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Department of Radio Diagnosis

Welcome to Department Of Radiodiagnosis

          Department of Radiodiagnosis is one of the busy departments in the teaching hospital sector of Bangalore. Department examines about 9500 x-rays per month. Ultrasound department is very busy with turnover of about 150 cases per day. Our CT ( 16 Slice) & MR( 1.5 Tesla) section is also catering round the clock with 850 CTs &  720 MRIs per month. We have Digital Mammography machine with about 115 cases per month. Department is having very active teaching schedule for the Postgraduates which covers an exhaustive work. We have a Library, Museum & seminar hall. Our department services are available round the clock.

Facilities Available

1)  Teaching facilities

  Number Size Sitting capacity
Seminar Rooms 1 520 Sq. ft. 60
Demonstration Rooms 1 275 Sq. ft 50

Audiovisual Aids:  LCD, Power Point, Speaker,  Screen Adequate.

2) Departmental Library. Total No. of Books.       499  

Purchase of latest editions in last 3 years.       26 3)  Departmental Museum Space:                          390 Sq. ft. No. of specimens           Conventional X-rays films-1700,                                               Digital X ray-550,                                               Slides for projections - 90,                                                Educational CD’s-150,                                               Teaching Videos-08 Charts/ Diagrams.        Articles-19,  Posters – 13      

4)  Equipments: List of important equipments available and their functional status.       The following equipments available and there are in working condition. Radio-diagnosis  

 

A)   STATIONARY X-RAY MACHINES

1.     800 mA X-Ray machine         With High frequency X-ray unit with Image intensifier I. I. T.V  and Spot  filming facility for Special Radiological      two tubes. 2.   800 mA X-Ray machine        For general Radiography.    3.   600 mA X-Ray machine         High frequency  x-ray unit with Image intensifier                                                       and  I.I.T.V Spot filming facility  for Special Radiological Examination. 4.   600mA X.Ray machine          High frequency x.ray machine for general radiography. 5.   600 mA X-Ray machine       For routine Radiography.

6.   630Ma GE Tejas X.Ray machine.  High frequency x.ray unit exclusive use in the out patient  sections for routine radiography.

7    Fuji  C.R.Set up capsula  Reader   Work station, with all latest softwares C.R.Console, Drypix  7000,  laser printer available.

8.   Carestream Kodak CR system       Work station C.R.console dry view 6850 imager available.

9.   Philips B.V.300 (9”)                   General Surgery O.T C.arm image intensifier –1

10. Allengers Mobile C.Arm             For urology and other speciality with         imaging intensifier.

11   C .ARM(Siemens)                 For Orthopedic  O.T.                2 Machines

12   Siemens                                Axion arts floor X.A / 136081 (DSA SYSTEM) For interventional procedures (peripheral angiograms and other   investigations)

13.   Mammography                        GE senegraphe DMR +   1 Machine

14   OPG for dental purpose          Panasonic  1 Machine

B) PORTABLE X-RAY MACHINES

1.  100 MA.Mobile Condenser             Condenser discharge X-Ray unit for ward work. 1 Machine (Shimadzu)

2.   100 MA.Mobile Condenser            Condenser discharge Unit for ICU work. 1 Machine ( Shimadzu )

3.   Mobile X-Ray System                  GE Stallion 60 MA-I Exclusively meant for wards/Bedside.  1 Machine

4.   Mobile X-Ray System      GE Stallion 60 MA-II                 Exclusively meant for the use in the O.T.

5.  Mobile X.Ray machine 30mA        Exclusively in the emergency ward

6.   Mobile X.Ray machine 30mA       Exclusively in the NICU ward.

ACCESSORIES: 1.          Pressure Injector                           Pressure injector meant (Medrad Mark V)                             for Angiography, Venography and Lymph Angiography. 2.         Medrad vistron CT (Injection system)                         For CT Angiogram.

3.         100 M.M.X-Ray film                  100 mm film magnifier /viewer for general discussion.magnifier./ viewer

4.         Computers                                     Four Computers for reporting and filing. 5.         PACS (Ashva)                                Intradepartmental. 6.     Vertical Bucky Stand                     For erect abdomen. 7.         Vertical Bucky Stand                   For erect abdomen

C)    ULTRASOUND:

1       3D/4D/Colour Doppler.               4 probes- linear, convex, T.V/T.R and          Ultrasound GE Voluson            volume probe Extended field of imaging, ATO, Kretz  730 Pro (Unit I)             Harmonic STIC, Glass body rendering with other sophisticated software with laser, CD, Thermal, Hard disc Recording facilities. DICOM compatible. 2.    3D/4D/Colour Doppler.              4 probes- linear, convex, T.V/T.R (Volume) & Ultrasound GE Voluson               volume probe. Extended field of imaging, Kretz 730 Pro (Unit II)              ATO, Harmonic STIC, Glass body rendering with other sophisticated software with laser, CD, Thermal, Hard disc Recording facilities .                                                           DICOM compatible.                              . . 3.       Ultrasound Black & white          A black and white Sonographic      GE Logic 200 pro Unit              with (1) 3 probes - transvaginal, convex and linear transducer. (2)ATO (3) Biopsy facilities (4) Dicom compatible. (5) MOD. Recording

4       Philips HD7XE                         (a)Probes (1) linear 5 to 10 MHz frequency Ultrasound Machine                (2) T.V.S/TR (3) convex-up to 5 MHx Frequency (b)Biopsy Adaptors (c) Video recorder (d) Thermal printer with  stick facility)

5        Philips HD6                           (a)Probes (1) linear 5 to 10 MHz frequency Ultrasound Machine             2) T.V.S/TR (3) convex-up to 5 MHx Frequency b)Biopsy Adaptors (c) Video recorder (d) Thermal printer with    stick facility) 6.       Ultrasound Mobile Unit          Mobile Ultrasound unit for the use in the Toshiba just Vision                 C.U/O.T/N.I.C.U.& inpatients wards with Two probes. A. Multi-frequency convex. B. Micro- convex.

7       Philips HD7XE                         (a)Probes (1) linear 5 to 10 MHz frequency Ultrasound Machine                (2) T.V.S/TR (3) convex-up to 5 MHx Frequency (b)Biopsy Adaptors (c) Video recorder (d) Thermal printer with  stick facility) use for obstetric purpose specially . 8      Philips HD9XE                         (a)Probes (1) linear 5 to 10 MHz frequency Ultrasound Machine                   (2) T.V.S/TR (3) convex-up to 5 MHx Frequency (b)Biopsy Adaptors (c) Video recorder (d) Thermal printer with  stick facility)   use for obstetric purpose specially.

D)     CT (GE) BRIGHT SPEED ELITE SELECT (16 SLICE)

 

 

            Multidetector 16slice Computed axial Tomography with spiral C.T

(1) High Quality 3D Imaging

(2) C.T. Angiography with work station. (SPIRAL C.T.)

(3) High precision C.T. guided Biopsy/ FNAC.

(4) Dental Software with Bone Densitometry Studies.

 

E)       MRI (GE) SIGNA 16 CHANNEL 1.5 TESLA

       

        GE Signa HDXT 1.5 Tesla MRI               With all the latest software programmes.    

 

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NAME DESIGNATION QUALIFICATION PHOTO
Dr.N.Krishnappa kimsradiodiagnosis@gmail.com Prof. & HOD M.B.B.S, M.D(RD)
Dr.Sandeep Ballal s_ballal@yahoo.com Assoc. Professor M.B.B.S, MD (RD)
Dr.Suresh.V. surivreddy@yahoo.com NAME M.B.B.S, MD (RD)
Dr.Harini Bopaiah hanara23@yahoo.com Asst. Professor M.B.B.S, MD(RD)
Dr.S.C.Sanjay scsanjay26@gmail.com Asst. Professor M.B.B.S, MD(RD)
Dr. Mantar Gowda Assistant Professor M.B.B.S, MD(RD)
Dr.Pravankumar Reddy   pravan_sashidar@gmail.com Lecturer / Asst.Professor M.B.B.S. MD(RD)
Dr.Chaitra Srinivas   chaitra612@gmail.com Lecturer / Asst.Professor M.B.B.S M.D(RD)
Dr. Janardhana P.S Sr.Resident M.B.B.S M.D(RD)
Dr.Himabindu.P   drbindupinnammaneni@gmail.com Senior Resident M.B.B.S M.D(RD)
Dr. Sowmya .M Senior Resident M.B.B.S, M.D(R.D)  

Dr. Harshavardhana

Senior Resident M.B.B.S M.D.(R.D)  
Dr.Siddappa Shirahatti Junior Resident M.B.B.S
Dr.Sowmya.A Junior Resident M.B.B.S
Dr. Syed Abrar Ul Haq Quadri Junior Resident M.B.B.S
Dr.Praveen Raj G Junior Resident M.B.B.S

Dr. Neelesh Mehta

Junior Resident M.B.B.S
Dr. Avisha Singla Junior Resident M.B.B.S
Dr.  Bindushree T M Junior Resident M.B.B.S

Dr. Mariam Fathimeh

Junior Resident M.B.B.S

ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES Every activity mentioned here is attended by all faculties and PGs. Besides we are discussing all cases in USG, CT & MR rooms everytime.

DAILY

Morning -          In Department reporting room. Discussion of all x-rays of the night and interesting case presentation.

Afternoon -      a) In Department reporting room. Discussion of all x-rays  and Special Investigations of the day and interesting case presentation. b) In CT / MR reporting work station. Discussion of all CT/ MRI of the day.  

EVERY TUESDAY

                        a) Demonstration of Topic allotted to PGs. On spot at different rooms with the equipment Or articles brought in reporting room or PPT. b)Radiology- Paediatric Meeting. on every 2nd Tue. Attended by everyone of both departments.

EVERY THURSDAY

SEMINAR – By PGs on Topic allotted.

EVERY FRIDAY

                          JOURNAL CLUB - By PGs on Topic allotted.

PANEL DISCUSSIONS Once in a while on selected topics – All PGs. GRAND ROUND Once in a while on selected worked up cases – All PGs.

QUIZ COMPETITION

                    Once in a while on selected topic / general – All PGs. Quiz master is – Faculty.

Departmental WrittenTests:-

                  Regularly conducted with 20 spots. Topics / Notice is given in advance and attended by all PGs. It is 40 minutes program and is done in museum. Departmental Spotters Examination:- Regularly conducted written tests. Topics are given in advance and attended by all PGs. It is 1 ½  hours program and is done in seminar hall.

FIELD POSTINGS

All PGs are going for field postings. It is done by rotation. At 1) NIMHANS – 30 Days. 2) HCG/ Nuclear Medicine – 15 Days.

IRIA Bangalore Chapter Monthly Meetings

                        Faulty and PGs attend regular monthly meetings and present interesting cases.

IRIA State & National Level Conferences.

                       Faculty and PGs regularly attend these conferences. Paper & poster presentations are regularly done.

Our department is conducting CME programmes.

It is 2 days programme. It is attended by Faculty & PGs from all the colleges of Karnataka.

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DR. N. KRISHNAPPA Professor & HOD

1)       Rajeev H, Krishnappa, savitha V. Study of carotid intima media thickness in patients with acute ischemic stroke and it’s correlation     with risk factors of ischemic stroke – a case control study. Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences.2013; Vol 2: Issue 44:    November 04; 4944 – 4955. 2)      S.C. Sanjay, N. Krishnappa, Anil Kumar Shukla. Newer dimensions in the evaluation of pelvic pathology by transperineal ultrasonography. Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences.2014; Vol 3: Issue 18:May 05; 4944 – 4955.

3)      Preeti Allum, N. Krishnappa, Anil Kumar Shukla. High frequency sonographic evaluation of thyroid lesions. International journal of universal pharmacy and bio sciences. 2014;May-June:85-98.

Dr. Anil Kumar Shukla, Professor

  1. Anil Khosla, Anil Shukla, Nandita Kashyap et al. Hypernephrama – A review of 70 cases. Indian Journal of Cancer. Dec 1987; Vol24: 251-263.
  2. Hassan D I. Elabdullah, Mansoor A. Dar, Anil Kumar Shukla. The evaluation of the role of ultrasonography and ultrasound guided aspiration as on initial screening test in blunt abdominal trauma. Annals of Saudi Medicine. 1996;Vol 16. No 3: 300-303.
  3. Anil Kumar Shukla. Editorial – X-rays: Awareness in GP’s & Nurses. The Practitioner ( East Mediterranean Edition ). June 1997; Vol. 8. No.6: Page 251.
  4. M.Ali, S.C.Girimaji, M. Markandaya, A.K.Shukla et al. Mutation & polymorphism analysis of TSCI & TSC2 genes in Indian patients with tuberous sclerosis complex. Acta Nurol Scand. 2005;111:54-63-DOI.
  5. S.R.Nivedita, B.V.suguna, Krishnamurthy, Rajanikanth, K.G.Sudershan Babu, Anil Kumar Shukla. Cytologic features of malignant cystic pheochromocytoma – a case report. March – April 2007;Vol 51. No 2. Acta Cytological:200-202.
  6. Swaroop Telkar, Mubeen K. Khan, Anil Kumar Shukla, Arun Dodamani, Shilpa Yalsangi, Deepti Telkar. Evaluation of occlusal splint therapy in temporomandibular joint disorder patients using real-time ultrasonography. Journal of Investigative and Clinical Dentistry. 2010; 1: 96-100.
  7. Ipsita Maity, Anitha Kumari, Anil Kumar Shukla, H L Usha, D N Naveen. Monitoring of healing by ultrasound with color power doppler after root canal treatment of maxillary anterior teeth with periapical lesions. J Conserv Dent 2011; 14:252-7.
  8. Shashi Kiran. M., Pallavi Nanaiah.K., Manjunath.M, Naveen.B.S., Vidya.S., Anil Kumar Shukla. Fixed drug eruption – Bane of a Boon. Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences. April 29,2013; Vol 2: Issue 17:2890 – 2893.
  9. Sharath Kumar B.C., Sreedevi Chandrika M., Gopal M.G., Ramesh M., Anjana Gopi, Anil Kumar Shukla. A Case Report of Actinomycotic Myectoma with osteomyelitis of right foot treated with welsh regimen. Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences.2013; Vol 2: Issue 41: 7968 – 7971.
  10. S.C. Sanjay, N. Krishnappa, Anil Kumar Shukla. Newer dimensions in the evaluation of pelvic pathology by transperineal ultrasonography. Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences.2014; Vol 3: Issue 18: May 05; 4944 – 4955.
  11. Preeti Allum, N. Krishnappa, Anil Kumar Shukla. High frequency sonographic evaluation of thyroid lesions. International journal of universal pharmacy and bio sciences. 2014;May-June:85-98.

Dr. S. C. Sanjay, Assistant Professor

1)       Madhushankar L, Satish Kumar R, Sanjay S.C., Laxmikanta L, Hemanth V. Role of ultrasonography in pre-operative evaluation of right iliac fossa mass. Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences.2013; Vol 2: Issue 46:November 18; Page 9030-9036.

2)      S.C. Sanjay, N. Krishnappa, Anil Kumar Shukla. Newer dimensions in the evaluation of pelvic pathology by transperineal ultrasonography. Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences.2014; Vol 3: Issue 18: May 05; 4944 – 4955..

3)      S.C. Sanjay, Mouna Subbaramaiah, Jagannatha S.R. Variation in size  and shape of a normal adult female pituitary gland: a radiological study. Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences.2014; Vol 3: Issue 18: May 05; 4934 – 4939.

Dr. Preeti Allum, Assistant Professor

PUBLICATIONS

1)       Preeti Allum, N. Krishnappa, Anil Kumar Shukla. High frequency sonographic evaluation of thyroid lesions. International journal of universal pharmacy and bio sciences. 2014;May-June:85-98.

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