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SYLLABUS FOR FCPS PART - I 
EXAMINATION IN OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY according to BCPS
 
SYLLABUS FOR FCPS PART - I  EXAMINATION IN OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY

BANGLADESH COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
67, SHAHEED TAJUDDIN AHMED SARANI
MOHAKHALI, DHAKA-1212, BANGLADESH
SYLLABUS FOR FCPS PART - I
EXAMINATION IN
OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY
JULY 2001



BANGLADESH COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
67, SHAHEED TAJUDDIN AHMED SARANI
MOHAKHALI, DHAKA-1212, BANGLADESH 

FCPS syllabus in Bangladesh 


SYLLABUS FOR FCPS PART - I
EXAMINATION IN OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY JULY 2001 


Published by :
Bangladesh College of Physicians and Surgeons Mohakhali, Dhaka-1212.
Edition : July 2001 

Reprinted : May 2004

Anatomy & Histology, Embryology, Genetics, Biophysics, 

Gynecology and Obstetrics Syllabus FCPS PAPER-I 

Anatomy - 38 marks 

Histology - 5 marks

Statistics & Epidemiology- rest

ANATOMY & HISTOLOGY


The Abdomen :
Abdominal wall
Diaphragm
Gastrointestinal tract Urinary tract
Pancreas, spleen and liver Peritoneal arrangements Abdominal blood supply Blood supply of the pelvis The hepatic portal system Abdominal lymphatics
The lymph nodes of the abdomen
Autonomic nerve supply of the abdominal and pelvic organs
The systemic nerves

The Pelvic organs :
Ovary
Fallopian tube
Uterus Vagina Vulva & Perinium
Rectum and anal canal
Bladder Urethra The supports of the uterus, vagina and the pelvic floor
The bony pelvis
Blood supply - lymphatics and nerve supply of pelvic organs


1 The breast :
Embryology
Breast development at puberty
Macroscopic anatomy
Histology
Blood supply
Lymphatics
Nerve Supply
Anatomical relations
Anatomical principle and basic anatomy of Cardiac, Respiratory, Alimentary, Urinary Nervous and Endocrine System.
HISTOLOGY
Structure and function of the normal cells
Intercellular matrix
Different types of cell damage including those due to radiation
Chromosomes, introduction on chromosome
EMBRYOLOGY
Oogenesis, spermatogenesis and organogenesis
Oogenesis
Spermatogenesis
Fertilisation, transportation and implantation
Early development of the embryo
Organogenesis
The Genital organs and urinary system
The uterus and tubes
The vagina
External genitalia
The development of the gonads
Development of male genital system
Development of urinary system
Development of the placenta
The placental bed
Development of the Membranes, Formation & Circulation of Amniotic Fluid
GENETICS
Molecular Genetics
Gene structure and function Character of human DNA Restriction endonucleases
Analysis of DNA by electrophoresis
Sexual differentiation and abnormal sexual differentiation
The molecular basis of inherited disease
DNA mutation
Patterns of inheritance
Genetic / Environmental interaction
BIOPHYSICS
Principles of Ultrasound
Principles of use of X-ray and radioactive substances Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
Therapeutic use of other physical agents- heat, freezing, laser etc.
STATISTICS & EPIDEMIOLOGY
Introduction Variability Frequency distributions
Central tendency
Dispersions
Shapes of distributions
Probability distributions
Sampling
Significance test
The 't' Test
Paired difference 't' test
The X2 test Research design

Gynecology and Obstetrics Syllabus FCPS PAPER-II 


Physiology, Biochemistry, Pharmacology, Endocrinology (25 + 10 + 5 + 10 = 50)

PHYSIOLOGY

Biophysical definitions
Water and Electrolytes Dynamics
Transport Mechanisms
Acid-base balance
The cardiovascular System
The conducting system of the heart
Factors affecting heart rate
The electrocardiogram.
Pressure and oxygen saturations in the cardiac chambers Haemodynamic events in the cardiac cycles and their clinical correlations
Control of stroke volume
Changes in blood volume and cardiac output in pregnancy Blood flow and blood pressure control
The autonomic nervous system and blood pressure control. Local control of blood flow
Haemodynamics changes in pregnancy
Respiration
Physiology of respiration
Oxygen and carbon dioxide transport
Changes in respiratory system during pregnancy
The Urinary system
Introduction
Microanatomy
Clearance
Glomerular filtration
Renal blood flow
Handling of individual substances
The effect of pregnancy
Physiology of micturition
Changes of urinary system during pregnancy

4 The gastrointestinal tract
Mechanics
Digestive process
Changes of digestive system during pregnancy Nutrition
Calorimetry
Food tuffs
Minerals
Vitamins
Fibre
Nutrition during pregnancy and lactation The liver
Anatomical considerations
Metabolic functions
Bile
Miscellaneous functions
Bone & Calcium metabolism
The Nervous system
The somatic nervous system
The autonomic nervous system
Chemical Transmission in Nerve Endings
The Blood - Physiology of Blood
Iron and folic acid metabolism in pregnancy Haemostasis and blood coagulation
Blood Group and Rhesus Incompatibility

BIOCHEMISTRY

Proteins, Peptides and Amino Acids Introduction
Amino acids
Structure of proteins
Purification and analysis of proteins
Modification of protein structure

Metabolism-Principle of Carbohydrate and Fat Metabolism Overall energy metabolism 

Glycolysis (Aerobic/Anaerobic)
Citric acid cycle
Respiratory Chain
Fatty acid oxidation
Regulation of metabolic pathways
Catabolism
Urea cycle
Enzymes - Role of Enzyme in digestion, metabolism and reproduction
Enzyme kinetics

PHARMACOLOGY

The language of clinical pharmacology
Pharmacokinetics Pharmacodynamics
Factors which influence drug action
Drug interactions Impaired renal function
Liver disease
Age
Therapeutic drug monitoring
Pharmacology of some commonly used drugs
Beta adrenoceptor antagonists
Diuretics
Vasodilators
Antimicrobials
Oral contraceptives
Anticoagulants and antiplatelet drugs
Analgesia and anaesthesia
Opioid analgesics
Localanaesthetics
Inhalation anaesthetic agents
Anaesthetic agents for general anaesthesia
Neuromuscular blocking drugs


Drugs which influence uterine activity
Prostaglandins
Oxytocin
B2 adrenoceptor agonists
Ergometrine
Hormones and antihormones used in Obst./Gynae.
Drugs in pregnancy Placental transfer
Influence of pregnancy on dose requirements
Teratogenic drugs
Drugs given later in pregnancy
Drugs and breast feeding
Drugs of abuse
Antimitotic drugs - Pharmocokinetics, action and toxicology

ENDOCRINOLOGY

The hypothalamus, pituitary, pineal body & gonads
Regulation of menstrual cycle
Gonadal steroid hormones Synthesis and excretion Binding in blood and tissues Metabolism and excretion
Ovarian function in the adult and its control
Testicular function in the adult and its control
Physiology and Endocrionology of Puberty and Menopause The adrenal glands
The adrenal cortex
The adrenal medulla
The thyroid gland
Iodine metabolism
Control of thyroid secretion
thyroid function tests
Thyroid function in pregnancy
The pancrease (Islets of Langerhans) Placental Endocroionology

Gynecology and Obstetrics Syllabus FCPS PAPER-III

Pathology, Microbiology, Immunology
(35 + 10 + 5 = 50)

PATHOLOGY
General pathology
Wound healing
Tissues response to infection trauma, burn and radiation
Body's response to blood fluid and electrolyte loss Neoplasia of reproductive organs

General characteristics of neoplasia
Gynaecological neoplasia
Cytopathology of reproductive organs

MICROBIOLOGY (in relation to Obs/Gynae) Bacteria
Mycoplasmas
Rickettsiae
Chlamydiae
Viruses
Fungi
Protozoa
Helminths (worms)

IMMUNOLOGY
Introduction
The innate immune system
The acquired immune system
Organisation of the lymphoid system
Cellular elements of adaptive immunity
Humoral elements of adaptive immunity Immunogenetics and the principles of antigen recognition Immune response interactions
Maternofetal immunology
Immunopathology

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