|S. No.||Name Of Faculty Members||Designation||Address||Mob. No.||Email ID|
|2||Dr. Anoop Singh Gurjar||Associate Professor||House No. 616, City Centre, Barmeremail@example.com|
|3||Dr. Ramkumar Singhal||Assistant Professor||Beriyon ka Baas, Rai Colony, Barmerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|4||Dr. Mukesh Fulwaria||Sr. Demonstrator||C/O Panna Lal Fulwaria, Shastri Nagar , Barmer Raj.||email@example.com|
|5||Dr. Sohel Solanki||Sr. Demonstrator||Near Panchayat Samiti, Madhuban Colony, Barmer Raj.||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|6||Dr. Alkesh Kumar Meena||Sr. Demonstrator||Room No. 401, Omega Tower Barmeremail@example.com|
DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY
The Department of Anatomy strives to offer an excellent learning environment for students, via our horizontal and vertical, integrated approach through topographic, microscopic and developmental anatomy, combining these with clinical correlation and learner centred methods in order to lay the basic foundation for research and a holistic approach to Medicine. Students will need a sound knowledge of human body as they venture into the clinical domain. This objective is achieved by practical training, using human cadavers, provided by donors on the basis of agreements to donate bodies for teaching purpose. The Department is dedicated to endow with value education, accomplish research, and concentrate on the fast growing requirements of the medical education and society.
The Department trains the students in all branches of Human Anatomy using conventional and innovative methods. Department also use new methods involving computer software, multimedia 3D projections and artificial specimens. The eccentric purpose of educating undergraduate students in Anatomy is to provide comprehensive knowledge of subject, encouraging environment for developing educational, ethical and leadership expertise; and strong hands on training through dissecting skills.
OBJECTIVES OF PROGRAM (MBBS)
· To provide the student with a thorough introduction of the characteristics, structure, development, function and clinical significance of the human body.
· To recognize anatomical structures, learning their developmental processes and apply their knowledge of anatomy to the cases that they will encounter during clinical training and future career.
· To maintain the highest standards of ethical and professional conduct.
(A) KNOWLEDGE: At the end of the course the student shall be able to:
(a) Comprehend the normal disposition, inter‐relationships, gross, functional and applied anatomy of the various structures in the body
(b) Identify the microscopic structures of various tissues, and organs in the human body and correlate the structure with the functions as a prerequisite for understanding the altered state in various disease processes.
(c) Comprehend the basic structure and connections of the central nervous system to analyse the integrative and regulative functions on the organ and systems and to locate the site of gross lesions according to the deficits encountered.
(d) To understand the basic principles of embryology including genetic inheritance and stages involved in development of the organs and systems from the time of conception till birth; to recognize the critical stages of normal development and the effects of common teratogens, genetic mutations and environmental hazards on it; to explain the developmental basis of the occurrence of major variations, abnormalities and congenital anomalies
(e) To study the basic principles of radiology and newer modalities such as CT Scan, USG, MRI etc., for comprehending deeper structures in a living human body.
(B) SKILLS: At the end of the course the students shall be able to:
(a) Identify and locate all the structures of the body and mark the topography of the living anatomy.
(b) Identify the organs and tissues under the microscope
(c) Understanding the principles of karyotyping and identify gross congenital anomalies.
(d) Understand the principles of newer imaging techniques and interpretation of Computerized Tomography (CT) scan, sonogram, etc.
(e) Understand clinical basis of some common clinical procedure i.e. intramuscular and intravenous injection, lumbar puncture and kidney biopsy etc.
To Summarize, the teaching will be done under the following heads:
1. General anatomy
2. Gross anatomy (study and dissection or various regions of body Lower extremity, upper extremity, thorax, abdomen, pelvis, brain, head and neck)
3. Microanatomy (Histology)
4. Embryology (General and Systemic including Genetics)
· The Department of Anatomy at Medical College, Barmer is on the ground floor of the academic block.
· It comprises of well trained and experienced post-graduate faculty members. The teaching faculty is known for student-friendly methods of teaching.
· The Department consists of air conditioned dissection hall that is well lighted, equipped with multimedia, provided with models, charts and skeleton. It is also provided with a mortuary cooler for storage and cooling of cadavers. Human cadavers are available for dissection purpose.
· Museum is equipped with models of gross anatomy, embryology and neuroanatomy. It also have articulated and dis-articulated skeletons and carefully selected X-ray, CT and MRI films for student learning activities.
· The Department is equipped with a furnished, spacious, well ventilated histology laboratory with 60 binocular microscopes and a slide projecting microscope with screen for demonstration of histological slides.
· Research laboratory is also available in the department.
· Departmental library have latest books and journals with air conditioned sitting arrangement.
· Two Demonstration rooms are available with audio-visual aids.
The Department of Anatomy have a balanced approach with a combination of didactic lectures, dissection, demonstration of cadavers, problem based learning and small group discussions. Lectures are made interesting and lively with use of multimedia.
Publications by faculty
Articles in Peer-reviewed Journals
Dr.Anoop Singh Gurjar
1.Parakh P, Babel M, Parakh M, Gurjar AS, Gurjar M, Dara P, Choudhary S. A prospective study to evaluate influence of maternal, obstetric and fetal risk factors on the outcome of asphyxiated neonates born intramurally and extramurally. Int J Res Med Sci, 2019,7(4),1120
2.Parakh P, Gurjar M, Babel M and Gurjar AS. A study evaluating the incidence of tubal blockage in infertility patients and comparison of laparoscopic chromopertubation with hysterosalpingography and sonosalpingography. Scholars Journal of Applied Medical Sciences, 2017, 5(11A), 4330.
3.Gurjar M, Mathur R, Gurjar AS and Parakh P. study of dyslipidemia in elderly male population with benign prostatic hyperplasia. Scholars Journal of Applied Medical Sciences, 2017, 5(9D), 3789.
4. Kataria SK,Gurjar AS, Parakh M, Gurjar M, Parakh P and Sharma RP. Neuro-anatomical study of a rare brain malformation: Lissencephaly, A report of eleven patients. Indian Journal of Neurosciences, 2016, 2(1):1-5.
5. Sharma RP, Kataria SK, Raichandani L, Gurjar AS,Agarwal R, Kataria K and Raichandani S. Curcuma Longa Ameiliorates; amorphous, apoptotic, inflammatory and nuclear changes caused by 2G cell phone radiation exposure in myocardium of albino rats. International Journal of Advanced Research and Review, 2016, 1(5), 42-52.
6.Sharma RP, Kataria SK, Raichandani L, Gurjar AS, Kataria K and Raichandani S. A comparative study of effects of formalin exposure on visual acuity in first year M.B.B.S. students. International Journal of Applied Research, 2016, 2(2): 704.
7.Gurjar AS, Parakh M, Gurjar M, Kataria SK, Parakh P: A rare case of right sided congenital ptosis due to focal dehiscence of the cribriform plate. European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2015, 2(5), 363 -368.
8.Mehta B, Chawla VK, Parakh M, Bhandari B, Gurjar AS. ABER Assessment in Pre- School Children with Developmental Speech and Language Impairment. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research, 2015, 9(5), CC01.
9..Mehta B, Chawla VK, Parakh M, Parakh P, Bhandari B, Gurjar AS. EEG abnormalities Assessment in Children with Speech and Language Impairment. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research, 2015, 9(7), CC04.
10.Gurjar AS,Kataria SK, Parakh M, Gurjar M and Parakh P: Clinico-anatomic study of congenital CNS Malformation. International Journal of Research and Medicine,2014, 3(4):61-65.
11..Parakh M, Parakh P, Bhansali S, Gurjar AS, Parakh P, Mathur G. A Clinico-Epidemiologic Study of Neurologic Associations and Factors Related to Speech and Language Delay. National Journal of Community Medicine,2012, 3(3), 522
- Ramkumar Singhal, S.M.Patel, Madhuri Agrawal, Srushti Rupareliya, Dhara Patel, Anuj Shrivastava. Sonographic Measurement of Spleen in Relation to Age: A Prospective Study in Adult Gujarati Population. Indian Journal of Anatomy.Vol7(4); July-August 2018.
- Ramkumar Singhal, Dhara Patel , S.M.Patel, , Anuj Shrivastava. Ultrsonographic Measurement of Splenic Length in Relation With Height in Gujarati Population. Indian Journal of Anatomy.Vol5(3); September-December 2016.
- Madhuri Agrawal, Ramkumar Singhal et al. Seroprevalence and Trend of Transfusion Transmissible Infectious Diseases among Blood Donors in Bhavnagar District, Gujarat; India- A 5 Year Retrospective Analysis. Indian journal of research in Medicine. 2014;3(3);100-104.
- Madhuri Agrawal, Ramkumar Singhal et al. Screening of Anti-HBc in Blood Donors for the Presence of Occult HBV Activity. Indian journal of research in Medicine. 2013;2(2);12-15.