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Year and

Serial No: Question


Month of exam

1 2013-May Describe the Extraocular muscles.


2 2013-May Describe the Urinary bladder
3 2013-May Typical intercostal nerves
4 2013-May Arterial supply of the thyroid gland
5 2013-May History of anatomical illustrations
6 2013-May Radial nerve in the radial groove
7 2013-May Profunda femoris artery
8 2013-May The mesentery of the small intestine

9 2013-May Describe the septation of the heart and its anomalies


10 2013-May Describe fertilization and the events leading to implantation
11 2013-May Comparative anatomy of the hand
12 2013-May Anthropometric instuments
13 2013-May Confenital (aganglionic) megacolon
14 2013-May Urogenital sinus
15 2013-May Development of the Thyroid gland
16 2013-May Development of the liver

17 2013-May Describe the microscopic structure of the skeletal muscle


18 2013-May Describe the structure and classification of chromosomes
19 2013-May Tissue preservation fluids
20 2013-May Microscopic structure of the bone
21 2013-May Microscopic structure of the ovary
22 2013-May Microtomes
23 2013-May Storage of anatomy museum specimens
24 2013-May Non-dysjunction

25 2013-May Describe the nuclei, connections and functions of hypothalamus


26 2013-May Describe the basal ganglia
27 2013-May Striate cortex
28 2013-May Cross sectional anatomy at L3 vertebra
29 2013-May Neuroglia
30 2013-May Development of uveal tract
31 2013-May Third nerve nuclei
32 2013-May Circle of Willis

Describe the anatomy of the respiratory diaphragm and discuss it's


33 2012-May
movements
34 2012-May Describe the anatomy of the uterus with special reference to it's supports
35 2012-May Vinculae tendinae
36 2012-May Rectus sheath
37 2012-May Nerve supply of tongue
38 2012-May Arterial supply of heart
39 2012-May Ligaments of shoulder joint
40 2012-May Interior of anal canal

Describe the development of Aortic Arches.Add a noted on anomalous


41 2012-May
vessels on it
42 2012-May Discuss the development of Kidney. Describe it's evolution briefly
43 2012-May Spina bifida
44 2012-May Ectopia vesicae
45 2012-May Monozygomatic twins
46 2012-May Development of tongue
47 2012-May Evolution of shoulder joint
48 2012-May Age changes in mandible

49 2012-May Describe the detail microscopic and ultramicroscopic anatomy of liver


50 2012-May Describe the merits and demerits of different types of embalming
51 2012-May Autosomal recessive inheritance
52 2012-May Barr body
53 2012-May Mitochondria
54 2012-May Mitosis
55 2012-May Cilia
56 2012-May Microscopic anatomy of optic nerve

57 2012-May Describe the structure of pons at the level of facial colliculus


58 2012-May Describe the blood supply of ceebral hemispheres and it's applied aspects
59 2012-May Palmar incisions
60 2012-May Latest imaging techniques
61 2012-May Cross section of thorax at the level of T3- T4
62 2012-May Mamillary body
63 2012-May Corpus callosum
64 2012-May Insula

65 2012-Nov Describe the Uterus


66 2012-Nov Describe the interior of heart
67 2012-Nov Blood supply of growing bone
68 2012-Nov Otic ganglia
69 2012-Nov Dural folds
70 2012-Nov Supination
71 2012-Nov Classification of Cartilage
72 2012-Nov Inguinal canal

73 2012-Nov Discuss the development of organs associated with mesonephros and it's ducts
74 2012-Nov Discuss the anthropological measurements of skull
75 2012-Nov Derivatives of Ectoderm
76 2012-Nov Stem cells
77 2012-Nov Development of palate
78 2012-Nov Physiological hernia and it's clinical importance
79 2012-Nov Development of tooth
80 2012-Nov Development of anal canal and correlate the nerve supply

81 2012-Nov Compare the microscopic structure of lymphoid organs


82 2012-Nov Describe the steps used in Haematoxylin and Eosin staining
83 2012-Nov Gene therapy
84 2012-Nov Histology of spinal ganglion
85 2012-Nov Down's syndrome
86 2012-Nov Types of microscope
87 2012-Nov Microscopic structure of Gall bladder
88 2012-Nov Museum jar preparations

Describe the oculomotor nerve under the following headings. (a) Nuclei and
89 2012-Nov
functional components (b) Distribution and (c) Applied aspects
Describe the gross and applied anatomy of (a) the rectum and (b) Anal canal
90 2012-Nov
in detail
91 2012-Nov Connections of the cerebellum
92 2012-Nov Insula
93 2012-Nov Mediastinal shadow and it's clinical importance
Draw a transverse section of the abdomen at the level of the first lumbar
94 2012-Nov
vertebra
95 2012-Nov Magnetic Resonance imaging
96 2012-Nov Discuss recent trends in the teaching of anatomy

97 2012-Nov Describe the anatomy of the larynx. Discuss the mechanism of speech.
98 2012-Nov Describe the palmar spaces and it's applied anatomy
99 2012-Nov Metaphysis
100 2012-Nov Ischio-rectal fossa
101 2012-Nov Difference between male and female bony pelvis
102 2012-Nov Pleural recess
103 2012-Nov Carrying angle
104 2012-Nov Maxillary air sinus

105 2012-Nov Describe the development and anomalies of face


106 2012-Nov Describe in detail evolution of the heart
107 2012-Nov Somites
108 2012-Nov Neural crest cells
109 2012-Nov Pilt down man
110 2012-Nov Development of vertebra
111 2012-Nov Rotation of gut
112 2012-Nov Embryoblast

113 2012-Nov Describe the microscopic structure of the Liver


114 2012-Nov Describe the various sages involved in the preservation of cadavers
115 2012-Nov Microscopic structure of the hyaline cartilage
116 2012-Nov Special staining techniques used to study the structure of pituitary gland
117 2012-Nov Compound microscope
118 2012-Nov Histological structure of the nail
119 2012-Nov Barr body
120 2012-Nov Preparing cross sections for museum display

121 2012-Nov Name the nuclei of thalamus. Give their connections and functions

122 2012-Nov Describe the parts, relations and applied aspects of lateral ventricles
123 2012-Nov CT scan
124 2012-Nov Horizontal section of brain at the level of interventricular foramen
125 2012-Nov Grid iron incision for appendicectomy
126 2012-Nov Trendelenberg test for varicose veins
127 2012-Nov Lateral lemniscus
128 2012-Nov Motor areas of the cerebrum

Describe the gross anatomy of the breast. Discuss it's lymphatic drainage and
129 2011-May
correlated surgical anatomy
130 2011-May Describe the blood supply of the heart, and it's surgical anatomy
131 2011-May Sesamoid bones
132 2011-May Anal canal
133 2011-May Blood supply of the supra renal glands
134 2011-May Coracobrachialis
135 2011-May Plantar arch
136 2011-May Round ligament of uterus

Describe the development of urinary bladder and discuss it's anomalies. Add a
137 2011-May
note on urachus.
138 2011-May Describe bipedal gait and discuss it's evolution
139 2011-May Development of the upper lip and it's anomalies
140 2011-May Placental barrier
141 2011-May Neural crest cells and their derivatives
42 2011-May Endodermal pouches
143 2011-May Septum transversum
144 2011-May Spermatogenesis

145 2011-May Describe Meiosis; add a note on Turner's syndrome


Describe the microscopic structure of adrenal gland. What is
146 2011-May
pheochromocytoma
147 2011-May Klinefelter's syndrome
148 2011-May Trisomy 18
149 2011-May Histology of the fallopian tube
150 2011-May Types ofclearing agents
151 2011-May Endochondral ossification
152 2011-May Types of microscopes

153 2011-May Classify white fibres and discuss internal capsule in detail
154 2011-May Describe the basal ganglia in detail
155 2011-May Haemorrhoids and it's anatomical significance
156 2011-May Facial colliculus
157 2011-May Pyelogram
Draw a labeled diagram of the cross sectional anatomy of the thorax at the
158 2011-May
level of the fourth thoracic vertebra
159 2011-May Inguinal hernia
160 2011-May Ultrasound

Describe the middle ear in detail under these headings


161 2011-Nov
a) Boundaries and relations (b) Contents and (c) Applied aspects
Describe the kidney under the headings of
a) External features and coverings (b) Internal features (c) Blood supply and
162 2011-Nov
(d) Applied
anatomy
163 2011-Nov Gross anatomy of the testis
164 2011-Nov Discuss anatomical and functional barriers in the body
165 2011-Nov Intrinsic muscles of the larynx
166 2011-Nov Arches of the foot
167 2011-Nov Blood supply to the thoracic wall
168 2011-Nov History of cadaveric dissections

Describe the anatomical features in the lower limb associated with the
169 2011-Nov evolution of the human
bipedal gait

170 2011-Nov Describe the development of the hindgut and associated congenital anomalies
171 2011-Nov Fetal circulation
172 2011-Nov Congenital anomalies of the heart
173 2011-Nov Teratogens and teratogenesis
174 2011-Nov Classification of race according to skin and its appendages
175 2011-Nov Development of the duodenum
176 2011-Nov Developmental anomalies of the female reproductive system

177 2011-Nov Describe the histology of the digestive tract in detail


Describe the various chemicals and fluids used in embalming and their
178 2011-Nov
advantages and disadvantages
179 2011-Nov Electron microscopy
Draw a well – labelled diagram of the organ of corti with a note on its applied
180 2011-Nov
anatomy
181 2011-Nov Mounting of a specimen in the museum
182 2011-Nov Classify chromosomal disorders with examples
183 2011-Nov Double – embedding
184 2011-Nov Antenatal screening for genetic disorders

Describe the various functional areas of the cerebral cortex in detail and their
185 2011-Nov
applied anatomy
Describe the fascial spaces in the hand in detail along with their surgical
186 2011-Nov
importance
187 2011-Nov Basal ganglia
Draw a neat well-labelled diagram of the midbrain at the levels of (a) Superior
188 2011-Nov colliculi and
(b) Inferior colliculi
189 2011-Nov Surgical and applied anatomy of the prostate
Draw a neat well – labelled diagram of the transverse section of the neck at
190 2011-Nov the level of sixth
cervical vertebra
Discuss the relative advantages and disadvantages of various recent / newer
191 2011-Nov imaging
techniques
192 2011-Nov Living anatomy

193 2010-May Describe the gross anatomy of the rectum and anal canal

194 2010-May Classify joints. Describe the shoulder joint in detail


195 2010-May Femoral sheath
196 2010-May Auditory tube
197 2010-May Cervical rib
198 2010-May History of purposeful dissection of human body
199 2010-May Ansa cervicalis
200 2010-May Dangerous area of face and scalp

201 2010-May Describe the foetal circulation. Discuss the changes that occur at birth

202 2010-May Describe the rotation of the mid gut loop along with congenital malformations
203 2010-May Fossil evidences in modern man
304 2010-May Mesonephros
305 2010-May Development of spinal cord
206 2010-May Phylogeny of the heart
207 2010-May Pelvimetry
208 2010-May Occipital somites

209 2010-May Give an account of karyotyping of human chromosomes


Discuss the microscopic structure of gastric mucosa with special reference to
210 2010-May
ultra structure of oxyntic cells
211 2010-May Plasma cell
212 2010-May Haversian lamellae
213 2010-May Turners syndrome
214 2010-May Anaphase lag
215 2010-May Method of decalcification
216 2010-May Barr body

Classify the white matter of the cerebrum. Describe parts, relations, arterial
217 2010-May
supply, fibre components and applied aspects of internal capsule
What are Archi, Paleo and Neocerebellum. Give connections of cerebellum.
218 2010-May
Add a note on blood supply.
219 2010-May Medial lemniscus
220 2010-May Subarachnoid Cisterns
221 2010-May Circle of willis
222 2010-May Speech areas of the brain
223 2010-May C T Scan
224 2010-May Hippocampus

Describe the features, blood supply and nerve supply of lateral wall of the
225 2010-Oct
nasal cavity
226 2010-Oct Describe the deep fascias of the neck
227 2010-Oct Periosteum
228 2010-Oct Anatomical terms of position, terms of movements
229 2010-Oct Lumbricals of hand
230 2010-Oct Superficial peroneal nerve
231 2010-Oct Peritoneal recesses
232 2010-Oct Root of the right lung

Describe the development, fate and anomalies of endodermal pouches of


233 2010-Oct
pharyngeal arches
234 2010-Oct Describe the evolution of kidneys
235 2010-Oct Craniometry
236 2010-Oct Fertilization
237 2010-Oct Sinus venosus
238 2010-Oct Developments of anal canal
239 2010-Oct Chorion
240 2010-Oct Twinning

Describe the indications, methodology of prenatal diagnosis of genetic


241 2010-Oct
disorders
242 2010-Oct Describe the microscopic anatomy of lymphoid organs
243 2010-Oct Stratified Epithelium
244 2010-Oct Fixatives
245 2010-Oct Embalming an AIDS body
246 2010-Oct Golgi apparatus
247 2010-Oct Cells of connective tissue
248 2010-Oct Meiosis

249 2010-Oct Describe the ventricles of the brain


250 2010-Oct Discuss about the cranial nerve nuclei in hind brain
251 2010-Oct Anatomical basis of haemoptysis
252 2010-Oct Substantia niagra
253 2010-Oct Hysterosalpingography
Draw a labeled diagram of the cross sectional anatomy of the upper limb at
254 2010-Oct
the middle of the arm
255 2010-Oct Applied anatomy of the shoulder joint
256 2010-Oct Contrast X – Rays

Describe the intrinsic muscles of larynx under the heading of attachments,


257 2009-May
nerve supply, action and applied importance
258 2009-May Give the formation of rectus sheath, its connections and applied aspects
259 2009-May Secondary osteon
260 2009-May Lesser sac
261 2009-May Para aortic bodies
262 2009-May Galen
263 2009-May Lymphatic drainage of breast
264 2009-May Dermatome

265 2009-May Discuss the evolution of kidney in the vertebrates


266 2009-May Discuss the development of face with different congenital anomalies
267 2009-May Notochordal Canal
268 2009-May Placental barrier
269 2009-May Rathke's pouch
270 2009-May Classification of race on the basis of type of hair
271 2009-May Determination of age from humerus
272 2009-May Evolution of tongue in the vertebrates

Name the parts of a Nephron. Describe the light and ultra microscopic
273 2009-May
features and correlate with its functions
274 2009-May Describe the microscopic features of stomach and their significance
275 2009-May Clearing agents
276 2009-May Karyotype
277 2009-May Mutation
278 2009-May Stains for neuron and nerve fibres
279 2009-May Microscopic anatomy of small intestine
280 2009-May Microtomes and their uses

281 2009-May Classify thalamic nuclei, connections and functions


Describe the cerebellum and it's functions. What is cerebellar intention
282 2009-May
tremor?
283 2009-May Porto - systemic anastomosis and clinical importance
284 2009-May Medulla at motor and sensory decussation
285 2009-May IV ventricle
286 2009-May Basal ganglia
287 2009-May Magnetic resonance imaging(MRI) and its usefulness in learning anatomy
288 2009-May Cross sectional anatomy at the level of L1 vertebra (labeled diagram only)

289 2009-October Give a detailed account of the ovary


290 2009-October Give an account of Peritoneal recesses
291 2009-October Epiphysis
292 2009-October Hippocratus
293 2009-October Modiolus
294 2009-October Coraco brachialis
295 2009-October Ligament
296 2009-October Emissary veins

297 2009-October Describe the rotation of mid gut and discuss the anomalies of rotation
Describe the development of kidney and discuss adult poly cystic renal
298 2009-October
disease and infantile cystic renal disease
299 2009-October Branchial apparatus
300 2009-October Inrer atrial septal defects
301 2009-October Ecto dermal placodes
302 2009-October Somites
303 2009-October Differentiation of retina
304 2009-October Cranial index

305 2009-October Describe the micro-anatomy of ovary. Add a note on it's age changes
Describe in detail the procedure you will follow for procuring a tissue from a
306 2009-October
cadaver upto the preparation of a histological slide
307 2009-October Write short notes on Philadelphia chromosome
308 2009-October Describe the micro-anatomy of kidney
309 2009-October Define and classify connective tissue
310 2009-October Write short notes on karyotyping
311 2009-October Write short notes on Dermatoglyphics
312 2009-October Describe the microanatomy of tongue

Describe the parts, connections and functions of extra pyramidal system.


313 2009-October What are the presenting symptoms due to lesions in the various parts of the
extra-pyramidal system
Name the parts, arterial supply, structure and functional areas of the cerebral
314 2009-October
hemisphere
315 2009-October Persistant vitello - intestinal duct
List the clinical features and their anatomical basis of a)Complete transaction
316 2009-October
of spinal cord caudal to the arm level b) Brown - Sequard syndrome
317 2009-October Computed tomography and it's usefulness in learning anatomy
318 2009-October Visual pathway and the defects produced in lesions in it's pathway
319 2009-October Inguinal canal and its applied anatomy
320 2009-October Cross sectional anatomy at the level of C2 vertebra (labeled diagram only)

Describe in detail Boundaries and contents of “Inguinal Canal”. Add a note on


321 2008-April
its surgical importance
Describe in detail the situation, relations (formation) tributaries and
322 2008-April communications of “Cavernous Sinus”. Add a trice of note on its clinical
significance
323 2008-April Anastamoses around Scapula
324 2008-April Boundaries of superior mediastinum
325 2008-April Intra capsular ligaments of knee joint
326 2008-April Innervation of parotid gland
327 2008-April Movements of vocal cords
328 2008-April Ossification of long bones

329 2008-April Give a detailed account of the endodermal derivatives of pharyngeal arches
330 2008-April Describe in detail the development of the testis and its congenital anomalies
331 2008-April Cleft palate
332 2008-April Slide calipers
333 2008-April Placental barriers in mammals
334 2008-April Peculiarities of foetal circulation
335 2008-April Development of urinary bladder
336 2008-April Lateral line organs

Describe the light and ultra microscopic features of the respiratory system and
337 2008-April discuss their functional importance

338 2008-April Describe the microscopic features of Lyphoid organs and their role
339 2008-April A P U D cells
340 2008-April Ossification
341 2008-April Chromosomes
342 2008-April Fixatives
343 2008-April Connective tissue and a stain for demonstration of each of its components
344 2008-April Microscopic features of testis

345 2008-April Give a detailed account of medulla oblongata with its applied aspects
346 2008-April Discuss in detail the surgical anatomy of anal canal
347 2008-April Cervical Rib
348 2008-April Caudate nucleus
349 2008-April Hepato renal pouch
350 2008-April Medial longitudinal bundle
351 2008-April C T Scan
352 2008-April Labeled diagram of the cross sectional cord at the mid thoracic junction

353 2008-October Describe the peritoneal reflection and discuss the sub phrenic spaces

354 2008-October Describe the muscles of larynx and discuss the movement s of vocal cords
355 2008-October Blood supply of the long bones
356 2008-October Sub talar joints
357 2008-October Portal circulation
358 2008-October Lymphatic drainage of mammary gland
359 2008-October Porstatic venous plexus
360 2008-October De febrica corporis humani

361 2008-October Describe the formation and fate of Aortic Arches


Describe the development of male Urethra and discuss the congenital
362 2008-October
anomalies
363 2008-October Capacitation
364 2008-October Development of upper lip
365 2008-October Septum transversum
366 2008-October Ultimo branchial body
367 2008-October Neural crest derived mesenchyme
368 2008-October Facial angle

Describe the histology of the different parts of the respiratory tract. Discuss
369 2008-October
how the structure is related to its functions
370 2008-October Describe the histology of the pituitary gland
371 2008-October Turner's syndrome
372 2008-October Junctional complexes
373 2008-October Genetic counselling
374 2008-October Methods of preserving of cadavers
375 2008-October Histology of palatine tonsil
376 2008-October Chorionic villi biopsy

Discuss the formation, circulation, biochemistry and clinical significance of


Discuss the formation, circulation, biochemistry and clinical significance of
377 2008-October
cerebrospinal fluid
Give an account of nerve pathways involved in conduction of somatic pain.
378 2008-October
Discuss its clinical significance
379 2008-October Ascending and descending pyelography

380 2008-October Thyroid scanning


381 2008-October Claw hand
382 2008-October Lateral geniculate body
383 2008-October Middle crebellar peduncle
384 2008-October Lateral and medial medullary syndrome

Describe the knee joint and discuss the role of the ligaments of the knee joint.
385 2007-April
Add a note on the recent advances in the visualization of the Knee joint
Name the parts, its borders, surfaces and peritoneal reflections,
386 2007-April
relations, blood supply of the pancreas
387 2007-April Bursal spaces in the hand
388 2007-April Conducting system of the heart
389 2007-April Dural venous Sinuses
390 2007-April Joints of the body
391 2007-April Vesalius
292 2007-April Mesentery

Describe the formation of face and palate. What are the results of improper
293 2007-April union of the various
processes?

Discuss the formation and fate of aortic arches. Explain the embryological
394 2007-April
basis, when recurrent laryngeal nerve on the right side is not recurrent.
395 2007-April Mal formations of the esophagus and trachea
396 2007-April Mesonephric duct
397 2007-April Methods of dating
398 2007-April Development of human eye
399 2007-April Amnion
400 2007-April Evolution of cloaca

Describe in detail the histological structure of alimentary canal.


401 2007-April
Correlate the structure with the functions
402 2007-April Ultra microscopic anatomy of pituitary gland.
403 2007-April Micro anatomy of supra renal gland
404 2007-April Population genetics
405 2007-April Embalming of the post mortem body
406 2007-April Histology of testis
407 2007-April Organ of Cortii
408 2007-April J G complex

409 2007-April Describe in detail about “Lateral ventricle”.


410 2007-April Describe in detail about “Reticular formation of brain stem”.
411 2007-April Red nucleus
412 2007-April Telachoroidia
413 2007-April Anatomical basis of C.T scan procedure and pictures
414 2007-April Epithalamus
415 2007-April Striate cortex
416 2007-April Nuclei of Cerebellum

Describe the formation, course, relations and distribution of radial nerve.


417 2007-September
Explain the anatomical basis of wrist drop.
418 2007-SeptemberDescribe the parotid salivary gland
419 2007-SeptemberAzygos vein
420 2007-SeptemberBone
421 2007-SeptemberAristotle
422 2007-SeptemberLesser sac
423 2007-SeptemberArches of the foot
424 2007-SeptemberAppendix
Describe in detail the different stages in the development of the ventricles of
425 2007-Septemberheart. Add a note in congenital anomalies of the ventricles of the heart with
relevant correlation.
426 2007-SeptemberDevelopment of notochord. Describe in detail with a note on its anomalies
427 2007-SeptemberDerivatives of the Cloacae
428 2007-SeptemberEvolution of thumb
429 2007-SeptemberComparative anatomy of human respiratory system
430 2007-SeptemberDevelopment of male urethra
431 2007-SeptemberMeckel’s diverticulum
432 2007-SeptemberDevelopmental defects in abdominal diaphragm

Describe the microscopic anatomy of bone tissue and discuss the formation of
433 2007-September
osteoclasts
Describe the microscopic anatomy of pituitary gland. Discuss the special
434 2007-Septemberstains used to differentiate
the cells.
435 2007-SeptemberPodocytes
436 2007-SeptemberPAZ genes
437 2007-SeptemberAnaphase lag
438 2007-SeptemberLymphoid tissue
439 2007-SeptemberDeletion
440 2007-SeptemberPreparation of museum specimen from dissected femoral triangle

Describe the nerve supply to urinary bladder and discuss the neurological
441 2007-September
disorders
442 2007-SeptemberDescribe the hypothalamus and its nuclear subdivisions.
443 2007-SeptemberSections of cerebrum at the level of interventricular formation
444 2007-SeptemberHippocampal formation
445 2007-SeptemberMastoid antrum
446 2007-SeptemberMRI
447 2007-SeptemberNucleus ambiguous
448 2007-SeptemberHorizontal section at the level of L-1 vertebra

449 2006-April Discuss the venous drainage of lower limb


450 2006-April Discuss the temporomandibular joint
451 2006-April Classification of glands
452 2006-April Vesalius
453 2006-April Second part of duodenum
454 2006-April perineal body
455 2006-April Lymphatic drainage of breast
456 2006-April Nerve supply of heart

457 2006-April Describe the development of human kidney and the developmental anomalies.

458 2006-April What is branchial apparatus? Discuss the derivatives of the branchial apparatus

459 2006-April Teratogens


460 2006-April Foetal circulation and circulatory changes after birth
461 2006-April Twins
462 2006-April Craniometry
463 2006-April Evolution of mandible
464 2006-April Foregut

465 2006-April Micro anatomy of nephron - correlate the structure with function
Describe in detail the histological details in relation to different phases and ages in
466 2006-April
ovary
467 2006-April Enterochromaffin system
468 2006-April Gene map
469 2006-April Histology of liver - structureal and functional correlations
470 2006-April Preservation and maintainance of museum specimens
471 2006-April Micro anatomy of skin
472
472 2006-April Sclero corneal Junction

473 2006-April Describe the Facial nerve nuclear complex and the connections
474 2006-April Describe the anatomy of limbic system.
475 2006-April Vermis of cerebellum
476 2006-April Choroid plexus

477 2006-April Lentiform nucleus


478 2006-April Central canal of spinal cord
479 2006-April Section at the level of T4 vertebra
480 2006-April Ultra sonography

Enumerate the diaphragm in the body. What are their attachments, relations, nerve
481 2006-September
supply, special features and functional importance?
Name the parts of the larynx. Describe the intrinsic muscles of the larynx and their
482 2006-September role in phonation.

483 2006-September Extra-ocular muscles


484 2006-September Spleen
485 2006-September Broncho-pulmonary segments
486 2006-September Ulnar nerve in the hand
487 2006-September Galen
488 2006-September Epiphysis

489 2006-September Describe in detail "Aortic Arches" and mention about the resulting anomalies
Describe in detail “Derivatives of paramesonephric duct”. Mention about the
490 2006-September
anomalies resulting.
491 2006-September Hermophroditism
492 2006-September Chorionic villi
493 2006-September Neolithic man
494 2006-September Comparative anatomy of pelvic diaphragm
495 2006-September Organisers
496 2006-September Neural crest cells

497 2006-September Describe the structural and functional details of kidney.


Classify unilaminar and multilaminar epithelial tissues. Make a mention of cells and
498 2006-September
their functions. Add a brief note on the modifications of cells.

499 2006-September Gene therapy


500 2006-September Translocation
501 2006-September Hematoxylin and Eosin staining procedure
502 2006-September Brief note on preservation of specimens in the museum
503 2006-September Cadaver injector
504 2006-September Dawson’s technique for bone in fetuses

505 2006-September Describe the section of the midbrain at the level of the superior colliculi
Describe the boundaries and contents of the inguinal canal. Add a note on inguinal
506 2006-September hernias.
507 2006-September Branchial cyst
508 2006-September Corona radiata
509 2006-September Cross sectional anatomy at the level of L1 vertebra (labeled diagram)
510 2006-September Perforating veins
511 2006-September MRI (magnetic resonance imaging)
512 2006-September Wrist drop

513 2005-April Describe the extrahepatic biliary apparatus


Classify joints in the body with suitable examples. Describe the movements at the
514 2005-April
temporomandibular joint.
515 2005-April Hippocratus
516 2005-April Intrinsic muscles of the larynx
517 2005-April Venous drainage of the lower limb.
518 2005-April Right atrium
519 2005-April Blood supply of a long bone
520 2005-April Nerve supply of tongue
521 2005-April Discuss development of face and explain developmental anomalies
522 2005-April Discuss evolution of respiratory system
523 2005-April Craniometry
524 2005-April Development of male urethra
525 2005-April Placental barrier

526 2005-April Ultimobranchial body


527 2005-April Development of vertebrae
528 2005-April Fossils

Classify endocrine glands with examples. Describe the structural and functional
529 2005-April
details of the pituitary gland.
530 2005-April Describe the structure of bone in detail.
531 2005-April Composition of embalming fluid
532 2005-April Phytohaemagglutinin
533 2005-April Philadelphia chromosome
534 2005-April Preparation of a paraffin tissue block
535 2005-April Simple epithelia
536 2005-April Microtome

537 2005-April Lateral ventricle in detail.


538 2005-April Nucleus of origin, course and distribution of oculomotor Nerve
539 2005-April Principles of ultrasound
540 2005-April Weeping umbilicus
541 2005-April Fracture of surgical neck of humerus
542 2005-April Cross sectional anatomy at the level of T4 (labelled) diagram only
543 2005-April Foot drop
544 2005-April Pharyngeal spaces

545 2005-September Describe the thoracic duct in detail.


546 2005-September Describe the knee joint in detail.
547 2005-September Intrinsic muscles of the hand
548 2005-September Henry Gray
549 2005-September Anatomical position
550 2005-September Pelvic splanchnic nerves
551 2005-September Ossification
552 2005-September Vertebral artery

553 2005-September Describe the evolution of kidney


554 2005-September Describe the various anthropological indicis and give their importance
555 2005-September Spermatogenesis
556 2005-September Development of tongue
557 2005-September Neural crest
558 2005-September Pharyngeal pouches and it's derivatives
559 2005-September Invitro fertilization
560 2005-September Meckel's diverticulum

561 2005-September Describe the numerical and structural chromosomal abarrations in brief.
Describe the microscopic structure of uterus with relation to different phases of
562 2005-September
menstrual cycle
563 2005-September Embalming fluid
564 2005-September Cloning
565 2005-September Jexta glomerular apparatus
566 2005-September Microscopic structure of spleen
567 2005-September Sex chromatin
568 2005-September Fixatives

Descrive the facial nerve under the following headings - Nuclear origin, Intra and
569 2005-September
extra cranial course, branches and distributions and clinical anatomy.

570 2005-September Transverse sections of spinal cord in detail about clinical correlation
571 2005-September MLB(Medial Longitudinal bundle)
572 2005-September Inferior turn of lateral ventricle
573
573 2005-September Sensory pathway - from organ of corti
574 2005-September Tapetum
575 2005-September Anatomical basis for Ultrasound Investigations
576 2005-September Sensory - Motor cortex

Describe in detail the formation, course, relation and termination of portal vein. Add
577 2004-March a note on porto caval anastomoses

578 2004-March Describe in detail "Bony arches of foot" Add a note on it's clinical importance.

579 2004-March Dorsal digital expansion


580 2004-March Pelvic diaphragm
581 2004-March collateral circulation
582 2004-March Perineal body
583 2004-March Femoral canal
584 2004-March Cardiac plexes

Describe the development of the testis and it's duct system. Add a note on it's
585 2004-March congenital anomalies

586 2004-March Describe the evolution of erect posture in man


587 2004-March Meckel's diverticulum
588 2004-March Fallot's tetralogy
589 2004-March Slide calipers
590 2004-March Notochord
591 2004-March Umbilical cord
592 2004-March Development of tongue

Describe in detail the correlation between structure and function in Respiratory


593 2004-March system
594 2004-March Describe ultrasonographic anatomy "skeletal muscle"
595 2004-March Junctional complex
596 2004-March Different methods in mounting of the museum specimens
597 2004-March Mutation of gene
598 2004-March Sensory receptors
599 2004-March Reticuloendothelial system
600 2004-March Microanatomy of pituitary glands

Describe the morphological, embryological and functional subdivisions of the


601 2004-March cebellum

602 2004-March Mention the nucleus of origin, course and distribution of glossopharyngeal nerve

603 2004-March Fascial spaces of hand


604 2004-March Principles of CT
605 2004-March Blood supply of spinal cord

606 2004-March Cross sectional anatomy at the level of C2 vertebra (labeled diagram only)

607 2004-March Femoral canal


608 2004-March Ligament of Treitz

609 2004-September Describe the muscles of Larynx and movements of vocal cords
610 2004-September Describe the Gross Anatomy of urinary bladder
611 2004-September Pleural recesses
612 2004-September Epiphysis
613 2004-September Porto-caval anastomosis
614 2004-September Movements and muscles acting on thumb
615 2004-September Thoraco abdominal diaphragm
616 2004-September John Hunter

Describe the "Rotation of Mid gut" in detail with a note on the Anomalies resulting
617 2004-September
during the above process
Describe in detail "development of testis including its descent" and add a brief note
618 2004-September
on the congenital anomalies.
619 2004-September Ductus caroticus
620 2004-September Development of vagina
621 2004-September Comparative anatomy of kidney
622 2004-September Evolution of mastigatory apparatus
623 2004-September Septation of truncus arteriosus
624 2004-September Intra embryonic mesoderm

625 2004-September Describe the microscopic anatomy of the salivary glands


Describe the histology of kidney and discuss in detail the structure of convoluted
626 2004-September tubules
627 2004-September Spermatogenic cells
628 2004-September Denver's classification of chromosomes
629 2004-September Co dominance
630 2004-September PAS staining technique
631 2004-September Embalming fluid
632 2004-September Alizarin technique

633 2004-September Describe the oculomotor nuclear complex and their connections
634 2004-September Describe the corpus striatum and discuss the associated diseases
635 2004-September Optic chiasma
636 2004-September Rhinencephalon
637 2004-September Section of spinal cord
638 2004-September Wernicke's area
639 2004-September Spinal tract of trigeminal
640 2004-September CT Scan

641 2003-April Describe the cross anatomy of the prostate gland in detail.
642 2003-April Describe the deep cervical fascia.
643 2003-April Classify Joints with examples.
644 2003-April Describe the drainage of inguinal lymph nodes.
645 2003-April Name various appendages of the skin. Describe the anatomy of nail.
646 2003-April Describe cross anatomy of the inferior vena cava.
647 2003-April Growth of a long bone.
648 2003-April Hippocrates.

649 2003-April Describe the development of the face. Add a note on it's congenital anomalies.

650 2003-April Describe the foetal circulation. Discuss the changes that occur at birth.

651 2003-April Evolution of human hand.


652 2003-April Pelvimetry.
653 2003-April Descent of testis.
654 2003-April Development of thoracic diaphragm with anomalies.
655 2003-April Relation of midgut.
656 2003-April Paramesonephric duct.

657 2003-April Describe in detail the microscopic anatomy of skin.


658 2003-April Give a detailed account of microscopic anatomy of spleen.
659 2003-April Embalming fluids.
660 2003-April Meiosis.
661 2003-April Embedding.
662 2003-April Amyloid bodies.
663 2003-April Barr body.
664 2003-April Turner's syndrome.

665 2003-April Describe the internal capsule of the brain. Add a note on its applied anatomy.

666 2003-April Describe the visual pathways and give its applied anatomy.
667 2003-April Write short notes on deep nuclei of cerebellum.

668 2003-April Draw and label a horizontal section of the midbrain at the level of inferior colliculus.

669 2003-April Describe the procedure of hysterosalpingography.


670 2003-April Write short notes on C.T. Scan.

671 2003-April Write short notes on the surgical anatomy of Infections of the skin of hand.

672 2003-April Draw and label the cross sectional anatomy at the level of L4 (L4) vertebra.

673 2003-September Describe the gross anatomy of parotid gland


674 2003-September Describe the shoulder joint and discuss the movements of shouldr girdle.
675 2003-September Inguinal lymph nodes.
676 2003-September Blood supply of long bones.
677 2003-September Rectus sheath
678 2003-September Henry gray
679 2003-September Broncho pulmonary segments.
680 2003-September Supports of uterus.

681 2003-September Give an account of features of skeleton to determine the sex.


682 2003-September Describe the evolution of heart.
683 2003-September Development of pituitary gland.
684 2003-September Mesonephric duct.
685 2003-September Primitive streak.
686 2003-September Development of pancreas.
687 2003-September Anthropometric instuments (describe any one).
688 2003-September Meckel's cartilage and its derivatives.

689 2003-September Discuss the microscopic variations in the mucosa of various parts of gastrointestinal tract.
690 2003-September Discuss the sex linked inheritance in human genetics.
691 2003-September Methods of embalming.
692 2003-September Flourescent in situ hybridisation. (Fish)
693 2003-September Embedding media.
694 2003-September Microscopic structure of palatine tonsil.
695 2003-September Cri-du-chat syndrome.
696 2003-September Cryostat.

697 2003-September Describe the palmar spaces with their applied importance.
698 2003-September Describe the functional areas of cerebrum. Add a note on lesions of parietal cortex.
699 2003-September Ultrasonography.
700 2003-September Cervical rib.
701 2003-September Surgical anatomy of vermiform appendix.
702 2003-September Blood supply of spinal cord.

703 2003-September Cross sectional anatomy at the level of T4 vertebra (labelled diagram only).
704 2003-September Computer aided teaching.