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PERIODIC ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES HELD IN THE DEPARTMENT
Symposiums are conducted periodically after completion of each region.
The MBBS students regularly participate in quiz contests held in the college as well as intercollegiate quiz contests.
Integrated CME of Anatomy and Surgery departments was conducted in 2008.
An endoscopic workshop was conducted with ENT collaboration in the Anatomy dissection hall in 2011.
Oculofest- a CME was conducted in this college in 2012 in which our students participated and exhibited models of the optic pathway and won prize.
RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS
 In National Journals
 Anatomical society of India.
 Research paper “Intrahepatic branching pattern of Portal vein” was published in 2010.
National Journal of Basic Medical Sciences (NJBMS)
1. An article “Aberrant left hepatic artery from left gastric artery” was published in 2011.
2. An article, “Superior mesenteric artery arising from celiac axis associated with an Accessory left hepatic artery from Left gastric artery- a rare anatomic variation” was published recently.
 
 
In International Journals
International Journal of Anatomical Variations (IJAV)
An article, “An unusual variation in the branching pattern of Axillary artery” has been accepted to be published online soon.
On-going research
A study of “Musculocutaneous nerve variations” since 2006.
Prizes won
In the preliminary level, our students have won prizes in the quiz competition conducted by the Elsevier Publications in 2012.
In the Oculofest ( Ophthalmology workshop) conducted in 2012, in K.A.P.V.Govt Medical College, our I MBBS students won the
Second prize for their Poster Presentation on Anatomy.
 
 
 and also in each department conducting Quiz programmes, CME, workshops, interesting case presentation, research paper presentation, journal clubs, amd inter college quiss regularly. 
 
Recently First MBBS students won the THIRD PLACE in the annual intercollege Physiology quiz conducted at Govt. Medical College, Vellore.
 

 


 
 

 

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