IV. Immunopatology:
[1] Immune system: General concepts
[2] Hypersensitivity: Types and examples; mediators namely-antibody and cell mediated tissue injury with examples.
[7] Primary immunodeficiency.
[3] Secondary immunodeficiency including HIV infection.
[4] Autoimmune disorders: Basic concepts and classification, SLE.
[5] AIDS- Aetiology, Modes of transmission, Diagnostic procedures, handling of infected material and health education.
[6] Autoimmune diseases: Organ specific and non-organ specific such as polyarteritis nodosa, Hashimoto’s disease, Sjogren’s syndrome, Polymyositis-Dermatomyositis, Scleroderma.
[8] Organ transplantation: Immunologic aspects, basis of rejection and graft versus host reaction.

III. Cell Injury :
[6] Extra Cellular accumulations: Amyloidosis-Classification, Pathogenesis, Pathology including special stains.

Short Essays:
1. Pathogenesis of acquired-Immuno deficiency syndrome[AIDS].
[RS Sept 02, P1]
2. Type I hypersensitivity reaction. [RS Mar 05, P1]
3. Delayed type hypersensitivity reaction. [RS Dec 04, P1]
4. Etiology and pathogenesis of systemic lupus erythematosus. [RS Mar 06, P1]
5. Scleroderma. [RS May 00, P1]
6. Graft versus host reaction. [RS May 00, P1]
7. Physical and chemical nature of amyloid and the special stains for amyloid.
[RS Nov 00, P1]
8. Special stains to confirm amyloid. [RS Mar 05, P1]
9. Sago spleen. [RS Dec 04, P1]

1. Enumerate the opportunistic infections in AIDS. [RS Mar 05, P1]
2. List the opportunistic infections associated with AIDS. [RS Mar 03, P1]
3. Name the fungal infections in AIDS. [OS Sept 02]
4. 4 common neoplasms found in patients with HIV infection. [RS Mar 06, P1]
5. What is L.E cell? Describe it. [OS Apr 02]
6. Antibodies in SLE. [RS Dec 04, P1]
7. Amyloidosis of aging. [OS May 00]
8. Precursors proteins of amyloid. [RS Dec 04, P1]
9. Special stains for amyloid and the result. [RS Sept 02, P1]
10. Special stains for amyloid and its results. [RS Oct 03, P1]
11. Sago spleen. [RS Mar 03, P1]

Clinical Haematology:
[2] Theoretical aspects of: d) L.E. cell.

1. What is L.E cell? Describe it. [OS Apr 02]


1 Comment

  1. pk said,

    6, July , 2011 at 8:33 am


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