Curriculum | Bachelor of Physiotherapy | ANATOMY

BACHELOR OF PHYSIOTHERAPY- I YEAR
PAPER CODE-0305101

ANATOMY  

TEACHING HOURS: 300
THEORY- 160
PRACTICAL-140
THEORY: 80 MARKS

S NO. TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES(At the end of the course the student shall be able to) Teaching Guidelines Methodology TIME
I General Anatomy,Anatomical terminology, Cell and tissues Describe basic terminology of the anatomy , study the structure and function of cell and tissues   Different subdivisions and sections of anatomy.
To cover the anatomical terms & planes as a whole.
Didactic/SIS,
Tutorial
15
II Circulatory system
  1. Anatomical position, location, surfaces and borders, interior of all chambers,  blood supply of heart, applied aspect
  2. Arteries : Muscular, Elastic; Arterioles; Capillaries : Sinusoids, Veins – Anastomosis : End arterial; Vasa vasorum, nerve supply.

 

To cover gross anatomy of vessels.
Gross anatomy of the heart.
Didactic ,SIS,
Tutorial
10
III Lymphatic
system
Brief description of the lymphatic system Lymph vessels, Central lymphoid tissue, Peripheral lymphoid organs, Circulating lymphocytes -T and B lymphocytes To cover general anatomy of Lymphatic organs, vessels, circulation. Didactic , SIS,
Tutorial
5
IV Introduction to upper limb
  1. Osteology of the upper limb.
  2. Anatomy of Origin, Insertion, Nerve supply  and Action of the muscles of the Pectoral region,back, scapular region and upper limb.
  3. Course;branches, distribution; and applied anatomy of the nerves of the upper limb.
  4. Anatomy of the joints of the Shoulder, elbow,Radio-ulnar,wrist and Carpometacarpal joint.
  5. Bursa , ligaments
  1. To cover demonstrations of all bones of upper limb.
  2. To cover gross anatomy  of pectoral region,axilla and mammary gland.
  3. Details of median, ulnar and radial nerves
Didactic , SIS,
Tutorial
25
V INTRODUCTION TO LOWER LIMB
  1. Osteology of the lower limb.
  2. Anatomy of Origin, Insertion, Nerve supply  and Action of the muscles of the lower limb
  3. General Anatomy of the Nerves and vessels of the Lower limb.
  4. General Anatomy of the Popliteal fossa and femoral triangle.
  5. General Anatomy of the arches of the foot.
  6. Venous and lymphatic drainage of the lower limbs.
  7. Joints of lower limb,Bursa, ligaments
  1. To cover demonstrations of all bones of the lower limb.
  2. To cover anatomy of the lower limb joints with their applied anatomy .
  3. To cover venous and lymphatic drainage of the lower limbs

 

Didactic , SIS,
Tutorial
25
VI THORAX
  1. Osteology of the Thorax.
  2. Anatomical position, location, surfaces and borders, interior of all chambers,  blood supply of heart, applied aspect.
  3. Gross description including lobes, fissures and broncho pulmonary segments.
  1. Anatomy of thoracic wall with its applied anatomy
  2. Gross anatomy of pericardium, heart with applied anatomy.
  3. Gross anatomy of the lungs.
Didactic , SIS,
Tutorial
15
VII RESPIRATORY SYSTEM Comprehend the functional anatomy of the parts of the respiratory system To cover Structure, parts and  functions of its components, Broncho-pulmonary segments and borders and surfaces of the lungs Didactic , SIS,
Tutorial
15
VIII GENITO-URINARY SYSTEM Brief outline of the anatomy of the male and female genitalia and excretory system To cover Anatomy of the parts of the male and female reproductive system.
Kidneys-structure, function ,nerve supply and blood supply To cover Anatomy of the parts of the male and female reproductive system.
Kidneys-structure, function ,nerve supply and blood supply
Didactic , SIS,
Tutorial
10
IX NEUROANATOMY Explain the Classification of nervous system  ,  structure of spinal nerve,
Cell in the nervous system.
To cover Its classification, structure, function and subdivisions.
Gross anatomy of spinal cord with applied anatomy
Didactic , SIS,
Tutorial
20
X Abdomen, Perineum and Pelvis.
  1. Brief outline of the anatomy of the stomach, small intestime and large intestine.
  2. Osteology of the abdomen and pelvis.
  3. Anatomy of the abdominal muscles.
  4. Gross anatomy of the abdomen.
  5. Brief anatomy of the Inguinal region.
  1. To cover Bones, muscles, blood supply, nerve supply, attachments and applied anatomy of the abdomen and pelvis region.
  2. Gross anatomy of ovaries, fallopian tubes and uterus.
  3. ductus deferens, seminal vesicles and testis.
  4. Gross anatomy of urinary bladder ,urethra, prostate with applied anatomy

 

Didactic , SIS,
Tutorial
10
XII Head and Neck
  1. Brief outline of the Osteology of the Head and Neck.
  2. Brief anatomy of the Anterior and Posterior triangle of the Neck.
  3. Gross anatomy of larynx,pharynx Temporomandibular joint with their  applied anatomy.
  4. Brief anatomy of the facial muscles.
  1. Demonstration of skull as whole and bones forming the skull, mandible , cervical vertebrae
  2. To cover Bones, muscles, blood supply, nerve supply, attachments and applied anatomy.
  3. To learn about facial muscles.
Didactic , SIS,
Tutorial
10
X Trunk- thorax and abdomen Brief outline of the anatomy of the trunk thorax and abdomen To cover Bones, muscles, ligaments,blood supply, nerve supply, attachments and applied anatomy,
of thoracic and lumbar spine , anatomy of sacroiliac joint, thoraco lumbar fascia
Didactic , SIS,
Tutorial
15
XII Cranial Nerves Brief outline of the anatomy and  applied anatomy of the cranial nerves To cover Basic anatomy of the structures involved with their functions. Didactic , SIS,
Tutorial
5

 

PRACTICAL              TEACHING HRS-140
1. Identification and description of all anatomical structures.
2. The learning of Anatomy is by demonstration only through dissected parts, slides, models, charts, etc.
3. Demonstration of dissected parts (upper extremity, lower extremity, thoracic & abdominal viscera, face and brain).
4. Demonstration of skeleton- articulated and disarticulated.
5. During the training more emphasis will be given on the study of bones, muscles, joints, nerve supply of the limbs and arteries of limbs.
6. Surface anatomy: -surface land mark-bony, muscular and ligamentous. -surface anatomy of major nerves, arteries of the limbs.
7. Points of palpation of nerves and arteries.

Reference Books:-

  1. B D Chaurasia’s Human Anatomy.
  2. Inderbir Singh- Textbook of Anatomy.
  3. Textbook of Anatomy with color Atlas-Inderbir Singh.
  4. Richard S. Snell- Clinical Anatomy.