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Dr. Raj Kumar Prasad

MBBS, MD

Associate Professor (H.O.D)

Dr. Ganesh Kumar

MBBS, MD

Assistant Professor

Dr. Ravi Shankar

MBBS, MD

Assistant Professor

Dr. Chandra Shekhar Suman

MBBS, DCP

Tutor, Lecturer

Dr. Rajani Sinha

MBBS, DCP

Tutor

Dr. Leena Singh

MBBS, DCP

Tutor

Dr. Saroj Kumar Singh

MBBS, DCP

Tutor

Dr. Shaoor Nazish

MBBS, MD

Tutor

Dr. Kumar Yogesh

MBBS, MD

Tutor

Dr. Smriti Kumari

MBBS, MD

Tutor

Dr. Upasana Khalko

MBBS, MD

Tutor

skhalkho.upasana 3@gmail.com

Department of Pathology

i) GOAL

The broad goal of the teaching of undergraduate student in Pathology is to provide the students with a comprehensive knowledge of the mechanisms and causes of disease.

 

In order to enable him/her to achieve complete understanding of the natural history and clinical manifestations of disease.

ii) OBJECTIVES

a) KNOWLEDGE

At the end of the course, the student should be able to :-

(1) describe the structure and ultrastructure of a sick cell, mechanisms of cell degeneration, cell death and repair and be able to correlate structural and functional alterations.

(2) The pathophysiological processes which govern the maintenance of homeostasis, mechanisms of their disturbance and the morphological and clinical manifestations associated with it.

3.  the mechanisms and patterns of tissue response to injury such that she/he can appreciate the pathophysiology of disease processes and their clinical manifestations.

4. Correlate normal and altered morphology (gross and microscopic) of different organ systems in common diseases to the extent needed for understanding of disease processes and their clinical significance.

 

b. SKILLS

At the end of the course,

the student should be able to describe

the following below :-

1. The rationale and principles of technical procedures of the diagnostic laboratory tests and interpretation of the results;

2. performance of  the simple bed-side tests on blood, urine and other biological fluid samples;

3. To draw a rational scheme of investigations aimed at diagnosing and managing the cases of common disorders;

4. To understand biochemical/physiological disturbances that occur as a result of disease in collaboration with pre clinical departments.

c. INTEGRATION

At the end of training he/she should be able to integrate the causes of disease and relationship of different etiological factors

(social, economic and environmental)

that contribute to the natural history of diseases most prevalent in India.

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