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General information about the department:

             The pathology department is present in first floor in college building and is providing routine diagnostic facilities.  Staff are involved in diagnostic work and teaching activities for MBBS, Nursing and Paramedical students. Central laboratory is situated in new hospital premises wherein clinical pathology, cytology and hematology sections are providing round the clock services for outpatient and inpatient sections. Participating in EQAS for Hematology and involved in NQAS. Departmental museum has more than 200 mounted specimen and  60 charts for students. Advanced facilities like immunohistochemistry and histochemistry are being done in the department.  In addition to routine teaching activities, seminars , journal clubs and CPCs  are regulary conducted. . From the year 2020-2021 we have started post graduate training  with two seats , planning to increase the post graduate seats in subsequent years

Teaching faculty:

Sl No

Name

Qualification

Designation

1

Dr.K.R.Nagesha

MBBS., MD.,DCP.,

 

Professor & Head.

2

Dr.R.Purushotham

MBBS.,MD.,

Associate Professor

3

Dr.Shivakumar  swamy  Udasimath

MBBS.,MD.,DNB.,

Associate Professor

4

Dr.T.S.Sowmya

MBBS.,MD.,

Associate Professor

5

Dr.Manasa Das

MBBS.,MD.,

Associate  Professor

6

Dr.Preeta Naik

MBBS.,MD.,

Assistant Professor

7

Dr. Shashidhar.M R

MBBS.,MD.,

Assistant Professor

8

Dr . Hemalatha J

MBBS., MD.,

Assistant professor

9

Dr.S.R.Padma

MBBS.,DCP.,

Lecturer/Tutor

10

Dr.G.K.Somashekar

MBBS.,DCP.,

Tutor

11

Dr.Nagalaxmi D.N

MBBS.,DCP.,

Blood Bank Officer

12

Dr Kumar Naik

 MBBS , MD

Associate professor

 

Non teaching faculty:

1

Smt.Gayathri

CMLT

Lab technologist

2

Mr.Vinay kumar HR

DMLT

Lab technologist

3

Smt.Uma G

DMLT

Lab technologist

4

Smt.Nirmala HS

PUC

DRA

5

Mr.Praveen

DMLT

Lab technologist

6

Mr.Prakash

JOC

Lab technologist

7

Smt.Zabeen taj

PUC

Attender

8

Smt.Chandrika

SSLC

Attender

 

Services available:

1

Histopathology

2

Cytopathology

3

Hematology

4

Clinical pathology

5

Blood bank

 

Academic activities:

Activities

PG

UG

Staff

Seminars

Once in  a month

Once in two months

 

Journal club

Twice in a month

 

Once in month.

CPC

Once in a month

 

Once in month

Gross discussions

Twice in a month

 

 

Slide discussions

Twice in a month

 

 

 

Research Laboratory

LCD monitor and pentahead microscope for academic and diagnostic purposes

Research activities:

Research projects (ongoing):

 1. Analysis of haematological parameters and peripheral smear findings of COVID- 19 patient’s blood sample. Dr Shivakumarswamy Udasimath

 2. Diagnostic pitfalls in fine needle aspiration of breast lumps. Dr Shashidhar

 3. Correlation of automated cell counter rbc histograms and peripheral smear in anaemias. Dr Shashidhar

 4. A Study of Histopathological Features of Upper Gastrointestinal Tract Endoscopic Biopsies. Dr Preeta Naik, Dr Manasa Das

 5. A comprehensive study of fibroepithelial lesions of breast with special emphasis on challenges in diagnosing phyllodes tumor Dr Preeta Naik, Dr.Sumaya

 6. Significance of tumor budding in colorectal carcinoma- a tertiary care centre study. Dr Preeta Naik, Dr Hemalatha J, Dr Sowmya T S

 7. Study on prognostic value of cytological grading systems of breast carcinoma in comparison with histopathological grading system. Dr Sowmya T S

 8. Implementation of Milan system of Reporting Salivary gland Cytopathology in our Institution : Dr Manasa Das, Dr K R Nagesha, Dr Preeta Naik 

 

Publications & Presentations:

Details (numbers) of research activities:

Year

Original research article published

Review articles published

Case reports published

Letters/brief communications

Oral presentations

Poster presentations

2009

 

 

 

 

 

5.

2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

2011

 

 

 

 

 

 

2012

2.

 

4.

 

 

 

2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

2015

 

 

 

1.

 

 

2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017

6

 

 

 

 

 

2018

2

 

 

 

 

 

2019

2

 

 

 

4

 

2020

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Details of publications:

1

Vijay.P.M , Kedarnath N.S, Sudha.V.M, Chandrashekarraju.                                                                  Fibrosarcoma In The Mandible – A Rare Case Report. Indian Journal Of Public Health Research & Development. 2012; 3(1):155-8.

Indian

2

Shivakumarswamy SU, Arakeri SU, Karigowdar MH, Yelikar BR. Diagnostic utility of the cell block method versus the conventional smear study in pleural fluid cytology.           J Cytol. 2012; 29:11-5.

Indian

3

Shivakumarswamy SU, Arakeri SU, Karigowdar MH, Yelikar BR. The Role of the Cell Block Method  in the Diagnosis of Malignant  Ascitic Fluid Effusions. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. 2012; 6(7): 1280-3.

Indian

4

Udasimath Shivakumarswamy, R Purushotham, H K Kumar Naik, K.R Nagesha.  Mixed Germ Cell Testicular Tumor” in an adult female- A case report.  Journal of Human Reproductive Sciences. 2012; 5(1):495-7. 

International

5

Udasimath Shivakumarswamy, Sowmya T.S, Purushotham R, Kumar Naik H K,  Nagesha K.R., Intra abdominal desmoids tumour-A case report. Int J Biol Med Res. 2012; 3(3): 2298-300.

International

6

Shivakumarswamy Udasimath, Vijay P.M., Purushotham R., Kumar NaikH., Nagesha. K.R. Bilateral primary synovial chondromatosis: A case report. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. 2012; 6(3):475-7. 

Indian

7

B.K.Bhagavan, Kumara naik,G .Kavyashree, C.Jayalakshmi, Kruthika Bhagavan. Chondrosarcoma of maxilla-A case report, IJSS Case report & reviews /August 2015/Vol 2/issue 3.

Indian

8

Sankappa P Sinhasan, KR Nagesha- Intra abdominal cystic lymphangioma in an adult female masquerading ovarian tumour, letter to editor. Cancer/Vol 52/issue 2/April-June 2015,380-381.

Indian

9

Utility of cervical pap smear study in cancer screening, to specify the strategy for cervicalcancer control. UdasimathShivakumarswamy, Mansa Das, Nagesha K.R. InternationalJournal of Scientific Research. 2017;6:04-06.

 

International

10

Histomorphological study of malignant neoplastic lesions of breast. UdasimathShivakumarswamy, Mansa Das, Nagesha K.R. Indian Journal of Pathology and researchand practice. 2017;6 Part I (4): 943-47.

Indian

11

Fine needle aspiration cytology utility in neoplastic thyroid lesions. UdasimathShivakumarswamy,Mansa Das, Nagesha K.R. Indian Journal of Pathology and research and practice. 2017;6Part II(6): 1067-77.

Indian

12

Evaluation of coronary atherosclerosis and other pathological findings in heart autopsyin a tertiary care hospital: A retrospective study. Purushotham R, Sowmya T S, Naik HK. Indian journal of Pathology: Research and practice. 2017;2:312-17.

Indian

13

Impact of IDNAT on blood safety. A retrospective study on prevelance of infectionmarkers and their trends among blood donors at a tertiary care hospital. Sowmya T S,Purushotham R, Naik H K. Indian journal of Pathology: Research and practice.2017;6:307-311.

Indian

14

Histopathological study of endometrial and cervical changes in hysterectomy specimens of perimenopausal age. Sandhya M, Sowmya T. S. Indian journal of Pathology: Research and practice. 2017;6 Part I (3): 513-17.

Indian

15

Study of histopathologic patterns of borderline and malignant ovarian tumor Dr. Manasa Das.Dr. ShivukumarswamyUdasimath .Dr. KR Nagesha International Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Pathology  1(2): 14-17;2018.

International

16

Impact of Bethesda system on reporting thyroid cytopathology. ManasaDas,ShivakumarswamyUdasimath, Nagesha K.R. Med Pus International Journal ofPathology. 2018;8(1):25-30.

International

17

Knowledge, attitude and practice regarding voluntary blood donation. SandhyaM,Purushotham R, Nagesha K.R. International journal of pathology: 2019;9:100-05.

International

18

Spectrum of dermatological lesions in skin biopsies-A histopathological study. Sandhya M, Sowmya T. S., Nagesha K.R. Med Pus International Journal of Pathology. 2019;9(3):106-10.

 

 

International

19

Coaglation abnormalities in Covid -19 positive patients patients” At Covid hospital  of Hassan Institutre of Medical Sciences, Hassan, This original article has been accepted by JEBMH publisher with  Udasimath Shivakumarswamy, Nagesha K R, Kumar Naik. Purushotham R

 

National

20

Study of Palpable Head and Neck Lesion by FNAC, Saudi Journal of Pathology & Microbiology , June 20194(6) 436-442. Dr Manasa Das

International

21

Histological Spectrum of Lesionin Kidney- A retrospective study . Medpulse International Journal of Pathology , June 2019:10(3) : 159-163. Manasa Das

International

22

Spectrum of Histopathological Lesions of Prostate in a tertiary care center, International Journal of Clinical and DiagnosticPathology. 2020;3(1):110-113    Dr Manasa Das

International

23

Adverse Reactions in Whole Blood Donors ; An Experience in a Tertiary Health care  Center – Accepted (Publication for Volume 5 Issue 12(Dec2020).  Saudi Journal of Pathology & Microbiology - Dr Sandhya M, Dr Purushotham , Dr Sowmya TS

International

 

Details of Poster Presentations at State Conferences:

1

FNAC of a hydatid cyst of liver. Purushotham R, Laxmikanth, Shivakumarswamy U, Somashekar. G.K.  Vijay.P.M , S Paramashivaiah.

Poster presented in 36th KCIAPM state conference on 24th October 2009, at JSS Medical College, Mysore.

 

2

Mac Callum Plaque in a medicolegal case – A case report. Shivakumarswamy U, H K Kumar Naik, Vijay.P.M ,  Purushotham R, Vishwanath R, S Paramashivaiah, Poster presented in 36th KCIAPM state conference on 24th October 2009, at JSS Medical College, Mysore.

 

3

Renal angiomyolipoam – An unusual presentation. Vijay.P.M , K. R Nagesha

Purushotham R, Padma S.R, Shivakumarswamy U, S Paramashivaiah, Gopinath., Poster presented in 36th KCIAPM state conference on 24th October 2009, at JSS Medical College, Mysore.

 

4

Primary sarcoma of breast – A rare case report. K. R Nagesha, Somashekar. G.K , H K Kumar Naik, Gopinath, S Paramashivaiah,

Poster presented in 36th KCIAPM state conference on 24th October 2009, at JSS Medical College, Mysore.

 

5

FNAC Diagnosis of bilateral dysgerminoma with syncitiotrophoblastic giant cells. Padma S.R, Shivakumarswamy U, Purushotham R, Manjunath. S,

 S Paramashivaiah, Poster presented in 36th KCIAPM state conference on 24th October 2009, at JSS Medical College, Mysore.

 

 

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