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Department of

Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology

Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology

The Department of Oral Pathology at Institute of Dental Sciences, Bareilly, began in the year 2002-2003 with the inception of the institute. Since then the department has made tremendous progress academically and infrastructure wise and has made its mark at national level. Dr.PravinGaikwad joined in as the first full time staff in 2004 as Assistant Professor and worked till 2013 as professor. Since then Dr.Madhusudan Astekar, MDS, Ph.D,is heading the department till date. The undergraduate course was started in the year 2002 and was recognised in 2007. The post-graduate course in the Department of Oral Pathology was started in the year 2009 and was recognised by the year 2012.

OVERVIEW

The Department of Oral Pathology & Microbiology at Institute of Dental Sciences, Bareilly, began in the year 2002-2003 with the inception of the institute. The Department of Oral Pathology has full-fledged, teaching staff for under-graduate and post-graduate teaching. The Department is presently running under able guidance of Prof. & HeadDr. Madhusudan Astekar, MDS, Ph.D.The department is currently involved in teaching 100 under graduate students each at I, II and III year and two post-graduates each per year. The undergraduate course was started in the year 2002 and was recognized in 2007. The post-graduate course was started in the year 2009 and was recognized by the year 2012. Since then several qualified post-graduatebatches have graduated from the department till date.

The Department has a Hematology, Histo&Cyto-pathology and Microbiology laboratory with all research facilities for postgraduates. Histopathology reporting of oral tissue biopsy and radical neck dissection specimens along with exfoliative cytology and microbial culture (aerobic and anaerobic) are also carried out in the department. The department has been constantly upgrading the equipment’s and is currently equipped with a trinocular research microscope with 5 megapixelcamera attachment, Pentahead Multiview microscope with Image analysis & morphometry setup (MoticTM), Stereo zoom microscope with 3 megapixel camera attachment, binocular compound microscopes, calorimeter, waterbath, thermostat, digital incubators, microtome, waxbath, laminar flow, digital colony counter, microbiology culture plates and anaerobic culture jar.

The Department has research and development unit to keep in pace with changes and advancement in the field of oral sciences. Staff and postgraduates have taken up various research projects with more than 100 publications to their credits. The Department has its own library with over more than 60 textbooks including atlas and variousinternational and national research journals.

The department has a demonstration hall with a seating capacity of 100 students and a seminar hall with seating capacity of 15 persons, both equipped with mounted LCD projector. Amuseum for demonstration of specimens and various educative models is also available. The faculties regularly conduct lectures, journal clubs, seminars, slide discussions, case presentations & demonstrations for postgraduate students.

AIM

To make the teaching and training programme effective so as to develop independent capabilities in a student, to learn and apply the knowledge of Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology in identifying the problems and diagnosis so as to conduct research with sound scientific knowledge and skills.

OBJECTIVES

To train a graduate dental surgeon so as to ensure higher competence in both general and special pathology dealing with the nature of oral diseases, their causes, processes and effects

To inculcate in-depth thirst for learning and develop confidence among students.

To extend Self-directedness in learning and the ability to sustain lifelong learning.

To inculcate sense of responsibility and accountability and put in hard and sincere work to excel. 

Developing ability to communicate ideas clearly and structure arguments convincingly.

To be facilitators and guides rather than simple teachers.

Developing the faculties for understanding, applying and creating knowledge, as well as their ability to constantly refresh and upgrade their knowledge.

Application/adaptation of knowledge to problem solving and making of informed judgments.

FACILITIES AVAILABLE

The Department has a Hematology, Histo&Cyto-pathology and Microbiology laboratory with all research facilities for postgraduates. Histopathology reporting of oral tissue biopsy and radical neck dissection specimens along with exfoliative cytology and microbial culture (aerobic and anaerobic) are also carried out in the department.

The department has been constantly upgrading the equipment’s and is currently equipped with a

Histo&Cyto-Pathology Laboratory

trinocular research microscope with 5 megapixel camera attachment.

Pentahead Multiview microscope with Image analysis & morphometry setup (MoticTM)

Stereo zoom microscope with 3 megapixel camera attachment

binocular compound microscopes

waterbath

thermostat,

digital incubators

microtome

waxbath

Hematology Laboratory

calorimeter

centrifuge

Microbiology Laboratory

laminar flow

digital colony counter

microbiology culture plates and

anaerobic culture jar

Department library with over more than 60 textbooks including atlas and various international and national research journals.

Demonstration hall with a seating capacity of 100 students.

Seminar hall with seating capacity of 15 persons, both equipped with mounted LCD projector.

Museum for demonstration of specimens and various educative models is also available.

OUR FACULTY
Dr. Madhusudan Astekar

Professor and Head

MDS,PhD

Dr. Aditi Murari

Professor

MDS

Dr. Gaurav Sapra

Professor

MDS

Dr. Swati Pant

Reader

MDS

Dr. Ashutosh Agarwal

Professor

MDS

Dr. Samreen Taufiq

Lecturer

MDS

CLNICAL WORK & ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES

The clinical work and academic activities carried out by the postgraduate students in the department are:

Seminars, journal clubs and Case presentations.

Attend the Inter-departmental meets, PG orientation including Biostatistics and Research Methodology.

Attend Basic sciences and clinical postings in the various departments like Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Pathology, Cytology, Oral Diagnosis, Oral Surgery, Cancer Hospital, & Dermatology.

Conduct demonstrations and tutorials for undergraduates and dental hygienists under the guidance of the faculties.

Tooth carving exercise.

Oral Histology and Oral Pathology Journal.

Ground sections of bone and tooth.

Conduct research under the supervision of the PG guide and submit dissertation.

Prepare and submit library dissertation.

Routine Hematological and Serological investigations like TLC, DLC, Hemoglobin, Bleeding time, clotting time, Plasma glucose, Australian Antigen & HIV.

Tissue grossing, biopsy specimen handling, processing &microtomy.

Hematoxylin and eosin staining along with special stains like PAS, Van Gieson, Masson’s trichrome and Mallory’s stain.

FNAC & Exfoliative cytology procedure followed by staining by PAP, PAS & Giemsa stain.

Histopathology, Radical neck dissection (with tumor margin)&Cytopathology slide discussion with reporting under the guidance of faculties.

Routine microbiological analysis including Aerobic culture, Anaerobic culture and Mycotic culture along with various biochemical tests used in identification of species.

EVENTS ORGANIZED

Forensic Odontology Workshop with Hands-on: Conducted on 27th Feb, 2016. The hands-on topics were “Palato-rugoscopy”, “Estimation of canine index” and “Techniques of age estimation through radiographic examination”.

Publication made easy: Workshop & Hands-on: Conducted on 29th March, 2017. The hands-on topic was “Referencing with Endnote Software”.

DEPARTMENT ACHIEVEMENTS

Award of “Overall university topper” along with gold medal was presented to the PG student, Dr.AmolikaChoube in the year 2016.

ONGOING RESEARCH PROJECTS

Analysis of time dependent changes in Bite marks obtained on Styrofoam and wax sheets.

What tongue has to say “Role of tongue in forensic identification”

Study of Dermatoglyphic pattern in Hypertensive and diabetes mellitus patient.

Study of Dermatoglyphics in Diabetes mellitus patient.

Study of Dermatoglyphics in chronic periodontitis patients.

Correlation of lip prints and blood groups in relation to gender.

Study of Dermatoglyphics in potentially Malignant and malignant patient.

Study of Dermatoglyphics in OSMF patients.

Study of rugae pattern in male and female patient.

Study of Dermatoglyphics in malocclusion patient.

Comparison of conventional tissue processing with microwave technique.

Prevalence of oral lesions in Bareilly city: a retrospective study.

Effect of elevated temperature on restored and unrestored teeth: a forensic study.

Evaluation of microbial flora associated with oral squamous cell carcinoma.

Association of helicobacter pylori infection with potentially malignant and malignant lesions.

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