II MBBS - 18 Months - 3 Terms
Pathology 3 Terms of 6 Months each (III, IV & V)
Microbiology 3 Terms of 6 Months each (III, IV & V)
Pharmacology 3 Terms of 6 Months each (III, IV & V)
Forensic Medicine 3 Terms of 6 Months each (III, IV & V)
At the end of II MBBS, the student should be able to:
Understand concepts of cell injury and the biological and morphological effects of such injury on various organ systems. The natural biology of various diseases and diagnostic relationships;
Describe the relationship of host and parasites, defenses of the body and the mechanism of microbial diseases and their prevention;
Perform Medico-Legal Autopsies, prepare a report or certify in Medico-Legal Cases and be aware of the legal or Court Procedures related to medicine
Understand drug actions, drug interactions, drug prescriptions, and recognize or prevent adverse drug reactions.
He/She should be able to translate the above concepts to understand various manifestations of diseases and apply corrective therapy on patients.
II MBBS | III MBBS
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