ANATOMY: TOPICWISE MARKS IN RGUHS EXAMS

THEORY
WRITTEN EXAM:
Topicwise weightage of marks in University Written Exam:
Paper I:
1. Head & Neck: 30 Marks
2. Brain, Spinal cord: 10 Marks
3. Upper Limb: 20 Marks
4. Thorax including diaphragm: 20 marks.
5. General Anatomy. General Embryology, General Histology: 20 marks
Total: 100 marks

Paper II:
1. Abdomen: 30 marks
2. Pelvis & Perineum: 20 marks
3. Lower limb: 20 marks
4. Systemic Histology: 10 marks
5. Genetics: 10 marks
6. Systemic Embryology: 10 marks
Total 100 marks

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Topicwise distribution of questions:
Paper I:
Long essays: (2* 10marks= 20 marks)
1. Head & Neck
2. Brain, Spinal cord
3. Upper Limb
4. Thorax including diaphragm
5. Relevant systemic embryology

Short Essays: (10* 5marks= 50 marks)
1. Head & Neck
2. Brain, Spinal cord
3. Upper Limb
4. Thorax including diaphragm
5. General Embryology & Histology
6. Relevant systemic embryology & histology.

Short Answers: (10* 3marks)
1.General Anatomy. General Embryology, General Histology
2.Head & Neck
3. Brain, Spinal cord
4. Upper Limb
5. Thorax including diaphragm
6. Relevant systemic embryology & histology.

Paper II:
Long Essays:(2* 10marks= 20 marks)
1. Gross anatomy of:
a. Abdomen
b. Pelvis & Perineum
c. Lower limbs
2. Relevant systemic embryology

Short Essays: (10* 5marks= 50 marks)
1. Gross anatomy of:
a. Abdomen
b. Pelvis & Perineum
c. Lower limbs
2. Relevant systemic embryology & histology
3. Genetics

Short Answers: (10* 3marks)
1. Relevant systemic embryology & histology
2. Genetics
3. Gross anatomy of:
a. Abdomen
b. Pelvis & Perineum
c. Lower limbs

VIVA-VOCE:
1. Embryology(with models): 10 marks.
2. Radiological anatomy including ultrasound, C.T & MRI: 10 marks.
3. Osteology & soft parts: Thoracic diaphragm & above
(Head & Neck, Brain & Spinal cord, Thorax including diaphragm & Upper limbs): 10 marks
4. Osteology & soft parts:Below Thoracic diaphragm
(Abdomen, Pelvis & Lower limb) : 10 marks
Total: 40 marks(RS2)

PRACTICAL

Gross Anatomy:
a. Spotters
(Identification of structures in given specimen.5 specimens to be kept, out of which 1 shall be a C/S) 5* 2marks=10 marks.
b. Discussion of 2 dissected specimens:
1. Diaphragm & structures above it: 15 marks
2. Structures below diaphragm: 15 marks
c. Surface anatomy: 10 marks.
Total Gross Anatomy: 50 marks.

Histology:
a. Spotters
(Identification of 9 slides & Interpretation of 1 chart on genetics) 10* 1mark=10 marks
b. Discussion on 2 given slides:
1. General Histology: 10 marks
2. Systemic histology: 10 marks
Total Histology: 30 marks

Total PRACTICALS= 80 Marks.

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