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TNPSC Pathology Including Blood Bank Syllabus

Updated on: Feb 26, 2013
Pathology Including Blood Bank
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It should include General Pathology Including Blood Bank, Haematology, Transfusion Medicine including ImmunoPathology Including Blood Bank, Clinical Pathology Including Blood Bank, Cytology, Technical Pathology Including Blood Bank and Childhood Diseases. This Area is divided into 10 units.


Unit I : Cell Injury and adaptation.

Unit II : Inflammation and Repair.

Unit III : Haemodynamics including Thrombosis and Shock.

Unit IV : Genetics and diseases of Immunity; infectious Diseases.

Unit V : Neoplasia; Environmental & Nutritional Pathology, Childhood Diseases

Unit VI : Haematology
RBC
WBC
Platelets.
Unit VII : Blood Bank including Immuno Haematology

Unit VIII : Clinical Pathology

Unit IX : Technical Pathology (Histo Pathological Techniques) including frozen section, Museum techniques.

Unit X : Cytopathology.

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Consists of :
Systemic Pathology Including Blood Bank
Post Mortem Procedure
Recent Advances (last 3 volumes)
The above subjects are divided into 10 Units.

Unit I : Blood Vessels and Heart (Cardio Vascular System)

Unit II : Respiratory system.

Unit III : Head and Neck; Nervous system, Ear, Nose, Throat & Eye.

Unit IV : Salivary Gland and Gastro Intestinal system

Unit V : Liver, Gall Bladder and Pancreas.

Unit VI : Kidney, Male Genital System and Lower Urinary System.

Unit VII : Female Genital System and Breasts.

Unit VIII : Endocrines and Lymphorecticular System

Unit IX : Skin, Soft Tissues & Bones and Joints, Peripheral Nerves and Skeletal Muscle.

Unit X : Post Mortem Procedures and Recent Advances (Last 3 Volumes)
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