M.S. ORTHOPAEDICSMAHARASHTRA UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES
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1) Basic Sciences Related to Locomotor system.
1) Development, histology of bone, cartilage, collagen, muscles and nerve.
2) Physiology of bone, carliage, muscle & nerve.
2) Surgical pathology related to bones, cartilage, muscle, collagen & nerve in
various congenital affections, infections, Tumours and timorous conditions
and metabolic affections.
3) Orthopaedic diseases
· Metabolic bone disease
· Bone infections - Acute and Chronic
· Congenital deformities and development conditions of upper
extremity, lower extremity, spine general defects.
· Diseases of joints
· Tumours of Bones
· Orthopaedic Neurology including spine bifida, Poliomyelitis and
· Diseases of muscle, fibrous tissue and vessels
· Regional orthopaedic conditions related to neck, shoulder, elbow,
wrist, hand, hip, knee, ankle , foot, back and pelvis.
· Special subject - Orthopaedic Radiology Amputation and
disarticulation physiotherapy and rehabilitation
Recent advances in orthopaedic diseases.
4) General principles of Surgery and Traumatology.
· Wound healing
· Fracture healing
· Rehabilitation after bone and joint injuries
· Systematic response to injury
· Acute trauma care and early management of injured
· Injury to head, face, chest, abdomen, vessels & nerves.
· Fracture & dislocations in all bones and joints including diagnosis,
classifications, various modalities of investigation and operative nonoperative
treatment including complications.
· Fractures in children
· Pathological fractures
· Recent Advance in various fractures and complications management.
5) Exposure to surgical techniques & surgical approaches to various regions to
manage common infection, tumor, joint diseases, different type of trauma,
congenital, neurological and miscellaneous conditions.
6) Principles of Arthroscopy microsurgery & Arthroplasty.
7) Orthotics & Prosthetics, disability calculation, Bio-mechanics of gait, splints.
8) Thesis - Aim is to train the PG student in research work. Topics should be in
experimental, clinical, retrospective analysis or combination such that students
is encouraged to do exhaustive reference work. Topics should be relevant to
subject and region of work. Topics should allotted within first three months of
training. The candidate should complete review of literature by end of the first
year and submit his completed thesis six months before the final examination.
Subject of thesis should be approved by University within first six months.
9) Under Graduate teaching in clinical methods.
10) Seminar presentation on common topics.
11) Journal reading and discussion.
12) Case presentation, ward record maintenance.
13)Adequate experience in closed reducation of various fractures, as isting major
operation, independent operative management of common orthopaedic
14) Preparation of paper for presentation in conference.
15) Preparation of article for publication.