Courses Catalogue

Surgery Ii

ACADEMIC PROGRAMME: Clinical Medicine and Community Health, Diploma
COLLEGE/SCHOOL/FACULTY: School of Allied Health Sciences
PROGRAMME TYPE: Undergraduate

Course Content and Outline

9.0 Detailed Course Content

i)       Anorectal conditions (5 Hours) 

a)      Fistulae 

b)      Hemorrhoids

c)      Fissure/in-anal

d)     Rectal prolapse

ii)     Urogenital conditions (4 Hours)

a)      Haematuria

b)      Urine retention 

c)      Scrotal swellings 

d)     Undescended testis

e)      Paraphimosis

iii)   Tumors (10 marks)

a)      Skin tumours ;Epithelioma,Lipoma,Fibroma

b)      Breast;Fibroadenoma,Cancer of the breast

c)      Uro-Genital Tumours;Renal Tumour,Prostatic  swellings ,Cancer  of  penis 

d)     Gastro intestinal tumours;Cancer of  Oesophagus;Cancer of stomach;Cancer of colon,Cancer of rectum

e)      Bone  tumours

f)       Kaposis sarcoma 

iv) Congenital conditions (8 hours) 

a)      Central Nervous system; Spinafida, Encephalocele,Myelocele

b)      Gastro Intestinal tract; Atresia of the Oesophagus;Pyloric stenosis; Imperforate anus,Exophalmos,Tracheol-Oesphageal fistula

c)      Oro-Facial; Harelip, Cleft Palate 

d)     Skeletal; Extra digits, Talipes, Kyphosis,Scoliois

v) Surgical procedures done under local anesthesia (8 Hours)

a)      Elective circumcision

b)      Incision and drainage 

c)      Surgical toilet and suture 

d)     Small lipoma

e)      Bougnage

vi) Medical Legal Conditions (4 Hours) 

a)      Assault

b)      Poisoning 

c)      Rape 

d)     Road traffic Accidents 

e)      Suicide 



vi) Ear Nose and throat Conditions (6 Hours)

a)      Nasopolyps

b)      Quinsy

c)      Ear wax 

d)     Epistaxis

e)      Foreign Bodies 

f)       Mastoid abscess

g)      Deafness and its prevention

vii) Goitre

III) Clinical/Practical (90 Hours)

This will be a supervised clinical/practical rotation in surgical outpatient/ ward in which students will record all their activities in a log book.

10.0 Teaching/Learning methods 

a)      Classroom discussions

b)      Lectures

c)      Demonstrations /return demonstrations  

d)     Case study and Case follow up

e)      Supervised practice 

f)       Clerking and case presentation

11.0 Teaching/Learning methods 

a)      Textbooks

b)      X ray Films

c)      Stethoscope 

d)     Sphygmomanometer

e)      Tape measures

f)       Patients 

g)      Pulsometers

h)      Stop watch

i)        Operating Theatre  

j)        Patients