Goal: The broad goal of the teaching of undergraduate students in Anatomy aims at providing comprehensive knowledge of the gross and microscopic structure and development of human body to provide a basis for understanding the clinical correlation of organs or structures involved and the anatomical basis for the disease presentations.

The subject deals with the structure of human body. The curriculum for subject is as follow:

1. General Anatomy

2. Regional Anatomy

a. - Upper limb

b. - Lower limb

c. - Abdomen

d. - Thorax

e. - Head Face Neck

f. - Spinal Cord & Brain

3. Micro-Anatomy

I - General Histology

II - Systemic Histology

4. Developmental Anatomy

I - General Embryology

II - Systemic Embryology

5. Genetics

6. Radiological Anatomy, USG, CT, MRI

7. Surface Anatomy, Living & Marking Anatomy books recommended

1) Gray's Anatomy

2) Sahana's Human Anatomy

3) Chouraia's Human Anatomy 3 volumes

4) Cunningham's manual of Practical Anatomy

5) Regional Anatomy by R. J. Last

6) Human Histology by Inderbir Singh

7) Atlas of Human Histology- DIFORE

8) Surgical Anatomy- McGregor

9) Histolgoy- by ham,

10) Human Embryology – Inderbir Singh,

11) Medical Embryology – Langman,

12) Surface Anatomy & Radiology – Halim Das,

13) General Anatomy by – Chowrisia

14) Text book of Neuroanatomy – Inderbir Singh

15) Central Nervous System – Podar Bhagat

16) Clinical anatomy for medical students – Richard Snell

17) Sociology and Health – Niraj Pandit, B. I Publication, NewDelhi

Dr. (Prof.) Uday Shankar Sahay


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Dr. (Prof.) Uday Shankar Sahay Professor(HOD) 9431086559
Dr. Aloka Sharma Professor
Dr. Amresh Kumar Tutor
Dr. Anant Kumar Pandit Assistant Professor 9931457450
Dr. Mahesh Kumar Tutor
Dr. Nirmaja Jha Assistant Professor 9431825392
Dr. Shilpi Rani Tutor


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