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Topics Studied in MD 1

By Med stu - Friday, November 5, 2010 4 Comments
This post will give you an idea of what you will be taught in MD 1 and also for students for want to study ahead of time they can study these topics in the BRS or Kaplan books to benefit them.
I am going to post for Histology and Anatomy which are the major subjects for MD 1, ethics and embryology are very general.

NOTE: some topics may fluctuate each semester, e.g Connective Tissue might be taught in Block 1 or Block 2 depending how much time the teacher has.


HISTOLOGY
Block 1

  • Cell and Organs
  • Epithelium
  • Connective Tissue
Block 2
  • Cartilage
  • Bone
  • Muscle
  • Nervous tissue
  • Blood
  • Hematopoiesis
Block 3
  • Circulatory system
  • Lymphoid tissue
  • Digestive system 
  • Respiratory system
Block 4
  • Skin
  • Urinary system 
  • Endocrine system
  • Male reproductive system
  • female reproductive system
  • Eye 
  • Ear

ANATOMY 
Block 1
  • Upper limb
    • Bones
    • Muscles
    • Blood supply
    • Nerve supply
Block 2
  • Lower limb
    • Knee
    • thigh
    • leg 
    • foot
  • Thorax
Block 3
  • Head and Neck
  • Face
  • Heart
Block 4
  • Abdomen
    • Accessories of Digestive system
  • Male Reproductive system
  • Female reproductive system
This should give you a better idea what to expect and if you want to read the subject before it will greatly benefit you in MD 1

GOOD LUCK to any new students

If you have any Questions, Comments or Suguestions email me at medstulife@gmail.com

4 comments to ''Topics Studied in MD 1"

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  1. I definitely appreciate you taking the time and effort in writing this!

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  2. Can I get an update? Is it still the same or has it changed because I want to start studying now. I start fall 2013.

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  3. which block do you study the back, pelvis and perineum in anatomy?
    would you mind posting up the syllabi for all the md1 classes?

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  4. How many hours a day after class would you say you studied?

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