Anatomy

Department of Anatomy​

Name: Dr. T.L.Anbumani,MS(Anat)

Experience: 21 Years

Publications :International – 7——–National – 7

Area Of Interest

  • Research Work, Gross Anatomy, Histology, Embryology, Human Genetics, Surface Anatomy, Osteology, Radiology.

Expertise: In all aspects especially teaching

Achievements:

  • Best teacher award,

  • Best Doctor Award (IMA)

  • Best Teacher Award (Ch.M.C. Alumni, Chengleput)

  • Unblemished Service Award (Government of Tamilnadu)

 

NameDesignationQualificationDate of Joining
Dr. T.L.AnbumaniProfessor & HODM.S.09.10.2009
Dr. Girija SivakumarProfessorM.Sc., Ph.D.24.7.2008
Dr. K. Durai PandianAssociate ProfessorM.D.20.07.2011
Mr. G. SivakumaranAssistant ProfessorM.Sc.21.01.2009
Dr. S. AntonyammalAssistant ProfessorM.D.30.07.2016
Dr. A.Thamarai SelviAssistant ProfessorM.D.30.07.2016
Dr. V. Precila Infant VincyTutorM.B.B.S31.05.2018

 

Anatomy department was established in year 2009 since the inception of college. Anatomy is the one of the key preclinical department that imparts knowledge about the each and every part of the human body in relation to its size, shape, structure, development, macroscopic, microscopic features, vascular supply, nerve supply, relations, functions and applied aspect of anatomy.  It is situated at ground floor of college building and welcomes the students of first year MBBS and first year postgraduates of MD (Anatomy). The department also provides teaching-learning support to BDS, B Sc. (MLT), B Sc. (OT & AT), B Sc. (Radiography & Imaging technology) students.

The department is headed by Dr T. L. Anbumani experienced faculty with 28 years of teaching experience who has laid foundation for educational excellence in the department. He is an excellent teacher and bestowed with awards for excellence in teaching and mentoring the students.

The department trains the undergraduate and postgraduate students in various branches of human anatomy by theoretical and practical methods. Students are exposed to all the facilities available (as per MCI norms) in the department, kindling their interest on to research frontier.

Students are given access to perform and learn Gross Anatomy by Cadaveric Dissection. There is a spacious Dissection Hall with facilities for storage of 8 cadavers in special deep freeze chambers. Adequate Cadavers are issued to the students for their study purpose.

Slide preparation process is done meticulously in the department for Undergraduate and postgraduate students.

The Department houses an excellent museum of more than 650 specimens. Cross section of the entire human body from head to foot is dissected and displayed in the museum. There are different sections in the museum allotted for dry specimens, comparative anatomy cross sectional anatomy, embryology and neuroanatomy. Adequate number of 3D models and charts are made in the department as per the student needs and are used for teaching-learning.

Students are given an all-round training, thereby molding them to become good doctors with best ethical values.

Total number of Publications: 18                                     National:    7                                      International:  11

Titles:  

SR. NO.

RESEARCH TITLE

1.

A model of temporal lobe epilepsy induced by kainic acid and the behavioural study of the animals treated with acorus calamus and b-asarone

2

Study of oestrous cycle and histo-morphometry of ovary in DMPA and a polyherbal drug treated adult female albino rats

3

Finger print patterns in Nepali and Non-Nepali(Indians) palms- a comparative study

4

Anatomical variations in the position of vermiform appendix- a cadaveric study

5

Study on branching pattern of arch of aorta

6

A study of wormian bones in south Indian population

7

Mullerian duct anomalies: a study on anatomical basis with embryological aspects and its clinical significance in South Indian population – Maduranthgam region

8

Effect of swimming stress on the estrous cycle in adult female albino rats

9

Fissures and lobes of lungs, a morphological and anatomical study

10

Sciatic nerve and its variations: an anatomical study

11

Effect of DMPA and a polyherbal drug on histomorphometry of uterus in adult female rats

12

Table teaching vs didactic lecture in anatomy- a comparative analysis in teaching-learning process for I year MBBS students- a pilot study

13

An anatomical study on the coronary arteries and their variations

14

An anatomical study on the variations of short saphenous vein and its termination

15

Preliminary GC-MS analysis and antioxidant study of one ayurvedic medicine “ Manasa mitra vatakam”

16

An anatomical study of morphology and morphometric analysis of calcaneum and its talar articular surfaces

17

Understanding on assessment through online ml web discussion scholarly report

18

Acu-tens stimulation at bilateral zusanli (st36) acupoint in streptozotocin induced diabetic rats

  1. Dissection hall: (with seating capacity of 150)
  2. Research laboratory
  3. Museum – cross sectional anatomy, embryology, neuroanatomy, dry specimens etc
  4. Model preparation room: in house making of models as per requirements is prepared.
  5. Histology Lab- with each more than 100 microscopes
  6. Demonstration halls: 2
    1. Hall 1- seating capacity- 100 students
    2. Hall 2- seating capacity- 60 students



Sl. No

Name of the Event

Date when organized

Total number of participants

2

CME-An insight into uterus and its clinical condition

20/11/2014

250

3

CME- Understanding creator’s creation by his creators creative

31/03/2016

200

4

40th Annual Conference of Association of Anatomists- KANCON- 2017

23/09/2017 & 24/09/2017

325

5

 A holistic approach to congenital anomalies of foot

11/05/2019

200

Sl. No.

Name of the student

PG guide

Duration

Year of dissertation acceptance

Year of course completion

1.

Dr S Anthony Ammal

Dr T. L. Anbumani

2013-2016

2016

2016

2.

Dr. A Thamarai Selvi

Dr T. L. Anbumani

2013-2016

2016

2016

3.

Dr. Deepthi Christus

Dr T. L. Anbumani

2014-2017

2017

2017

4.

Dr. S Dinesh Kumar

Dr T. L. Anbumani

2015-2018

2018

2018

5.

Dr. M Raja

Dr T. L. Anbumani

2016-2019

2019

2019

6.

Dr. R Sridharan

Dr T. L. Anbumani

2016-2019

2019

2019

Sl. no

Name of the faculty who received award

Name of the award

Year when award received

Level of the award

(State/ National/ International)

Awarding Agency

1.

Dr. T.L. Anbumani

Best Teacher Award

2010

State

The Tamilnadu Dr. M.G.R Medical University

Undergraduates: 

Year

No. of students appeared

No. of students passed

Pass %age

2013-14

103

103

100

2014-15

102

100

98

2015-16

105

102

97

2016-17

103

103

100

2017-18

100

99

99

2018-19

101

  

Postgraduates:

Average pass percentage in last 5 years: 60%