Anatomy
Anatomy

The department of Anatomy, one of the key departments of CHRI was established in 2006. Since its inception the department has been constantly evolving and upgrading from undergraduate to postgraduate teaching and taking big strides in research. The department boasts of a colossal infrastructure and is equipped with a dissection hall of 5500 square feet which can accommodate around 250 students at a time. The cadaver dispensing system in the dissection hall is a unique feature of this department. The histology lab and research lab are equipped with high contrast microscope with photomicrograph facility for clear and sharp images.

Experienced, qualified and student friendly faculty are an asset to the department who
make the process of learning Anatomy a pleasant experience. The faculty also guide the students and ensure that their transition from school to college is stress free. All the faculty are well qualified (MD/M.Sc. /Ph.D.), having graduated from top ranking institutes. They are also well trained and continually strive to update their knowledge and to establish their benchmark in the field of academics and research.

The faculty adopt various teaching methodologies in concurrence with the competency based medical education curriculum prescribed by the statutory body. Student centric learning methods such as small group teaching, early clinical exposure, Integrated teaching, animations, and quiz programs have been meticulously planned, to make learning anatomy a pleasant experience. The mentorship program is a great success and is well appreciated by the students. The number of distinctions and pass percentage in university exams stands as a testimonial to this mentorship program.

The department museum is a major center of attraction in the medical college campus and houses around 400 wet specimens and 200 model and charts, skillfully segregated and displayed. The museum is popular not only among the students but among the campus visitors too and serves as a motivation for the aspiring students from various schools who are hopeful of pursuing medicine as a profession.

All the faculty are oriented towards research and more than 50 research papers have been published by the faculty in peer reviewed national and international journals. The faculty constantly encourage students to undertake short term research projects and present papers in conferences at undergraduate level. Around 153 papers have been presented by the students in various conferences of which 40 have won best paper awards and 9 best dissertation awards.

Thrust areas for research include congenital abnormalities, osteological abnormalities, placental thickness, studies on the cardiovascular system and neural tube defects.

The Faculty make every effort to create awareness of the human body among the school students and enhance their quest for anatomical knowledge of the human body. They cater to the neighboring schools and nursing colleges. The school students visiting the department are taken on a tour of the museum and dissection Hall. In addition to the school children, students from other nursing college also visit the museum for better training of structures.

Year Category Name of the Investigators Title Funding Agency Period
2015 Faculty Dr. Indumathi Sivaji Study of placental thickness as an indicator for gestational age CARE 2015-2016
2015 Faculty Dr. Hannah Sugirthabai Rajila A study on moderator band of human cadavers CARE 2015-2017
2015 Faculty Dr. Hannah Sugirthabai Rajila Usefulness of B-type natriuretic peptide in predicting the involvement of right ventricle in acute inferior wall myocardial infarction 2015-2016
2010-2011 Faculty Dr. S. Aruna Bilateral chondroepitrochlearis its incidence and clinical significance CARE 2010 – 2011
2010-2011 Faculty Dr. K. Suba Ananthi Study on intercondlyoid foramen of humerus CARE 2010 – 2011
2010-2011 Faculty Dr. RHS Rajila Aortic valve annular dimensions in Indian population CARE 2010 – 2011
2010-2011 Faculty Dr. S Manickam A study on the accessory heads of deep flexors of forearm CARE 2010 – 2011
2011-2012 Faculty Dr. T.K. Balaji A cadaveric study on the distribution of posterior branches of Mandibular nerve CARE 2011-2012
2012-2013 Faculty Dr. Hannah Sugirthabai Rajila Study on Flexor digiti minimi CARE 2011-2012
2013-2014 Faculty Ms. R. Sharmila Saran Variations in extrathoracic intercostobrachial nerve and its clinical relevance CARE 2011-2012
2014-2015 Faculty Dr. Hannah Sugirthabai Rajila Study on Abductor digiti minimi CARE 2013 – 2014
2014-2015 Faculty Dr. Hannah Sugirthabai Rajila Study on papillary muscles of heart CARE 2013 – 2014
2014-2015 Faculty Dr. Hannah Sugirthabai Rajila Neural tube defects in human foetuses CARE 2014 -2015
2015 Student Sheela priya Stress induced psychosomatic disorders among medical undergraduate students CARE 2015-2016
2015 Student Santhosh Kumar A comparative study on association between fetal growth and folic acid supplementation during preconception versus conception period in pregnant women CARE 2015-2016
2011-2012 Student Dr. K. Vidhya A study on the formation and distribution of Superficial palmar arch CARE 2010 – 2012
2011-2012 Student Mr. K. Balaji A study on the cervical sympathetic chain CARE 2010 – 2012
2011-2012 Student Dr. Narayanan Variation in the formation and drainage of Azygos system of veins CARE 2010 – 2012
2011-2012 Student Mr. Yuvaraj Study on the origin and branching pattern of Internal iliac artery CARE 2010 – 2012
2011-2012 Student Dr. Venkatesh Gobi Study on the incidence of supra trochlear foramen CARE 2010 – 2012
2011-2012 Student Dr. Shivapriya Variation in the formation, branches, and distribution of Lumbar plexus CARE 2010 – 2012
2011-2012 Student Ms. Parvathapriya A study on the papillary muscles of right ventricle. CARE 2010 – 2012
2012-2013 Student DR. Y. Janani Study on variations in the origin and distribution of median nerve CARE 2012 – 2014
2012-2013 Student Aswinprakash Study on Profunda femoris artery CARE 2011 – 2013
2012-2013 Student Dr.Khizer Hussain Afroze.M Study on variations of Lumbrical muscles CARE 2011 – 2013
2012-2013 Student Poornikala.M Study on variations of Renal artery CARE 2011 – 2013
2012-2013 Student Dr.Ramesh.P Study on Palmaris longus muscle CARE 2011 – 2013
2012-2013 Student Sakthivel.K.M Study of Jugular foramen in Human skulls CARE 2011 – 2013
2012-2013 Student Dr.Sakthivel.M Study on Obturator artery CARE 2011 – 2013
2012-2013 Student Ms. Swathi Priyadarshini Study on variations of Appendicular artery CARE 2011 – 2013
2013-2014 Student Virmalin Jayakumari.R.S Morphometric study of atrioventricular valves in human cadaveric hearts CARE 2012 – 2014
2013-2014 Student Esakkiammal.N Study of thoracic sympathetic chain CARE 2012 – 2014
2013-2014 Student Syamly.S Study on ulnar nerve in hand CARE 2012 – 2014
2017 Faculty Dr. Hannah Sugirthabai Rajila Study on coronary ostia 2017-2018
2015 Ph.D. Dr. S. Manickam Effect of Naringin (4’,5,7-Trihydroxyflavanone 7-Rhamnoglucoside) On Pancreatic Beta Cell Transcription Factors Of Streptozotocin Induced Diabetic Rats CARE 2013 – 2017
2016 Ph.D. Ashok Study on the learning behaviour in the offsprings of stress induced male rats CARE 2016-2019
COMPLETED PROJECTS BY FACULTY
S.No Name of the Investigators Title Funding Agency(if any) Period
1 Dr. Hannah Sugirthabai Rajila
Professor
Radial artery – course and calibre cardiologists perspective 2018-19
S.No Name of the Investigators Title Funding Agency(if any) Period
1 Dr. S. Indumathi Study of placental thickness as an indicator for gestational age 2016-2019
2 Dr. B. Sowjanya Comparison of thoracic dimensions among normal and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients 2016-2019
3 Dr. B. Sowjanya Comparison of thoracic dimensions among normal and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients 2016-2019
4 Dr. M.S. Arathi Study on the morphological parameters of hip bone 2016-2019
5 Dr. Y. Janani Study on the dimensions of foramina in skull in South Indian population 2016-2019
6 Dr. T. K. Balaji Morphometric study of mandibular notch 2018-19
7 Dr. B. Sowjanya study on hepatobiliary anomalies in fetus 2018-19
8 Mr. G. Vaithianathan Morphometric analysis of Glenoid cavity 2018-19
9 Dr. S. Manickam Study on skeletal defects in fetus 2018-19
10 Dr. M.S. Arathi Study on cardiac anomalies in fetus 2018-19
11 Dr. Y. Janani Study of neural tube defects 2018-19
12 Dr. S. Indumathi Study of prevalence of variations of extensor tendons of forearm – Cadaveric study 2018-19
13 Dr.R.Hannah Sugirthabai Rajila Study of coronary sinus 2018-19
Year Category Name of the Investigators Title Funding Agency(if any) Period
2016 Ph.D. Swathi Priyadarshini Effect of Chlorpyrifos in the skeletal system development of chick embryos CARE 2016-2019
2016 Faculty Dr. B. Sowjanya Comparison of thoracic dimensions among normal and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients 2016-2017
2016 Faculty Dr. M.S. Arathi Study on the morphological parameters of hip bone 2016-2017
2016 Faculty Dr. Y. Janani Study on the dimensions of foramina in skull in South Indian population 2016-2017
2016 Student Madhumitha

I yr MBBS

Study on the height of lunula in hyper and hypothyroidism 2016-2017
2016 Student Manoj

III yr MBBS

Placental changes in anemia complicating pregnancy 2016-2017
2016 Student Akshaya

II yr BDS

Study on orbital parameters 2016-2017
2016 Student Santhosh Kumar

III yr MBBS

Santhosh Kumar
III yr MBBS A comparative study on association between fetal growth and folic acid supplementation during preconception versus conception period in pregnant women
2016-2017
2017 Student Renuka Lella A study on prevalence of depression and its severity among medical students ICMR 2017
2016 Faculty Dr. Indumathi Sivaji Study of placental thickness as an indicator for gestational age 2016-2017
2017 Faculty Dr. Hannah Sugirthabai Rajila Study on coronary ostia 2017-2018
2018 Faculty Dr. S. Indumathi Study of prevalence of variations of extensor tendons of forearm – Cadaveric study 2018-2019
2018 Faculty Dr.RHS Rajila Radial artery – course and caliber cardiologist’s perspective 2018-2019
2018 Faculty Dr. B. Sowjanya A study on hepatobiliary anomalies in fetus 2018-2019
2018 Faculty Dr S. Manickam Study on skeletal defects in fetus 2018-2019
2018 Faculty Mr. G. Vathianathan Morphometric analysis of Glenoid cavity 2018-2019
2018 Faculty Dr. M.S. Aarthi Study on cardiac anomalies in fetus 2018-2019
2018 Faculty Dr. Y. Janani Study of neural tube defects 2018-2019
Title / Theme of the Conference Date Number of Participants Speakers and their Credentials Brief Descriptive Report
Annual Conference of Anatomists, Tamilnadu 12th& 13th September 2009 385 Around 400 delegates from medical and dental college all over south India attended the conference. Apart from anatomists, the audience also comprised of sizeable number of surgeons and clinicians. 250 scientific papers pertaining to gross, surgical and developmental anatomy were presented. A special lecture on robotic heart surgery gained the attention of the audience very much.
CME on Fascial spaces of head and neck and its clinical implications 16.07.2011 198 1. Dr. Sudha Seshayyan, M.S. Anatomy, Registrar I/C,
The Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR Medical University,

2. Dr. Shankara Narayanan M.S. (ENT),
Professor,
Govt. Royapettah Hospital, Kipauk, Medical College,

3.Prof. Paul C. Salins, Medical Director,
Narayana Hridayalaya, Vice-President, Mazumdar Shaw Cancer Institute

The CME was attended by majority of postgraduatesin anatomy from all over Tamilnadu. Dr. Sudha Seshayyan enthralled the audience with the basic concepts on the topic. Dr. Shankar Narayanan discussed the applied aspects. Finally, Dr. Paul Saulins videos on surgical aspects was icing on the cake.
CME on Anatomy of Learning 05.11.2016 300 Dr. Sudha Seshayyan, Director, Institute of Anatomy, Madras Medical College

Dr. S. Arunan, Professor, Department of Neurology, Kilpauk Medical College

Dr. T.V. Asokan, Professor, Department of Psychiatry, SRM Institute of Medical Sciences

CME on Is Your Anatomy sound for Ultrasound 21.09.2019 a)Anatomy – the Key factor in Ultrasound interpretation
Dr. S. Aruna
Professor & Head, Dept. of Anatomy,
Indira Gandhi Medical College & Research Institute,
Puducherry.

b)Basics in Interpreting Normal and Abnormal Ultrasound of Abdomen
Dr. A Chezhian
Senior Asst. Professor and Chief Civil Surgeon,
Institute of Medical Gastroenterology

c)Antenatal USG- Normal vs. Abnormal
Dr. S. Gitanjali
Senior civil surgeon, Dept. Of Radiology,
Govt. Theni Medical College, Theni

d)UFO – Identifying the unidentifified in Ultrasound

Dr. G. Indhumathi
Consultant in Obstetrics &Gynaecology,
Sri Sainath Hospital & Research Institute, Chennai

Intravenous injection 31.07.2019 68
Intravenous injection 17.08.2019 42
Intravenous injection 21.08.2019 34
Intravenous injection 05.02.2020 238
Endotracheal Intubation 16.11.2019 37
Clinical aspects of Abdomen and Pelvis 27.01.2020 46 1. Dr. Vijayalakshmi – Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, CHRI

2. Dr. M. Loganathan – Professor of Surgery. CHRI


Department of Anatomy

About the Department

The department of Anatomy, one of the key departments of CHRI was established in 2006. Since its inception the department has been constantly evolving and upgrading from undergraduate to postgraduate teaching and taking big strides in research. The department boasts of a colossal infrastructure and is equipped with a dissection hall of 5500 square feet which can accommodate around 250 students at a time. The cadaver dispensing system in the dissection hall is a unique feature of this department. The histology lab and research lab are equipped with high contrast microscope with photomicrograph facility for clear and sharp images.

The Team

Experienced, qualified and student friendly faculty are an asset to the department who
make the process of learning Anatomy a pleasant experience. The faculty also guide the students and ensure that their transition from school to college is stress free. All the faculty are well qualified (MD/M.Sc. /Ph.D.), having graduated from top ranking institutes. They are also well trained and continually strive to update their knowledge and to establish their benchmark in the field of academics and research.

Teaching

The faculty adopt various teaching methodologies in concurrence with the competency based medical education curriculum prescribed by the statutory body. Student centric learning methods such as small group teaching, early clinical exposure, Integrated teaching, animations, and quiz programs have been meticulously planned, to make learning anatomy a pleasant experience. The mentorship program is a great success and is well appreciated by the students. The number of distinctions and pass percentage in university exams stands as a testimonial to this mentorship program.

Museum

The department museum is a major center of attraction in the medical college campus and houses around 400 wet specimens and 200 model and charts, skillfully segregated and displayed. The museum is popular not only among the students but among the campus visitors too and serves as a motivation for the aspiring students from various schools who are hopeful of pursuing medicine as a profession.

Research

All the faculty are oriented towards research and more than 50 research papers have been published by the faculty in peer reviewed national and international journals. The faculty constantly encourage students to undertake short term research projects and present papers in conferences at undergraduate level. Around 153 papers have been presented by the students in various conferences of which 40 have won best paper awards and 9 best dissertation awards.

Thrust areas for research include congenital abnormalities, osteological abnormalities, placental thickness, studies on the cardiovascular system and neural tube defects.

Outreach Activities

The Faculty make every effort to create awareness of the human body among the school students and enhance their quest for anatomical knowledge of the human body. They cater to the neighboring schools and nursing colleges. The school students visiting the department are taken on a tour of the museum and dissection Hall. In addition to the school children, students from other nursing college also visit the museum for better training of structures.

Completed projects

Year Category Name of the Investigators Title Funding Agency Period
2015 Faculty Dr. Indumathi Sivaji Study of placental thickness as an indicator for gestational age CARE 2015-2016
2015 Faculty Dr. Hannah Sugirthabai Rajila A study on moderator band of human cadavers CARE 2015-2017
2015 Faculty Dr. Hannah Sugirthabai Rajila Usefulness of B-type natriuretic peptide in predicting the involvement of right ventricle in acute inferior wall myocardial infarction 2015-2016
2010-2011 Faculty Dr. S. Aruna Bilateral chondroepitrochlearis its incidence and clinical significance CARE 2010 – 2011
2010-2011 Faculty Dr. K. Suba Ananthi Study on intercondlyoid foramen of humerus CARE 2010 – 2011
2010-2011 Faculty Dr. RHS Rajila Aortic valve annular dimensions in Indian population CARE 2010 – 2011
2010-2011 Faculty Dr. S Manickam A study on the accessory heads of deep flexors of forearm CARE 2010 – 2011
2011-2012 Faculty Dr. T.K. Balaji A cadaveric study on the distribution of posterior branches of Mandibular nerve CARE 2011-2012
2012-2013 Faculty Dr. Hannah Sugirthabai Rajila Study on Flexor digiti minimi CARE 2011-2012
2013-2014 Faculty Ms. R. Sharmila Saran Variations in extrathoracic intercostobrachial nerve and its clinical relevance CARE 2011-2012
2014-2015 Faculty Dr. Hannah Sugirthabai Rajila Study on Abductor digiti minimi CARE 2013 – 2014
2014-2015 Faculty Dr. Hannah Sugirthabai Rajila Study on papillary muscles of heart CARE 2013 – 2014
2014-2015 Faculty Dr. Hannah Sugirthabai Rajila Neural tube defects in human foetuses CARE 2014 -2015
2015 Student Sheela priya Stress induced psychosomatic disorders among medical undergraduate students CARE 2015-2016
2015 Student Santhosh Kumar A comparative study on association between fetal growth and folic acid supplementation during preconception versus conception period in pregnant women CARE 2015-2016
2011-2012 Student Dr. K. Vidhya A study on the formation and distribution of Superficial palmar arch CARE 2010 – 2012
2011-2012 Student Mr. K. Balaji A study on the cervical sympathetic chain CARE 2010 – 2012
2011-2012 Student Dr. Narayanan Variation in the formation and drainage of Azygos system of veins CARE 2010 – 2012
2011-2012 Student Mr. Yuvaraj Study on the origin and branching pattern of Internal iliac artery CARE 2010 – 2012
2011-2012 Student Dr. Venkatesh Gobi Study on the incidence of supra trochlear foramen CARE 2010 – 2012
2011-2012 Student Dr. Shivapriya Variation in the formation, branches, and distribution of Lumbar plexus CARE 2010 – 2012
2011-2012 Student Ms. Parvathapriya A study on the papillary muscles of right ventricle. CARE 2010 – 2012
2012-2013 Student DR. Y. Janani Study on variations in the origin and distribution of median nerve CARE 2012 – 2014
2012-2013 Student Aswinprakash Study on Profunda femoris artery CARE 2011 – 2013
2012-2013 Student Dr.Khizer Hussain Afroze.M Study on variations of Lumbrical muscles CARE 2011 – 2013
2012-2013 Student Poornikala.M Study on variations of Renal artery CARE 2011 – 2013
2012-2013 Student Dr.Ramesh.P Study on Palmaris longus muscle CARE 2011 – 2013
2012-2013 Student Sakthivel.K.M Study of Jugular foramen in Human skulls CARE 2011 – 2013
2012-2013 Student Dr.Sakthivel.M Study on Obturator artery CARE 2011 – 2013
2012-2013 Student Ms. Swathi Priyadarshini Study on variations of Appendicular artery CARE 2011 – 2013
2013-2014 Student Virmalin Jayakumari.R.S Morphometric study of atrioventricular valves in human cadaveric hearts CARE 2012 – 2014
2013-2014 Student Esakkiammal.N Study of thoracic sympathetic chain CARE 2012 – 2014
2013-2014 Student Syamly.S Study on ulnar nerve in hand CARE 2012 – 2014
2017 Faculty Dr. Hannah Sugirthabai Rajila Study on coronary ostia 2017-2018
2015 Ph.D. Dr. S. Manickam Effect of Naringin (4’,5,7-Trihydroxyflavanone 7-Rhamnoglucoside) On Pancreatic Beta Cell Transcription Factors Of Streptozotocin Induced Diabetic Rats CARE 2013 – 2017
2016 Ph.D. Ashok Study on the learning behaviour in the offsprings of stress induced male rats CARE 2016-2019
COMPLETED PROJECTS BY FACULTY
S.No Name of the Investigators Title Funding Agency(if any) Period
1 Dr. Hannah Sugirthabai Rajila
Professor
Radial artery – course and calibre cardiologists perspective 2018-19

Ongoing projects

S.No Name of the Investigators Title Funding Agency(if any) Period
1 Dr. S. Indumathi Study of placental thickness as an indicator for gestational age 2016-2019
2 Dr. B. Sowjanya Comparison of thoracic dimensions among normal and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients 2016-2019
3 Dr. B. Sowjanya Comparison of thoracic dimensions among normal and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients 2016-2019
4 Dr. M.S. Arathi Study on the morphological parameters of hip bone 2016-2019
5 Dr. Y. Janani Study on the dimensions of foramina in skull in South Indian population 2016-2019
6 Dr. T. K. Balaji Morphometric study of mandibular notch 2018-19
7 Dr. B. Sowjanya study on hepatobiliary anomalies in fetus 2018-19
8 Mr. G. Vaithianathan Morphometric analysis of Glenoid cavity 2018-19
9 Dr. S. Manickam Study on skeletal defects in fetus 2018-19
10 Dr. M.S. Arathi Study on cardiac anomalies in fetus 2018-19
11 Dr. Y. Janani Study of neural tube defects 2018-19
12 Dr. S. Indumathi Study of prevalence of variations of extensor tendons of forearm – Cadaveric study 2018-19
13 Dr.R.Hannah Sugirthabai Rajila Study of coronary sinus 2018-19
Year Category Name of the Investigators Title Funding Agency(if any) Period
2016 Ph.D. Swathi Priyadarshini Effect of Chlorpyrifos in the skeletal system development of chick embryos CARE 2016-2019
2016 Faculty Dr. B. Sowjanya Comparison of thoracic dimensions among normal and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients 2016-2017
2016 Faculty Dr. M.S. Arathi Study on the morphological parameters of hip bone 2016-2017
2016 Faculty Dr. Y. Janani Study on the dimensions of foramina in skull in South Indian population 2016-2017
2016 Student Madhumitha

I yr MBBS

Study on the height of lunula in hyper and hypothyroidism 2016-2017
2016 Student Manoj

III yr MBBS

Placental changes in anemia complicating pregnancy 2016-2017
2016 Student Akshaya

II yr BDS

Study on orbital parameters 2016-2017
2016 Student Santhosh Kumar

III yr MBBS

Santhosh Kumar
III yr MBBS A comparative study on association between fetal growth and folic acid supplementation during preconception versus conception period in pregnant women
2016-2017
2017 Student Renuka Lella A study on prevalence of depression and its severity among medical students ICMR 2017
2016 Faculty Dr. Indumathi Sivaji Study of placental thickness as an indicator for gestational age 2016-2017
2017 Faculty Dr. Hannah Sugirthabai Rajila Study on coronary ostia 2017-2018
2018 Faculty Dr. S. Indumathi Study of prevalence of variations of extensor tendons of forearm – Cadaveric study 2018-2019
2018 Faculty Dr.RHS Rajila Radial artery – course and caliber cardiologist’s perspective 2018-2019
2018 Faculty Dr. B. Sowjanya A study on hepatobiliary anomalies in fetus 2018-2019
2018 Faculty Dr S. Manickam Study on skeletal defects in fetus 2018-2019
2018 Faculty Mr. G. Vathianathan Morphometric analysis of Glenoid cavity 2018-2019
2018 Faculty Dr. M.S. Aarthi Study on cardiac anomalies in fetus 2018-2019
2018 Faculty Dr. Y. Janani Study of neural tube defects 2018-2019

Conference organised

Title / Theme of the Conference Date Number of Participants Speakers and their Credentials Brief Descriptive Report
Annual Conference of Anatomists, Tamilnadu 12th& 13th September 2009 385 Around 400 delegates from medical and dental college all over south India attended the conference. Apart from anatomists, the audience also comprised of sizeable number of surgeons and clinicians. 250 scientific papers pertaining to gross, surgical and developmental anatomy were presented. A special lecture on robotic heart surgery gained the attention of the audience very much.
CME on Fascial spaces of head and neck and its clinical implications 16.07.2011 198 1. Dr. Sudha Seshayyan, M.S. Anatomy, Registrar I/C,
The Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR Medical University,

2. Dr. Shankara Narayanan M.S. (ENT),
Professor,
Govt. Royapettah Hospital, Kipauk, Medical College,

3.Prof. Paul C. Salins, Medical Director,
Narayana Hridayalaya, Vice-President, Mazumdar Shaw Cancer Institute

The CME was attended by majority of postgraduatesin anatomy from all over Tamilnadu. Dr. Sudha Seshayyan enthralled the audience with the basic concepts on the topic. Dr. Shankar Narayanan discussed the applied aspects. Finally, Dr. Paul Saulins videos on surgical aspects was icing on the cake.
CME on Anatomy of Learning 05.11.2016 300 Dr. Sudha Seshayyan, Director, Institute of Anatomy, Madras Medical College

Dr. S. Arunan, Professor, Department of Neurology, Kilpauk Medical College

Dr. T.V. Asokan, Professor, Department of Psychiatry, SRM Institute of Medical Sciences

CME on Is Your Anatomy sound for Ultrasound 21.09.2019 a)Anatomy – the Key factor in Ultrasound interpretation
Dr. S. Aruna
Professor & Head, Dept. of Anatomy,
Indira Gandhi Medical College & Research Institute,
Puducherry.

b)Basics in Interpreting Normal and Abnormal Ultrasound of Abdomen
Dr. A Chezhian
Senior Asst. Professor and Chief Civil Surgeon,
Institute of Medical Gastroenterology

c)Antenatal USG- Normal vs. Abnormal
Dr. S. Gitanjali
Senior civil surgeon, Dept. Of Radiology,
Govt. Theni Medical College, Theni

d)UFO – Identifying the unidentifified in Ultrasound

Dr. G. Indhumathi
Consultant in Obstetrics &Gynaecology,
Sri Sainath Hospital & Research Institute, Chennai

Intravenous injection 31.07.2019 68
Intravenous injection 17.08.2019 42
Intravenous injection 21.08.2019 34
Intravenous injection 05.02.2020 238
Endotracheal Intubation 16.11.2019 37
Clinical aspects of Abdomen and Pelvis 27.01.2020 46 1. Dr. Vijayalakshmi – Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, CHRI

2. Dr. M. Loganathan – Professor of Surgery. CHRI

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