Anatomy

Department of Anatomy

The Department of Anatomy, KIMS is situated at  Banashankari 2nd stage, Bangalore, in  the First floor of the college building. The Department has nine teaching staff members, twelve postgraduate students and about fifteen non teaching staff. It has a spacious Dissection hall with the capacity to accommodate 250 students and a Histology laboratory with required number of Microscopes and a capacity to accomodate 100 students. There is a well equipped Post Graduate histology lab to carry out the staining procedures and to prepare the slides for teaching as well as research purposes. The Department   has an excellent museum where the dissected specimens, embryology models, osteology   embryology and comparative anatomy specimens and also anthropometry instruments are displayed. There is a Department Library with all the required latest edition Anatomy books as well as reference books   related to the subject. Various state, national and international journals are also available. There are demonstration class rooms for teaching small batches. A good spacious gallery class room is available for conducting theory classes with  facilities  of various teaching methods like  black board, OHP  and LCD projectors.

Department of Anatomy Facilities

FACILITIES   AVAILABLE IN THE DEPARTMENT
  • Adequate, well qualified, experienced teaching staff.
  • Dissection hall- 130x30 feet with 20 dissection tables, with mortuary.
  • Museum -100x30 feet.  with, wet & dry specimens, models and charts.
  • Histology laboratory for both undergraduate and Post graduate, requirements, available independently. Histology lab size: 80x30 feet. Preparation room with facilities for photography is also available.
  • Lecture classes, Demonstration room, Seminar room, departmental Library available

Sl No.

Name

Designation

Degree

E-Mail

PHOTOS

1     Dr. Lalitha C     Prof & HOD

M Sc, Ph D

    lalithahal@yahoo.co.in
2     Dr. Shubha R     Professor

MS

    rajannashubha70@gmail.com
3     Dr. Roshni B     Professor

MS

    roshnibajpe@gmail.com
4     Dr.Jeyanthi K     Associate Professor

MD

    jkjeyanthi@gmail.com
5     Dr. Suman U     Associate Professor

MD

    sumanvadhiraj@gmail.com
6     Dr. Pushpa Gowda     Associate Professor

MD

    pushpa.anilk@gmail.com
7     Dr. Mouna Subbaramaiah     Associate Professor

MD

    msjkims@gmail.com
8     Dr. Archana R     Associate Professor

MD

    drarchanakk@gmail.com
9     Dr Arunashri     Tutor

BHMS, MSc

    drarunashri14@gmail.com

There is an active body donation programme going on in the department for the past 10 years and about 150 registrations and 60 donationns have taken place till now.

The department  is involved in Under Graduate and Post Graduate Teaching in both Medical and Paramedical Courses.

  • Theory  classes conducted for first year MBBS students
  • Dissection  classes conducted daily for first year MBBS students
  • Histology practical classes conducted four days in a week for first year MBBS students
  • Theory, Histology  practicals ,Dissection classes conducted twice a week for First year Dental students
  • Paramedical teaching both theory and practical classes conducted for First year  Physiotherapy  and  Nursing students
  • Postgraduate teaching programme conducted for Dental,  and Orthopaedic students once a week
  • Postgraduate teaching for the students of MD Anatomy like Prosections , Histology Slide Discussion, Seminars and Journal clubs are conducted regularly
  • Internal  Assesments  are conducted as per RGUHS schedule
  • Anatomy classes for Mobility India students are conducted twice a week
  • Postgraduate dissertation work is being carried out in the Department
  • Various Research projects are being conducted by the teaching staff
  • Publications in various Research fields by all the teaching staff  and postgraduate students are carried out effectively
  • Active participation of postgraduate students and teaching staff in various conferences both at National and International levels by presenting papers.
  • Has conducted a National level   Anatomy  quiz for  MBBS students in a National Conference at KIMS COLLEGE – KARMIC 2014 in the month of April 2014.
  • Has conducted a National CME Programme on Museum Techniques  and  Embalming in the year 2010 December
  • Teaching Staff also involved in conducting Medical education programmes.(MEU)

PUBLICATIONS

Dr. Lalitha C

  1. Lalitha.C, SayeeRajangam “Karyotyping and Microdeletion y study in Male infertility” Obs&GynaeToday ; Kamalraj Publishers Feb. 2008, Vol. XIII; No.2.82-52
  2. SudarshanBabu K G, Shubha R, Mekala D, Jeyanthi K, Lalitha C, “An anatomical study of variations in termination of brachial artery- Embryological basis and clinical implication” Journal of Dental and Medical sciences; July 2013, 9, 68-75.
  3. SudarshanBabu K G, Shubha R, Mekala D, Lalitha C, Jeyanthi K “Relation of median nerve to brachial artery: variations, embryological basis and clinical significance”IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences; Sept – Oct 2013;Vol 9 (5);56 – 59.
  4. Jeyanthi.K, Lalitha.C, “Morphometric study of foramen spinosum in Human skulls” Int J Cur Res Rev; July 2013, Vol 5 ,PP 44—8; International- Scope Med, Index Copernicus,
  5. Apoorva D, Lalitha C.“Unascended left kidney with malrotation: a rare congenital anomaly” International journal of Science and Research; Sept 2013, Vol 2 (9), 54 – 56 .
  6. Lalitha C, Sayee R, ApoorvaD.“Environmental / Occupational factors and seasonality of birth – male infertility”. International journal of Scientific and Research; Sept 2013,Vol 3 (9); PP 1-3.
  7. Lalitha.C, SayeeRajangam, RanganathVallabhajosyula “Anatomical and Developmental abnormalities associated with Hypogonadism and Infertility in Males”World research journal of Anatomy; April 2013, Vol – I:14-17.
  8. Lalitha C, Sayee R, Jeyanthi K, Shubha R.,”Hormonal factors associated with hypogonadism and infertility in males –chromosomal abnormality. Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences; Sept - Oct 2013, Vol 10 (1); 71 – 75.
  9. Ashwini.N.S, Jyothilakshmi.T.K, Lalitha.C, “Variations of Greater Splanchnic nerves” Anatomica Karnataka- An International Journal; Apr 2014; vol 8;40-46.
  10. Apoorva D, Lalitha.C, Girish.VPatil ”Deltoid ligament study in terms of its shape and size.”International Journal of Science and Research, Nov 2014; vol 3 (11);322-27.
  11. Apoorva D, Lalitha.C, Girish Patil., “Morphometric study of Calcaneofibular ligament of Ankle”.Journal of Evidence based Medicine and Health care; Nov 2014; vol (10),1268-74.
  12. Apoorva D, Lalitha.C, Girish.V. Patil, “Morphometric study of Posterior talofibular ligament of Ankle”.Journal of Evidence based Medicine and Health care; Nov 2014, vol (10) :1263-67.
  13. Dr. Apoorva D., Dr. Lalitha C., Dr. Girish V. Patil.,”Morphometric study of Anterior and Posterior Talofibular ligament of Ankle by MRI images”. Int. J. Of Science and Research, Nov. 2014;Vol.3(11):PP 307-11.
  14. Apoorva D, Lalitha.C, Girish Patil. ”Morphometric study of Anteriortalofibular ligament of Ankle.”Journal of Evidence based Medicine and Health care; Nov 2014, vol (10) 1282-88.
  15. RanganathVallabhajosyula, SayeeRajangam, Lalitha.C.,”Association of parental origin with clinical profile in Klinefeltersyndrome.”Journal of Clinical Diagnosis and Research; 2015 Mar 9(3):Gco1-Gco3.
  16. SayeeRajangam, LeelavathyNanjappa, C. Lalitha.“Paternal age”: The Considerable Confounding Risk Factor in Chromosomal Aneuploidies”.Int J. Hum Genet 2018;(4):15-18
  17. Dr. Arunashri, Dr. Venkateshu K. V., Dr. Lalitha C.,“A database for facial expressions among Indians” Medpulse International Journal of Anatomy;Feb. 2021,17(2);12-16.
  18. Arunashri, Lalitha C., & K.V. Venkateshu,“A Novel Method to Estimate Height of an Individual with Facial Index”Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology; July 2021; 15(3): 40-43.

Dr. Shubha R

  1. V Balasubramanyam, Shubha R, RoopaRavindranath and I M Thomas “Computer applications in paramedical teaching – A trial for the nursing course”.Trends in Medical Education Vol 3 (1) 3-5, 1996.
  2. SayeeRajangam, R Victor, R Shubha and I M Thomas “PAS- Longevity of the stain”.AnatomicaKarnataka 2001 : Vol 1 (2) , 33-37.
  3. Ravindranath R, Shubha R, Nagesh H.V, Johnson J, Rajangam S “Dermatoglyphics in Rheumatoid Arthritis”. Indian Journal of Medical Sciences, 2003, Oct, 57 (10): 437-41.
  4. C.A. Ashwini ,R.Shubha, K.S.Jayanthi “Comparative Anatomy of the Circle of Willis in man, cow, sheep, goat and pig”. Neuroanatomy 2008: 7 : 54 – 85.
  5. SayeeRajangam, RoopaRavindranath, Shubha R, Nagesh H.V and Job Johnson “Dermatoglyphics in Rheumatoid Arthritis- qualitative analysis”. Anthropologist 2008: 10 (3) : 233 – 235.
  6. Akhilandeswari B., Shubha R “Study of origin of Musculocutaneous nerve”. AnatomicaKarnataka 2009 : Vol 3 , No: 3: 31-34.
  7. Akhilandeshwari .B, Shubha.R “Branches of musculocutaneous nerve – a study ”Anatomica Karnataka 2010 : Vol 4 No: 3: 52-55.
  8. Shruthi B N, Shubha R “Correlation of caliber of main renal artery with that of accessory renal artery” Anatomica Karnataka 2011 : Vol 5 No: 3: 30-33.
  9. Akhilandeshwari B, Shubha R “ Communication between musculocutaneous nerve and median nerve – A study” International Journal of Current Research Review, April 2013, Vol 5 (8), 32 – 40.
  10. Shubha R, SudarshanBabu K G, Mekala D, Jeyanthi K, Lalitha C “ An anatomical study of variations in termination of brachial artery: embryological basis and clinical implication” IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences, July–Aug 2013, Vol 9 (1), 68-75
  11. SudarshanBabu K G, Shubha R, Mekala D, Lalitha C, Jeyanthi K “ Relation of median nerve to brachial artery: variations, embryological basis and clinical significance” IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences, Sept-Oct 2013, Vol 9 (5), 56-59
  12. Jeyanthi Krishnamurthy, Lalitha Chandra, Shubha Rajanna“ Morphometric study of foramen spinosum in human skulls” International Journal of Current Research Review, July 2013, Vol 5 (14), 44 – 48
  13. Jayakumar V R, RoshniBajpe, Shubha R “ The nerve supply to Extensor Carpi Radialis Brevis muscle – a study” International Journal of Current Research Review, Sept 2013, Vol 5 (17), 116 – 123
  14. Lalitha C, Sayee R, Jeyanthi K, Shubha R “ Hormonal factors associated with hypogonadism and infertility in males – chromosomal abnormality” IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences, Sept - Oct 2013, Vol 10 (1), 71–75.
  15. RoshniBajpe, K S Jayanthi, R Shubha “ Infraorbital sulcus – a study in 100 skulls”. Journal of Evolution of Medical & Dental Sciences, Aug 2014, Vol 3, 10007 – 10014.
  16. Dimple Dev V, Suman U, Shubha R “Study of incidence, laterality and patency of the posterior condylar canal in 100 dry human skulls” International Journal of Anatomy and Research, Jan 2015, Vol 3 (1), 831 – 834 .
  17. Sarala H S, Jyothilakshmi T. K., Shubha R “Morphological variations of caudate lobe of the liver and their clinical implications” International Journal of Anatomy and Research, 2015, Vol 3 (2), 980 – 83.
  18. RoshniBajpe, Tarakeshwari R, R Shubha “ Gantzer muscles, a study on 50 cadaveric upper limbs” National Journal of Clinical Anatomy, Nov 2015, Vol 4 (4), 179 – 185.
  19. Mekala D, Shubha R, Rohini Devi M “ Orbital dimensions and orbital index : A measurement study on South Indian dry skulls” International Journal of Anatomy and Research, 2015, Vol 3 (3), 1387 – 91.
  20. Vinutha S P, Shubha R “ Morphometry and sexual dimorphism in foramen magnum : A study of human skull bones” International Journal of Anatomy and Research, 2016, Vol 4 (3), 2593 – 99.
  21. Vinutha S P, Shubha R “Discriminant functional analysis of foramen magnum variables in south Indian population” International Journal of Clinical Anatomy and Physiology, Jan – March 2017, Vol 4 (1), 112 – 117.
  22. SujayHalkur Shankar, Sandeep Ballal, R. Shubha “Study of normal volumetric variation in the putamen with age and sex using magnetic resonance imaging” Clinical Anatomy, May 2017, Vol 30 (4), 461-466.
  23. Mekala D, Shubha R, Vimala V “ Morphometry of orbit in South Indian dry skulls - dimensions of orbital roof and floor”International Journal of Anatomy and Research, 2018, Vol 6 (1.1), 4876 - 79 .
  24. S P Vinutha, V Suresh, R Shubha “ Discriminant function analysis of Foramen magnum variables in South Indian population: A study of computerized tomographic images” Anatomy Research International, Volume 2018, Article ID 2056291.
  25. Aruna, R Shubha, SayeeRajangam “Absence of sternohyoid muscle on the right side.AnatomicaKarnataka 2001 : Vol 1 (3) , 6-7.
  26. Shruthi B.N. ,Shubha.R “Precaval right renal artery- A case report” Anatomica Karnataka 2010 : Vol 4 No: 3: 49-51
  27. Pushpa N B, RoshniBajpe, Shubha R “ Bicepsbrachii with third head: a case report” International Journal of Scientific Research, August 2013, Vol 2 (8), 179 - 180
  28. Pushpa N B, RoshniBajpe, Shubha R “ Completely ossified suprascapular ligament : a case report” International Journal of Current Research Review, Sept 2013, Vol 5 (17), 79 – 81
  29. Vinutha Sunil, Shubha Rajanna, Gitanjali, JayanthiKadaba“ Variation in the insertion of the palmaris longus tendon : a case report” Singapore Medical Journal, 2015, 56 (1), e7 – e9
  30. Tarakeshwari R, RoshniBajpe, Shubha R “ Axillary arch : a case report” KIMS National Medical Journal, July – Sept 2016, Vol 1 (1), 32 – 33.

Dr. Roshni B

  1. Jayakumar V. R., RoshniBajpe, Shubha R. “Variation in the Insertion of Brachialis Muscle- A case report”. International Journal of Science and Research ISSN : 2319-7064 (Online) Feb. 2013 Vol.3, issue 2; PP 1-3.
  2. Pushpa NB, Roshni B. “Biceps Brachii with third Head: A case Report”International Journal of Science and Research ISSN : 2319-7064 (Online); Aug. 2013; Vol 2, issue 8:PP1-2
  3. Pushpa N.B., Roshni B., Shubha R., “Completely ossified Suprascapular Ligament- A case Report”International Journal of Current Research and Review ISSN: 2231-2196 (Print)ISSN: 0975-5241 (Online) ,Sep.2013; Vol. 5 (17); Page 116-123.
  4. Roshni B., K.S. Jayanthi , R. Shubha.”Infra Orbital Sulcus: A Study in 100 skulls” Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences Aug. 2014;Vol.3, issue 39:Page 10007-14.
  5. Roshni B., Tarakeshwari R., Shubha R. “Gantzer Muscles: A Study on 50 cadaveric Upperlimbs” National Journal of Clinical Anatomy ; 2015; Vol 4(4); Page 179-185.
  6. MounaSubbaramaiah, Roshni B., S R. Jagannatha, K. S. Jayanthi. “A Study of Various forms of Mandibular Coronoid Process in Determination of Sex” Indian Journal of Clinical Anatomy and Physiology.2015 Vol. 2(4)Page 199-203.
  7. Sucharita Annam, RoshniBajpe.”Spectrum of Morphological and Histological Characteristics of Spino-glenoid Ligament with its Topographical Anatomy”.Research Journal of Pharmaceuitical, Biological and Chemical Sciences. July-Aug. 2015Vol.6 (4); Page 1960-64.
  8. Pushpa NB, Roshni B., “Morphology of Suprascapular Notch: A Study on 176 Dry Scapulae”. International Journal of Anatomy And Research; Dec. 2015; Vol.3(4):1642-45 .
  9. Tarakeshwari R., RoshniBajpe., Shubha R.”Axillary Arch “KIMS National Medical Journal; July-Sept.2016;Vol.1(1); Page 32-33;
  10. Pushpa NB, RoshniBajpe., “Sexual Dimorphism of Lip Prints in South Indian Population” Indian Journal of Clinical Anatomy And Physiology July-Sept. 2017 Vol.4(3); Page 392-95;
  11. Jayakumar V.R., Paramasivam V., RoshniBajpe. “Study of Brachialis Muscle: Additional Slip and its clinical Significance” International Journal of Anatomy And Research; Sept. 2018; Vol.6(4.3); Page 5974-77.
  12. Pushpa Nagavalli Basavanna, RoshniBajpe. ” Study of Acromial Shapes in Relation to Gender”. National Journal of Clinical Anatomy; 2019 Vol.8; Page 87-90.
  13. Pushpa N. B., RoshniBajpe, Pushpalatha K., Deepabhat. “Morphometry of Acromion Process of Scapula with respect to Gender” Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development; Jan.2020; Vol.11 No.1;Page 874-79.

Dr. Jeyanthi K

  1. Suman Tiwari, K. Jeyanthi;”Study of Origin of inferior Phrenic Arteries from Coeliac Trunk” Anatomica Karnataka- An International Journal; Dec. 2012; Vol 6(3): Page 38-41.
  2. SudarshanBabu K G, Shubha R, Mekala D, Lalitha C, Jeyanthi K. “Relation of median nerve to brachial artery: variations, embryological basis and clinical significance” IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences,Sept – Oct 2013, Vol 9 (5);56 – 59.
  3. Jeyanthi.K, Lalitha.c,”Morphometric study of foramen spinosum in Human skulls”Int J Cur Res Rev;July 2013 Vol 5 Vol 5, PP 44—48.
  4. Suman Tiwari, Jeyanthi.K.”Study of Coeliac Trunk-Length and its branches”Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences;August 2013,Vol.8(6)Page 60-65.
  5. Lalitha C, Sayee R, Jeyanthi K, Shubha R.”Hormonal factors associated with hypogonadism and infertility in males –chromosomal abnormality”. Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences, Sept - Oct 2013Vol 10 (1),71 – 75.
  6. Maruthy Prasad, JeyanthiK.”Variations in the formation and Termination of azygous vein in South Indian Population” International Journal of Anatomy and Research 2018, Vol 6(2.3) 5384-89.

Dr. Suman U

  1. Dr. Suman U., Dr. Jayanthi K. S. ”Perisistence of Median Artery in the Palm”Anatomica Karnataka- An International Journal;2009;Vol3(3)Page 58-61.
  2. Dr. Suman U., Dr. Jayanthi K. S., A Study of Complete Superficial Palmar Arches formed entirely by ulnar artery Journal of Anatomical Society of India 2011; Vol.60(2);Page 199-201.
  3. Dr. Suman U., Dr. Jayanthi. K. S.”Interparietal(Inca) bone –A Case Report”International Journal of Anatomical Variation”2011;Vol.4;Page 90-92.
  4. Dr. Dimple Dev., Dr. Suman U., Dr. Shubha R. Study of Incidence, Laterality and patency of posterior Condylar Canal in 100 Dry Human Skulls” International Journal of Anatomy and Research 2015;Vol. 3(1):Page 831-34.
  5. Dr. Suman U., Dr. Pushpa Gowda. “Patterns of Arterial Arcades of the superficial Palmar Arch – A study in Embalmed Cadaver Palms” International Journal of Anatomy And Research; Sept. 2021, Vol.9(3.3):8097-02.

Dr. Pushpa Gowda

  1. Pushpa Gowda, Jayanthi K. S.“Study of Umbilical Cord in Normal and Hypertensive pregnancies”Anatomica Karnataka – An International Journal; 2010;Vol. 4(2);17-22.
  2. Pushpa Gowda, Jayanthi K. S.Morphological and Morphometrical study of Placenta in normal and Hypertensive Pregnancies”National Journal of Clinical Anatomy”2014;Vol.3(1);24-28.
  3. Dr. Suman U., Dr. Pushpa Gowda. “Patterns of Arterial Arcades of the superficial Palmar Arch – A study in Embalmed Cadaver Palms” International Journal of Anatomy And Research; Sept. 2021, Vol.9(3.3):8097-02.

Dr. Mouna Subbaramaiah

  1. Pradeep Kumar, MV, Anand P. Rayamane, MounaSubbaramaiah “Sudden Death Due to Eagle Syndrome -A Case Report” : Am J Forensic Med Pathol.; September 2013., Volume 34, Number 3, Page 231-33.
  2. S. C. Sanjay, MounaSubbaramaiah, Jagannatha S. R.,“Variation in Size and Shape of a Normal Adult Female Pituitary Gland: a Radiological Study”; Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences 2014; Vol. 3, Issue 18, May 05; Page: 4934-39.
  3. Jagannatha S. R., MounaSubbaramaiah. “Age related changes in adult human kidneys- an autopsy study” Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology; Year: 2014, Volume: 8, Issue: 2; 126-9.
  4. MounaSubbaramaiah, RoshniBajpe, S.R.Jagannatha, K.S. Jayanthi; “A Study of Various Forms of Mandibular Coronoid Process in Determination of Sex”: Indian Journal of Clinical Anatomy and Physiology 2015;2(4):199-203.
  5. MounaSubbaramaiah, S.R.Jagannatha;“Size of coronoid process and ramus as novel parameters in determination of mandibular sex”: Indian Journal of Clinical Anatomy and Physiology 2018;5(3):402-405.

Dr. Archana R

  1. Dr Archana.R.“The Study of Micronucleus Index in patients presenting with Malignant lesions Journal of evidence based medicine and health care; 2015,Vol 2,issue 33,5023-29.
  2. Dr Archana.R, DrShashirekha M, DrGeethanjaliB.S”The Study of Micronucleus Index in patients presenting with Pre Malignant lesions” International Journal of Health sciences and research; 2013; Vol 3,issue 11,56-60
  3. Dr Prakash,DrThimmaiahRajini, DrArchana.R, DrGeethanjaliBasavraj,Sivacharan ”Variations in the anatomy of the Thyroid Gland- Clinical Implications of a cadaver study AnatSci International; 2011Vol3; 345-9.

Dr. Arunashri

  1. C. Gupta, A.S.D’souza, P.Shetty, P.Vidya, ArunashriAcharya.“A morphological study to note the anatomical variations in the branching pattern of the lateral cord of the brachial plexus”Journal of Morphological Sciences January 2011; 28(3):161-16.
  2. Mamatha H., Sushma RK, Arunashri, D’souza AS “Morphological study of the formative pattern of the circle of Willis”Elixir Applied Biology2012 53; 12099-102.
  3. Suhani S, Mamatha H, Lakshmeesha Rao, Aruna Shree, Naveen Kumar “Supernumerary Heads Of Biceps Brachii Muscle In South Indian Cadavers” Anatomy Journal of Africa; 2013: 2 (1); PP 108-11
  4. Varalakshmi KL, Sangeetha M., ShilpaN.Naik, Arunashri Acharya “An osteological study of morphometry of hard palate and its importance”International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences 2015:3(9), 2210-13
  5. Dr. Arunashri, Dr. Venkateshu K. V., Dr. Lalitha C.,“A database for facial expressions among Indians” Medpulse International Journal of Anatomy;; Feb. 2021 ; 17(2):12-16.
  6. Arunashri, L.alitha C., & K.V. Venkateshu ”A Novel Method to Estimate Height of an Individual with Facial Index”Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology; July 2021; 15(3), PP 40-43.

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