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Describe composition of bone and bone marrow

Bones are composed of several different types of tissue, including: Osseous (bony) tissue: This is the hard, dense tissue that forms the outer layer of bones and gives them their strength. It is made up of cells called osteoblasts and osteocytes, as well as the mineral matrix they produce, which is mostly made of calcium […]

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Demonstrate normal anatomical position, various planes, relation, comparison, laterality & movement in our body

Demonstrate normal anatomical position The normal anatomical position is standing upright, with the head facing forward, arms at the side with the palms facing forward, and the feet pointing forward. This position is used as a reference point for describing the location of body parts and their movements. In this position, the body is facing […]

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Embryology Competency – Topic: Fetal membranes Number of competencies: (7) Number of procedures for certification: (NIL)

AN80.1 Describe formation, functions & fate of-chorion: amnion; yolk sac; allantois & decidua K KH Y AN80.2 Describe formation & structure of umbilical cord K KH Y AN80.3 Describe formation of placenta, its physiological functions, foetomaternal circulation & placental barrier K KH Y AN80.4 Describe embryological basis of twinning in monozygotic & dizygotic twins K […]

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Embryology Competency – Topic: 3rd to 8th week of development Number of competencies: (6) Number of procedures for certification: (NIL)

AN79.1 Describe the formation & fate of the primitive streak K KH Y AN79.2 Describe formation & fate of notochord K KH Y AN79.3 Describe the process of neurulation K KH Y AN79.4 Describe the development of somites and intra-embryonic coelom K KH Y AN79.5 Explain embryological basis of congenital malformations, nucleus pulposus, sacrococcygeal teratomas, […]

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Embryology Competency – Topic: Second week of development Number of competencies: (5) Number of procedures for certification: (NIL)

AN78.1 Describe cleavage and formation of blastocyst K KH Y AN78.2 Describe the development of trophoblast K KH Y AN78.3 Describe the process of implantation & common abnormal sites of implantation K KH Y AN78.4 Describe the formation of extra-embryonic mesoderm and coelom, bilaminar disc and prochordal plate K KH Y AN78.5 Describe in brief […]

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Embryology Competency – Topic: Gametogenesis and fertilization Number of competencies: (6) Number of procedures for certification: (NIL)

AN77.1 Describe the uterine changes occurring during the menstrual cycle K KH Y AN77.2 Describe the synchrony between the ovarian and menstrual cycles K KH Y AN77.3 Describe spermatogenesis and oogenesis along with diagrams K KH Y AN77.4 Describe the stages and consequences of fertilisation K KH Y AN77.5 Enumerate and describe the anatomical principles […]

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Embryology Competency – Topic: Principle of Genetics, Chromosomal Aberrations & Clinical Genetics Number of competencies: (5) Number of procedures for certification: (NIL)

AN75.1 Describe the structural and numerical chromosomal aberrations K KH Y AN75.2 Explain the terms mosaics and chimeras with example K KH N AN75.3 Describe the genetic basis & clinical features of Prader Willi syndrome, Edward syndrome & Patau syndrome K KH N AN75.4 Describe genetic basis of variation: polymorphism and mutation K KH Y […]

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