Chaya Avam Vikiran Vigyan


Radiology has been a distinct medical specialty with unique technical challenges from its inception. The origins of specialization can be traced back to the technical nature of X-ray image capture and perhaps more significantly the difficulty of exposing. Transporting and developing images of fragile glass plates for subsequent interpretation. Despite pressure in the early 1900 to define radiology as a technical service, radiographic image interpretation and reporting required medically trained specialists. Therefore radiologists have been clinical specialists, who have been obliged to also become experts in image capture technology, broad based advances in engineering and more recently application of information technology for healthcare, which continue to drive and to be driven by radiology.

Importance –

Radiology is central to the clinical practice of medicine across a wide range of disciplines. It is the best practical way to diagnose, monitor treatment and detect progression or relapse of many important and common diseases in a minimally invasive and anatomically precise manner. It has a number of imaging modalities in its armamentarium which have differing physical principles of varying complexity. The anatomical detail and sensitivity of these techniques is now at a high order and the use of imaging for ultra structural diagnostics, nanotechnology, functional and quantitative diagnostics and molecular medicine is steadily increasing. Technological advances in digital imaging have also enabled the images produced to be post-processed, manipulated and also transmitted rapidly all over the world to be viewed simultaneously with the transmitting centers.

Facilities in the department-

  1. X-ray
  2. USG
  3. CT
  4. MRI
  5. Well qualified teaching staff
  6. Radiological instruments, models and equipments
  7. 50 radiology library books available

Teaching staff of the department-

  1. Dr Nilam Chavan Asso. Professor


Sr. no. Tital of the synopsis Year Student name Guide name
1 USG evaluation of hepato-biliary system in clinically diagnosed Kamala. 2014-15 Dr Shradha Sawant Dr Gajanan Vyawahare
2 Radiographic evaluation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease with special reference to Tamak Swasa. 2014-15 Dr Swapnali Awad Dr Gajanan Vyawahare
3 Radiographic evaluation of Janusandhigata Vata with special reference to knee osteoarthritis. 2014-15 Dr Pradnya Tonshal Dr Gajanan Vyawahare
4 Role of USG in evaluation of Mutrashmari(Renal Calculi) 2014-15 Dr Vaishali Waghmare Dr Dinakar Shete
5 Radiographic evaluation of pulmonary tuberculosis 2014-15 Dr Neeti Girbide Dr Dinakar Shete
1 USG evaluation of Yakrita Vyadhi with special reference to fatty liver 2015-16 Dr Lalit Patil Dr Gajanan Vyawahare
2 Study of patern of MRI in patients with Gridhrasi(sciatica) with special reference to prolapsed intervertebral disc. 2015-16 Dr Hemalata Khanapure Dr Gajanan Vyawahare
3 Role of USGin evaluation of Arbuda with special reference to uterine fibroid 2015-16 Dr Manisha Atkare Dr Gajanan Vyawahare
4 Role of USG in evaluation of Ashrigdara(Excessive uterine bleeding) 2015-16 Dr Seema More Dr Dinakar Shete
5 Role of USG in evaluation of Galaganda with special reference to enlarged thyroid gland. 2015-16 Dr Archana Shinde Dr Gurudatta Shinde

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6 USG evaluation of Pittashmari with special reference to gall bladder stone. 2015-16 Dr Vikas Bansode Dr Gurudatta Shinde

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Research papers and publications-

Research papers-

By Dr Gajanan Vyawahare-

  1. National seminar on Prameha                                                         Madhu 2015
  2. Review of umbilical artery Doppler study in pregnancy                The Antiseptic 2016

induced hypertension and its correlation with fetal outcome

By Dr Gajanan Vyawahare-

  1. Management of Dadru Kushtha (Ring worm infection) – Ayurved Masik
  2. Management of obesity – Ayurved Masik
  3. Methods of radiology investigations for respiratory system. – Schitra Ayurved