DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACOLOGY
DEPARTMENT OF FORENSIC MEDICINE & TOXICOLOGY
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY MEDICINE
DEPARTMENT OF HYDROTHERAPY & CLAY THERAPY
DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY
Anatomy is a branch of medical science that focuses on the structure and organization of living organisms. It studies the different body systems and their organs, tissues, cells, and molecules. The primary goal of the anatomy department is to provide a comprehensive understanding of the human body, its functions, and its interrelationships with other systems.
The anatomy department typically includes various sub-disciplines, such as gross anatomy, microanatomy, developmental anatomy, and comparative anatomy. Students and researchers in the anatomy department use a variety of methods, including dissection, histology, and imaging techniques, to examine and study the various structures of the body.
In addition to providing a fundamental understanding of the human body, the anatomy department is also essential in the fields of medicine, physiology, and biology. Medical students, for instance, rely heavily on the knowledge and skills gained from anatomy courses to diagnose, treat diseases, and conduct research. Overall, the anatomy department plays a critical role in advancing our understanding of the human body, helping us to improve healthcare outcomes and develop new medical treatments and technologies. The anatomy department plays a critical role in medical education. Medical students must complete anatomy courses to gain a fundamental understanding of the human body, its functions, and its interrelationships with other systems. This knowledge is essential for diagnosing and treating diseases and injuries, performing surgeries, and conducting medical research.
We are providing in our Anatomy Lab. is very big Cadaver Room having 3-4 CADEVERS , numerous specimen of Organs, Models, computerized charts, diagrams, laminated charts& skeleton (articular frame work of the Bones) in this laboratory various students dissecting to dead body so the students have a good clinico anatomical knowledge . To help the students we have brief accounts of Histological features for developmental aspects