocular muscle

·        Sequent

·        Accommodative esotropia , management

·        Congenital infantile esotropia

·        Divergent squint ( Exotropia )

·        Incomitant squint ( paralytic squint )

·        Pseudosquint 

The lens

·        Anatomy of the lens

·        Cataract

·        Congenital cataract

·        Aphakia

·        Ectopia lentis

The retina

·        Anatomy of the retina

·        Retinal detachment

·        Diabetic retinopathy 

Trauma

·        Orbit fracture

·        Eyelid trauma

·        Blunt trauma

·        Penetrating trauma

·        Trauma to the globe

·        Intraocular foreign bodies

·        Enucleation ( excision of the eyeball)

·        Sympathetic ophthalmitis

·         Burns

Optic nerve

·        Applied anatomy

·        Optic nerve dysfunction

·        Optic neuritis

·        Optic atrophy

·        Sympathetic supply

·        Papilledema

·        Abnormal pupillary reaction

·        Near reflux

Laser in ophthalmology

·        Criteria of laser

·        Physics of laser

·        Laser parameters

·        Laser tissue interaction

·        Types of laser

·        Uses of laser

·        Hazards and complications of laser

Sixth YEAR

Sixth year

The stagers  are required to attend clinical training in the medical wards , clinic and emergency units in the training hospitals

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

PRACTICAL/ WARD

HOUR

Total credit

Medicine

 Medicine

      12 weeks      

 

     12

 

Details

The stager are required to attend the following :

·        General medicine : 10 weeks / year training in medical wards , consulting clinic and emergency room

·        Psychiatry and neuromedicine ward ,consulting clinic and emergency rooms :2 weeks /year

·        10 times discussion circles in average one circle per week

·        Each stager should present a seminar (presentation)about a specific medical subject

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

PRACTICAL/ WARD

HOUR

Total credit

Gynecology& obstetrics

 Gynecology & obstetrics

  10 weeks      

 

10

 

Details

Practical training   includes

·        The stager are required to attend 10 weeks practice in the gynecological and obstetrical wards, clinic and operation theater ,emergency wards.

·        10 discussions circles in average of one circle per week

·        Each stager should present a seminar(presentation) about a specific gynecological or obstetrical  subject

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

PRACTICAL/ WARD

HOUR

Total credit

Pediatric

 Pediatric

  10 weeks

 

10

 

Details

The stager should attend

·        8 weeks in pediatric and new born wards and clinic ,wards and emergency  room.

·        2 weeks in primary health care center

·        8 discussion circle in average of one circle per week

·        Each stager should present a seminar(presentation ,research) about a specific pediatric subject

    SUBJECT

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT

PRACTICAL/ WARD

HOUR

Total credit

Surgery

 Medicine

      12 weeks      

 

     12

 

Details

The stager should attend

·        The practice is in general surgical wards ,clinic ,emergency room and surgical operation room

·        6 weeks ( including 1 week pediatric surgery )

·        2 weeks urology

·        2 weeks orthopedic and fracture

·        1 week neurosurgery

·        1 week radiology

·        Each stager should present a seminar (presentation)  about a specific general surgical  subject

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