General Anatomy & Physiology with Clinical Approach
This course has been designed in a format that will clear all your basics of Anatomy as well as Physiology. The course focuses on details of each topic to its depth with various researches and additions in the recent years in the form of clinical alerts, brainstorming sessions where ever needed and also solved MCQ’s at the end of each chapter with detailed explanation to make it more precise.
The purpose of this course of joint anatomy and physiology is to teach the functions, processes and inter-relationship of the different organs and systems of the normal disturbance in disease and to equip the student with normal standards of reference for use while diagnosing and treating deviations from the normal. This will help the student to understand the functional and applied aspect of the human body.
To a Homeopath the human organism is an integrated whole of body life and mind; and though life includes all the chemical-physical processes it transcends them. There can be no symptoms of the disease without vital force animating the human organism and it is primarily the vital force that is deranged in disease. Physiology shall be taught from the standpoint of the description of the physical processes underlying them in health. There should be close cooperation between these two departments while teaching the different systems.
The goal of this program is to help you cracking the competitive exams through multiple choice questions (MCQ’s) by increasing your knowledge of General Anatomy & Physiology.
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A. To provide for the understanding of the morphological physiological and psychological principles which determine and influence the organism of the living body as a functioning unit;
B. To co-relate and interpret the structural organism and normal physiology of the human body and thus to provide the data on which to anticipate disturbance of functions;
C. To enable the student to recognize the anatomical and physiological basis of the clinical signs and symptoms of disorders due to injury, disease and mal development;
D. To give the student to understand the factors involved in the development of pathological processes and the possible complications which may arise there from;
E. For enabling the student to pick out strange, rare and uncommon symptoms from pathognomonic symptoms for individualisation of patients and drugs for the purpose of applying the law of similar in Homeopathic practice.