Etiology, clinical features, diagnosis and principles of management (including prevention) of :
— Rheumatic, ischaemic and congenital heart diseases hypertension.
— Acute and chronic respiratory infections, bronchial asthma.
— Matabsorption syndromes acid peptic diseases.
— Viral hepatitis, cirrhosis of liver.
— Acute glomerulonephritis; chronic pyelonephritis, renal failure
— Diabetes mellitus
— Anaemias, coagulation disorders; leukaemias
— Meningitis, encephalitis, cerebrovascular diseases.
— Common psychiatric disorders; schizophrenia.
Clinical features, causes, diagnosis and principles of management of :—
— Cervical lymph - node enlargement, perotid tumour, oral cancer, cleft palate, hair lip.
— Peripheral arterial diseases, varicose veins, filariasis; pulmonary embolism.
— Dysfunctions of thyroid, parathyroids and adrenals, pituaitary tumours
— Abscess of breast, cancer breast.
— Acute and chronic appendicitis, bleeding peptic ulcer, TB of GIT, intestinal obstruction, uncerative, collitis.
— Renal mass, acute retention of urine, benign prostatic hypertrophy.
— Splenomegaly, chronic cholecystitis, portal hypertension, liver abscesss, peritonitis, carcinoma head of pancreas.
— Direct and indirect inguinal hernias and their complications.
— Fractures of femur and spine.
Obsterics and gynaecology including family planning.
Diagnosis of pregnancy, sceening of high risk pregnancy, Fetoplacental development.
Labout management; complications of 3rd stage.
Postpartum haemorrhage. Resusciatation of the newborn.
Diagnosis and management of anaemia and prgnancy induced hypertension.
Principles of the following contraceptive methods.
Intra-uterine devices, pills tubectomy and vasectomy.
Medical terminaton of pregnancy including legal aspects.
Etiology, clinical features, diagnosis and principles of management of
— Cancer cervix.
— Leucorrhoea, pelvic pain, intertility, abnormal, uterine bleeding, amenorrhoea.
Preventive and Social Medicine
Correct of causation of disease and control of disease in the community, principles & methods of epidemiology.
Health hazards due to environmental pollution and industrialisation.
Normal nutrition and nutritional deficiency diseases and disorders in India.
Population trends (world and India)
Growth of population and its effect on health and development.
Objectives components and critical analysis of each of the National programmes for the control/eradication of :
Malaria, filaria, kala azar, leprosy, tuberculosis, cancer, blindness, iodine dificicne, AIDS & STD and guinea worm.
Ojbectives components, critical analysis of each of the following national health and Family Welfare programmes :-
— Maternal and Child health — Nutrition
— Family welfare — Immunisation.