III BDS GENERAL SURGERY - Evaluation & Model questions (Final after NMC meeting) - TU BDS Syllabus

Evaluation Scheme
BDS 3rd Year
General Surgery Theory
Total Marks: 100
Internal Assessment Marks: 20
Theory Marks: 80
Questions should be made according to the following topics distribution:
Section
Type of question
No of questions
Topics
Time Allocation
A
MCQ
(Multiple choice question)
30 Q’s (MCQ) x 1 mark each

Total: 30 marks
·     All topics (Unit I & II)
Unit I - 15 marks
Wounds, Fluid/Electrolytes-4
Inflammation, Infections-4
Shock, Hemorrhage-2
Operative surgery-2
Trauma, Soft tissue injuries-2
Miscellaneous-1
Unit II - 15 marks
Tumors, Cysts, Ulcers- 2
Lymphatics/Vascular- 2
Oral cavity, Salivary glands- 4
Larynx, Nasopharynx- 2
Nervous system- 1
Thyroid, Parathyroid-2
Anomalies of Face- 1
Swellings of jaw- 1

30 minutes
B
SAQ
(Short answer question)
1Q (SAQ)  x   6 marks                         =  6 marks
2 Q’s (SAQ)  x  5 marks                         = 10 marks
3 Q’s (SN) x 3 marks 
=  9 marks
Total: 25 marks
Unit I - 25 marks
Wounds, Fluid/Electrolytes-6
Inflammation, Infections-6
Shock, Hemorrhage-4
Operative surgery-3
Trauma, Soft tissue injuries-3
Misc-3




150 minutes
C
S AQ
(Short answer question)
1Q (SAQ)  x   6 marks                         =  6 marks
2 Q’s (SAQ)  x  5 marks                         = 10 marks
3 Q’s (SN) x  3 marks 
=  9 marks
Total: 25 marks

Unit II - 25 marks
Tumors, Cysts, Ulcers- 4
Lymphatics/Vascular- 4
Oral cavity, Salivary glands- 4
Larynx, Nasopharynx- 3
Nervous system- 3
Thyroid, parathyroid-4
Anomalies of Face, Swellings of jaw- 3


Evaluation Scheme
BDS 3rd Year
General Surgery Clinical/Practical
Total Marks: 100
Internal Assessment Marks: 20
Practical Marks: 80
Specification Table for Practical Exam:
Viva
Log book
Spotters
Clinical Exercise
Total
20
10
20
30
80

I.                 Viva (20 marks)
II.               Log Book (10 marks)
III.              Spotters (20 marks): (10 questions × 2 marks each)
·        Instruments
       Basic surgical instruments
       Sutures/needles
       Gauze, bandages, swabs
·        Drugs- Lignocaine/Bupivacaine, Antibiotics
·        X-rays
       Chest- Pneumothorax, Pleural effusion, Rib fractures
       Abdomen- obstruction, perforation
·        Skills
       IV cannulation, IM injection
       Urethral catheterization
       Chest tube, NG tube
       Airway management- Oropharyngeal airway, endotracheal tube
IV.             Clinical Exercise (30 marks): (Subdivided into)

a.      One Long case (20 marks)
b.     One Short case (10 marks)
·        Examination of swellings and ulcers
·        General examination
  Pulse, BP
  Lymph node examination- Cervical, Axillary
·        Abdominal examination
·        Chest/ CVS
·        Cranial nerves
  Facial
  Trigeminal nerve
·        Neck examination
  Thyroid
  Parotid

General Surgery
Model questions

Section A (MCQ’s)

1.      Father of antiseptic surgery is
a.      Lord Moynihan
b.     Joseph Lister
c.      William S Halsted
d.      Harvey Cushing
2.      One of the following is a cause of cardiogenic shock
a.      Cardiac tamponade
b.      Tension pneumothorax
c.      Myocardial infarction
d.      Vomiting
3.      According to traditional classification, class 3 shock signifies ( …?..) percent of total blood loss
a.      <15%
b.      15-30%
c.      30-40%
d.      >40%
4.      Gas gangrene is caused by
a.      Clostridium perfringes
b.      Clostridium tetani
c.      Bacillus anthracis
d.      Staphylococcus aureus
5.      What is the maximum dose of Lignocaine with adrenaline (1:200000) as a local anaesthetic?
a.      3 mg/kg
b.     7 mg/kg
c.      15 mg/kg
d.      20 mg/kg










Section B (SAQ’s)
1.      Classify shock and write the management of septic shock (2+4=6)
2.      Classify wound. Enumerate causes of non-healing of wound. (2+3=5)
3.      Discuss strategies of airway management in facial trauma. (5)
4.      Write short notes on (3 x 3)
a.      Tru-cut biopsy
b.      Complications of blood transfusion
c.      Classification of suture materials



Section C (SAQ’s)
1.      Define goiter. Enumerate causes of goiter. Describe how you will evaluate a patient with solitary thyroid nodule. (1+2+3=6)
2.      Classify Parotid tumors. Describe in brief the evaluation and management of Pleomorphic adenoma. (2+3=5)
3.      Describe in short the embryological basis of cleft lip and palate. (5)
4.      Write short notes on (3 x 3)
a.      Sialadenitis
b.      Branchial cysts
c.      Epulis



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