The clinical programmes of the department offer advanced services in all sub specialties including, Anatomic Pathology, Clinical Pathology, Surgical Pathology, Cyto pathology and Haematology and are run by distinguished faculty members.
Lab medicine Programmes are dedicated to serve physicians and their patients. Laboratories are fully automated and run by qualified specialists
Anatomic pathology (Surgical) is credited with over fourteen years of service. The lab processes 5000 surgical pathology specimens, 2500 cytopathology samples including 1500 exfoliative cytology and 100 FNAC samples annually, specimens are received from this hospital and referring hospitals in and around Karakonam. In addition to the routine tissue processing, immunohistochemistry and Frozensections are also being done routinely.
Fully automated Haematology and clinical pathology lab is run 24×7 and supervised by the department and doing 20000 investigtions monthly. In addition to the routine investigations, workup in special cases like Anemia and Hemolytic disease of new born is being done.
The department is participating in the external quality control programme conducted by AIIMS, New Delhi.
A 24 X 7 functioning blood bank is available, with facilities for component separation modern screening facilities are available including HIV, HBS Ag and HCV for selection of donors. The blood bank caters to peripheral hospitals also. Donor awareness campaigns are regularly conducted. Blood donor’s forum involving student and faculty is active under the guidance of this section.1200 donors are coming annually. The blood bank runs external quality assurance programme with CMC, Vellore.
Education and training
Faculty members are actively engaged in undergraduate teaching for MBBS course with student strength of 100 annually. Training is given to 30 students in Medical laboratory technician course leading to an award of Diploma, Bsc nursing and Msc nursing students are also trained in the subject of Pathology. The department has an annual intake of one post graduate student.
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Monthly journal club, Clinico pathologic conferences involving other clinical specialties, and mortality conferences are regularly conducted.CME programmes are organized once in a year. Faculty members actively participate in regional and National CME programmes conducted in other academic centers. Department encourages the faculty to do research and publish them in journals.
In addition to the college library the Departmental library has a wide collection of reference books and standard text books numbering to 234 .A museum arranged system wise with a total of 437 mounted specimens is open from 9 am to 5pm for the students. The specimens are regularly mounted and the museum is well maintained. In addition 875 wet specimens are also available for the post graduate students.
|1||Simple Melanosis Of The Urinary Bladder – A Rare Finding||Dr Junu Rajan||E Conference, World Digital Pathology And Pathologist Conference, Mard id, Spain from 5th to 6th December 2016|
|2||A Descriptive Study Of Papillary Carcinoma Thyroid In A Rural Population||Dr Reny S R||APCON, Jaipur, Birla Auditorium from 1st to 4th December 2016|
|3||Histopathological Profile of Breast Cancer in a Rural Population||Dr Reny S R||The 76th IAPM Kerala Chapter meeting , Govt Medical College Trivandrum on 13th February 2016|
|1||An analysis of skin appendagealtumours : 10 years study||Dr. Junu Rajan & Dr. Apuca Susan Mathew.|
|2||Clinicopathological study of 29 cases of testicular lesions in children - A panicky situation||Dr. Junu Rajan|
|3||Umbilical cord coiling index. Its Implications on placental & foetal parameters||Dr. Lisha. S. Raj|
|4||Effect of room temperature and refrigerated storage on automated CBC parameters – A prospective study||Dr. Anu. J|
|5||Clinico Pathological profile of Breast Carcinoma in a rural population||Dr. Apuca Susan Mathew, Dr. Reny. S. R, Dr. Soumya Gopakumar, Dr. Sundaresan, Dr. B. Jayalekshmi & Dr. Felicia Prema|
|6||Histomorphological spectrum of endoscopic gastric biopsies||Dr. Meera Jayajumar|
|1||Clinicopathological study of 29 cases of testicular lesions in children – A panicky situation||J Rajan , C P D’Souza||MedPulse International Journal of Pathology||January 2018 Volume 5 Issue 1|
|2||Hematological Profile of sickle cell anemia subjects in central India: A cross sectional analysis||Vaishali Baburao Nagose , Shivananad Shriram Rathod||Annals of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine||Volume 5 Issue 1 January 2018 eISSN: 2349-6983, pISSN: 2394-6466|
|3||Spectrum of cervical cytological lesions in premenopausal and Postmenopausal women||Vaishali Baburao Nagose , Nirvana Rasaily Halder, Shruthi Amit Deshpande , Shivananad Shriram Rathod and Varsha Ashok Jadhav||Annals of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine||Volume 4 Issue 6 November – December 2017 eISSN :2349-6983, pISSN: 2394-6466|
|4||Histopathological Profile of Breast Cancer in a Rural Population||Reny SR, Apuca Susan Mathew , Soumya Gopakumar||International Journal of Scientific Study||April 2017, Vol 5, Issue 1, Print ISSN: 2321-6379 Online ISSN: 2321-595X DOI: 10.17354/ijss/2017/158|
|5||Aggressive epithelioid angiosarcoma of the scalp: A diagnostic challenge||Jaimie Anandan , Apuca Susan Mathew, Preethi T Ramadas, Rakhi M.R And Felicia Prema R||International Journal of Biomedical Research||2015; 6(08):588-590|
|6||Pattern of Blood Component Utilization in a Teaching Hospital in South Kerala||Apuca Susan Mathew, Surupa Susan Kurien, Sundaresan N, Jayalekshmi B, Felicia Prema etal||Academic Medical Journal of India||2014 Feb 14; 2(1):28–31|
|7||23 Gauge Transconjunctival Vitrectomy-Short Term Visual Outcomes and Complications||Biju John C., Apuca Susan Mathew||International Journal of Recent Trends in Science And Technology||ISSN 2277-2812 E-ISSN 2249-8109, Volume 10, Issue 1, 2014 pp 45-50|
|Teaching Staff of Department of Pathology|
|SL NO:||NAME OF FACULTY||DESIGNATION|
|1||Dr. Linda Sherin. G||Tutor|
|2||Dr. Gunjan Bansal||Assistant Professor|
|3||Dr. Vinukumar . V||Associate Professor|
|4||Dr. Salim Malik. M||Tutor|
|5||Dr. Rini Francis||Tutor|
|6||Dr. Deepthi. B||Tutor|
|7||Dr. Vaisali Baburao Nagose||Associate Professor|
|8||Dr. Divya K. Dev||Tutor|
|9||Dr. S. Neela Priyadharshini||Tutor|
|10||Dr. Felicia Prema Rodriguez||Professor and HOD|
|11||Dr. N. Sundaresan||Professor|
|12||Dr. B. Jayalekshmi||Professor and HOD|
|13||Dr. Apuca Susan Mathew||Professor|
|14||Dr. Krishna Mohan V.E||Professor|
|15||Dr. Lisha S. Raj||Assistant Professor|
|16||Dr. Junu Rajan||Assistant Professor|
|17||Dr. Meera Jaya Kumar||Assistant Professor|
|18||Dr. Anu.J||Assistant Professor|
|19||Dr. Shameer A||Tutor|
|20||Dr. Rakhi M.R||Assistant Professor|
|22||Dr. Aneesh Rajan||Tutor|
|23||Dr. Rakhi Bhadran||Tutor|
Dr. Felicia Prema Rodriguez
Professor and HOD (MD)
(Relieved on 31.12.2017)
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