|Study of Pathology must be in relation with Concept of Miasm as evolved by Dr. Hahnemann and further developed by Kent, Boger, Robert and Allen. Concept of Miasm in view of Pathology. Reference to Koch’s Postulate. importance of susceptibility and immunity thereby homoeopathic concept of Disease and Cure.|
|Similarly all the topics in Genera! Pathology and Systemic Pathology must be co-related, at each juncture, so that the importance of Pathology is understood by a Under-Graduate student in Homoeopathy.|
Topics of General Pathology in Relation with Miasms.
|.||In each system the important and common disease should be done. By keeping in view i of presentation, progress and outcome of the disease. For e.g. in Alimentary System|
|Diagnosis’ of Infectious Diseases host Parasite Relationship. Disinfectants. Mode of action. Practical aspects of Immunology i.e. Application in diagnosis, Passive Immunization, Immunopatnies in brief including AIDS Bacteria Genetics (briefly) .|
|KIDNEY BLADDER URETER URETHRA|
|CARDIO VASCULAR DISEASES|
Rheumatic Heart Disease.
Valvular Heart Disease.
Congestive Cardiac Failure.
Diseases of Pericardium.
|MALE AND FEMALE GENITAL DESEASE|
|GENERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM|
|CEREBRO SPINAL FLUDE|
|1ST – PAPER GENERAL SYSTEMATIC PATHOLOGY AND MIASMS|
|2ND – BACTERIOLOGY, PARASITOLOGY AND CLINICAL PATHOLOGY|
|(Each Divided into Two Sections)|
Common teaching slide from each systems, Demonstration of gross Pathological specimen. Practica demonstration of Histopathiogical techniques i.e. Fixation. Embedding.
Sectioning staining by common dyes and strain.
Frozen section. Its importance.
Phase contrast microscopy.
|Morphology, biology, sterilization, chemotherapy, principles of artificial media, infection, defence reaction, immunity, hypersensitiveness, skin tests, systematic study of bacterial habits, importance-morphological, cultural, bio-chemical, serological and toxic behaviour of the common pathogenic and nonpathogenic species. Pathologic changes produced by diseases-bacteria and their laboratory diagnosis. Staphylococci, streptococci, diplococcei, Neisseria, Mycobacterium tuberculosis (types) Mycobacterium leprae, names and differentiation of spirochetes from pathogenic mycobacterium, corynebacterium diphtherae. Aerobic spore bearing bacteria-Bacillus anthracis, anaerobes, general and special features of the pathogens. Names of some importance non-pathogens. Gram negative intestinal bacteria classification, identification of the pathogen Salmonella, Vibrio bacterium, Pasterurella, general idea about haemophiles, Pseudomonas, Brucella, Ricketsia, Proteus, spirochaetes-general idea details of Treponema pallidum and leptospiraictero haemorrhagica.|
|Viruses-general characters, classification of disease e.g. varecella, Rabies, Bacteriophage Kouch’s postulates.|
| Protozoa-classification names of important rhizopoda, Ent. histolytica, morphology, pathogenesis and pathogenecity, diagnosis, differences from Ent. coli sporozea species of plasmodia life history and pathogenesis|
differentiation of species.
|Mastigophora-generai broad morphological features classification, oathogenesis. vectors, pathology of Kala-Azar, important Teaiures source Disease aue to baiantiaium coii.|
|Heiimnths-definilion of certain terms, simple classification, differences between nematodes cestodoes and treamatodes Broad differentiating morphological features and broad life history and pathogenesis of important species. Cestoaes and Nematodes-mfecting liver, lungs, intestines and blood-general differences between schislosomes and other trematodes|