Sri Muthukumaran Medical College

SRI MUTHUKUMARAN MEDICAL COLLEGE
HOSPITAL AND RESEARCH INSTITUTE

SRI MUTHUKUMARAN MEDICAL COLLEGE HOSPITAL AND RESEARCH INSTITUTE

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About The Department

Anatomy is the first stepping stone in laying out a firm foundation for medical aspirants. With the sound grasp of normal body structure; medical professionals are able to reason out a just rationale towards any disease.
Academic teaching comprises of 9 Subdivisions along with Research education to stimulate and boost new ideas in Research domain. Postgraduate and other allied students also undergo training in the department.

The subject dynamism attracts General and Super Speciality surgeons to revisit cadaveric lab for advance skill sharpening and explore new surgical interventions on cadavers.

In this tech savvy era, the Department boasts High-End equipment like the Zeiss Digital microscope and Cameras that provide real time live streaming of histology slides and gross specimens and ready availability of Computers with LCD smart TV Displays. For ready resources, Latest digital software of great repute are freely accessible to students. Museum houses more than 400 best-dissected specimens for students to reread on all days. Through diverse Faculty Development Programmes, CME’s, Conferences, Seminars, up gradation and proficiency of department is constantly enhanced.

As the horizons of this speciality keep splaying, more and more highbrows engage in Anatomy as a career which provides both academic brilliance and job gratification.

Head of the Department

Dr. Mehandi. V. Mahajan, M.B.B.S., M.S., (Anatomy) DNB., MNAMS., (ACME)

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION

MEDICAL POST GRADUATION (M.S – ANATOMY)
TOPIWALA NATIONAL MUNICIPAL MEDICAL COLLEGE & BYL NAIR HOSPITAL,
University of Mumbai, India.

DIPLOMATE OF NATIONAL BOARD (ANATOMY)
NATIONAL BOARD OF DELHI.

MEDICAL GRADUATION (M.B.B.S)
LOKMANYA TILAK MUNICIPAL MEDICAL COLLEGE, University of Mumbai, India

LICENSURE & CERTIFICATION

108774
Tamil Nadu Medical Council, state division of Indian Medical Council.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

Member of the American Association of Clinical Anatomists
Member of the Anatomical Society of India
Member of the Society of Clinical Anatomists.
Member of National Academy of Medical Sciences.

MERITS & AWARDS

  • Speaker at CME – “Management of Stroke’’ at SMMCHRI- Dec 2021
  • Speaker at CME – “Geriatric Orthopaedics’’ at SMMCHRI- Dec 2021
  • Speaker at Symposium– “ CSF – Rhinorrhea’’ at SMMCHRI- March 2021
  • Awarded Certificate in “MCI Advance Course in Medical Education’’ (ACME) by MCI Nodal Centre, Sri Ramchandra Medical College, Chennai in November 2019.
  • QUIZ MASTER at the National Conference of Anatomy on Radiological Endoscopic and Recent Advances in Anatomy for Intercollegiate -RAENACON June 2017.
  • Chaired Session on Gross Anatomy/Embryology/Histology/Museum Techniques and Medical Education / Posters at International Conference in Anatomy At SBMCH -September 2016
  • Awarded The Best Paper ‘‘A Study of Students Perception About E-Learning’’ at The International Conference in Anatomy at SBMCH – Sept 2016.
  • M.M. Cooper Memorial award for the best paper “Duplication of Saphenous Vein” presented in Annual Conference of Association of Anatomists, held at Chengalpattu Government Medical College, Chennai, Oct. 2014.

PUBLICATIONS

  • Clinical implications in orbital and pterional flap surgeries as well as radio imaging studies to determine topographical prevalence and characterization of meningo-orbital foramen in orbits of the Indian population. International Journal of Morphology. 38(6):1810-1817, 2020.
  • A study of students’ perception about e-learning. Indian Journal of Clinical Anatomy and Physiology. 2020;5(4):501-507.
  • Infraorbital foramen: A Morphometric analysis in dry skulls of adult Indian population with its clinical implications. Indian Journal of Anatomy. Vol 7, No 5. Sept-Oct 2018. Pg.477-485.
  • Awareness on Tuberculosis/DOTS among Private Practitioners in and Around Chennai. Annals of International Medical and Dental Research (3), Issue (5). Pg. 6-13(2017).
  • Lung Function Abnormalities in Petrol Pump Workers in Suburban Areas of Chennai. Annals of International Medical and Dental Research, Vol (3), Issue (5). Pg.1-5(2017).
  • A complete duplication of the right and a segmental duplication of the left great saphenous vein – a case report. National Journal of Clinical Anatomy. 2015;04(02):93-97.

Events

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Publications

  1. Robert Dinesh Kumar: Perception of Medical Students about Online Learning in COVID-19 Era. Biomedicine: 2021; 41(1) 139-145
  2. V.Mahajan: Clinical implications in orbital and pterional flap surgeries as well as radio imaging studies to determine topographical prevalence and characterization of meningo-orbital foramen in orbits of the Indian population. International Journal of Morphology. 38(6):1810-1817, 2020.
  1. Robert Dinesh Kumar. Estimation Of Gestational Age Using Foetal Kidney Length During Second And Third Trimester In South Indian Population. Biomedicine: 2020; 40(4) 436- 341
  1. Rajan Mahalakshmi: Morphometric analysis of lower end of adult dry femur in south Indian population – A cross-sectional observational study and its clinical significance. Biomedicine- Vol. 40 No. 2: 2020.
  1. Robert Dinesh Kumar:A Study On The Morphological Variations Of The Liver And Its Clinical Significance, IP Indian Journal of Anatomy and Surgery of Head, Neck and Brain 2019; 5(4):110–113.
  1. V. Mahajan:A Study of Students Perception about E-Learning. Indian Journal of Clinical Anatomy and Physiology. Oct – Dec 2018, Vol 5 Issue 4.
  1. V. Mahajan: Infraorbital foramen: A Morphometric analysis in dry skulls of adult Indian population with its clinical implications. Indian Journal of Anatomy. Vol 7, No 5. Sept-Oct 2018. Pg.477-485.
  1. R.Parvathavarthine:Horse Shoe Kidney: a case report and review of its embryological, clinical and radiological significance. University Journal of Medicine and Medical Specialities. 2018, Vol. 4(4).
  1. R.Parvathavarthine:Needs assessment study for introduction of clinically oriented Anatomy sessions for 1 st year Medical students. International Journal of Scientific Study. July 2018:6(4):1-4.
  1. R.Parvathavarthine: Radiological observations of orbital perimeter among south Indian population –A CT study.International Archives of Integrated Medicine.2018; 5(12):61-65. 
  1. V. Mahajan: Awareness on Tuberculosis/DOTS among Private Practitioners in and Around Chennai. Annals of International Medical and Dental Research (3), Issue (5). Pg. 6-13(2017).
  1. V. Mahajan: Lung Function Abnormalities in Petrol Pump Workers in Suburban Areas of Chennai. Annals of International Medical and Dental Research, Vol (3), Issue (5). Pg.1-5(2017).
  1. V. Mahajan: A complete duplication of the right and a segmental duplication of the left great saphenous vein – a case report. National Journal of Clinical Anatomy. – Vol-4 (2) Pg. 93- 97 (2015).
  1. Rajan Mahalakshmi: Morphological Study of Renal Arteries in South Indian Population. Saudi Journal of Medicine. Vol-1, Iss-3(Oct-Dec, 2016):76-81.
  1. Sivavadivel: Impact of implant diameter and length on stress distribution in osseointegrated implants: A 3D FEA study. Journal of international society of preventive and community dentistry. Vol: 6 Nov-Dec 2016 Issue: 6 Page: 590-596
  1. Sivavadivel: An Anthropometric analysis of Mental Foramen in South Indian Population: A Dry Mandible Study. Journal of Medical Research and practice (JMRP) Volume 3, Issue 3 2014.
  1. Sivavadivel: Localization and morphometric evaluation of Supraorbital and Infraorbital foramen in Dravidian Population of Southern India: A paleoantropological study on dry skulls. IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences Volume 5, Issue 4 (Mar. – Apr. 2013), PP 18-23.