Obstetrics and Gynaecology

The department aims to provide state of the art health care to women on par with standards prescribed national health policy and to train the undergraduate and postgraduate students to acquire the competencies pertaining to Obstetrics and Gynecology. The department is making strenuous efforts toward achieving Excellence in training of MBBS and MS students as well as women’s health care throughout their adolescence, reproductive years and beyond. During postgraduate course, the department is thriving to trained MS students as a competent, responsible Obstetrician and Gynecologist to practice and flourish in an environment of socio-cultural and professional diversity. This is achieved by training, moulding, involving them in a stimulating, thought evoking academic environment, promoting self learning and by intermittently evaluating and assessing their progress.

The department has been actively involved in academic and research activities since its inception and a number of research projects have been completed and some are ongoing. There are periodical case presentation sessions, CME, local& state chapter conferences, simulation workshops organized by the department. The undergraduate and postgraduate students are assigned small projects and encouraged to present their findings in conferences.

The department is maintaining pace with advances in teaching-learning methods and upgrading from time to time. The teaching learning session used for undergraduate teaching includes experiential learning session, problem based learning sessions, simulation for various clinical skills, DOPA. Department has been provided with facilities to provide comprehensive women health care includes routine normal obstetrics, high risk obstetrics with advanced care, family planning, operative Gynecology comprises of laparoscopic and endoscopic surgeries, ultrasonography, preventive oncology and menopause disorders. Thus department is equipped with all the necessary infrastructural facilities to deal with patient’s complaints influencing women health from adolescences to menopause and beyond, health awareness programme, promotion of community participation in women health education and prevention of diseases like anemia, malignancies.

 

Teaching staff:


Sr. No.

Designation

Name

Date of Joining

1.

Prof. & HOD

Dr. Alka B Patil

01/09/1990

2.

Professor

Dr. Nitin N Kulkarni

01/04/2013

 3.

Associate Professor

Dr. Urmila A Moray

01/01/1994

 4.

Associate Professor

Dr Laxmikant R Kanade

04/01/2007

 5.

Associate Professor

Dr. Amod A Mahajani

02/12/2003

 6.

Associate Professor

Dr. Tambat Anand R.

20/06/2020

7.

Assistant Professor

Dr. Bafna Ashalata N

01/01/2009

8.

Assistant Professor

Dr. Amol V Koranne

01/06/2014

9.

Senior Resident

Dr. Vijaya J Ahirrao

01/01/2004

10.

Senior Resident

Dr. Shilpa B Rao

01/06/2014

11.

Senior Resident

Dr. Shital P Patil

01/01/2019

12.

Senior Resident

Dr. Amit N Bafna

01/11/2019

13.

Senior Resident

Dr. Barkha A Bafna

01/11/2019

14.

Junior Resident

Dr. Sayli S Thavare

19/05/2018

15.

Junior Resident

Dr.Bhagyashree Z Badade

25/05/2018

16.

Junior Resident

Dr. Akshay N Jagtap

02/05/2019

17.

Junior Resident

Dr. Sneha U Sanap

28/05/2019

18.

Junior Resident

Dr. Prashant S Athawale

31/07/2020

19.

Junior Resident

Dr. Chaitnya S Deore

03/08/2020

20.

Junior Resident

Dr. Hetashvi C Sudani

01/08/2020


Publications

 2013

1. Alka Patil, Richa Priyanka Mishra. Fertility Preservation: Exploring New Horizons in Gynecological   Malignancy, Indian Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology: Review Article. Vol.No.1 January-June 2013 page28-35

2. Alka Patil, Sarika Mitkare, Vilyesh Ghetia. Emerging Role of Oxidative Stress in Female Reproduction: Review Article, Indian Journal of Obstetrics& Gynecology, Vol.1 No.2 July-December 2013. Page 8-16

3. Alka Patil, Lanvanya Anuranjani. Excessive vaginal bleeding in adolescence, Indian Journal Of Trauma & Emergency Pediatrics, July-Sept.2013, VOL 5 NO3-4 page 71-80

4. Alka Patil, Vilyesh Ghetia ,Sarika Mitkare. Impact of Oxidative Stress on Obstetrics Outcome: Review Article, Indian   Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Vol.1 No.2 July-December 2013, page 22-31

5. Alka Patil, Lanvanya Anuranjani, Role of Myoinositol in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome: Review Article. Journal   of Paediatrics & Obstetrics & Gynaecology (JPOG) – Sept.2013page 317-323

6. Alka Patil, Subhashini, Pranil Dode. Massive Ascites in severe Pre-eclampsia, Journal of Pediatrics & Obstetrics & Gynecology (JPOG), December 2013 page410-413

2014

7. Alka Patil, Pramila Yadav. Stroke with ruptured ectopic pregnancy, South Asian Journal of    Federation of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, January-April 2014 page59-61

8. Alka Patil, Vilyesh Ghetia. Probiotics in Gynaecology-Journal of Paediatrics & Obstetrics & Gynaecology (JPOG) – Jan-Feb 2014, Review Article page 8-16

9. Alka Patil, Vilyesh Ghetia. Emerging Role of Probiotics in Clinical Practice, International Journal of Food and Nutrition, April 2014, page 5-14

10. Alka Patil, Lanvanya Anuranjani, Amruta Ahirrao. Pre-conception Care in Chronic Medical Disorders, Indian     Journal of Maternal-Fetal& Neonatal Medicine Disorders, Vol.No.1 January-June 2014, page31-39

11. Alka Patil, Lanvanya Anuranjani. Challenges in Adolescent Pregnancy:  Indian Journal of Maternal Fetal and Neonatal Medicine, July-Dec 2014 page11-23

12. Alka Patil, G. Garima. Clinical Application of Mifepristone in obstetrics & gynecology, International Journal of Recent Trends in Research &Technology, June 2014 page 180-186

13. Alka Patil, Pramila Yadav. Large Ovarian Serous Cyst Adenoma, International Journal Of Health Science & Research (IJHSR), July 2014, page269-274

14. Alka Patil ,Pranil Dode , Amruta Ahirrao. Medical Ethics in Abortion   Indian Journal of Clinical Practice    Vol    25 No6 NOV 2014 page 544-548

15. Alka Patil ,Amruta Ahirrao , Lanvanya Anuranjani. Role of preventive oncology in ovarian cancer, International journal   of Health Science &Research, October 2014, page 295-306

16. L.R. Kanade, Nitin Kulkarni. Study of Immediate outcome of Caesarean Section in primiparous Patients. International Journal of Recent Trends & Technology. Vol No. 1, 2014,  Issue 2, Page 53 – 56

17. Nitin Kulkarni, L.R. Kanade. Incidence of Caesarean Section in Primiparous Patients in Rural Institute. International Journal of Recent Trends in Science & Technology. Vol. No. 10 2014 Page 502 -505

18. Nitin Kulkarni, L.R. Kanade. A Study of Various Indications of Caesarean Section in Primigravida.  International Journal of Recent Trends in Science & Technology Vol. No. 1, Feb. 2014, Page No. 45 – 48

2015

19. Alka Patil. Maternal Nutrition in Challenging situations. JPOG   May-June 2015   vol 6 No-3 79-86

20. Alka Patil, Amruta Patil. Contraceptive choice in chronic medical disorders, Indian Journal of Obstetrics &Gynecology, Jan-June 2015 page 5-10

21. Amruta Patil, Alka Patil. Delayed Umbilical Cord clamping: A Boon for an infant International Journal of Health  Science  &  Research (www.ijhsr) Vol 5  Issue  2  February    2015 page 381-386

22. Sarika Mitkare, Alka Patil, Shruti Singh. Effect of various antenatal factors on amniotic fluid index MedPulse – International Medical Journal March 2015; 2(3): 156-159.   http://www.medpulse.in

23. Alka Patil, Sarika Mitkare, Shruti Singh. A study of effect of amniotic fluid index on mode of delivery. International Journal of Recent Trends in Science & Technology April 2015 14(3) 567-570

24. B.G.Patil, Alka Patil. Intrauterine infections as etiological factor for hearing loss International    Journal of Recent Trends in Science & Technology April 201514(3) 644649

25. Prabhneet Kahlon, Alka Patil, Richa Patel. Efficacy of intramuscular Drotaverine used for cervical dilatation in first stage of labor.  International Journal of Recent Trends in Science & Technology. April- 2015 14(3) 670-674   

26. Alka Patil ,Prabhneet Kahlon , Richa Patel. Comparative study of Drotaverine Hydrochloride and Valethamite   Bromide on cervical dilatation in first stage of labor. International Journal of Recent Trends in Science & Technology April2015 14(3) 674-682

27. Alka Patil, Ashalata Bafna, Nilay Patel. Ethical Issues in surrogate motherhood. Indian Journal of Maternal Fetal and Neonatal Medicine Vol-2, No- 2,  July-December 2015

28. Alka Patil, Amod Mahajani, Nilay Patel. Obstructive lesions of the genital tract in adolescent female. Indian Journal of Trauma,  April-June 2015, Vol-7, No-2, Page-6570

29. Lavanya Anuranjani , Alka  Patil. Gynecological pelvic masses: A clinicopathological study. International  Journal   of  Recent  Trends   in  Science &  Technology  July   2015 ;  15(3)  631-637

30. Alka   Patil, Lavanya Anuranjani. Sonographic evaluation   of   gynecological pelvic masses. International Journal of Recent Trends   in  Science&  Technology  ,July  2015; 15(3)   643-647 

31. Amod Mahajani, Alka Patel, Pranil Dode. Management of Uterine Anomaly as a cause of recurrent Pregnancy Loss. International Journal of Recent Trends in Science & Technology. Vol. 14(3) April 2015 Page No. 675 – 677

32. Dr. Ashalata Bafna, Dr. Barkha Bafna, Dr. Amit Bafna. Thyroid Dysfunction in Pregnancy “A Pandora’s Box” Indian Journal of Obstetrics & gynecology.

2016

33. Dr.   Alka   Patil. Caesarean Section on Maternal Request, Indian Journal   of Maternal -Fetal   and    Neonatal   Medicine, Vol 3 ,No. 1  Jan-July   2016   Page   37-43

34. Alkesh Shende, Alka  Patil,  Alka Waghmare. Dental   problems and   management   in Adolescent   Girls, Indian    Journal   of   Trauma    and Emergency   pediatrics       Vol.  8 No 7     May –   August   2016   Page 135-140

35. Alka   B.   Patil, Nilay Patel. Bioethics   in multiple   pregnancies, Indian   Journal of Obstetrics   and Gynecology, Jan-April 2016 Vol 2 No.  1 Page 23-30

36. Alka   Patil, Nilay Patel, Anamika Arun. Maternal   Nutritional Interventions   in Preconception   Care. Indian Journal    of Obstetrics   and Gynecology, May August 2016 Vol.  4 No.  2 Page   169-176

37. Alka Patil. Fetus and Bioethics. Indian Journal of Maternal, Fetal and Neonatal   Medicine   Vol .3   No. 2 July –December   2016    Page   101-106    
 
38. Nitin Kulkarni, Alka Patil, Richa Patel. Study of pre-operative GnRh Agonist in cutaneous scar endometriosis, International Journal of Reproduction, Contraception, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Sept-2016 5(9)

39. Nitin N. Kulkarni, Richa Patel, Nilay R. Patel, Alka B. Patil. Comparative study of sonosalpingography v/s hystero-salpingography for tubal patency test, International Journal of Reproduction, Contraception, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Oct-2016 5(10).

40. Ashalata  Bafna, Alka B Patil, Anamika Arun, Nilay Patel.  A Study of Incidence of Gynecological Problems and Dysmenorrhea in Adolescent Girls at Tertiary Care Center. Indian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Volume 4, Issue 3, Sept - Dec 2016, Pages 253-256

41. Alka B Patil, Amruta Ahirrao, Anamika Arun. Study of co-relation of USG diagnosis with clinical diagnosis of ovarian masses at tertiary health care centre. Indian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Volume  4, Issue 3, Sept - Dec 2016, Pages 201-204

2017

42. Alka B Patil, Nilay Patel. Challenges in Nutrition of Adolescent Girls. Indian Journal of Trauma & Emergency Paediatrics, Volume  9, Issue 1, January - March 2017, Pages 4955

43. Alka B Patil, Ashalata Bafna, Nilay Patel, Anamika Arun. Evaluation of Etiological Factors for Menorrhagia in Adolescent Girls in Tertiary Care Centre. Indian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Volume  5, Issue 1, January - March 2017, Pages 83-88

44. Nitin Kulkarni, Harshal Shah. A Rare Case Of Twisted Ovarian Cyst In Term Gestation Patient. Indian Journal Of Maternal-Foetal & Neonatal Medicine. Vol.4 Issue 1, Jan-June 2017, page 83-85

45. Amruta Ahirrao, Alka Patil, Anamika Arun. USG versus histopathological diagnosis of ovarian masses at tertiary care center. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Volume  5, Issue 1, Jan-Mar 2017, Pages 31-37

46. Nitin Kulkarni, Harshil Shah, Laxmikanth R Kanade. Prospective comparative study for analysis efficacy of L-Arginine against all essential aminoacids infusion of oligohydramnios. Indian journal of obstetrics and gynecology research, Volume-4, Issue-1, 2017, pages 54-58.

47. Alka Patil, Nilay Patel. Impact of Adolescent Pregnancy on Obstetric Outcome. Indian Journal of Trauma & Emergency PaediatricsVolume  9, Issue 2, April - June 2017, Pages 43-47

48. Alka Patil, Nilay Patel. Juvenile Granulosa Cell Tumors: A review. Indian Journal of Trauma and Emergency Paediatrics. Volume 9 Number 3 July - September 2017, Pages 185-192

49. Alka Patil, Nilay Patel. Impact of adolescent pregnancy on infant and child health. Journal of Pediatrics, Obstetrics & Gynecology. Volume-8, Number-4, Jul-Aug 2017, Pages-106-114

50. Shruti Singh, Alka Patil, Nilay Patel. Ultrasonic measurement of Fetal Femur Length in Assessment of Gestational Age in Third Trimester. Indian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, July-Sep 2017, Volume-5, Number-3. Pages 347-352.

51. Alka B Patil, Amod Mahajani, Nilay Patel, Harshil Shah. To Study Impact of Advanced Maternal Age on Pregnancy Outcome at Tertiary Care Center. Indian Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine. VOL.4 NO.2 JUL-DEC 2017

52. Nitin Kulkarni, Richa Patel, Anamika Arun, Nilay Patel. Advanced secondary abdominal pregnancy till term: A Case Report. Indian Journal of Maternal-Foetal & Neonatal Medicine. JUL-DEC 2017

53. Alka Patil, Nitin Kulkarni, Richa Patel. Fetal Macrosomia. Indian Journal of Maternal Foetal & Neonatal Medicine. JUL-DEC 2017

54. Alka Patil, Amol Koranne, Shruti Singh. Evaluation of etiological factors for early antenatal bleeding in tertiary care centre. Indian Journal of Maternal-Foetal & Neonatal Medicine. JUL-DEC 2017

55. Dr Nitin Kulkarni, Dr Richa Patel. Randomized control study of extraperitoneal versus transperitoneal caesarean section in view of intrapartum and postoperative morbidity. Indian Journal of Maternal-Foetal & Neonatal Medicine. JUL-DEC 2017 

2018

56. Alka Patil, Radhika Bansal, Pankaj Pawar. Exploring foetal factors affecting foetal growth review series 1 Indian journal of Maternal Foetal & Neonatal Medicine Jan-June 2018 Vol 5 

57. Nitin Kulkarni, Richa Patel. Study of stripping of membrane at term gestation to reduce post term pregnancy. Indian journal of Maternal Foetal & Neonatal Medicine Jan-June 2018 Vol 5
 
58. Bhushan Rao, Shilpa Tiloo. Retrospective Observational Study of Bilateral Internal Iliac artery ligation as a therapeutic measure in severe obstetrick haemorrhage at tertiary care center in northen part of Maharashtra. Indian journal of Maternal Foetal & Neonatal Medicine Jan-June 2018 Vol 5 

59. Bhushan Rao,Shilpa Tiloo. Maternal And Foetal Outcome in Mullerian Anomalies a study of tertiary care center in northen part of Maharashtra. Indian journal of Maternal Foetal & Neonatal Medicine Jan-June 2018 Vol 5 

60. Alka Patil, Nitin Kulkarni, Anamika Arun, Shruti Singh, Nilay Patel. Maternal and Perinatal outcome in term premature rupture of membranes. Indian Journal Of Obstetricks And Gynaecology, vol 6 March-April 2018

61. Alka Patil, Shweta Shinde, Amol Koranne, Amod Mahajani. Comparison of oral Misoprostol and Oxytocine for labor induction in prelabour rupture of membranes at term. Indian journal of Maternal Foetal & Neonatal Medicine vol 6 no 4 July-August 2018

62. Amol Koranne. Thrombocytopenia In Pregnancy. Indian journal of Maternal Foetal & Neonatal Medicine. Vol 5 2018

63. Nitin Kulkarni, Radhika Bansal, Pankaj Pawar. Serum Beta Hcg and uterine artery doppler studies in second trimester to predict Eclampsia and Preeclampsia. International Journal of Reproduction Contraception Obstetrics And Gynecology. vol 7 2018

64. Nitin Kulkarni, Pankaj Pawar. Comparitive Study of IV Iron Sucrose vs Ferric Carboxy Maltose For the Treatment Of Iron Deficiency Anemia. Indian journal of Maternal Foetal & Neonatal Medicine. Vol 5

65. Alka Patil, Sayli Thavare, Bhagyashree Badade. Counselling Adolescent Girls: Review Series 1 Indian Journal of Trauma and Emergency Pediatrics

2019

66. Alka Patil, Shruti Singh, Nilay Patel, Rahul Patil. Prediction of Gestational age by Ultrasonic measurement of the Biparietal diameter in Third Trimester. Medplus International Journal of Gynaecology. Vol 9, March 2019

67. Alka Patil, Amol Koranne, Sara Shaikh. Clinical study to evaluate the     Maternal Outcome of Pregnancies with Polyhydramnios in Tertiary care cente. Indian Journal Of Obstetrics And Gynaecology. Vol 7, no 2; April-June 2019

68. Nitin Kulkarni, Urjita Thavare. Saline Infusion Sonography and Office Hysteroscopy in the diagnosis of Abnormal Uterine Bleeding. International Journal of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 2019

69. Alka B. Patil, Amol Koranne, Sara Shaikh. Clinical Study to evaluate the maternal outcome of pregnancies with polyhydramnios in tertiary care centre. Indian Journal Of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Vol. 7. No. 2 (Part 2), 2019.

70. Alka B. Patil, Sara Shaikh, Amol Koranne. Clinical Study To Evaluate Perinatal Outcome Of Pregnancies With Polyhydramnios In Tertiary Care Centre. Indian journal of maternal, fetal and neonatal medicine. Vol 2, July-Dec 2019.

71. Alka B. Patil, Bhagyashree Badade, Sayli Thavare. Vaginal discharge in Adolescent girls. Indian Journal of Trauma and emergency paediatrics. Vol. 11, No. 2, Jun 2019.

72. Amol Koranne, Akshay Jagtap, Sneha Sanap. Ethics in neonatology. Indian journal of maternal, fetal and neonatal medicine. Vol.6, No. 2, July-Dec 2019. 129-133

73. Alka B. Patil, Rahul Patil, Bhagyashree Badade, Sayli Thavare. Reduced fetal movement – Review. Indian Journal of maternal, Fetal and neonatal medicine. VOL.6 No.2, July- dec 2019.123-128.

74. Alka B. Patil, Sayli Thavare, Bhagyashree Badade. Congenital Malformation of Fetus; Obstetrician perspective. Indian Journal of Maternal, Fetal and Neonatal medicine vol. 6, No.2 July- Dec 2019. 117-122
2020

75. Alka B. Patil, Shruti Singh, Rahul Patil. Evaluation Of Perinatal Outcome In Early And Late Pregnancy Hemorrhage In Tertiary Care Centre. MedPulse International Journal Of Gynecology. Vol 14, Issue 1, April 2020.

76.Alka B.Patil ,Rahul Patil, Akshay Jagtap, Sneha Sanap ;Fetal scalp blood sampling:Review,Indian Journal of Maternal, Fetal and Neonatal medicine vol. 7, No.1 Jan-June 2020. 29-32

Conference attended by the staff and students
SEMINARS/ WORKSHOPS/ CONFERENCES ATTENDED

Sr.No:

Subject

Place

Date

Name  of Participant

1

Revised Basic workshop in Medical Education Technology

MUHS, Nashik

17/06/19 to 19/06/19

Dr Alka B. Patil

2

Revised Basic workshop in Medical Education Technology

MUHS, Nashik

17/06/19 to 19/06/19

DrNitin Kulkarni

3

Revised Basic workshop in Medical Education Technology

MUHS, Nashik

17/06/19 to 19/06/19

Dr Amol Koranne

4

Curriculum Implementation Support Program

ACPM medical college, Dhule

1/07/19 to 3/07/19

Dr Alka B. Patil

6

Curriculum Implementation Support Program

ACPM medical college, Dhule

1/07/19 to 3/07/19

Dr Nitin Kulkarni

7

Curriculum Implementation Support Program

ACPM medical college, Dhule

1/07/19 to 3/07/19

Dr  Amol Koranne

8

AICOG 2019

Bengaluru

8-12 Jan 2019

Dr Amit Bafna

9

AICOG 2019

Bengaluru

8-12 Jan 2019

Dr Barkha Bafna

10

AMOGS 2019

Mahabaleshwar

8-10 Feb 2019

Dr Amit Bafna

11

AMOGS 2019

Mahabaleshwar

8-10 Feb 2019

Dr Barkha Bafna

12

International conference on Puberty and Adolescence

Mumbai

9-10 Nov 2019

Dr Barkha Bafna

13

AMOGS 2019

Mahabaleshwar

8-10 Feb 2019

Dr Sara Shaikh

14

AMOGS 2019

Mahabaleshwar

8-10 Feb 2019

Dr Rahul Patil

15

AMOGS 2019

Mahabaleshwar

8-10 Feb 2019

Dr Urjita Thavare

16

AMOGS 2020

Amravati

14-16 Feb 2019

DrBhagyashree Badade

17

AMOGS 2020

Amravati

14-16 Feb 2019

DrSayli Thavare


Dissertations

Sr.
No.

Topic

Name of student

Name of course

Admission year

1.

A comparative study of first trimester medical termination of pregnancy with and without single dose of intramuscular injection of PGF 2 alpha prior to suction evacuation

Dr. Suppya Jain

M.S Obstetrics & Gynaecology

2007-08

2.

To study the effect of Centchroman in the treatment of dysfunctional uterine bleeding and on histopathological changes of endometrium

Dr. Umesh A. Sawarkar

M.S Obstetrics & Gynaecology

2007-08

3

Comparative study of various methods of fetal weight estimation at term pregnancy

Dr. Jaslen Mavi

M.S Obstetrics & Gynaecology

2008-09

4

The significance of transvaginal sonography in the diagnostic evaluation of first trimester bleeding in a rural setup

Dr. Asma Farheen Khan

M.S Obstetrics & Gynaecology

2009-10

5

A comparative study of drotaverine hydrochroride and valethamate bromide on cervical dilatation in first stage of labour

Dr. Prabhneet Kahlol

M.S Obstetrics & Gynaecology

2009-10

6

Clinical and etiologicalfactors of leucorrhoea in a women of reproductive age group

Dr. PramilaDevi Yadav

M.S Obstetrics & Gynaecology

2010-11

7

The colposcopic findings in clinically abnormal cervices and its histopathological correlation

Dr.Richa Mishra

M.S Obstetrics & Gynaecology

2010-11

8

Antepartum evaluation of amniotic fluid VDL and its impact on mode of delivery and perinatal outcome

Dr. Sarika Mitkare

M.S Obstetrics & Gynaecology

2011-12

9

Prospective comparative study of Misgav ladach vs conventional methods of cesarian section by using pfannenstiel incision

Dr. Subhasini

M.S Obstetrics & Gynaecology

2011-12

10

Study of dysfunctional uterine bleeding in perimenopausal women

Dr. Vijyesh Ghetia

M.S Obstetrics & Gynaecology

2012-13

11

Clinicopathological and sonographic study of gynaecological pelvic masses

Dr. Lavanaya Anuranjanin

M.S Obstetrics & Gynaecology

2012-13

12

Role of encerclage operation in primigravida patient with short cervical length

Dr. Pranil Dode

M.S Obstetrics & Gynaecology

2013-14

13

Prospective study of ultrasound imaging of ovaries with its clinical implementation and its management

Dr. Amruta Ahirrao

M.S Obstetrics & Gynaecology

2013-14

14

Comparative study of fetal femur length and biparietal diameter in predicting gestational age in third trimester by single ultrasonographic screening

Dr. Shruti Singh

M.S Obstetrics & Gynaecology

2014-15

15

Stripping of membrane at term- study can it safely reduce the incidence of post term pregnancy

Dr. Richa Patel

M.S Obstetrics & Gynaecology

2014-15

14

Study of obstetric outcome in a patient with history of subchorionic haemorrage in first trimester

Dr. Patel Nilaykumar

M.S Obstetrics & Gynaecology

2015-16

15

Clinicopathological study of elective abdominal hysterectomy

Dr. Anamika Arun

M.S Obstetrics & Gynaecology

2015-16

16

A comparative study between nifedipine and isoxsuprine in the management of threatened preterm labour

Dr. Pankaj Pawar

M.S Obstetrics & Gynaecology

2016-17

17

The effect of combined oxytocin misoprostol versus oxytocin alone in reducing blood loss at Caesarean delivery-A prospective randomised double-blind study

Dr. Radhika Bansal

M.S Obstetrics & Gynaecology

2016-17

18

Prospective study of yolk sac size and shape as an indicator of first trimester pregnancy outcome

Dr. Sara Shaikh

M.S Obstetrics & Gynaecology

2017-18

19

Role of ultrasonography in diagnosis of PCOS and its bio-clinical co-relation

Dr. Rahul Patil

M.S Obstetrics & Gynaecology

2017-18

Ongoing Dissertations:
JAN—DEC 2019


Sr No.

Topic

Researcher’s Name

Teacher Incharge

Started Study On

Year of Completion

1

Ultrasonographic measurement of placental thickness in third trimester and its correlationwith estimated fetal weight and birth weight

Dr Sayli Thavare

Dr Alka Patil

Dec 2018

Oct 2020

2

The role of Doppler study in evaluation of pregnancy induced hypertension and intra uterine growth restriction in Primigravida

DrBhagyashree Badade

Dr Amod Mahajani

Dec 2018

Oct 2020

3

The patterns of congenital malformations in a tertiary care centre- Prospective study.

Dr Akshay Jagtap

Dr Nitin Kulkarni

Dec 2019

Oct 2021

4

Study of an obstetric outcome after previous one or more spontaneous abortions.

Dr Sneha Sanap

Dr Amod Mahajani

Dec 2019

Oct 2021

Departmental Library

      • OBGY Books in central library : 532
      • Total Books in departmental library : 117
      • Journals : 4

 

LIST OF SPECIMENS

1. Bicornuate uterus with rudimentary horns.      Cut section of bicornuate uterus with rudimentary horn along with cervix.

2. Endometriosis.
Cut section of uterus with surface suggestive of black spots suggestive of endometriosis

3. Dermoid cyst of ovaryA large cystic ovarian tumor cut in the midline about 14 by 14 cm sizeprobably mucinous cyst.

4. Fibroid uterus.
Cut section of uterus with cervix suggestive of sub intramural fibroid of uterus of about 4 by 4 cm size.

5. Uterus with endometrial polyp
Cut section of uterus with endometrial polyp it may suggest Submucous fibroid about 2 by 3 cm size.

6. Uterus with bilateral cystic ovaries
Uterus along with cervix with bilateral cyst in both ovaries, specimen of  pan hysterectomy.

7. Twin abortuses with single placenta
Specimen of abortion with twin gestation about 10 to 12 weeks of pregnancy with single placenta.

8. Supra vaginal elongation of cervix

Supravaginal elongation of cervix. Specimen of hysterectomy.

10. Intramural fibroid
5 by 5 cm intramural fibroid in anterior wall showing whorled appearance and False capsule.

11.Abortus Foetus along with placenta umbilical cord and amniotic membrane about 16 weeks of gestation

12. PlacentaFull term Placenta along with umbilical cord with amniotic membrane.

13. Sub serosal fibroid.
A large subserous fibroid in the uterus about 10 by 10 cm size with whorled appearance and false capsule.

14. Multiple fibroid.
A large uterus along with both cervix and ovaries with multiple intramural and subserous fibroid along with cervix multiple fibroid of about 4 by 4 cm size.

15.  18 weeks abortus with hydrocephalus.
18 weeks abortus with hydrocephalus. It is a specimen of second trimester abortion.

16. Leiomyoma.
Cut section of uterus with cervix showing whirl appearance of 5 by 5 cm leiomyoma of uterus.

17. Endometrial Hyperplasia with Endometriosis with Endometrial polyp.
Cut section of uterus with cervix suggestive of endometrial hyperplasia with endometriosis with endometrial polyp.

18. Abortus.
Foetus along with Placenta and umbilical cord of second trimester abortion. 

19. Cleft lip cleft palate with gastrochisis.
Second trimester foetus with cleft lip and cleft palate with gastrochisis.

20. Cancer cervix.
Cut section of uterus along with cervix showing irregular cauliflower growth of the cervix suggestive of carcinoma of cervix.

21. Uterus with ovarian cyst.
Specimen showing uterus along with large ovarian cyst on one side which is about 10 by 9 CM size. Other ovary is appearing normal in size. Uterus with multiple fibroid seen.

22.Fibroid       Specimen of fibroid uterus with ovary.

23. Ovarian cyst.
Large ovarian cyst about 14 by 14 cm in size.

24. Adenomyosis.
Cut section of uterus suggestive of adenomyosis in the uterine wall. Thickening of myometrium and adenomyotic feature

25. Anencephaly                                                                                      Second trimester foetus along with Placenta and umbilical cord.  Features suggestive of absence of scalp, protrusion of eyes, protrusion of tongue, spinal cord defect. This is a specimen of Anencephaly.

26.Intramural fibroid   Large intramural fibroid in uterus with ovary and fallopian tube. Fibroid shows whirl appearance and capsule.      

27. Fibroid     specimen of uterus 15 by 10 cm with cervix suggestive of fibroid.  

28. Subserosal Fibroid      Specimen of uterus with cervix with ovary.

 

Programmes Offered:

  1. Postgraduate courses- MS, Earlier DGO
  2. Pradhan Mantri Matru Vandana Yojana
  3. Janani Shishu Suraksha Karykram (JSSK)
  4. Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Jan Arogya Yojana (MPJAY)
  5. Ayushman Bharat Yojana
  6. National AIDS Control Organization (NACO)
  7. Community Health Officer (CHO) Training Programme
  8. Nurses Training Programme

 

3.Facilities with Photographs:

We aim to provide comprehensive quality services to deal with the problems affecting the women’s life from adolescence to menopause and beyond, in a caring and competent manner. We strongly believe in evoking awareness in the community, promote patient involvement and education on health maintenance and prevention of certain illness inflicting the female population like anemia, malignancy etc.

Following are the facilities provided by our department:

  1. Antenatal clinics
  2. Postnatal clinics
  3. Infertility clinics
  4. Family welfare clinics
  5. Menopausal clinics
  6. Cancer detection clinics
  7. Operative gynecology including laproscopic surgeries, hysteroscopic surgeries.
  8. Research Lab
  9. Computer with Internet Connection
  10.  E-Library
  11.  Journals
  12.  Book
  13. Colposcopy
  14. NST Machine