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PATHOLOGY

  About the Department

Goal

The goal of teaching pathology is to provide undergraduate students comprehensive knowledge of the causes and mechanisms of disease, in order to enable them to achieve complete understanding of the natural history and clinical manifestations of the disease.

The goal of postgraduate medical education shall be to produce competent specialist

Educational Objectives

The broad goal of the teaching of undergraduate and postgraduate students in Pathology is to achieve the highest standards as far as academic teaching is concerned.

To conduct various UG/PG curricular activities with respect to MCI/MUHS guidelines.

Skill

Integration

At the end of one and half years, the student shall be able to integrate the causes and mechanisms of disease most prevalent in India with their natural history for the understanding of their clinical course and management.

  Facilities

Specialized Service Provided by the Department

The Department provides facilities in the field of :

1) Haematology
  • Routine Haematological Investigations Facilities available for work up :
  • Coagulation Disorders
  • Leukemia
  • Nutritional Anaemia
  • Hemolytic Anaemia
  • Bone Marrow aspiration and biopsy procedures are being routinely done.
2) Blood Bank
  • Whole Blood
  • Blood Components
3) Histopathology
  • Frozen Section
  • Special Stains
  • Immunohistochemistry (IHC) Set up
  • Biopsy and Surgical Pathology Study
4) Cytopathology
  • Exfoliative Cytology especially Pap Smear for screening and early detection of carcinoma cervix and related lesions
  • Liquid Based Pap Test (BD SurePath)
  • Fluid Cytology (all Fluids)
  • FNAC
  • FNAC (USG and CT guided)

Specialized Equipment available in the Department

Library

There is a separate Departmental Library

Departmental Research Lab

There is separate Research Laboratory in Pathology Department with equipments.

Departmental Museum

There is a Museum in Pathology Department in which specimens are arranged properly. There are mounted and unmounted specimens available. Charts and Catalogues are also available in the museum.

  Publications

Sr .No. Name of Authors Citation Year of Publication
1 Dr. Harshal Patil (1st)
Dr. Archana Patil (2nd)
Dr. Mahajan S. V. (3rd)
Cytological Profile of Thyroid Lesions and it’s Correlation with Clinical and Ultrasonography Findings
MVP Journal of Medical Sciences, Vol 3(1), 28-32
January 2016
2 Dr. Bajaj Preeti (1st)
Dr. Kasture Jyoti (2nd)
Dr. Shah Balbir (3rd)

Plasma Cell Leukemia: Clinicopathological Profile of Five Cases
Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology, Volume 9 Number 3

July - September 2016
3 Dr. Ghadi Prakash (1st)
Dr. Majid F Al-alsubeiy (2nd)
Dr. Hassan A. T. Alalwan (3rd)
Correlation of Metabolic and Morphological Effects of Trigonella Foenum Graecum (Fenugreek) in Liver and Skeletal Muscles of Alloxan Induced Diabetic Rats
International Journal of Health Sciences & Research 112 Vol.6; Issue: 7
July 2016
4 Dr. Rajiv Jadhav (1st)
Dr. Archana Ukey (2nd)
Cytological Profile of Lymphadenopathies at Tertiary Health Care Institute
MVP Journal of Medical Sciences, Vol 3(2), 96-100
July - December 2016
5 Dr. Preeti Bajaj (1st)
Dr. Rajyaguru D. M. (2nd)
Dr. B. S. Shah (3rd)
Dr. Amrinder Kaur (4th)

Hyperbasophilic Variant of Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia
 MVP Journal of Medical Sciences, Vol. 3(2), 125–127, July-

December 2016
6 Dr. Harshal Patil (1st)
Dr. Archana Patil (2nd)
Dr. Mahajan S. V. (3rd)
Histopathological Findings in Uterus and Cervix of Hysterectomy Specimens
MVP Journal of Medical Sciences, Vol 2(1), 26–29
January - June 2015
7 Dr. P. Kaur (1st)
Dr. B.S. Shah (2nd)
Dr. Preeti Bajaj (3rd)
Multiple myeloma: A clinical and pathological profile
 G. J. O. Issue 16, 2014
July 2014
8 Dr. Nita Gangurde (1st)
Dr. Preeti Bajaj (2nd)
Dr. Sunita Phatale (3rd)
Prevalence Of Inducible Clindamycin Resistance Among Staphylococcus Aureus Isolates In A Tertiary Care Hospital: An Alarm Before “No Antibiotic Era”
Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Science 2278-4748/ Vol. 3/ Issue 18
May 2014
9 Dr. Preeti Bajaj (1st)
Dr. Mrunal Patil (2nd)
Dr. Balaji Almale (3rd)

Microteaching in Medical Education
MVP Journal of Medical Sciences, Vol. 1(2), 84–86,

Jul 2014
10 Dr. S. D. Chavan (1st)
Dr. Mahajan S. V. (2nd)
Dr. Ashok Vankudre (3rd)

A Descriptive Study on Patients of Papulosquamous Lesion at Tertiary Care Institute
MVP Journal of Medical Sciences, Vol 1(1), 30–35

January 2014