M.Ch. Neurosurgery

Maharastra University of Health science
In Nashik

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Nashik
Vani Road, Mhasrul, 422004, Maharashtra, India
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Course programme

The syllabus provided below is a brief outline of the topics in the field of neurosurgery
that the candidates should be acquainted with for the theory and practical examinations
for the examination of M.Ch. (Neurosurgery). Candidates must have read standard
textbooks as well as national and international peer reviewed journals on the subject of
neurosurgery. A provisional list of such literature is appended below. The examination
shall also evaluate knowledge of recent advances that is available in literature

The candidate is expected to be conversant with the following broad fields with special
reference to their application in Neurosurgery. These include General Principles of the
basic neurosciences. A wide coverage of Basic Sciences like Anatomy, Physiology,
Biochemistry, Pathology, Microbiology, Pharmacology, Immunology, etc pertaining to
the nervous system, the cranium vertebral column and its contents.
A brief outline is as follows:
1. Neuroanatomy and embryology
2. Neurobiology
3. Neurophysiology
4. Neuropathology & Microbiology
5. Neurochemistry and Neuropharmacology
BASIC SCIENCE FOR THE NEUROLOGICAL SURGEON
1. Surgical Anatomy of the Brain
2. Neuroembroylogy - development of the central nervous system
3. Neurons and Neuroglia
4. Astrocytes
5. Cerebral metabolism and the pathophysiology of Ischemic brain damage
6. The blood brain barrier
7. Physiology of the cerebro spinal fluid and intracranial pressure
8. Cellular and molecular mechanism mediating injury and recovery in the nervous
system.
9. Electrophysiology properties of the Central Nervous System
10. Neuropathology of brain tumors, Immunohistochemistry, Electron microscopy
11. Neurosurgical epidemiology and outcomes assessment
12. Human genome and gene therapy, Stem Cell therapy in CNS
CLINICAL SCIENCE
HISTORY OF NEUROSURGERY
APPROACH TO THE PATIENTS.
1. History and physical examination.
2. Differential diagnosis of altered states of consciousness.
3. Neuro ophalmology
4. Neuro Otology


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