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Can anybody provide syllabus of BDS 2nd Year Course of Baba Farid University of Health Sciences (BFUHS) as soon as possible in pdf format?
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As you want syllabus of BDS 2nd Year Course offering by Baba Farid University of Health Sciences (BFUHS), so here I am providing syllabus:

Baba Farid University of Health Sciences (BFUHS) BDS 2nd Year Syllabus:

Subject 1: General Pathology, Microbiology and Parasitology
General Pathology:
I. Introduction to Pathology, definition, branches, scope of Pathology, scientific study of disease and some techniques used in the same.

2. Degenerative processes and disturbances of metabolism. Cloudy swelling," Fatty changes, Amyloidosis, Hyaline degeneration, Pigmentation, CalcificationNecrosis, Gangrene.Circulatory Disturbances.Hyperaemia, Venous congestion, Ischaemia, Infarction, Hemorrhage,Thrombosis, Embolism, Oedema, Shock.

3. Inflammation, Response of soft and hard tissues to injuries.
Acute inflammation
Chronic inflammation
Repair with special emphasis of repair of bones, wounds and the effect of modern treatment on repair.
Hypersensitivity and Allergy

4. Common Bacterial infection i.e. Pyogenic, Enteric fever, Tuberculosis, Syphilis,
Leprosy, Actinomycosis.

5. AIDS

6. Common diseases of bone like osteomyelitis Effects of Chemical, Physical agents including ionising radiation especially onbones and teeth.

7. Disturbances of nutrition with special reference to Indian conditional Metabolic
disorders e.g. Rickets, Scurvy, Diabetes Mellitus etc.

8. Growth and its disorder.
Metaplasia, Atrophy, Hypertrophy
Elementary knowledge of malformation and maldevelopment
Tumour
Classification
Characters of malignant and Benign Tumour
Carcinogenesis
Methods of spread
Diagnostic methods in cancer

9. Anaemias i.e. Irondeficiency, Megaloblastic, Haemolytic, Bleeding disorder and their laboratory investigations, leukaemia.

Microbiology:
1. Introduction with reference to Medical and Dental microbiology including public health and preventive aspects of infections.
2. Methods and Principles of sterilization-physical and chemical.
3. Pyaemia, Septicemia.& Toxaemia.
4. Immunity and Immunising agents.
5. Auto-immunity-emphasis on practical application
6. Morphology, Laboratory diagnosis, Physiology, Characteristics, Pathogenesisand classification of micro organisms particularly the followings.
a) Gram positive and negative cocci and bacilli in dental and general infections.
b) Spirochetal oral infections.
c) Normal oral microbial flora.
d) Organism causing specific infections such as meningitis, diphtheria, tetanus,gas gangrene, Tuberculosis, syphilis,
e) Organisms related to Dental caries.
7. Methods of taking swabs and smears from various oral regions and their staining.
8. Elementary knowledge of virology and mycology with examples of Orofacial lesions.
9. Common parasites and parasitic diseases such as amoebiasis, Malaria, Helminthic infections such as Tapeworm, Hookworm Roundworm
10. AIDS, Hepatitis, Biosefty and waste disposal

PRACTICALS & DEMONSTRATIONS
Lecture Demonstration and practicals in Clinical Pathology comprising ofAnemias and their laboratory investigations, Blood transfusion and cross matching,Bleeding disorders and their investigations.Laboratory investigations commonly required by Dental Surgeons
a) Hemoglobinometry and Hemocytometry, Total leucocytes count.
b) Iron deficiency anemia, Megaloblastic.
c) Preparation of Blood Smears and staining them or differential count.
d) Demonstration of Bleeding time, Clotting time.
e) Leukaemia, Acute and chronic.
f) Blood groups and blood transfusion. Exam.of Urine.
g) Microscope, its various parts, Micrometry, care of microscope.
h) Gram's staining and Ziehl- Neeilsen's staining.
i) Histopathology, practicals and specimans, demonstrations.
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