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This course covers in detail the general constitution of the human body. Starting from anatomical terminology to the types of various tissues and their examples. 

Anti microbial agents are the greatest contribution to the therapeutics. They are one of the important classes of drugs which can cure the disease, not just for palliation alone. These drug classes differ from all others as they are designed to inhibit/ kill the infective organism with no/minimal effect on the recipient.



Classification of immunity

Development of immunity

Cell mediated immunity - mechanism

Humoral immunity- mechanism

•Name the plasma proteins, give their normal values
•List the functions of plasma proteins
•Give the uses of fresh frozen plasma

students should be able to describe why dehydration is common in infants and newborns than adults

Composition and function of blood

RBC structure and function

Integrated teaching on cell structure, Functions & applied aspects.

Functions of different cell organelles is covered 

cytoskeleton & Intercellular junctions 

Frostbite is the actual freezing of tissues.

Definition,methods, criteria,types of screening tests are discussed

CBME - Forensic Medicine Curriculum 


Immunology is a broad branch of biomedical science that covers the study of all aspects of the immune system in all living organisms. It deals with the physiological functioning of the immune system in states of both health and disease.

General microbiology is the study of  living microorganisms that are too small to be visible with naked eye, those being unicellular or multicellular


Deals with various infective syndromes of CNS and  their mode  of transmission.
▰Types and etiological  agents of meningitis.
▰Encephalitis, encephalopathy, space occupying lesions of CNS and shunts.

common genetic diseases in childhood