AIIMS Medicine Syllabus

AIIMS Medicine Syllabus – Part III

 

 

Respiratory system

?        Clinical examination of the respiratory system

?        Functional anatomy, physiology and investigations

?        Major manifestations of lung disease

O

Cough

O

Dyspnoea

O

Chest pain

O

Haemoptysis

O

The solitary radiographic pulmonary lesion

O

Respiratory failure

 

?        Upper and lower respiratory infections

?        Bronchial asthma

?        Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

?        Pulmonary tuberculosis

?        Suppurative lung diseases O Bronchiectasis

O Lung abscess O Plural effusion and empyema

 

?        Interstitial and infiltrative lung diseases

?        Occupational lung diseases

?        Tumors of the bronchus and lung

?        Pulmonary vascular diseases

–          Pulmonary hypertension

–          Pulmonary thromboembolism

?        Acute respiratory distress syndrome

?        Obstructive sleep apnoea

?        Diseases of the nasopharynx, larynx and trachea

?        Diseases of the mediastinum, diaphragm and chest wall

Kidney and genitourinary system

?        Clinical examination of the kidney and genitourinary system

?        Functional anatomy, physiology and investigations

?        Major manifestations of renal and urinary tract disease

O

Dysuria, pyuria, urethral symptoms

O

Disorders of urine volume

O

Hamaturia

O

Proteinuria

O

Oedema

O

Obstruction of the urinary tract

O

Incontinence

 

?        Acute and chronic renal failure

?        Infections of the kidney and urinary tract

?        Congenital abnormalities of the kidneys and urinary system

?        Glomerulonephritides

?        Tubulo-interstitial diseases

?        Renal involvement in systemic disorders

?        Drugs and the kidney

?        Renal vascular diseases

?        Urinary tract calculi and nephrocalcinosis

?        Tumors of the kidney and genitourinary tract

?        Renal replacement therapy

Gastrointestinal tract

?        Clinical examination of the abdomen

?        Functional anatomy, physiology and investigations particularly role of imaging, endoscopy

and tests of function

? Major manifestations of gastrointestinal disease

O

Abdominal pain (acute and chronic)

O

Dysphagia

O

Dyspepsia

O

Vomiting

O

Constipation

O

Diarrhoea

O

Abdominal lump

O

Weight loss

O

Gastrointestinal bleeding – upper and lower

O

Approach to the patient with gastrointestinal disease

 

?        Diseases of the mouth and salivary glands – oral ulcers, candidiasis, parotitis

?        Diseases of the oesophagus – GERD, other motility disorders, oesophagitis, carcinoma oesophagus

?        Diseases of the stomach and duodenum – gastritis, peptic ulcer disease, tumors of stomach

?        Diseases of the small intestine

O Acute gastroenteritis & food poisoning O Intestinal tuberculosis O Inflammatory bowel disease O Malabsorption syndrome O Tumors of small intestine

O Acute, sub-acute and chronic intestinal obstruction

?        Disorders of the colon and rectum O Bacillary dysentery

O Amoebic colitis O Ulcerative colitis O Tumors of the colon & rectum O Irritable bowel disease

?        Abdominal tuberculosis

–          Peritoneal

–          Nodal

–          Gastrointestinal

?        Ischaemic gut injury

?        Anorectal disorders

?        Diseases of the peritoneal cavity O Acute and chronic peritonitis O Ascites

O Peritoneal carcinomatotis

Diseases of the pancreas

?        Acute and chronic pancreatitis

?        Tumors of pancreas

Liver and Biliary tract disease

?        Clinical examination of the abdomen for liver and biliary disease

?        Functional anatomy, physiology and investigations of hepatobiliary disease

?        Major manifestations of liver disease

O

‘Asymptomatic’ abnormal liver function tests

O

Jaundice

O

Acute (fulminant) hepatic failure

O

Portal hypertension and ascites

O

Hepatic (portosystemic) encephalopathy

O

Hepatorenal failure

 

?        Liver abscess – amoebic & pyogenic

?        Viral hepatitis – acute and chronic

?        Alcoholic liver disease

?        Cirrhosis of liver and chronic liver disease

?        Drugs, toxins and liver

?        Fatty liver and non alcoholic steatohepatitis

?        Infiltrative diseases of liver O Wilson’s disease

O Hemachromatosis

?        Tumors of the liver

?        Gallbladder and biliary tract diseases O Functional anatomy

O Acute and chronic ‘cholecystitis’

O Cholelithiasis

O Tumors of gall bladder and bile ducts

Leave a Comment