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DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY

STANLEY MEDICAL COLLEGE

HISTORY:

In the early years till 1949  ,the Anatomy department of Stanley Medical college was functioning in the central institute  at Madras Medical College.

Since 1950 Anatomy Department started functioning in the new block-the building where the department is now situated and The First Professor and the head of the Department was Dr.A.Anantha Narayanan Iyer, who was also the Principal of Stanley medical college at that time.

In  1952 it was upgraded and made as Institute for the Post Graduate studies and research and Dr.Anantha Narayanan Iyer was posted as first Director of Institute. It is indeed a matter of pride and honour that this Department was one of the very few centres recognized for Post graduate studies in the whole country in early fifties. In the year 1954 first postgraduate university examination, MS(Anatomy) was held.

This Department has served to turn out  the maximum number of  Undergraduates and Post Graduates in Anatomy with 250MBBS students every year .

 

FACULTY DETAILS:

Designation

Faculty

PROFESSOR & HOD:

     DR. K.SUJATHA MBBS.,MS

ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS:

DR.V.LAKSHMI MBBS.,MD

DR. J. SREEVIDYA MBBS, MD

ASSISTANT PROFESSORS:

DR. J.K.RAJA MBBS.,MD

DR.C.ADLINE MISBA MBBS.,MD

DR.S.ELIZABETH PRIYADARISINI MBBS.,MD

DR.M.ANURADHA MBBS.,MD

DR.B.RAMKUMAR MBBS.,MD

DR.E.ANITHA MBBS.,MD

DR.G.E.VENUGOPAL MBBS.,MD

DR.J. SENTHIL KUMAR MBBS.,MD

DR.SOORYA SRIDHAR MBBS.,MD

 

POST GRADUATES

1.

DR. G. YUVARANI

FINAL YEAR

2.

DR.S. NASRIN TAJ

3.

DR.J. JAMES ALICE VINI

SECOND YEAR

4.

DR. A.C.JOHN JOSHIK

5.

DR.M.SOPHIA

FIRST YEAR

6.

DR.S.SANTHINI

 

SERVICES OFFERED:

ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES:

TYPE OF COURSE: Medical/ Paramedical

 

Name of course offered

Eligibility

Course duration

Sanctioned No.of seats

Affiliated university

Selection procedure

MBBS

Higher secondary

5Years

6 months

250

TN Dr.MGR Medical University, Chennai

NEET Exam

MD Anatomy

MBBS

3Years

2

NEET Exam

BSc Radiology & Imaging Technology

 

Higher secondary

3years

20

Selection Committee

Theatre Technician

Higher secondary

1 year

40

Selection Committee

Anaesthesia Technician

Higher secondary

1 year

40

Selection Committee

Dialysis technician

Higher secondary

1 year

30

Selection Committee

DMLT

 

Higher secondary

2 years

100

Selection Committee

DRDT

Higher secondary

2 years

10

Selection committee

DRTT

Service candidates working as radiographers or DRAS in govt. institutions

2 years

5

Selection committee

B.Sc

Cardio-pulm perfusion technology

2yrs

5

 

Selection committee

 

Medical laboratory technology

2yrs

20

 

Selection committee

 

Operation theatre and Anaeathesia technology

2yrs

20

 

Selection committee

 

Cardiac technology

2yrs

20

 

Selection committee

 

Critical care technology

2yrs

10

 

Selection committee

 

Dialysis technology

2yrs

5

 

Selection committee

 

Physician assistant

4yrs

4

 

Selection committee

 

Accident and emergency care technology

 

20

 

Selection committee

 

Respiratory technology

 

20

 

Selection committee

 

optometry

 

5

 

Selection committee

 

ACADEMIC CURRICULUM:

Periodic Academic activities held in the department (Anatomy):

NO

POST GRADUATE

UNDERGRADUATE

1

Theory Classes

Lecture class

2

Group Discussion

Dissection and Histology

3

Clinical Seminar

Embryology, Osteology, Radiology and Surface Anatomy

4

Journal club

Small group teaching/ DOAP sessions

5

Tutorials

Symposia

6

Guest lectures

Tutorials, Review classes

7

Research activities

Self directed learning

8

Periodic assessment tests

Formative and summative assessments

 

DEPARTMENT MUSEUM

We have a well organized section wise museum consisting of 591 specimens (Wet- 485, Dry-106) and 130 models

 

DISSECTION HALL

 

HISTOLOGY LAB

 

RESEARCH PUBLICATION (NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL): (last 3 years)

2019-2020:

  1. Study of Main Renal Artery Diameter And Its Correlation with Presence Of Accessory Renal Artery On Cadaveric Dissection- Dr.K.Sujatha- Scholars International Journal of Anatomy and Physiology vol 2(2);pg 72-76-Feb 2019
  2. Abnormal Origin of Inferior Phrenic artery from Right Renal Artery-A Cadaveric Study-Dr.K.Sujatha, Dr.J.Prasanth Narayanan- Scholars Journal of Applied Medical science vol7(2) pg 650-653-Feb 2019
  3. Variations in the origin of Medial Circumflex femoral artery from  femoral artery- Dr.V.Lakshmi, Dr.J.K.Raja-Scholars International Journal of Anatomy and Physiology vol3(1) pg 108-110-march 2019
  4. Variations in the origin of Ulnar artery-A cadaveric study- Scholars International Journal of Anatomy and Physiology- Dr.J.K.Raja, Dr.B.Ramkumar- Scholars International Journal of Anatomy and Physiology,vol2(2),pg77-80,Feb 2019
  5. The cadaveric study of pulmonary veins and its variations-- Dr.C.AdlineMisba,  Dr.J.K.Raja-  Indian Journal of Basic and Applied Medical Research; vol- 8, issue – 2, pg 240-244, march 2019.
  6. Study of Morphometry of corocoid process of scapula in South Indian Population-Dr.J.Senthil Kumar, Dr.B.Ramkumar Scholars International Journal of Anatomy and Physiology ,Vol 2(5) pg222-226-may 2019.
  7. Bilateral Unusual termination of Retromandibular vein and variations in the superficial veins of face and neck- Dr.E.Anitha, Dr.B.Ramkumar, Scholars International Journal of Anatomy and Physiology ,Vol 2(5), pg 217-221-may 2019

2018:

  1. Sinusoidal Dilatation in Liver of Adult Albino Wistar Rats with oral Febuxostat- Dr.C.AdlineMisba, Dr.V.Lakshmi-Stanley Medical Journal ,vol5(3) pg 37-39,Sep2018
  2. Vertebral level of origin of Branches of Abdominal Aorta-Dr.T.Vasantha Kumar, Dr.J.K.Raja-Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences,vol9(3),pg 1449-1457,May- June 2018
  3. Fetal origin of posterior cerebral artery- Morphological case study- Dr.T.Vasanthakumar, Dr.B.Ramkumar- Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences,vol9(3),pg 190-192,May- June 2018.

2017:

  1. Cadaveric Study of Left Renal Vein: A Rare Anomaly of the Left Renal Vein Draining into the Left Common Iliac Vein- Dr.B.Anbumalar, Dr.K.Sujatha-Indian Journal of Basic and Applied Medical Research,vol 6(2),pg531-534,March 2017
  2. A study on the profundafemoris artery and its perforator branches- -Dr.S.ElizabethPriyadarisini, Dr.S.Chitra- International Journal of Anatomy and Research, vol 5(1),pg 3644-47, 2017
  3. A study on the anatomical variations in the medial circumflex femoral artery-Dr.S.ElizabethPriyadarisini, Dr.S.Chitra.  International Journal of Anatomy and Research, vol 5(2.3), pg 3934-37,2017
  4. A study on the variations in the origin of the deep circumflex iliac artery -Dr.T.Vasanthakumar, Dr.S.ElizabethPriyadarisini - International Journal of Anatomy and Research, vol5(4) pg 4451-4454, 2017
  5. A study of common origin of lingual and facial artery from the external carotid artery- -Dr.M.AnuradhaDr.S.Chitra –International Journal of Anatomy and Research vol 5(1),pg 3656-58, 2017
  6. A study of the morphology and morphometry of the jugular foramen in the human dry skulls-Dr.M.Anuradha, Dr.S.Chitra -International Journal of Anatomy and Research vol5(2.3),pg 3938-42, 2017
  7. Morphometric study of hypoglossal canal in adult dry skulls- Dr.T.Vasanthakumar, Dr.M.Anuradha- International Journal of Anatomy and Research vol 5(4.1)pg 4474-77,2017

2016:

  1. Study of Variations of Main Renal Artery – Dr.K.Sujatha, Dr.Christilda Felicia Jebakumar, Dr.K.Damodharan – Stanley Medical Journal – Vol 3(3); pg 2-5July- Sep 2016
  2. Double superficial femoral vein with double popliteal vein-a cadaveric study-Dr.B.Anbumalar, Dr.S.Chitra- Indian.Journal of Basic and Applied Medical Research, vol 5, issue 3, pg 520 – 523 ,june 2016
  3. Anatomical variants of profundafemoris artery- Dr.V.Lakshmi, Dr.SudhaSeshayyan, Dr.S.Chitra-Int.Journal of Current Medical and Applied Sciences, vol9(3),pg156-158,Feb 2016

 

DISSERTATION:

  1. Morphological and radiological study of the human liver and its variations in the south Indian population by Dr.P.J.Seeja  (2016-19 )
  2. Morphological and radiological study of human spleen and splenic artery and their variations by Dr.S.Sivakumari (2016-19)
  3. The study of aortic root geometry-anatomical assessment by Dr.P.Maharathi (2017-20)
  4. The   Morphological and radiological study of  coronary arteries and its variations by Dr.MohamedSamiullah (2017-20)
  5. The study of brachial artery with its branching pattern and its variations by Dr.S.NasrinTaj (2018-21)
  6. The study of anatomy of posterior tibial artery and its variations by Dr.G.Yuvarani (2018-21).

PRIZES AND AWARDS WON:

  1. Our student Virudhagiriof 2008 batch has secured 26th rank All India level in the Annual Elsevier Quiz competition.         
  2. Best Poster Presentation by Dr. S. NasrinTaj conducted in SreeBalaji Medical College Chennai during Anatomy National Conference in 2019
  3. Best Poster Presentation by Dr. G. Yuvarani conducted in SreeBalaji Medical College Chennai during Anatomy National Conference in 2019.
  4. Best Poster Presentation by Dr.P.Maharathiconducted in SreeBalaji Medical College Chennai during Anatomy National Conference in 2018.
  5. Best Poster Presentation by Dr. Mohamed Samiullah conducted in SreeBalaji Medical College Chennai during Anatomy National Conference in 2018.
  6. Our MBBS students had won and secured first place in Intercollegiate Quiz for Anatomy AURIS 2018 conducted by Saveetha Medical College.
  7. Elsevier is conducting All India level quiz competition in Anatomy for undergraduate students.Our student S. Ramakrishnan ,2012 batch secured third place.
  8. Extrico –intracollegiate quiz competition is being conducted every year.​

MEDAL EXAM

  • RAMA RAO GOLD MEDAL EXAM

For undergraduate students - includes both theory and practical examinations.

 

CME’S WORKSHOPS / CONFERENCES CONDUCTED BY THE DEPARTMENT

LIST OF CME CONDUCTED IN THE DEPARTMENT

 

 

DATE

CME TOPIC

SPEAKERS

28th March 2008

RECENT ADVANCES IN ANATOMY

Dr.J. Thilagavathy

Dr.Radhakrishnan

25th January 2017

EMBRYOLOGY OF KIDNEYAND ITS ANOMALIES

Dr.J.Thilagavathy

Dr.K.Sujatha

21st June 2018

A JOURNEY TO REBIRTH OF HANDS

Prof Sudhaseshayyan

Prof Ramadevi

Dr.J.Thilagavathy

Dr.Indhumathi

Dr Shanthi

Dr Sujatha

Dr Nirmaladevi

 

WORKSHOPS CONDUCTED  BY OTHER DEPARTMENTS INVOLVING OUR DEPARTMENT

 

DATE

TOPIC

DEPARTMENT

21th May 2018

 

CADAVERIC DISSECTION FOR FREE FLAPS DECIPHERED

PLASTICSURGERY,

STANLEY MEDICAL COLLEGE

11TH Aug 2018

CADVERIC WORKSHOP ON TOTAL HIP REPLACEMENT

ORTHOPAEDICS DEPARTMENT,

STANLEY MEDICAL COLLEGE

Jan 2019

FOOT-VIDEO DEMONSTRATION OF DISSECTION OF SOLE

PLASTICSURGERY,

STANLEY MEDICAL COLLEGE

JULY 2019

BASIC SPINE CADAVER WORKSHOP

DEPARTMENT OF ORTHOPAEDICS

 

COVID RELATED ACTIVITIES:

  • Professor and Head of the Department is incharge of Tondiarpet Corona Screening centre where corona positive patients are daily screened.
  • The faculties of the Department of Anatomy are involved in Control room activity for corona control.
  • The faculties are also involved in ARMO duty, covid screening duty, HMIS work for COVID control works.