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Final Year; Lecture slides; Surgery







UNIT 1 DR GONDAL's LECTURES

Surgical oncology principles
Surgical quackery
Skin cancer
Oral cancer_tongue
Salivary gland tumors
Soft tissue tumors
Breast CA
ColoRectal CA
Stomach CA
HCC
Pancreatic CA
MID TERM TEST
TEST
Carcinoid Tumor 
Haemorrhagic shock
Acute limb ischemia
Chronic lower limb ischemia
Aneurysms & vascular surgery
Vascular trauma
Amputation
Diabetic foot
Hyperparathyroidism
Hypocalcemic tetany
Surgical HTN


UNIT 2
Liver & Biliary apparatus
Hepatobiliary & pancreatic imaging
Gallstones disease
Cholecystectomy
Carcinoma Gallbladder
Liver Abscess
Hydatid Disease
Liver Trauma
Acute Pancreatitis
Surgical diseases of spleen

UNIT 3
Acute abdominal pain
Abdominal injuries
Upper GI bleed
Abdominal Distension
Peritonitis
Scrotal Swellings
Ectopic Pregnancy
Ethics
Research
MID TERM TEST
TB
Haemorrhage
Aortic Aneurysm
Blood & Blood products
Nutrition
Sterilization & Disinfection
past paper questions

UNIT 4
surgical Anatomy of Thyroid n parathroids
Thyroid Carcinoma
Thyroiditis
Hyperparathyroidism
Adrenal tumors
Pancreatic Tumors
TEST
Noninvasive workup
Varicose Veins
DVT
Lymphedema
Aneurysm
Communication Skills
Monitoring in ICU
Organ Function Support in ICU
Brain injury
minimal invasive surgery
test

PAEDIATRIC SURGERY
Introduction
Newborn with respiratory distress
Urine outflow impairment
Tracheoesophageal fistula & congenital pyloric stenosis
VUR & posterior urethral valve
Neonatal Intestinal Obstruction
Intestinal Malrotation


CHEST SURGERY
Chest Intubation
Chest trauma management
TEST
complications of pulmonary surgery

NEUROSURGERY
Neurosurgical emergencies
Lumber disc prolapse
Management of spinal injury
Congenital neurosurgical anomalies

UROLOGY

Bladder Cancer
Renal Cell Carcinoma
End Stage Renal Disease
Stricture Urethra
Urinary tract Infections
Congenital Anomalies
BPH
Renal Stones
Prostate CA
TEST



PLASTIC SURGERY

plastic surgery: introduction
intro to cosmetic surgery
Burns
BCC
Cutaneous SCC
Tissue Expansion
Nerve Injuries
Microvascular surgery
Lasers
Evidence Based Medicine
TEST


ORTHOPEDICS

Bone Tumor
osteoarthritis
Rheumatoid arthritis
Bone tumors
Bone Tumors-GCT & ABC
Osteogenic Sarcoma
Bone & Joint Infections
Gout
Rheumatoid arthritis
Crush syndrome
Osteoporosis
TB
Developmental Dysplasia of hip
Perthes Disease
Osteoarthritis & Septic arthritis
Rheumatoid Arthritis







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