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Teaching faculty
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Academic Activities

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1.GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT.

Minto Ophthalmic Hospital, located on AV Road, Chamrajpet, opp Central Police Station, Bangalore - 560002 is a tertiary ophthalmic hospital which caters to the need of karnataka and also the neibhouring areas of other states. It is attached to the Bangalore Medical College & Research Institute and Research Institute autonomous institute of the Government of Karnataka. 
Mission

Eradicate Blindness

Empower young Ophthalmologists with latest knowledge & skill

Excel in patient care and resource management.

Special ophthalmic service provided by the government in the form of a very small eye dispensary which was opened on 9th november 1896.The accomodation consisted of just a couple of rooms in a shop in the crowded bazaar(Chickpet) and Dr SV RamaswamyIyengar, M.D., who specialised in the subject, was its Medical Officer and the staff consisted of himself and a couple of servants. It started work with 9 outpatients on the first day.
This humble institution was transferred on the 1st january 1897 to the buildings in Lal-Bagh Road known as the “Lal- Bagh Lodge,” Provision was made here for 16 In- patients beds (12 males & 4 females). The average daily out patient attendance rose to 35 by 1903 and a number of operations were done every week. The In patientaccomodation was subsequently gradually raised to 36 beds (25 for men and 11 for women). In 1910 the staff consisted of one Superintendent, one Sub – Assistant Surgeon, one Compounder, seven ward attendants and two helpers. There was no qualified nursing staff. 
The necessity for a bigger and up- to-date hospital having been felt, the present hospital was planned and the foundation stone was graciously laid by His Highness the Maharaja of Mysore on the 17th December 1910 in commemoration of the Viceroyalty of His Excellency the Right-Honourable the Earl of Minto, G.C.M.G., G.M.S.I., G.M.I.E. the construction work occupied about two years and the Minto Ophthalmic Hospital was formally opened by His Highness the Maharaja on 31st January 1913.
In 1923 a set of rooms providing for 16 beds for women and children and called the “Seethamma ward” was endowed by the Late Mrs. Seethamma Krishna Iyengar.
New additional building for OPD block was opened on 22nd January 1965.
Eye bank was established on 1st April 1970 and recognized by Government of Karnataka. Renamed as KishinchandChelaram Eye bank and Corneal grafting centre on 24th December 1975.
1986 - Vitreo retinal OPD facilities were started in main building .
1994 – Vitreo retinal department was shifted to present block with provision for OPD , In-patient , seminar hall , and O.T.
Other facilities at Minto Ophthalmic Hospital:
Glaucoma clinic
Squint clinic 
These are running in the present OPD block.
Community programmes – Rural and Urban camps and school health programme are being conducted at Minto Ophthalmic Hospital. 

Total bed strength of 300

2. TEACHING FACULTY

Sl. No.
Designation Name
1
Professor & HOD, Medical Superintendent & Director Dr Ramesh TK
2
Professor Dr Sujatha BL
3
Associate Professor Dr Dakshayini M
4
Associate Professor Dr Kalpana BN
5
Associate Professor Dr Nagaraju G
6
Associate Professor Dr Suresh Babu G
7
Associate Professor Dr Nishat Sultana Khayoom
8
Associate Professor Dr Shashidhar S
9
Assistant Professor Dr Kalpana S
10
Assistant Professor Dr Bharathi N
11
Assistant Professor Dr Viswanath BN
12
Assistant Professor Dr Chinmayee JT
13
Assistant Professor Dr Vidyadevi M
14
Assistant Professor Dr Suresh HH
15
Assistant Professor Dr Srinivasa KH
16
Assistant Professor Dr Shilpa YD
17
Senior Resident Dr Anuradha A
18
Senior Resident Dr Mridula P
19
Senior Resident Dr BinduMadhavi R
20
Senior Resident Dr Shwetha BV
21
Senior Resident Dr Soumya HN
22
Senior Resident Dr Rekha B Patil
23
Senior Resident  
24
Senior Resident Dr Sunil Kumar M
25
Senior Resident Dr Vidya S Eswaran
26
Senior Resident Dr. Srinivasa AV

3.NON TEACHING FACULTY

Sl. No.
Name
Designation
1
Dr.Shobha T
Sr. Specialist
2
Dr.Mamatha M
Sr. Specialist

 

 

 

5.ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES

Teaching programme.

SL NO
UGNUMBER/MONTH
PGNUMBER/MONTH
SEMINARS
8
20
JOURNAL CLUB
NIL
2
GUEST LECTURES
NIL
1
CASE PRESENTATION
8
2
OTHERS
NIL
INTERCOLLEGE PG TEACHINGS-1

RESEARCH ACTIVITIES.

PUBLICATIONS OF FACULTY AND STUDENTS 2014,2015.

1. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Challenges

Badami, Kalpana Drs.; Sultana, Aliya; Sinha, Babi; Ijeri, Raghavendra; Jayadev, Chaitra; Tsang, Stephen H.

2. Primary versus Secondary implantation of Scleral fixated Posterior Chamber Intraocular lens

Shashidhar S, Suresh Babu G, Shruthi Chandra, ManasaPenumetcha

Journal of Evidence based Medicine and Healthcare; Volume 2, Issue 32, August 10, 2015; Page: 4760-4770

3. Traumatic endophthalmitis in children

Shilpa Y. D , Kalpana B. N , Shashidhar S , Kalpana S , Vishwanath B. N , Savitha C. S , ManasaPenumetcha

Journal of Evidence based Medicine and Healthcare; Volume 2, Issue 31, August 03, 2015; Page: 4609-4613

4. A clinical study of orbital tumors

NishatSultana , T. K. Ramesh , Sriprakash , Keerthi P. Hudedagaddi

Journal of Evidence based Medicine and Healthcare; Volume 2, Issue 30, July 27, 2015; Page: 4351-4355

5. Ndyag posterior hyaloidotomy: a safe and costeffective approach for the management of pre-macular haemorrhage in valsalva retinopathy

ShashidharS ,ManasaPenumetcha

Journal of Evidence based Medicine and Healthcare; Volume 2, Issue 28, July 13, 2015; Page: 4107-4113

6. Rare case of ocular tuberculous noduloulcerativescleritis.

Pentapati M, Shah S, Suresh Babu G

Int J Med Res Rev 2015;3(5):528-531

7. “Factors affecting the outcome of corneal regraft”

SRINIVAS K. H& H. HARIPRASAD

International Journal of Ophthalmic Surgery and Ocular Pharmacology (TJPRC: IJOSOP) Vol. 5, Issue 1, Jun 2015, 19-34

8. Post-surgical astigmatism and final visual out come in manual small incision cataract surgery

VISHWANTH B. N & P. MRIDULA

International Journal of Ophthalmic Surgery and Ocular Pharmacology (TJPRC: IJOSOP) Vol. 5, Issue 1, Jun 2015, 35- 44

9. Process of patient induction in minto ophthalmic hospital - a case study

Dakshayini

International Journal of Ophthalmic Surgery and Ocular Pharmacology (TJPRC:IJOSOP) Vol. 1, Issue 1, Jun 2015, 45-68

10. Study of Treatment Modalities of Ocular Surface Squamous Neoplasia and Methods to Reduce Recurrence Rates

AnuradhaA ,Vidyadevi M , SnehaSolse

Int J Health Sci Res. 2015; 5(6):118-122.

11. Prevalence of glaucoma in patients undergoing cataract surgery in rural set up in southern india

BharathiN , B. L. Sujatha Rathod , Jyothi B. Patil , Shobha T

Journal of Evidence based Medicine and Healthcare; Volume 2, Issue 21, May 25, 2015; Page: 3149-3154

12. Squamous cell carcinoma of eyelid masquerading as basal cell carcinoma

NagarajuG ,Chinmayee J. T , Natarajan M , Vanitha M. D

Journal of Evidence based Medicine and Healthcare; Volume 2, Issue 16, April 20, 2015; Page: 2456-2459

13. Sterile endophthalmitis after intravitreal injection of bevacizumab from a single vial

B. N. Kalpana , Mohammed Sadiqulla

Journal of Evidence based Medicine and Healthcare; Volume 2, Issue 16, April 20, 2015; Page: 2402-2406

14. Severity of diabetic retinopathy and subfoveal serous retinal detachment

B. N. Kalpana , Mohammed Sadiqulla

Journal of Evidence based Medicine and Healthcare; Volume 2, Issue 15, April 13, 2015; Page: 2322-2327

15. To study the effect of postural changes on intraocular pressure and its importance in glaucoma control

Rekha B. Patil ,VijayaPai , Keerthi P. Hudedagaddi

Journal of Evidence based Medicine and Healthcare; Volume 2, Issue 15, April 13, 2015; Page: 1949-1954

16. Pneumatic retinopexy for retinal detachment in south indian population

Dr. B. N. Kalpana , Dr. P.C. Kailash , Dr. Mohammed Sadiqulla , Dr. Samhitha

Med. Res. Chron., 2015, 2 (2), 235-242

17. Cataract and posterior segment risk factors

Dr. B. N. Kalpana, Dr. BhargaviMurali

Med. Res. Chron., 2015, 2 (2), 226-234

18. Study of Intraoperative complications of Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery in eyes with Pseudoexfoliation

Anuradha A, Vidyadevi M, Kailash P Chhabria, Samhitha HR, Shilpa YD

Journal of Evidence based Medicine and Healthcare; Volume 2, Issue 13, March 30, 2015; Page: 1949-1954

19. Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery under Topical Anaesthesia alone in patients with Cardiac disease

Suresh HH, SnehaSolse, SupriyaPatil, JyothiPatil

Journal of Evidence based Medicine and Healthcare; Volume 2, Issue 13, March 30, 2015; Page: 1936-1939

20. Filamentary Keratitis: A Case Series

MridulaPentapati, Suchi Shah

International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, Volume 5, Issue 3, March 2015

21. Prevalence of diabetic retinopathy in diabetics of rural population belonging to Ramanagara and Chikkaballapura districts of Karnataka

Dr. Bharathi N, Dr. S Kalpana, Dr. B L Sujatha, Dr. AfaqNawab, Dr. Hemanth Kumar

International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, Volume 5, Issue 3, March 2015

22. Clinical and family profile of patients diagnosed with keratoconus

KalpanaS ,Rekha B. Patil , Vidyadevi M , Anuradha A

Journal of Evidence based Medicine and Healthcare; Volume 2, Issue 12, March 23, 2015; Page: 1813-1818.

23. Immediate and early post operative complications of trabeculectomy in a tertiary care centre

Suresh H. H , Vidyadevi M , Alka Varghese , Krishnaprasad A. H , S. P. Reddy

Journal of Evidence based Medicine and Healthcare; Volume 2, Issue 12, March 23, 2015; Page: 1789-1795.

24. Quadrant wise analysis of rnfl thickness measured by optical coherence tomography (oct) in primary open angle glaucoma (poag) and its ability to detect glaucoma

NishantSultana , Swati Pillai

Journal of Evidence based Medicine and Healthcare; Volume 2, Issue 12, March 23, 2015; Page: 1709-1717.

25. Valsalva like retinopathy secondary to leukemia: a case report

ShashidharS ,ManasaPenumetcha , Shilpa Y. D , Kailash P. Chhabria

Journal of Evidence based Medicine and Healthcare; Volume 2, Issue 11, March 16, 2015; Page: 1701-1703.

26. A rare case report of unilateral choroidal metastasis secondary to cervical adenocarcinoma

VidyadeviM ,DivyaPalaksha

Journal of Evidence based Medicine and Healthcare; Volume 2, Issue 11, March 16, 2015; Page: 1688-1691.

27. Sclopetaria due to sub conjunctival foreign body: a case report

ShashidharS ,Usha Shree , Mohammed Sadiqulla , Savitha C. S , ManasaPenumetcha

Journal of Evidence based Medicine and Healthcare; Volume 2, Issue 11, March 16, 2015; Page: 1685-1687.

28. Congenital eyelid eversion- a case report with review of literature

Chinmayee J. T. ,Nagaraju G , Samhitha H. R. , Kailash P. Chhabria

Journal of Evidence based Medicine and Healthcare; Volume 2, Issue 10, March 09, 2015; Page: 1534-1540.

29. Efficacy of fluorescein dye disappearance test in the diagnosis of lacrimal system outflow obstruction

NagarajuG ,Samhitha H. R, Kailash P. Chhabria , Rishika H

Journal of Evidence based Medicine and Healthcare; Volume 2, Issue 10, March 09, 2015; Page: 1377-1386.

30. Dynamics of lower lid malpositions

NagarajuG , Kailash P. Chhabria , Samhitha H. R

Journal of Evidence based Medicine and Healthcare; Volume 2, Issue 9, March 02, 2015; Page: 1295-1301.

31. Therapeutic penetrating keratoplasty for nonhealing fungal keratits: a retrospective clinical study at a tertiary eye care centre in south india

DivyaPalaksha ,Suresh BabuGangasagara , RaviprakashDurgappa , Shivaprasad Reddy

Journal of Evidence based Medicine and Healthcare; Volume 2, Issue 9, March 02, 2015; Page: 1229-1234.

32. Evaluation of outcome of various surgical procedures for upper eyelid ptosisNagaraju G , SumithaMuthu , Chinmayee J. T , Kailash P. Chhabria

Journal of Evidence based Medicine and Healthcare; Volume 2, Issue 9, March 02, 2015; Page: 1180-1187.

33. A Prospective Comparative Study to Evaluate the Outcome of Fibrin Glue versus Sutures for Conjunctival Autografting after Primary Pterygium Excision

Priya V R ,Shubhratha S Hegde

Int J Health Sci Res. 2015;5(1):93-99

34. Ocular manifestations of aplastic anemia following platelet trasfusion : a case report

Divyalakshmi K.S. &Kalpana B.N.

NUJHS Vol. 4, No.4, 2014, ISSN 2249-7110

35. Visual acuity in different intensities of Light

Shruthi K, Suresh BabuGangasagara, Venkatesh S

Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences 2014; Vol. 3, Issue 70, December 14; Page: 14952-14956

36. Clinical study of dalk in heterogeneous corneal diseases

SRINIVAS K.H.

International Journal of General Medicine

and Pharmacy (IJGMP)

ISSN(P): 2319-3999; ISSN(E): 2319-4006

Vol. 3, Issue 6, Nov 2014, 33-38

37. Visual outcome cataract surgery in diabetics and non-diabetics patient

DAKSHAYAINI

International Journal of General Medicine

and Pharmacy (IJGMP)

ISSN(P): 2319-3999; ISSN(E): 2319-4006

Vol. 3, Issue 6, Nov 2014, 13-24

38. An unusual ocular emergency in severe dengue

Nagaraj KB, Jayadev C, Yajmaan S, Prakash S

Middle East Afr J Ophthalmol. 2014 Oct;21(4):347-9

39. Therapeutic keratoplasty in fungal keratitis

Srinivas, Dakshayani

Journal of Evidence Based Medicine and Healthcare; Volume 1, Issue 8, October 15, 2014; Page: 1047-1060.

40. Analysis of visual prognosis after surgery in traumatic cataract

Dakshayani, Rakesh

Journal of Evidence Based Medicine and Healthcare; Volume 1, Issue 8, October 2014; Page: 1029-1046.

41. Spectrum of ocular allergy- an indian overview

DAKSHAYINI

International Journal of General Medicine and Pharmacy (IJGMP)

ISSN(P): 2319-3999; ISSN(E): 2319-4006

Vol. 3, Issue 5, Sep 2014, 81-86

42. Lens induced glaucoma-experienced in government tertiary care hospitals

DAKSHAYINI

International Journal of General Medicine

and Pharmacy (IJGMP)

ISSN(P): 2319-3999; ISSN(E): 2319-4006

Vol. 3, Issue 5, Sep 2014, 117-126

43. Assessment of visual outcome-experienced in teriary care hospital of bangalore city

DAKSHAYINI

International Journal of General Medicine and Pharmacy (IJGMP)

ISSN(P): 2319-3999; ISSN(E): 2319-4006

Vol. 3, Issue 5, Sep 2014, 87-98

44. “Effectiveness of drainage of pre-macular sub-hyaloid haemorrhage into vitreous cavity with ndyag laser”

SHASHIDHAR, VISHWANATH B N & S SUJATHA

International Journal of General Medicine

and Pharmacy (IJGMP)

ISSN(P): 2319-3999; ISSN(E): 2319-4006

Vol. 3, Issue 5, Sep 2014, 29-32

45. Post fever Retinitis: A single centreexperience from South India

Vishwanath S, Badami K,Sriprakash KS, Sujatha BL, Shashidhar SD, Shilpa YD

IntOphthalmol. 2014 Aug;34(4):851-7

46. Study of Uveitic macular edema using Stratus OCT.

Dr. Shashidhar S., Dr. Vishwanath B. N., Dr. Rajeev

International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, Volume 4, Issue 6, June 2014

DISSERTATIONS FOR 2014, 2015.

DISSERTATION DETAILS OF POST GRADUATES

SL NO.

NAME OF THE CANDIDATE

NAME OF THE  GUIDE

THESIS TOPIC

1.
Dr.Samhitha .H .R Dr.Chinmayee.J.T A study for evaluation of surgical dosing for the correction of inferior oblique overaction.
2.
Dr.Keerthi .P.Hudedagaddi Dr.Nishat Sultana A clinical study of morphometric measurements in angle closure disease.
3.
Dr.MaliniBangera Dr. T.K. Ramesh Evaluation of preoperative local and systemic conditions which can cause difficulties during small incision cataract surgery and IOL implantation.
4.
Dr.Hemanth Kumar Dr.B.L.Sujatha Study of prevalence of diabetic retinopathy in rural diabetic population belonging to chikaballapura and ramnagara district.
5.
Dr.Poornima .P Dr.Dakshayini .M Management and evaluation of subluxatedcataractous and crystalline lens.
6.
Dr.Rashmi .J. Shetty Dr.B . N .Kalpana Study of complications of induction of PVD in three port pars plana vitrectomy.
7.
Manoj Bhatt Dr.G.SureshBabu To study the therapeutic role of intracameralvoriconazole injection in management of fungal keratitis with exudates in anterior chamber.
8.
Dr.Nagesh Dr.Nagaraju . G Study of corneal thickness and endothelial cell count in diabetes mellitus and non diabetes mellitus patients.
9.
Dr .Rishika .H Dr.Vidyadevi . M Study of interocular asymmetry of visual fields in patients with POAG and PACG.
10.
Dr.Manasapenumetcha Dr.Shashidhar Study of safety and efficacy 23G three port pars plana vitrectomy for non-resolving vitreous haemorrhage.
11.
Dr.Pratibha .R Dr.T.K.Ramesh Intraoperative difficulties in paediatric cataract surgery.
12.
Dr.Meghana .G.R Dr. T.K Ramesh Evaluation and management of restrictive strabismus.
13.
Dr.Svikruthi .G Dr.S.Kalpana Association of diabetic retinopathy with diabetic nephropathy.
14.
Dr.SupriyaPatil Dr.Bharathi .M.S Clinical study of pseudoexfoliation in patients scheduled for cataract surgery in a tertiary care centre.
15.
Dr.Jyoti Nigam Dr.Dakshyani.M Post operative complications following manual SICS.
16.
Dr.Sharmila .M. Gowda Dr. B. L.Sujatha Study of use of ocular trauma score in ocular injuries in a tertiary hospital
17.
Dr.ApoorvaMitrananda Dr.Nishat Sultana Prevalence of open angle glaucoma in type 2 diabetes mellitus at minto ophthalmic hospital.
18.
Dr.SachetanaPatil Dr.B.N.Kalpana To evaluate the prevalence of various posterior segment pathologies in all types of cataract patients at a tertiary care hospital.
19.
Dr.Rita Mary Tomy Dr.Shashidhar Efficacy of intravitreal triamcinolone acetonide in branch retinal vein occlusion with macular edema with and without serous retinal detachment
20.
Dr. Chris Riane Dsouza Dr.Nagaraju .G Buccal / labial minor salivary gland transplant in severe dry eye disorder.

CME/WORKSHOPS CONDUCTED IN 2014,2015- NIL.

CONFERENCES CONDUCTED IN 2014,2015-NIL

NOTICE BOARD.

Dr .Rishika .H, won the prestigious young acheivers award in BOS summit 2015, for her presentation on LACRIMAL PUMP DYNAMICS.

 
 
 
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