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Department of OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY

We, the department of Otorhinolaryngology with dedicated faculties and hardworking staffs perform our daily professional duties diligently in an ambience of state-of –art infrastructure at our Department of Otorhinolaryngology.

Patient care by joining hands with all Departments and Sister Concerns (MGMC, IGMC, ICGNC) under the umbrella of SBVU enables us to attain the zenith of excellence with utmost Curiosity, Creativity and Confidence in the process of transforming us into an Ethical, Professional, Diplomatic And Lively Human Beings, with high spirits in the long run. All the above blend of opportunities are experienced and cherished at our Department of Otorhinolaryngology SSSMCRI.

We strongly believe in our practice of conglomerating our culture, traditional values with sophisticated knowledge and clinical skills flavoured with a humane touch offering the best services possible to our patients with utmost care.

VISION OF THE DEPARTMENT

         Our vision is to develop the department of ENT into a center of excellence for undergraduate and postgraduate so that they are well trained in evidence based medicine, patient care and research work.

MISSION OF THE DEPARTMENT

  • To provide cost effective, timely and high quality treatment for all our patients that can serve as a national model.

  • To train students to become leaders in the specialty and practice in diverse geographic locations and practice settings.

  • To develop super-specialties in the department like head and neck oncology, skull base surgery, sleep clinic and cochlear implantation programs by providing necessary infrastructure. To carry out basic science, clinical, and health services research that advance the field of  Otorhinolaryngology.

  • To bring about innovations in surgical techniques so that the postgraduates and undergraduates of the department of ENT will be unique in obtaining wholesome, evidence based surgical training.

  • For betterment of healthcare through the development of new knowledge arising from research, training and clinical programs in Otolaryngology/head and neck surgery. 

Our infrastructure encompasses

1.State-of-the-art operating equipment

The operation theatre boasts the latest in high-end equipment including camera and monitor, along with zero and 70 degree rigid nasal endoscopes for endoscopic sinus surgery and its extended applications. We also have an operating endo-laryngoscope with Kleinsausser suspension system for advanced laryngeal surgeries, Zeiss operating microscope for advanced ontological surgeries and Xomed micro-debrider with nasal and laryngeal blades

2.Temporal bone lab

The temporal bone lab is equipped with operating microscope, temporal bone holder, operating drill and burrs and suction apparatus. Postgraduates regularly hone their temporal bone dissection skills here and faculty frequently demonstrate the finer aspects of the art of temporal bone dissection.

3.Departmental library

The library is well equipped with over 130 books in ENT surgery and allied specialties. It remains up-to date with all recently published books and journals. It is readily accessible by the faculty and students 

4. DEMONSTRATION ROOM

An ICT enabled teaching room with a capacity for 50 students is available in OPD where clinical case discussions and small group teaching is done

 

 

 

ACTIVITIES

  1. On 8,9,10-07-2019 Competence based medical education work shop and Mobile data capture work shop were held in the university premises overviewed by Dr.Abdul Azeez (PG),Dr.Varshini (PG),Dr.Mano Leoni Divya(PG)
  2. On 19.07.2019 Evidence based medicine workshop was held in the university headed by Dr.s.gurumani and Dr.S.Valli for which 2 credit hours from the Tamil nadu medical council
  3. On 11.08.2019 Laryngo tracheoplasty hands on workshop was held which was attended by Dr.S.Valli at MENTS HOSPITAL , BANGALORE
  4. On 28.07.2019 Dr.Deepthi Das(PG), Dr.Mano Leoni Divya (PG),Dr.Abdul Azeez(PG) attended a CME at International MERF academy on The current concepts in the management of Head and Neck Cancer where 4 credit hours were given by the Tamilnadu medical council
  5. On 13,14,15-09-2019 AAVAI 2019 ENT state conference was attended by Prof.Dr.S.Gurumani,Dr.Deepthi Das (PG),Dr.Divya mano leoni (PG) and 1Paper presentation under Free paper catogery on the topic AN INTERESTING CASE OF TONGUE SWELLING : GRANULAR MYOBLASTOMA by Dr.Mano Leoni Divya was done,9 credit hours were given by Tamilnadu medical council.
  6. On 21.09.2019 around 50 people participated in an AWARENESS ON HEARING LOSS Public health lecture series where speeches and awareness about maintaining proper ear hygiene and how to go about prevention and precautions to be taken to prevent hearing loss.
  7. On 30-09-2019 WORLD DEAFNESS DAY Poster presentation was conducted where 20 students participated and won prizes,the judges were Dr. Abdul khadher (HOD department of Orthopedics),Dr.Lalith Kumar (HOD department of General Surgery ) and Dr. Raj Kumar (HOD department of Peadiatrics)

Out-patient Services

The out-patient unit is located in the first floor of the hospital, OPD number is 16. The OPD is led by the team comprising of competent faculty, senior residents under the guidance of the Head of the Department.  Exclusive room is available for endoscopy and speech therapy .Diagnostic nasal endoscopy , video-laryngoscopy and Oto-endoscopy. Full time audiologist and speech therapist are available

The department also runs the special clinics where we conduct various special clinics Allergy Clinic- monday, Headache Clinic-Tuesday, neuro-otology Thursday, Cancer Clinic-saturday.

Surgical Procedures

Routine ENT procedures like Tonsillectomy, Septoplasty, SMR, Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgeries (FESS), otology surgeries, Head and Neck Surgeries etc., are performed by the experienced team of consultants assisted by senior postgraduates.

Audiology and Speech Therapy

Our audiologist is also well-trained in performing these tests. Neonatal deafness screening is also done regularly. Our audiology room is up to date with all available equipment.  Digital audiometry, Oto-acoustic emissions and BERA services are available in the department, the audiology and speech therapy department works in coherence with department of ENT for better patient care.

Outreach Services

Sai camp and various outreach camps are conducted routinely by the   department. Patients are screened and referred to main hospital. School camp and general camps are organised by department at regular intervals. Free consultation and medications are given to the benificiaries. Pamphlets in local language about health education in ENT are also given. Regular ENT camps are being organised in and around the outskirts of Kancheepuram twice weekly.

Programs Offered

  • MS ENT
  • MBBS
 
Dr. S Gurumani
  1. An atyp[ical case of Kartageners syndrome . Sriraman G etal Int. J otorhinolaryngology, head and necks surgery. 2018 Jan; 4(1): 281-284.
  2. An interesting case of Frontocutaneous fistula. Sriram G etal Int.J otorhinolaryngology, head and necks surgery. Jul;3(3): 761-763
  3. Evaluvation of Dysphonia complaint in the ENT OPD. Internation Journal of Medical and applied sciences ISSN:2320-3137
  4. Prospective study of vertigo- causes, incidence, audiometric findings and caloric tests. Internation Journal of Medical and applied sciences ISSN:2320-3137
  5. A study of ossicular chain defects in CSOM (tubo-tympanic type)- Journal of evaluvation in medical and dental sciences, July 2013.PISSN 2278-4448.
  6. A study of incidence of laryngeal tuberculosis in case of pulmonary tuberculosis JEMDS 2013.
  7. A comparative study of FNAC, ultrasonography and radionuclide scan in management of solitary nodule thyroid. A prospective Analysis of fifty cases. Journal of evaluvation of medical sciences, August 19,2003.
  8. A retrospective study on Facial nerve dehiscence encountered during middle ear surgery, October 2014.
Dr.R.Valli
  1. Rajasekaran V, Srividhya G. A clinical study on laryngeal manifestations of tuberculosis. International Journal of Otorhinolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery. 2017 Sep 22;3(4):845-8.
  2. Rajasekaran V, BV SK. A study on clinical profile of non otogenic otalgia. International Journal of Otorhinolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery. 2017 Sep 22;3(4):1027-30.
  3. Rajasekaran V, BV SK, Sriraman G. Nasal flora in allergic rhinitis. International Journal of Otorhinolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery. 2017 Sep 22;3(4):904-7.
  4. Sriraman G, Rajasekaran V, Raja RV. An atypical case of kartageners syndrome. Int J Otorhinolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2017;3:761-3.
  5. Rajasekaran V, Puja Ghosh. Knowlegde,Attitude and Practise regarding allergic rhinitis in a rural population, Kancheepuram District, Tamilnadu. Int J Otorhinolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2018.
  6. Rajasekaran V, Ghosh P. Assessment of the Utilization Pattern and Related Knowledge about Topical Nasal Decongestants among the Users. Bengal Journal of Otolaryngology and Head Neck Surgery. 2018 Dec 7;26(3):176-82.
  7. Rajasekaran V, Gurulakshmi RB. Assessment of the Self Perceived Hearing Handicap and its Associated Factors in Elderly People with Hearing Loss. Journal of Clinical & Diagnostic Research. 2018 Dec 1;12(12).
  8. Karanam L, Rajasekaran V. Study On Symptom Outcome After Endoscopic Sinus Surgery In Chronic Rhinosinusitis.Orissa Journal of otolaryngology and head neck surgery.2019 June ;13(1):4-8.
  9. Raja RV, Rajasekaran V, Sriraman G. Non-auditory Effects of Noise Pollution on Health: A Perspective. Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery. 2019:1-2.
  10. Karthika J, Ramesh V, S, V. ADR: An atypical presentation of rare dematiaceous fungus. Indian J Med Microbiol 2014;32:336-40.

GUIDED ICMR PROJECTS:

  1. The impact of presbycusis on quality of life – ICMR STS 2017-06821. Student – RB Gurulakshmi.
  2. Third party disability in people with heatring loss – ICMR STS 2018 05788. Student – Preethi Rajasekaran.
Dr. D.Y.RAJ PRAKASH
  1. Jugular phlebectasia :clinical scenario in india. Rajprakash, Dharmapuri, Yaadhavakrishnan and Nagendran navaneethan. indian j otolaryngol head neck surgery 2015 march 67(1): 13-17.
  2. Type of Antifungals: Does it Matter in Empirical Treatment of Otomycosis? indian j otolaryngol head neck surgery 2015 march 67(1): 64-67. Rajprakash, Dharmapuri, Yaadhavakrishnan and Nagendran navaneethan.
  3. Our experience of unsafe ear.Indian journal of otology. original article.2015,march,37-40.
  4. Isolated Sphenoid Sinusitis. indian j otolaryngol head neck surgery march 2017.Rajprakash, Dharmapuri, Yaadhavakrishnan
  5. Anatomical variations in patients with chronic sinusitis Pragadeeswaran Kumarasekaran, Rajprakash Dharmapuri Yadhava krishnan, Gurumani SriramanInternational Journal of Otorhinolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery Kumarasekaran P et al. Int J Otorhinolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2018 Mar;4(2):428-431
  6. Management of secretory otitis media: a prospective randomised study comparing medical management with early surgical intervention Rajprakash D. Y.1 , Sithananda Kumar Venkatesan R.2 *, Alisulthan A. R.3 , Aravindhan V.3 , Mothilal K. B.International Journal of Otorhinolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery Rajprakash DY et al. Int J Otorhinolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2019 Jul;5(4):xxx-xxx
  7. An interesting case of fronto cutaneous fistula Gurumani Sriraman*, Raj Prakash Dharmapuri Yaadhava Krishnan, Roopak Visakan Raja. International Journal of Otorhinolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery Sriraman G et al. Int J Otorhinolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2017 Jul;3(3):761-763.
Dr Pragadeeswaran
  • Internal Nasal Valve and its Significance published in Indian J Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2013 Aug.
  • Prevention of Nasal Stenosis by Endotracheal tube Stent published in Gujarat Journal of Otorhinolaryngology.
  • Evaluation of time of Nasal packing after Nasal surgery published .
  • Anatomical Variations in Patients with chronic sinusitis published in International journal of otorhinolarngology
  • Incidence of Accessory ostia in Patients with Chronic Maxillary sinusitis published in International journal of otorhinolarngology.
  • Isolated Sphenoid sinusitis – a case report . Indian J Otolaryngol Head and Neck Surg.
Dr. Puja Ghosh
  1. Migrating foreign body in the neck penetrating the neck muscle. Sch J Med Case Rep. 2015;3:393-5.
  2. Long standing neglected foreign body in nasopharynx. Journal of International Medical Sciences Academy.
  3. Incidence of accessory ostia in patients with chronic maxillary sinusitis. International Journal of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery. 2018Feb 23;4(2):443-7
  4. Knowledge attitude and practice about allergic rhinitis in a rural population, Kancheepuram District, Tamil Nadu. International Journal of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery. 2017 Dec 22; 4(1):159-62.
  5. Assessment of the utilisation pattern and related knowledge about topical nasal decongestants among the users. Bengal Journal of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery. 2018 Dec 7; 26(3):176-82. Neck node in Adult : a diagnostic dilemma International Journal of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery 2018 MAY:4(3):829 -832
Dr. Ram Deepak
  1. Published a paper titled in the International journal of otorhinolaryngology and head and neck surgery. IJOHNS, volume 5, issues 5, 2019. Titled “A prospective study of prevalence of kuhns frontal cells and their relation to frontal sinus disease.
  2. Presented a paper on “NECK AND TOTAL BODY FAT DEPOSITION IN NON-OBESE AND OBESE PATIENTS WITH SLEEP APNOEA COMPARED WITH THAT IN CONTROL SUBJECTS” in IASSACON national conference on obstructive sleep apnoea, Held in march 2018.
  3. Presented a paper titled “A prospective study of prevelance of kuhns frontal cells and their relation to frontal sinus disease” in south zone ENT conference AOI SOUTH CON held in October 2018 , Mandya.
  4. Presented a poster titled on “A RARE CASE OF LIPOMA HARD PALATE” in south zone ENT conference held in Mandya, Karnataka in oct 2018
  5. Presented a poster on “The prevelance of kuhns frontal cells and their relation to frontal sinus disease” organised by shri balaji vidhyapeeth university in jan 2019.
  6. Presented a case of oral malignancy in MIST 2019 on feb 2019 organised and felicitated by MGMC,JIPMER,MMC faculties of general surgery, otorhinolaryngology and surgical oncology.

PUBLICATIONS

  1. Sriraman G, Rajasekaran V, Raja RV. An atypical case of Kartagener’s syndrome. International Journal of Otorhinolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery. 2018 Jan;4(1):281.

  2. Sriraman G, Krishnan RP, Raja RV. An interesting case of fronto cutaneous fistula. International Journal of Otorhinolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery. 2017 Jul;3(3):761.

  3. Gurumani S. Evaluation Of Dysphonia Complaints In Ent Opd. Internation Journal of Medical and applied sciences ISSN:2320-3137

  4. Prospective study of vertigo- causes, incidence, audiometric findings and caloric tests. Internation Journal of Medical and applied sciences ISSN:2320-3137

  5. Sriraman G. A study on ossicular defects in patients with tubo-tympanic type of csom. Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences. 2013;2(30):5521-5525.

  6. Gurumani S. A study on incidence of laryngeal tuberculosis in cases of pulmonary tuberculosis. Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences. 2013 Aug 5;2(31):5808-13.

  7. Gurumani S. A comparative study of fine needle aspiration cytology, ultrasonography and radionuclide scan in management of solitary thyroid nodule: a prospective analysis of fifty cases. Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences. 2013 Aug 19;2(33):6207-15.

  8. Gurumani S, Manikandan D. A retrospective study of facial nerve dehiscence encountered during middle ear surgery. Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences. 2014 Oct 2;3(49):11656-62.

  9. Rajasekaran V, Srividhya G. A clinical study on laryngeal manifestations of tuberculosis. Int J Otorhinolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2017 Oct;3:845-.

  10. Rajasekaran V, BV SK. A study on clinical profile of non otogenic otalgia. International Journal of Otorhinolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery. 2017 Sep 22;3(4):1027-30.

  11. Rajasekaran V, BV SK, Sriraman G. Nasal flora in allergic rhinitis. International Journal of Otorhinolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery. 2017 Sep 22;3(4):904-7.

  12. Rajasekaran V, Knowledge GP. Attitude and practice about allergic rhinitis in a rural population, Kancheepuram district, Tamil Nadu. Int J Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2018;4:159-62.

  13. Rajasekaran V, Gurulakshmi RB. Assessment of the self perceived hearing handicap and its associated factors in elderly people with hearing loss. Journal of Clinical & Diagnostic Research. 2018 Dec 1;12(12).

  14. Karanam L, Rajasekaran V. STUDY ON SYMPTOM OUTCOME AFTER ENDOSCOPIC SINUS SURGERY IN CHRONIC RHINOSINUSITIS.

  15. Raja RV, Rajasekaran V, Sriraman G. Non-auditory Effects of Noise Pollution on Health: A Perspective. Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery. 2019 Nov;71(2):1500-1

  16. Karthika J, Ramesh V. ADR: An atypical presentation of rare dematiaceous fungus. Indian journal of medical microbiology. 2014 Jul 1;32(3):336.

  17. Mano Leoni divya ,Valli Rajasekaran ,Dharmapuri YaadhavaKrishnan Raj:does turbinoplasty improve otological symptoms? .International Journal of Scientific Research 2021 : Vol:10 (3) :70-71

  18. Yaadhavakrishnan RD, Navaneethan N. Jugular phlebectasia: Clinical scenario in India. Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery. 2015 Mar 1;67(1):13-7.

  19. Navaneethan N, YaadhavaKrishnan RP. Type of antifungals: does it matter in empirical treatment of otomycosis?. Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery. 2015 Mar 1;67(1):64-7.

  20. Navaneethan N, YaadhavaKrishnan RD, Muthukumar U, Harihara R. Our experience of unsafe ear. Indian Journal of Otology. 2015 Jan 1;21(1):37.

  21. Krishnan RD, Kumarasekaran P, Raja RV. Isolated Sphenoid Sinusitis. Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery. 2019 Nov;71(3):1762-4.

  22. Kumarasekaran P, Yaadhavakrishnan RD, Sriraman G. Anatomical variations in patients with chronic sinusitis. Int J Otorhinolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2018 Mar;4(2):428-31.

  23. Rajprakash D. Y, Sithananda KumarVenkatesan R, Alisulthan A. R,Aravindhan V., Mothilal K. B Management of secretory otitis media: a prospective randomised study comparing medical management with early surgical intervention. International Journal of Otorhinolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery. 2019;5(4):883-887.

  24. Murthy VA, Reddy RR, Pragadeeswaran K. Internal nasal valve and its significance. Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery. 2013 Aug 1;65(2):400-1.Prevention of Nasal Stenosis by Endotracheal tube Stent published in Gujarat Journal of Otorhinolaryngology.

  25. Ghosh P, Kumarasekaran P, Sriraman G. Incidence of accessory ostia in patients with chronic maxillary sinusitis. Int J Otorhinolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2018;4(2):443-7..

  26. Shanmugam R, Shanmugam VU, Mariappan R, Swaminathan B, Nandipati S, Ghosh P, Ramya CV. Migrating foreign body in the neck penetrating the neck muscle. Sch J Med Case Rep. 2015;3:393-5.Long standing neglected foreign body in nasopharynx. Journal of International Medical Sciences Academy.

  27. Ghosh P, Kumarasekaran P, Sriraman G. Incidence of accessory ostia in patients with chronic maxillary sinusitis. Int J Otorhinolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2018;4(2):443-7.Knowledge attitude and practice about allergic rhinitis in a rural population, Kancheepuram District, Tamil Nadu. International Journal of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery. 2017 Dec 22; 4(1):159-62.1.      Rajasekaran V, Ghosh P. Assessment of the Utilization Pattern and Related Knowledge about Topical Nasal Decongestants among the Users. Bengal Journal of Otolaryngology and Head Neck Surgery. 2018 Dec 7;26(3):176-82.

  28. Karanam L, Ghosh P, Raman GS, Das D. Neck node in adult: a dignostic dilemma. International Journal of Otorhinolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery. 2018 May;4(3):829.

  29. Krishnasamy RD, Padmanabhan K. A prospective study of the prevalence of Kuhn’s frontal cells and their relation to frontal sinus disease. International Journal of Otorhinolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery. 2019 Aug 27;5(5):1249-54.

  30. George RR, Dhanya EK, John S, Varghese IG, Narayanan V, Kurian S. Half Disc Cartilage Tympanoplasty: A Newer Technique Versus Temporalis Fascia Tympanoplasty—Retrospective Analysis. Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery. 2020 Sep 1:1-6

  31. Gurumani S, Valli R, Das D. Comparison of Post-operative Outcomes of Endoscopic and Microscopic Type 1 Tympanoplasty-A Retrospective Study. Bengal Journal of Otolaryngology and Head Neck Surgery. 2020 Apr 30;28(1):51-4.

  32. Das D, Sriraman G, Rajasekaran V. Role of pure tone audiometry in assessing ossicular status in patients with mucosal type of chronic otitis media. International Journal of Otorhinolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery. 2020;6(5):853-857.

  33. Rajasekaran V, Rajasekaran P. Third Party Disability among Spouses of People with Hearing Loss. Bengal Journal of Otolaryngology and Head Neck Surgery. 2020 Apr 30;28(1):37-43.

  34. Das D, Sriraman G, Rajasekaran V. Establishment of significant improvement of hearing post-surgery for mucosal type of chronic suppurative otitis media. International Journal of Otorhinolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery. 2020;6(5):1016-1018.

  35. Das D, Sriraman G, Rajasekaran V. Effect of site and size of perforation of Tympanic membrane on hearing level. International journal of scientific research. 2020;9(3):73.

  36. Roopak vr, Sriraman g, Rajasekaran v. occupational noise induced hearing loss in india. chettinad health city journal. 2019;8(3):12-16.

 

ONGOING RESEARCH PROJECTS:

S no

Title of the Research/ Clinical trial

Faculty involved

 

Collaborating departments/ Institutions

 

Research/ Ethical committee / Animal Ethics Committee approval number and date.

 

Project duration(From-To) Grant in RsName of the Funding agency Publication status of the completed research(sent for publication/ accepted for publication Published

1

Treatment outcome of turbinoplaty vs partial turbinectomy for inferior turbinate hypertrophy

Dr.Divya Mano Leoni

Dr.S.Gurumani (HOD)

 

 

2019/445

2018-2020

SBVU

ongoing

2

Role of pure tone audiometry in assessing ossicular status in patients with mucosal type of chronic otitis media

Dr.Deepthy Das

Dr.S.Gurumani (HOD)

 

2017/367

2017-2019

SBVU

completed

3

Noise pollution and associated hearing loss in a metropolitan city

Dr.Roopak

Dr.S.Gurumani (HOD)

 

2017/287

2016 -2018

SBVU

 Sent for publication

S.No

PROJECT TITLE

AUTHORS

TIME OF COMMEN-CEMENT

STATUS

1.

Assessment of the utilization pattern and related knowledge about topical nasal decongestants among its users

Dr. Puja Ghosh, Dr. Valli R

2017

Completed

2.

Nasal flora in allergic rhinitis

Dr. Valli R, Dr.Sharath Kumar

2017

Completed and published

3.

Anatomical variations in chronic sinusitis

Dr. Pragadeeswaran,Dr.Puja Ghosh

2017

Completed

4.

 

Indications of accessory ostium in chronic sinusitis

Dr. Puja Ghosh, Dr. Pragadeeswaran 

2017

Completed

5.

Knowledge , attitude and practice about allergic rhinitis in rural population

Dr. Valli R, Dr.Sharath Kumar

2017

Completed

6.

A study on clinical profile of non otogenic otalgia

Dr.R.Valli, Dr.Sharath

2017

Completed

7.

A clinical study on laryngeal manifestations of Tuberculosis

Dr.R.Valli, Dr. Srividhya G

2017

Completed

8.

Anterior nasal packing – does it affect the middle ear pressure

Dr. Pragadeeswaran, Dr.Rajprakash

2018

Completed

9.

Effect of anatomical variations of uncinate process in chronic sinusitis

Dr R.Valli, Dr. Lavanya Karnam

2019

Completed

     10.

Diabetic retinopathy and otopathy- do they go hand in hand

Dr. Valli R, Dr.Sharath kumar, Dr.Shruti Hegde

2018

Completed and sent for publishimg

    11.

Variations in Fronto Ethamoidal cells- Do they have a role in frontal sinusitis?

Dr Lavanya Karnam, Dr.R.Valli

2019

Completed and sent for publishing

     12.

A Retrospective study of middle ear risk indices in post operative outcomes following tympanoplasty

Dr Gurumani, Dr.Roopak

2019

Completed and sent for publishing

     13.

Retrospective Comparative  study between microscopic and endoscopic myringoplasty

Dr. Gurumani, Dr. Valli, Dr.Deepthy Das

2019

Completed and published

14.

Assessment of knowledge, attitude and practice on vocal hygiene among medical professionals teaching in medical colleges.

 Dr Puja Ghosh, Dr.R.Valli

2019

Ongoing

15.

Greater palatine block VS topical lignocaine in post operative nasal suction and cleareance : A comparative study.

Dr Raj Prakash, Dr.Puja Ghosh

2019

Ongoing

 

UG  PROJECTS

 

S.No

PROJECT TITLE

AUTHORS

TIME OF COMMEN-CEMENT

STATUS

1

The impact of presbycusis on quality of life. ICMR STS

REFERENCE ID: 2017- 06821

Miss. Gurulakshmi RB

Dr . R.Valli

2017

Completed & Published

2

Assessment of the self-perceived handicap and its associated factors in elderly people with hearing loss. ICMR STS

Reference ID: 2018-05799

Miss.R.Preethi

Dr . R.Valli

 

2018

Completed & Published

3.

Otological factors influencing hearing help seeking behaviour and hearing healthcare utilization in elderly people with hearing loss

 

Dr.R.Valli

Miss Kavya AR

2020

Ongoing

PG DISSERTATION

S.No PROJECT TITLE AUTHORS TIME OF COMMEN-CEMENT STATUS
1 Noise pollution and associated hearing loss in a metropolitan city  Dr.RoopakDr.S.Gurumani Dr.R.Valli  2016 Completed
2 Role of pure tone audiometry in assessing ossicular status in patients with mucosal type of chronic otitis media  Dr.Deepthy DasDr.S.GurumaniDr.R.Valli 2017 Completed & Published
3 Treatment outcome of turbinoplasty vs partial turbinectomy for inferior turbinate hypertrophy   Dr.Divya Mano LeoniDr.R.ValliDr.Rajprakash                 2018   Completed & sent for publication
4 Study correlating the HRCT temporal bone findings and intra operative findings in chronic suppurative otitis media squamosal type of disease    Dr.Jayavarshini Jothivel Dr.R.Valli  2019 Ongoing
5 A study on change in the pulmonary function  after  functional endoscopic sinus surgery in chronic rhinosinusitis  patients     Dr Abdul AzeezDr.Rajprakash 2019 Ongoing
6 Treatment outcomes of myringoplasty with platelet rich plasma versus conventional myringoplasty for chronic otitis media- mucosal type- A randomised clinical trial Dr.Aishwarya VijayanDr.R.valliDr.Puja Ghosh 2020 Ongoing
7. A cross sectional study on statis of contralateral ear in cases of unilateral chronic otitis media- mucosal type of disease Dr. SameeraDr.RajprakashDr.Ram Deepak 2020 Ongoing
8. Comparision of outcomes of conventional nasal packing and merocele packing following septal surgery: A quasi experimental study Dr.Ferrin Maria JohnDr.R.ValliDr.Pragadeeswaran 2020 Ongoing