Dept of Anatomy

VISION

“One Department - One Vision”
A chieve academic excellence through outstanding teaching programs
N urture a conducive and safe environment for the training of students
A im towards more effective & efficiency of the department
T ap expertise outside the department
O ptimization of limited resources
M ore of 'we' and less of 'me' - to inspire the spirit of teamwork
Y ield-work smart through continual self-assessment to achievement
The Department of Anatomy aspires to contribute the best at teaching the structure of the human body in a clinically relevant context to students in the health professions and make every effort for the excellence in anatomy education by:
• Presenting quality education to our students.
• Developing and using the most effective and modern teaching techniques available
• Advancing as a resource for our clinical colleagues who benefit from anatomic studies.
• Contributing to the improvement of medical education by conducting meaningful research in education and assessments.

MISSION

Our mission is to develop and promote the knowledge in the field of the anatomy. Our department is committed to lay strong foundation for medical education with emphasis on clinically relevant course material so as to address a crucial need for patient care, support and medical research in basic sciences. Our department is determined promote biomedical knowledge in the field of the anatomical sciences by encompassing education and research in Gross Anatomy, Developmental Anatomy, Microscopic Anatomy & Medical Education and to share anatomical knowledge with the society. Our department provides quality and innovative teaching through expertise in the servicing of under-graduate and post-graduate programmes. We focus on making the learning environments conducive for students to achieve their goals in life.

HOD Message

HOD

“To me leader is someone who breeds more leaders”
The Department of Human Anatomy of Sree Balaji Dental College & Hospital, Bharath Institute of Higher Education & Research offer a well made anatomy education for undergraduate and postgraduate students pursuing courses in dentistry. We are a collegial community of researchers and educators dedicated to providing a rich educational environment for undergraduate & postgraduate students and maintain our research at the highest levels of excellence.
The students undertake a comprehensive and integrated course in Gross Anatomy, Neuroanatomy, Microscopic Anatomy and Developmental anatomy which firms a basis for a medical career. Our faculty are offering a platform where anatomy is taught with emphasis on clinical applications in each course. We have the facilities and infrastructure to deliver our courses at its best. Collaborations and linkages are key in our ability to advance research.
Each one of us is unique in our own sense and essence. I feel biggest achievement of education is when you learn your purpose and very basis of your existence is to be humble, noble and resourceful. The first step to success is not be afraid to TRY and not to be afraid of failing, because every failure teaches you the ways in which success cannot be achieved and knowing that is the biggest SUCCESS. “Ships are safer in harbour, but that is not what ships are built for”.

Dr. G. Sumathy
Professor & Head
Department of Anatomy
Sree Balaji Dental College & Hospital

Faculty profile

Head ot the Department

Professors

Assistant Professor

Technician

Mr. Ravikumar

Attender

Mrs. Saraswathi

Department History

Anatomy is often described as the “tough subject”, however, the stint with anatomy at the department had always spelt magic for all students. The Department of Anatomy was established in the year 1988. We are privileged to say that the Department of Anatomy was started three decades ago. We, being first and foremost department of Basic Sciences departments, work with the sole aim of laying a strong and thorough foundation in the fundamentals of medicine for the under graduates and post graduates.
Our department is placed in the second floor in the campus. It is an active pre-clinical department. It fulfils the required infrastructure and qualified teaching faculty as per DCI norms. In this department, the area of course deals with the human anatomy along with developmental anatomy (embryology), microscopic anatomy (histology), neuroanatomy and genetics caught by extremely dedicated team comprising of experienced senior faculties and energetic young junior staff members.
The department was initiated and headed by Prof. Dr. Helen Rodricks who was extremely passionate about anatomy in the year 1988 followed by Dr. Anantha Raman Iyer added colour and glory. From then on, the fame and name of the college has continued to grow far and wide. Successive professors, Dr. Thiruvengadam and Dr.Kamalesh Sundareswaran have contributed enormously to the development of department and also the college in the year 1999. Prof. Dr Kamalesh Sundareswaran MBBS, MS Anatomy, is our dynamic and senior most faculty who has more than three decades of experience in Tamilnadu Govt. service and 14 years of experience at Sree Balaji Dental College and Hospital. Subsequently Dr. G. Sumathy, Ph.D., took over the responsible as the head of the department in February 2016.
Our department is having highly experienced competent and motivated team of faculties, who are efficiently trained to make a student competent by using evidence-based techniques in medical education.

Academic Curriculam and Activities

COURSE CURRICULUM

Includes the practical training on concerned topics related to human anatomy (Head and Neck). It consists of the Gross anatomy, Osteology, embryology, histology, radiology, surgical anatomy and genetics. The students were divided into groups and made them to attend all the above subjects in rotation.

UG PROGRAMME:

The innovative teaching and research strategies adopted by the department are directed to develop self learning habits in students through dissection, discussions, symposium & seminars. The department is using modern teaching & learning resources.

PG PROGRAMME:

The department is guiding post graduate students of various dental departments in our campus. Dissection videos, 3D models and dissected specimens been used for teaching the subject in depth.
ACADEMIC ACTIVTIES:
A. CLASSES:
1. Theory class
Theory Class room - provided with Projector with centralized A/C
2. Practical class
Dissection Practical Class,
Histology,
Embryology with 3D Models and Radiology.
B. INTERNAL ASSESMENT TEST:

1. Theory test
2. Practical test
a. Gross - Anatomy Specimens
b. 3D - Embryology Models
c. Bones
d. Charts
e. Histology Slides under Light Microscope
Students are motivated to do
a. Assignments
b. Seminar
c. Publication
d. Intercollegiate quiz competitions.
PhD PROGRAMME:
Approved Ph. D Supervisors
1. Dr. G. Sumathy, M.Sc., Ph. D - Reg.No: RS059
2. Dr. B. Sathyapriya, BDS., MSc., Phd., - Reg.No: RS249

LIST OF ONGOING PROJECTS
List of Research Scholars from other institutions/universities (External)
1. Mrs. A. Rajalakshmi Reg. No. - D16MS011
Topic: An in-vivo study on the effects of Gymnema Sylvester’s leaf extracts on fatty liver in type 2 diabetes mellitus in Wistar albino rats
2. Dr. Aparna Gullapalli Reg. No. - D16MS016
Topic: Chromosomal abnormalities in subject with congenital heart diseases
3. B. Sivaraja Ganesan Reg. No. - D16MS508
Topic: Optimization of semen cryopreservation technique for oligoasthenozoospermic patients 4. Mrs. S. Kiruba Reg. No. - D16MS509 Topic: Effects of Momordica cymbalaria on hypercholesterolemic model of male Wistar albino rats
5. Dr. S. Kanimozhi Reg. No. - D16MS511
Topic: Effects of Nigella sativa on testicular injuries of male Wistar albino rats.
6. Dr. Senthil Kumar Reg. No. - D16MS512
Topic: Assessment of relationship between Cheiloscopy, Dactyloscopy and personality/ character among the human volunteers in the age range of 21-40 years- A cross sectional study
7. Mr. Sudhakara Babu Chelli Reg. No. - D18MS506
Topic: Study on Immunohistochemistry of umbilical cord with histological changes and neonatal repercussions in intrauterine growth restriction
8. Mr. Upendhar Reddy Pulluru Reg. No. - D18MS502
Topic: Histomorphometric study of placenta with nutritional status and lateral outcome and its correlation with maternal anthropometric in IUGR
9. Dr. Vijay Andrew Ebenezer Reg.No. - D18DS503
Topic: Immediate implant placement with autogenous bone graft
10. Dr.R. Balakrishnana Reg. No. - D18DS502
Topic: Assessment of alveolar ridge preservation using beta tricalcium phosphate and hydroxyapatite.

DEPARTMENT RESOURCES
The Department upholds the prestige of the discipline among the fraternity of staff members. The department has developed the following laboratories.
• Gross anatomy:
Here, the department consists of a separate dissection hall with storage tank for the cadavers as well as for the dissected wet specimens, colored and labeled dissected charts and dissection tables for the demonstrations of the students.
• Histology laboratories:
The histology lab is well equipped with adequate numbers of microscopes with ample luminosity for the student to demonstrate with the histological slides.
• Museum:
The museum of the department is made available with the wet specimens, models, charts and bones.
• Radiological anatomy:
Various X-rays related to head and neck region are collected for the demonstration purpose of the student.
• Developmental Anatomy:
The embryological models are available for the students to understand the developing processes of the individual structures related to head and neck region.
• Osteology:
Abundant numbers of dry bones are available for the demonstration purpose of the student which is placed in the museum.
• Genetics:
Various basic and clinical genetic charts are available for the reference of the students.

Conferences and Seminars

1. SBD ANATCON’18 -41st Annual conference of Association of Anatomists, Tamil nadu

The 41st Annual conference of Association of Anatomists, Tamil nadu - SBD ANATCON’18 was conducted by the Department of Anatomy, Sree Balaji Dental College & Hospital, Bharath institute of higher education and research under the auspices of Indian Association of Anatomists - Tamil nadu on 13th and 14th of October 2018 at the Sree Lakshi Ammal Auditorium of Sree Balaji Dental College Hospital, Chennai. The conference was organized with Prof. Dr. G. Sumathy, Organizing Chairman and Dr. B. Sathyapriya & Dr.B.Chandrakala, as Organizing Committee Members.
The conference was embarked with an inauguration ceremony with the Guest of Honour, Dr. Kanagasabai, Vice Chancellor of BIHER flanked by Prof Dr Bhuminathan, Registrar of BIHER, Prof Dr Ragavendra Jayesh, Principal of Sree Balaji Dental College & Hospital and Prof. Dr. S. Kamalesh, Emeritus Professor, Department of Anatomy, Sree Balaji Dental College & Hospital. Prof. Dr. Girija, President, Association of Anatomists, Tamil nadu and Prof Dr. Senthil kumar, General Secretary, Association of Anatomists, Tamil nadu were also present in this occasion. The Guest of Honour, Dr. V. Kanagasabai delivered the inaugural address followed a series of lectures by eminent clinicians and anatomists.

The conference was a successful gathering of over 450 delegates and eminent speakers from various reputed organizations and their paramount talks enlightened the delegates. The experts from various specialties shared their knowledge and experiences on the following topics:
1. ‘Role of three primary colours in teaching third week of human embryo development’ by Dr. Rajan, M.S., (PhD)., Prof & Head, Department of Anatomy, Arupadai Veedu Medical College& Hospital, Puducherry.
2. “The Anatomical Basis of Cardiac Surgical Practice” by Dr.Jacob Jamesraj, M.S., Mch., Senior Consultant Cardiothoracic Surgeon, MMM Hospital, Chennai.
3. “Teaching with Models” by Dr. Martin Lucas, M.D., Prof & Head, Department of Anatomy, K.S.Hegde Medical Academy, Mangalore.
The conference was useful for the 450 delegates including the clinicians, anatomists, basic medical scientists and research scholars. The Tamilnadu Dr. MGR Medical University has awarded 20 credit points for this conference under category 2.


The Inauguration ceremony of SBD ANATCON’18 - 41st Annual Conference of Association of Anatomists, Tamil Nadu on 13th and 14th October, 2018.

Release of Souvenir in SBD ANATCON’18 - 41st Annual Conference of Association of Anatomists, Tamil Nadu on 13th October, 2018.

Dr. Rajan, M.S.,(PhD)., Prof & Head, Department of Anatomy, Arupadai Veedu Medical & Hospital, Puducherry.delivered a Guest Lecture entitled ‘Role of three primary colours in teaching third week of human embryo development’ in SBD ANATCON’18 - 41st Annual Conference of Association of Anatomists, Tamil Nadu on 13th October 2018.

Dr.Jacob Jamesraj, M.S., Mch., MMM Hospital, Chennai delivered a Guest Lecture entitled “The Anatomical Basis of Cardiac Surgical Practice” in SBD ANATCON’18 - 41st Annual Conference of Association of Anatomists, Tamil Nadu on 13th October 2018

Dr. Martin Lucas, M.D., K.S.Hegde Medical Academy, Mangalore delivered a Guest Lecture entitled “Teaching with Models” in SBD ANATCON’18 - 41st Annual Conference of Association of Anatomists, Tamil Nadu on 13th October 2018

Dr.G.Sumathy, Professor & Head, Department of Anatomy was elected as the President of the Association of Anatomists, Tamilnadu for the year 2018 and the same was handed over by the yesteryear President of the Association of Anatomists, Tamilnadu.

Culture event by 2nd year BDS students at SBD ANATCON’18 - 41st Annual Conference of Association of Anatomists, Tamil Nadu on 14th October 2018.

2. Sprouts 2018 - An Educational Field Trip

The sixth & seventh grade Students of Navadisha Montessori School came for an educational field trip ‘Sprouts 2018” on 24th March 2018 to the department of Anatomy. The school children were excited to explore the museum, histology lab and the dissection hall of the department. This programme was a more like a “Hands-on Science” workshop that involve tactile and kinaesthetic learning unlike “In-school Science” workshops that move from classroom to classroom. This educational field trip offered an opportunity to motivate and connect students to appreciate and understand classroom concepts, which increase a student’s knowledge foundation, promoting further learning and higher level thinking strategies The first year BDS students were actively involved in this programme and educated the children about the various systems in the human body through three dimensional models and charts. Useful recommendations were made to the class teachers sixth & seventh grade Students of Navadisha Montessori School to guide students on further field trips so as to enrich their knowledge on Human Anatomy.

The Staffs from the Department of Anatomy and the First year BDS students interacting with the school children in the programme “Sprouts 2018 – An Educational Field Trip” from Navadisha Montessori School on 24th March 2018

3. Colloquium on Clinical Neuroanatomy and Essence of Microanatomy

The Colloquium on Clinical Neuroanatomy and Essence of Microanatomy was conducted by the Department of Anatomy, Sree Balaji Dental College & Hospital, Bharath institute of higher education on 26th of September 2020 through Zoom Video Conferencing Application. The conference was organized with Prof. Dr. G. Sumathy, Organizing Chairman and Dr. B. Sathyapriya & Dr.B.Chandrakala, as the Organizing Committee Members. The conference was embarked with an inauguration ceremony with the Guest of Honor, Prof. Dr.Deepthi Shastri, President, Association of Anatomists, Tamil nadu and Prof. Dr.Senthilkumar, General Secretary, Association of Anatomists, Tamil nadu flanked by Prof. Dr Bhuminathan, Registrar of BIHER and Prof Dr Ragavendra Jayesh, Principal of Sree Balaji Dental College & Hospital. The organizing chairman Prof. Dr. G. Sumathy, delivered the inaugural address followed a series of lectures by eminent clinicians and microbiologists. The conference was a successful gathering of over 295 delegates and eminent speakers from various reputed organizations and their paramount talks enlightened the delegates. The experts from various specialties shared their knowledge and experiences on the following topics: 1. “Blood Supply of CNS and its Clinical Correlation” by Dr. G.P.Pal, M.S.,DSc.,FAST.,FAMS., FASc., FNASc., Emeritus Professor, Department of Anatomy, MGM Medical College & Hospital, Indore. 2. “Histology in Nutshell” by Dr.J.P.Gunasegaran, M.Sc., PhD. Professor, Department of Anatomy, Pondicherry Institute of Medical Sciences (A Unit of Madras Medical Mission), Puducherry.

Dr. G.P.Pal, M.S.,DSc.,FAST.,FAMS., FASc., FNASc., Emeritus Professor, Department of Anatomy, MGM Medical College & Hospital, Indore delivered a Guest Lecture entitled “Blood Supply of CNS and its Clinical Correlation” in COLLOQUIUM 2020 on 24th September 2020

Dr.J.P.Gunasegaran, M.Sc., PhD. Professor, Department of Anatomy, Pondicherry Institute of Medical Sciences (A Unit of Madras Medical Mission), Puducherry delivered a Guest Lecture entitled “Histology in Nutshell” in COLLOQUIUM 2020 on 24th September 2020

4. CME Programme on Emotional Wellbeing and Coping during Pandemic

Public health actions, such as social distancing, are necessary to reduce the spread of COVID-19, but they can make us feel isolated and lonely and can increase stress and anxiety. Emotional well-being plays a significant role is maintaining positive mental health. As students may be impacted in multiple ways by COVID-19 and the closure of colleges, it is critical that we are mindful of their emotional well-being and having conversations with our students around COVID-19 can be difficult. Hence this CME Programme on Emotional Wellbeing and Coping during Pandemic was conducted by the Department of Anatomy, Sree Balaji Dental College & Hospital, and Bharath institute of higher education on 5th of December 2020 through Zoom Video Conferencing Application. The conference was organized with Prof. Dr. G. Sumathy, Organizing Chairman and Dr. B. Sathyapriya & Dr.B.Chandrakala, as the Organizing Commitee Members. Dr.Yogesh Kanna Sathyamurthy, BTech., MS., PhD (Nerurosceience), Associate Professor of Nerurosceience, CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Bengaluru, delivered a speech on Emotional Wellbeing and Coping during Pandemic for the first year BDS students. His valuable speech encouraged and helped the students deal with anxiety, fear of isolation and face uncertainties during the pandemic period

Dr.Yogesh Kanna Sathyamurthy, BTech., MS., PhD (Nerurosceience), Associate Professor of Nerurosceience, CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Bengaluru, delivered a speech on Emotional Wellbeing and Coping during Pandemic for the first year BDS student

3. Colloquium on Clinical Neuroanatomy and Essence of Microanatomy

5. Symposium on Neuroanatomy Neuroanatomy has been deemed crucial for clinical neurosciences. It has been one of the most challenging parts of the anatomical curriculum and hence this webinar series was planned to improve the skills of students and to promote a deep learning.
Symposium on Neuroanatomy was conducted by the Department of Anatomy, Sree Balaji Dental College & Hospital, and Bharath institute of higher education on 6th, 13, 20th & 27th of October and 3rd, 10th, 17th & 24th of November 20202 through WebEx Video Conferencing Application. The webinar series was organized with Prof. Dr. G. Sumathy, Organizing Chairman and Dr. B. Sathyapriya & Dr.B.Chandrakala, as the Organizing Committee Members.
The aim of this webinar series is to deepen understanding of topographical anatomy of the central and peripheral nervous system and to understand relevant clinical, functional and radiological anatomy of the central nervous system.
The experts from various specialties shared their knowledge and experiences on the following topics:
1. “Cerebral Hemispheres” by Dr. Vishali, M.Sc.,Ph.D Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, Meenakshi Ammal Dental College & Hospital, Chennai on 6th October 2020.
2. “Brain Stem – Part I” by Dr. Kayal Vizhi, M.Sc.,Ph.D Professor, Department of Anatomy, Pt. Bhagawat Dayal Sharma PGIMS,Haryana, on 13th October 2020.
3. “Brain Stem – Part II” by Dr. Kayal Vizhi , M.Sc.,Ph.D Professor, Department of Anatomy, Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma PGIMS, Rotac, Haryana on 20th October 2020.
4 “Blood supply of Brain – Part I” by Dr. Aruna, M.Sc.,Ph.D Professor, Department of Anatomy, Rajahs Dental College & Hospital, Chennai on 27th October 2020.
5. “Blood supply of Brain – Part II” by Dr. Aruna, M.Sc.,Ph.D Professor, Department of Anatomy, Rajahs Dental College & Hospital, Chennai on 3rd November 2020.
6. “ Blood supply of Spinal Cord ” by Dr. Ganesh Lakshmanan, BHMS., M.Sc.,Ph.D Senior Lecturer, Department of Anatomy, Saveetha Dental College & Hospital, Chennai on 10th November 2020.
7. “Cerebellum” by Dr. Karthik Ganesh, M.Sc.,Ph.D Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, Saveetha Dental College & Hospital, Chennai on 17th November2020.
8. “Ventricles of Brain” by Dr. Jayakumari, M.Sc.,Ph.D Professor, Department of Anatomy, Sree Balaji Dental College & Hospital, Chennai on 24th November 2020.

Awards & Recognition

PRESIDENT OF THE ASSOCIATION OF ANATOMISTS, TAMILNADU FOR THE YEAR 2018

Dr.G.Sumathy, Professor & Head, Department of Anatomy was elected as the President of the Association of Anatomists, Tamilnadu for the year 2018 and the same was handed over by the yesteryear President of the Association of Anatomists, Tamilnadu. YOUNG SOCIAL ACTIVIST AWARD

Dr B Sathyapriya, Professor, Dept of Anatomy received “ YOUNG SOCIAL ACTIVIST AWARD ” in Women’s Day celebrations conducted by Sree Sakthi Educational Trust for Children & Imayam Foundations for conducting free dental camps and educating the children on parts of the human body at various govt schools on 12th March 2018. BUDDING RESEARCH AWARD – BIOTRENDS 2018

Dr B Sathyapriya, Professor, Dept of Anatomy received “BUDDING RESEARCHER AWARD” in BIOTRENDS 2018 – A National Summit on Recent trends in the field of Stem Cell Biology, Human Genetics and Advanced Bioinformatics on 26th and 27th February 2018 at IIT Madras, Chennai DR.LALITHA KAMAESHWARAN BEST RESEARCH PAPER AWARD – TABSCON 2018

Dr B Sathyapriya, Professor, Dept of Anatomy received “ DR. LALITHA KAMAESHWARAN BEST RESEARCH PAPER AWARD” for Micronucleus Assay for Evaluating Malignant Transformation of Proneoplastic Lesions and for Bio monitoring on Individuals with Oral Squamous cell carcinoma presented at TABSCON – D – 2018, Tagore Dental College & Hospital, Chennai.

Research and Publications

Dr. G. Sumathy

Professor & Head

 

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

Serial No.

Title

Journal

Indexing agency

  1.  

Validation of high performance thin layer
chromatography for the identification of gymnemagenin from ethanolic leaf extract of gymnema sylvestre r. Br.

Biochem. Cell. Arch. 

 

SCOPUS

  1.  

Therapeutic Uses of Momordica Cymbalaria – A Review

International journal of research in pharmaceutical sciences

SCOPUS

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Gymnema Sylvestre-A Review. 

International journal of research in pharmaceutical sciences

SCOPUS

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Protective Effects of Edible Plants against Nicotine Induced Reproductive Toxicity –A Review

International journal of research in pharmaceutical sciences

SCOPUS

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A clinical study on neikuri in paandu noi On the basis of Siddha pathology and pathogenesis

Journal of critical reviews

SCOPUS

  1.  

Postnatal aspects of intrauterine Growth restriction”- a review article

Journal of critical reviews

SCOPUS

  1.  

A Study On HypophysisCerebri In Slender Loris

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

  1.  

An Anatomical Study Of Situs Inversus Totalis

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

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A Review on Craniosynostosis

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

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A Review on Tay-Sachs Disease

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

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A Review On Temporomandibular Joint And Its Disorders

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

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"Congenital Anomalies Associated With Syndromic And Non-Syndromic Cleft Lip And Palate – Review Article".,

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

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Brain Stem Death

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

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Cervical Dystonia-Torticollis

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

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Comparative Study on Second Year Syndrome among Medical, Dental and Paramedical Students

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

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Deformities, Dystrophies And Discoloration Of The Nails

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

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Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva [FOP]

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

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Frontofacionasal Dysplasia- A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

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Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Genioglossus

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

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Pierre Robin Syndrome: A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

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Pleomorphic Adenoma of Parotid Gland- A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

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Relationship between Lip Print and Dental CariesSurvey Article

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

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Stickler Syndrome – A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

  1.  

Submandibular Sialadenitis - A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

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Arachnoid Cyst

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

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A Review on Genioplasty

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

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"A Review on Oculofaciocardiodental Syndrome".

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

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A Review on Trigeminal Neuralgia

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

  1.  

Assessment and Analysis for Internal Derangement of Temporomandibular Joint

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

  1.  

Clinical Significance Of  Hyoid Bone Review Article

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

  1.  

Comparison Of Oral Health-Related Awareness Among Dental Students And Students Of Other Disciplines – Survey Article

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

  1.  

"Impacted Wisdom Teeth".

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

  1.  

Dentistry Meets Artistry - Facial Aesthetics

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

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Effects of Morphological Changes In sella turcica: A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

  1.  

"Horner’s Syndrome – A Review"

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

  1.  

"Human Bite Marks In Forensic Dentistry".

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

  1.  

Iridology- A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

  1.  

Killian Jamieson Diverticulum,

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

  1.  

MacEwen’s Triangle- A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

  1.  

Odontogenic Maxillary Sinusitis

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

  1.  

Oral Hygiene Affects A Persons Overall Health

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

  1.  

Retromolar Foramen and its Clinical Significance in Dry Human Manbibles

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

  1.  

Advancements of Laser Dentistry

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

  1.  

Artificial Intelligence in Dentistry

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260

SCOPUS

  1.  

Chronic Sinusitis – A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

  1.  

Eruption of Tooth

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

  1.  

Morphological Variations of the Foramen Magnum in Adult Human Dry Skull in South Indian Population

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

  1.  

Functional Neuroanatomy for Basal Ganglia

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

  1.  

KliPpelFielSyndrome – A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

  1.  

Mandible Fracture – A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

  1.  

Morphology Study of Position, Shape, and Size of Mental Foramen in Dry Adult Human Mandibles

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

  1.  

Morphometric Study of Coronoid Process on Dry Mandible

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

  1.  

Periodontal Diseases – A Risk factor for Diabetics

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

  1.  

A Review on Cleft Lip and Palate

 European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

  1.  

Apert Syndrome - a Review

 European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

  1.  

A Review on Clinical Significance of Hyoid Bone

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

  1.  

Congenital Spinal Deformities

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

  1.  

Histological Studies on Pancreatic Tissue in High Fat Diet with Low Multiple Dosage of Streptozotocin Induced Type 2 Diabetes After Gymnema Sylvestre Administration

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development,

SCOPUS

  1.  

Phytochemicalanalysis of the Ethanolic Extract of the Leaves of Gymnema Sylvestre

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development,

SCOPUS

  1.  

Sperm Preparation by Using Microfluidic Sperm Sorting Device Increase ICSI Success Rate

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development,

SCOPUS

  1.  

Assessments of Relationship between Cheiloscopy and Personality/Character among Human Volunteers in the Age Range of 21 to 40: A Cross Sectional Study

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development,

SCOPUS

  1.  

Therapeutic Uses of Momordica Cymbalaria: Review

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development,

SCOPUS

  1.  

Divine Proportion of the Height  of the Human Body Vs Navel Height

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development,

SCOPUS

  1.  

An Anatomical Study on Position of Mandibular Foramen in Dry Adult Human Mandibles

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development,

SCOPUS

  1.  

Occupational Hazards of Xylene and its Preventive Measures

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development,

SCOPUS

  1.  

Xylene–A Potential Health Hazard―A Review

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development,

SCOPUS

  1.  

Protective Effects of Plants Against Nicotine Induced Reproductive Toxicity in Male Animal Models: A Literature Review

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development,

SCOPUS

  1.  

Toll-like receptors in periodontitis

Drug Invention Today

SCOPUS

  1.  

8-Hydroxy deoxyguanosine - A potential biomarker in periodontitis

Drug Invention Today

SCOPUS

  1.  

Bulimia Nervosa – A Psychiatric Eating Disorder

Acta scientific medical sciences

Index Copernicus, Google scholar

  1.  

Complete Type of Metopism in Adult Human Dry Skull – Anatomical Variation

International Journal of Current Research in Medical Sciences

Index Copernicus, Google scholar

  1.  

Morphological analysis of location of pterion in human dry skull

International Journal of Current Research

Index Copernicus, Google scholar

  1.  

Edentulous and Sex Dependent Changes in the Mandibular Condyles of the Southern Indian Population

International Journal of Anatomical Sciences

International Journal of Anatomical Search, Referred

  1.  

An incidence of unilateral linguofacial trunk on adult female cadaver

Biomedicine

Scopus

  1.  

Elongated styloid process: A study

J Pharm BioallSci

PubMed

 

  1.  

Nicotine Exposure During Gestation on Neonatal Rat Testis Indicate Possibility of Fertility Impairment at Adulthood

International Journal of Anatomical Sciences

SCOPUS

  1.  

Morphological analysis of the maxillary
arch and hard palate in edentulous maxilla
of South Indian dry skulls

Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy

SCOPUS

Dr. B. Sathyapriya

Professor 

 

S.No

 

Title

 

Journal

 

Indexing Agency

1.       

Retromolar Foramen and its Clinical Significance in Dry Human Manbibles

 

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

2.       

Bone Graft in Endodontics.

Journal of Critical Reviews.

SCOPUS

3.       

Prevalence of TMJ Disorders in Patients undergoing Third Molar Extraction.

Journal of Critical Reviews.

SCOPUS

4.       

Morphological Variations of the Foramen Magnum in Adult Human Dry Skull in South Indian Population

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

5.       

Morphology Study of Position, Shape, and Size of Mental Foramen in Dry Adult Human Mandibles

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

6.       

Advancements of Laser Dentistry

 

 

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

7.       

Assessment and Analysis for Internal Derangement of Temporomandibular Joint

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

8.       

Dentistry Meets Artistry - Facial Aesthetics

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

9.       

Comparison Of Oral Health-Related Awareness Among Dental Students And Students Of Other Disciplines

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

10.   

Apert Syndrome-A Review

 

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

11.   

Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva [FOP]

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

12.   

Klippel-FielSyndrome–A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

13.   

A Review on Craniofacial Anomalies

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

14.   

Congenital spinal deformities–A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

15.   

Eruption of Tooth

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

16.   

Functional Neuroanatomy for Basal Ganglia

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

17.   

Dentistry Meets Artistry - Facial Aesthetics

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

18.   

Chronic Sinusitis – A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

19.   

Clinical Significance of Hyoid Bone

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

20.   

A Review on Oculofaciocardiodental Syndrome

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

21.   

Oral Hygiene Affects A Persons Overall Health

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

22.   

Mandible Fracture – A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

23.   

Periodontal Diseases – A Risk factor for Diabetics

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

24.   

Human Bite Marks In Forensic Dentistry

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

25.   

Horner’s Syndrome – A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

26.   

Impacted Wisdom Teeth

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

27.   

Pierre Robin Syndrome: A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

28.   

Relationship between Lip Print and Dental Caries

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

29.   

Morphometric Study of Coronoid Process on Dry Mandible

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

30.   

Stickler Syndrome – A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

31.   

Comparative Study on Second Year Syndrome among Medical, Dental and Paramedical Students

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

32.   

A Review on Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

33.   

Congenital Anomalies Associated With Syndromic And Non-Syndromic Cleft Lip And Palate – Review Article

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

34.   

A Review on Trigeminal Neuralgia

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

35.   

Cervical Dystonia-Torticollis

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

36.   

MacEwen’sTriangle- A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

37.   

Killian Jamieson Diverticulum

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

38.   

Pleomorphic Adenoma of Parotid Gland- A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

39.   

Deformities, Dystrophies And Discoloration Of The Nails

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

40.   

Brain Stem Death

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

41.   

Iridology- A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

42.   

Effects Of Morphological Changes in Sella Turcica: A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

43.   

Arachnoid Cyst

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

44.   

A Review on Tay-Sachs Disease

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

45.   

Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Genioglossus

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

46.   

Occupational Hazards of Xylene and its Preventive Measures.

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development

SCOPUS

47.   

An Anatomical Study on Position of Mandibular Foramen in Dry Adult Human Mandibles.

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development

SCOPUS

48.   

Xylene–A Potential Health Hazard―A Review.

 Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development

SCOPUS

49.   

Divine Proportion of the Height of the Human Body Vs Navel Height.

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development 

SCOPUS

50.   

Complete Type of Metopism in Adult Human Dry Skull – Anatomical Variation

International Journal of Current Research in Medical Sciences

SCOPUS

51.   

Elongated styloid process: A study

Journal of pharmacy & bioallied sciences

SCOPUS

52.   

Sedentary Work-A Risk Factor for Diabetes with a Positive Family History

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

REFERRED

53.   

Clinical Assessment of Age by Clinical Eruption of 2nd Molar in 12-14 years for Medicolegal Investigation

Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology 

SCOPUS

54.   

Evaluation of working posture among the dentist using rula and reba

International Journal of Current Research

REFERRED

55.   

Bulimia Nervosa-A Psychiatric Eating Disorder

Acta Scientific Medical Sciences

REFERRED

56.   

Morphology of vermian fossa in south Indian human adult skull bones

International Journal of Anatomy, Radiology and Surgery

REFERRED

57.   

The relative position of greater palatine foramen in dried human adult unsexed skull bones

Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences

SCOPUS

58.   

Nasal Colonization of Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus and its Plausibleassociation with Infected Foot Ulcers in Diabetic Patients.

 Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development 

SCOPUS

59.   

Isotherm and Thermodynamic Studies on the Bio Adsorption of Textile Industrial Effluents onto Chitosan Nanoparticle from Macolor Niger (White Snapper)

Journal of Biomaterials and Nanobiotechnology

REFERRED

60.   

Evaluation of lactate dehydrogenase levels in gingival crevicular fluid during orthodontic tooth movement an in-vivo study

Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences

SCOPUS

61.   

Retromolar Foramen and its Clinical Significance in Dry Human Manbibles

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

62.   

Dentistry Meets Artistry - Facial Aesthetics

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

63.   

A Review on Genioplasty

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

64.   

Thyroid Nodule and its Effect on Women

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

65.   

A Review on Temporomandibular Joint and its Disorders

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

66.   

Frontofacionasal Dysplasia- A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

67.   

A Review on Clinical Significance of Hyoid Bone

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

68.   

Submandibular Sialadenitis - A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

69.   

Effect of CPP ACP and Nano Hydroxyapatite Incorporated GIC on Remineralization of Dentin.

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development

SCOPUS

70.   

Current Trends in Smart Materials―A Review.

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development

SCOPUS

71.   

Diagnosis and Management of Multiple External Inflammatory Root Resorption of Maxillary Central Incisor Using Cone Beam Computed Tomography – A Case Report.

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development 

SCOPUS

72.   

Cutaneous Larva Migrans: A Case Report

Acta Scientific Microbiology

REFERRED

73.   

Evaluation of Micronuclei Frequency in Peripheral Blood Lymphocytes of Patients with Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma

 Acta Cancer Biology

REFERRED

74.   

Fusobacterium – An Endodontic Enigma

Indian Journal of Contemporary Dentistry

REFERRED

75.   

Morphometric Sex Difference in the Innominate Bone using Acetabulum—Pubic Index

Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology

SCOPUS

76.   

Facial Nerve Injury Following TMJ Surgery and its Management by Electrical Stimulation - A Case Study

Biomedical and Pharmacology Journal

SCOPUS

77.   

Challenges in endodontic management of taurodontism

International journal of current research

REFERRED

78.   

Evaluation of LDH activity in GCF during Orthodontic Tooth Movement

Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany

REFERRED

79.   

Supernumerary Teeth - A Clinical Case Report

International Journal of Dental Sciences and Research

REFERRED

80.   

Crestal Bone Loss: A Comparative Study Among Men And Women In One Stage Dental Implants

The Journal of Implant & Advanced Clinical Dentistry

PUBMED

81.   

A Study to Evaluate the Prevalence of Postural Problems among the Dentists in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India

Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences

SCOPUS

82.   

A Review on Oculofaciocardiodental Syndrome

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

83.   

A Review on Craniosynostosis

 

 

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

 

SCOPUS

 

 

 

Dr. B. Chandrakala

Assistant Professor 

S.No

Title

Journal

Indexing Agency

1.        

"Arachnoid Cyst"

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

2.        

A Review on Clinical Significance of Hyoid Bone"

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

3.        

A Review on Craniosynostosis

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development

SCOPUS

4.        

"A Review on Genioplasty"

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development

SCOPUS

5.        

"A Review on Oculofaciocardiodental Syndrome"

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

6.        

"A Review on Tay-Sachs Disease

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

7.        

A Review on Trigeminal Neuralgia

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

8.        

"Brain Stem Death"

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

9.        

"Cervical Dystonia- Torticollis"

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

10.     

"Comparison of Oral Health-Related Awareness Among Dental Students And Students Of Other Disciplines

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

11.     

"Congenital Anomalies Associated With Syndromic And Non-Syndromic Cleft Lip And Palate –

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

12.     

"Effects of Morphological Changes in Sella Turcica: A Review".

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

13.     

Horner’s Syndrome – A Review".

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

14.     

Human Bite Marks In Forensic Dentistry

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

15.     

"Impacted Wisdom Teeth"

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

16.     

"Iridology- A Review".

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

17.     

"Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Genioglossus".

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

18.     

"Odontogenic MaxillarySinusitis"

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

19.     

"Pierre Robin Syndrome: A Review".

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

20.     

"Pleomorphic Adenoma of Parotid Gland- A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

21.     

"Relationship between Lip Print and Dental Caries Survey Article"

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

22.     

"Stickler Syndrome – A Review"

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

23.     

"Thyroid Nodule and its Effect on Women"

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

24.     

"A Review on Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate".

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

25.     

Advancements of Laser Dentistry

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

26.     

Artificial Intelligence in Dentistry

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

27.     

Congenital spinal deformities–A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

28.     

Relationship between Lip Print and Dental Caries -Survey  Article

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

29.     

Eruption of Tooth

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

30.     

Morphological Variations of the Foramen Magnum in Adult Human Dry Skull in South Indian Population

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

31.     

Functional Neuroanatomy for Basal Ganglia

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

32.     

Klippel FielSyndrome – A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

33.     

Mandible Fracture – A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

34.     

Morphology Study of Position, Shape, and Size of Mental Foramen in Dry Adult Human Mandibles

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

35.     

Morphometric Study of Coronoid Process on Dry Mandible

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

36.     

Periodontal Diseases – A Risk factor for Diabetics

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

37.     

Review on Temporomandibular Joint And Its Disorders

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

38.     

Frontofacionasal Dysplasia- A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

39.     

Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva [FOP]

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

40.     

Clinical Significance Of Hyoid Bone

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

41.     

Dentistry Meets Artistry - Facial Aesthetics

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

42.     

Oral Hygiene Affects A Persons Overall Health

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

43.     

Comparative Study on Second Year Syndrome among Medical, Dental and Paramedical Students

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

44.     

Assessment and Analysis for Internal Derangement of Temporomandibular Joint

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

45.     

Killian Jamieson Diverticulum

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

46.     

MacEwen’sTriangle- A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

47.     

A Review on Tay-Sachs Disease

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

48.     

Deformities, Dystrophies And Discoloration Of The Nails

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

49.     

Apert Syndrome- A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

50.     

A Review on Craniofacial Anomalies

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

51.     

Submandibular Sialadenitis - A Review

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

52.     

Comparative Study on Second Year Syndrome among Medical, Dental and Paramedical Students

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

53.     

A Review on Oculofaciocardiodental Syndrome

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine

SCOPUS

54.     

An Anatomical Study on Position of Mandibular Foramen in Dry Adult Human Mandibles

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development

SCOPUS

55.     

Xylene-A Potential Health Hazard-A Review

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development

SCOPUS

56.     

Occupational Hazards of Xylene and its Preventive Measures

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development

SCOPUS

57.     

An Incidence of Unilateral Linguo Facial Trunk on Adult Female Cadaver

Biomedicine

SCOPUS

 

Value Added Course

“THEORY AND PRACTICE OF HISTOLOGICAL TECHNIQUES”
The course will provide the students with the basic knowledge of the theoretical and applied aspects of different techniques of tissue processing and staining. This subject covers the tissue collection, fixation, processing, embedding in paraffin-wax and section cutting, routing and special stains for different tissues for light microscopic study. It also covers immunohistochemistry, in situ hybridization, DNA isolation, bone decalcification, diagnostic cytology, tissue culture and microscope optics.
The aims is to make students to understand the and develop the skills in various processes in the tissue processing techniques. The outcome of this course will make the students proficient in understanding and managing the practical difficulties they come across and turn out to be well in histological techniques.

“BIOETHICS, HEALTH AND SAFETY PROTOCOLS IN THE FIELD OF ANATOMY”
Ever since the advent of medicine, life sciences have been running parallel to therapeutic sciences in forming the concepts of human life and the treatment of diseases which threaten it. The basic requisites for understanding man’s diseases come only after understanding man’s body. The dissection is inevitable part of medical education that provides details of internal structure and the functions and relationships of its components to medical learners.
Though there are many guidelines to emphasize protective measures in the dissection hall, many of students unaware of those measures. Therefore it is necessary to educate health and safety for the individuals in laboratory circumstance as medical/dental students and future care takers of health consequently they will become vigilant while they are in laboratory or handling hazardous materials. Moreover student will develop the fundamental ethics while they are working in laboratory.

Best Practice

Best Practice
Teaching and learning ago hand in hand that are extremely important in the process of education. Various teaching strategies are used to make students learn.
1. MCQ and work sheets
We encourage students to find answers on their own by giving MCQ and work sheets.

Multiple choice questions (or MCQs), are a type of interrogation, that provide a means of evaluating the knowledge of the students through an examination or test. Generally, an MCQ consists of a problem, known as a stem, which is then followed by a series of alternative answers. Students generally choose one of these answers in relation to the problem or question posed. Every year we assess the student’s knowledge level towards the subject through this method.
2. Mind mapping
Mind mapping is a spider diagram used to generate, visualize and organize. It is an effective tool for students and educators seeking to maximize the learning experience. For teachers and students, mind maps play an important role in education. Mind maps provide a much more effective approach toward the subjects. So we make the students to work on this method for accomplishing the information on the subject. 3. Project Based learning (PBL):
The project based learning provides an educational environment for the students and creates meaningful circumstances to apply both academic and success skills. The students where occupied by giving projects that is focused on undergraduate learning goals, and skills such as problem solving, collaboration, and self-management. Students make some decisions about the project, including how they work and what they create. They make their project work public by explaining, displaying and/or presenting it to people in the classroom and discussion with the staffs on the concerned topics. PBL provides opportunities to engage students. 4. VAK/ VARK Technique:
The VARK model of learning styles suggests that there are four main types of learners: visual, auditory, reading/writing, and kinesthetic. Students learn best when teaching methods and school activities match their learning styles.

Innovative Practises

ONAM CELEBRATIONS 2021

FRIENDSHIP’S DAY CELEBRATIONS 2021

WOMAN’S DAY CELEBRATIONS 2021

PONGAL VIZHA CELEBRATIONS 2019









WOMAN’S DAY CELEBRATIONS 2019

PONGAL VIZHA CELEBRATIONS 2018



WOMAN’S DAY CELEBRATIONS 2018





Research Activity

Approved Ph. D Supervisors
1. Dr. G. Sumathy, M.Sc., Ph. D - Reg.No: RS059
2. Dr. B. Sathyapriya, BDS., MSc., Phd., - Reg.No: RS249
LIST OF ONGOING PROJECTS

List of Research Scholars from other institutions/universities (External)

1. Mrs. A. Rajalakshmi Reg. No. - D16MS011
Topic: An in-vivo study on the effects of Gymnema Sylvester’s leaf extracts on fatty liver in type 2 diabetes mellitus in Wistar albino rats

2. Dr. Aparna Gullapalli Reg. No. - D16MS016
Topic: Chromosomal abnormalities in subject with congenital heart diseases

3. B. Sivaraja Ganesan Reg. No. - D16MS508
Topic: Optimization of semen cryopreservation technique for oligoasthenozoospermic patients

4. Mrs. S. Kiruba Reg. No. - D16MS509
Topic: Effects of Momordica cymbalaria on hypercholesterolemic model of male Wistar albino rats

5. Dr. S. Kanimozhi Reg. No. - D16MS511
Topic: Effects of Nigella sativa on testicular injuries of male Wistar albino rats.

6. Dr. Senthil Kumar Reg. No. - D16MS512
Topic: Assessment of relationship between Cheiloscopy, Dactyloscopy and personality/ character among the human volunteers in the age range of 21-40 years- A cross sectional study

7. Mr. Sudhakara Babu Chelli Reg. No. - D18MS506
Topic: Study on Immunohistochemistry of umbilical cord with histological changes and neonatal repercussions in intrauterine growth restriction

8. Mr. Upendhar Reddy Pulluru Reg. No. - D18MS502
Topic: Histomorphometric study of placenta with nutritional status and lateral outcome and its correlation with maternal anthropometric in IUGR

9. Dr. Vijay Andrew Ebenezer Reg.No. - D18DS503
Topic: Immediate implant placement with autogenous bone graft

10. Dr.R. Balakrishnana Reg. No. - D18DS502
Topic: Assessment of alveolar ridge preservation using beta tricalcium phosphate and hydroxyapatite.

Memorandum of Understanding

MoU with Saveetha University, SIMATS
Our esteemed institution signed the Memorandum of Understanding with Saveetha University, SIMATS (Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences) in the 07.01.2021. It’s been a great academic journey from then on with collaborative work and academic activities. With great support from the management, we would ignite the spirit of knowledge kindling the research insight. It’s a great opportunity to the budding scholars to be exposed to research work, publications and a lot more academic milestones.