Shalya Tantra Vangmaya – Literature, Research and Development

1. Thorough study of the Sushruta Samhita including other relevant portions of Brihattrayee and Laghutrayee.

2. KnowledgeandimportanceofSurgicalAuditandResearch.

3. Medico legal issues – Understanding the implications of acts of omission and
commission in practice. Issues regarding Consumer Protection Act, medical profession, national health policy – Implications in a medico-legal case like accidents, assaults etc.

4. SurgicalethicsincludingInformedconsent.

5. Yogya Vidhi – Practical and Experimental training on different types of Surgical
Models for Research in Surgery.

6. Clinical and diagnostic methods in Shalya Tantra – X-rays, U.S.G., Endoscopies (for
diagnostic and treatment purposes), MRI, CAT scanning and other recent diagnostic

7. Concept of Sandhana Karma – Plastic reconstructive and cosmetic surgery.

Fundamentals of Sandhana Karma –

i. Karna Sandhana – Auroplasty

ii. Nasa Sandhana – Rhinoplasty

iii. Ostasandhana–Cheiloplasty

iv. GraftsandFlaps–Techniquesandapplications.

v. Vascular anastomosis and grafts.

8. RecentdevelopmentonSushruta’ssurgicalprinciplesandpractices.


1. Vrana – Wound management

i. Management of Nija Vrana, Dushta Vrana and Nadi Vrana.

ii. Vrana Chikitsa – Shasti upakramas, Pathya-apathya.

iii. Wound and Ulcer.

iv. Dagdha Vrana – Burns, scalds, Dhumopaghata, Ushnavata, Frost bite, electric
burns and their management.

v. Prameha Pidaka – Diabetic carbuncle, Diabetic wound and its management.

vi. Kotha – Gangrene and Principles of Amputation.

vii. Sadyo Vrana – Traumatic wounds – Nidana, Prakara, Lakshana, Upadrava and
Chikitsa, Bites and stings and its management.

2. PranastaShalya–Diagnosisandmanagement.

5. Bhagna-Classification,Clinicalfeatures,ComplicationsandManagement.

6. Sandimoksha–Classification,Clinicalfeatures,ComplicationsandManagement.

7. Udara Roga – Aetiopathogenesis, Classification, Clinical features, Diagnosis,
Complications and Management.

100 Marks 100 Hours

100 Marks 100 Hours

3. Vranashopha-Inflammation,Vidradhi–AbscessesandPidika–Boils. 4. Granthi–CystandArbuda–BenignandmalignantNeoplasm.

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8. Gulma Roga – Nidana, Prakara, Lakshana, Upadrava and Chikitsa.

9. Shoola vyadhi – Nidana, Prakara, Lakshana, Upadrava and Chikitsa.

10.Diseases of Rectum and Anal Canal – Aetiopathogenesis, Classification, Clinical

features, Diagnosis, Complications and Management of Arshas, Parikartika,

Bhagandara, Guda Vidradi, Gudabhramsa and Sanniruddaguda.
11.Ashmari – Aetiopathogenesis, Classification, Clinical features, Diagnosis,

Complications and Management.
12.Mutraghata and Mutrakrichhra – Aetiopathogenesis, Classification, Clinical features,

Diagnosis, Complications and Management.
13.Niruddhaprakasha – Phimosis, Parivartika – Paraphimosis and Avapatika – Prepuceal

14.Vriddhi Roga – Aetiopathogenesis, Classification, Clinical features, Diagnosis,

Complications and Management.


1. Fundamentals of modern surgery and treatment of surgical disorders including surgical anatomy, physiology and pathology.

2. Diagnosis and Surgical treatment of head and spine injury, thoracic trauma and abdominal trauma. Blast injuries and Management.

3. Diagnosis and surgical measures for disorders of Artery, Vein, Ligaments, Muscles and Tendons.

4. Diagnosis and Surgical management of neck disorders e.g. salivary glands, thyroid, Thyroglossal cyst and Fistula, Branchial cyst and fistula, Cystic hygroma and Lympadenopathies.

5. Diagnosis and Surgical management of breast diseases, Benign and Malignant breast tumours.

6. DiagnosisandSurgicalmeasuresofdiseasesofGastrointestinalsystem-

i. Oral cavity – Oral ulcers, Oral cancer, Precancerous conditions, Submucosal fibrosis, Leukoplakia, Cleft lip and palate, Lip tumours, Mucosal cyst,
Nasopharyngeal cancer, Tongue ulcer and cancer.

ii. Oesophagus – Oesophageal varices, Dysphagia, Neoplasm, Strictures and Gastro
oesophageal reflux.

iii. Stomach and duodenum – Congenital anomalies, Injuries, Inflammation, Ulcer,
Neoplasm, Pyloric stenosis, Acute dilatation ,Hiatus hernia and Foreign bodies.

iv. Pancreas – Congenital anomalies, Acute and Chronic pancreatitis, Calculi Neoplasm
and Cysts of pancreas.

v. Peritoneum, Omentum, Mesentery, Retroperitoneal Space – Peritonitis, Abscess,
Neoplasm, Mesenteric cyst, Torsion of mesentery, Vascular thrombosis,
Retroperitoneal cyst and Fibrosis.

vi. Abdominal mass – Diagnosis and Management.

vii. Small intestine – Congenital anomalies, Inflammation, Ulcer, Neoplasm, Stenosis, Injuries, Foreign bodies, Diverticuli, Peutz-jeghers syndrome, Chron’s disease, Carcinoid tumours, Enteric perforation and Intestinal fistula.

viii. Large intestine – Congenital anomalies, Inflammation, Ulcer, Neoplasm, Stenosis, Injuries, Foreign bodies, Diverticuli, Faecal fistula, Amoebiasis and Familial polyposis coli.

ix.Caecum and Vermiform appendix- Appendicitis, Appendicular abscess, Appendicular mass, Perforation, Carcinoid Tumor and other Neoplasm.

x. Gastrointestinal bleeding – Haemetemesis, Malaena, Haemobilia, Bleeding per anum – Causes, Diagnosis and Management.

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xi. Rectum and anal canal – Diagnosis and Surgical management of Congenital Anomalies, Inflammation, Ulcer, Neoplasm, Stenosis, Prolapse, Haemorroids, Fistula-in-ano, Fissure-in-ano, Anorectal Abscess, Incontinence, Injuries, Foreign bodies and Pilonidal sinus.

7. Umbilicus and abdominal wall – Congenital anomalies, Umbilical infections, Sinus, Neoplasm and Desmoid tumor.

8. DiagnosisandsurgicalmeasuresofdiseasesofHepatobiliarysystem-

i. Liver – Abscess, Cyst – Hydatid cyst, Primary and Secondary malignant tumours,
Portal Hypertension and Budd-Chiari Syndrome.

ii. Gall bladder and Bile duct – Congenital anomalies, Acute and Chronic
Cholecystitis, Cholelithiasis, Neoplasm, Cholangitis, Stenosis, Choledocholith iasis,
Choledochal cyst and Cholangiocarcinoma.

iii. Spleen – Splenomegaly and Splenic Injury.

9. Diagnosis and surgical management of Hernias – Inguinal, Femoral, Umbilical, Incisional, Abdominal wall and other hernias.

10. Endoscopic procedures – Oesophagogastroduodenoscopy, Sigmoidoscopy and Colonoscopy.

11. Principles of laproscopic surgery – Diagnostic and therapeutic laparoscopy.


The Scholar has to choose the any one of the Specialities amongst the following based on research area

PAPER – IV – Speciality No – 01 Anushastra Vigyan – Parasurgical Therapeutics 100 Marks 100 Hours

1. Kshara Karma and Prayoga – Caustic therapy

i. Introduction of different types of Kshara, Method of preparation, Standardization, pH value, Application, Complications and its management.

ii. Surgical Anatomy and Physiology of Anus and Rectum.

iii. Arshas – Nidana, Purvaroopa, Roopa, Samprapti, Prakara and Chikitsa.

iv. Haemorrhoids – Aetio-pathogenesis, types and its surgical management. Knowledge
of different methods of treating Haemorrhoids – Rubber band ligation, D.G.H.A.L, Radiofrequency, Ablation, Cryo-surgery, Cautery, Laser, Infrared coagulation and other advanced techniques.

v. Bhagandara – Nidana, Purvaroopa, Roopa, Samprapti, Prakara, Chikitsa and application of Kshara Sutra.

vi. Fistula-in-ano – Definition, Aetio-Pathogenesis, Types, Diagnostic methods and its Surgical and parasurgical management including knowledge of Fibrin Glue, Advanced Flap Therapies and other recent techniques.

vii. Parikartika – Nidana, Samprapti and its Chikitsa.

viii. Fissure-in-ano – Aetio-pathogenesis, types and its management.

ix. Sannirudhaguda and its Chikitsa.

x. Anal Stenosis – Aetio-pathogenesis and its management.

xi. Gudavidradhi – Nidana, Purvaroopa, Roopa, Samprapti, Prakara and its Chikitsa.

xii. Anorectal abscesses– Aetio- pathogenesis, types, complications and its

xiii. Foreign body in rectum and anal canal – Method of diagnosis and its management.

xiv. Congenital Anorectal disorders and its management.

xv. Anorectal tumour – Types and its management.

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2. Agnikarma – Thermo therapy

i. Introduction, definition and importance of Agnikarma.

ii. Agnikarma – Poorva, Pradhana and Paschat karma, various substances and Shalakas
used for Agnikarma and their indications, contra-indications and complications.

iii. Knowledge of modern thermal equipment – Diathermy, Laser therapy, Microwave,
Ultracission technique, Cryo Technique and its uses.

iv. Effect of Agnikarma on skin, muscle tissue, nerves, metabolism, blood circulation and
infective lesions.

3. Raktamokshana – Bloodletting Procedures

i. Indications, contraindications and importance of Raktamokshana.

ii. Justification of usage of different types of Raktamokshana in various therapeutic

iii. Different types of Raktamokshana – Sastrakritha – Siravyadhana, Prachana and
Asastrakritha – Shringa, Jaluka, Alabu and Ghati.

iv. Jalauka – Nirukti, Paryaya, Bhedha, Sangrahana, Samrakshana, Jalaukavacharana
Vidhi – Poorva, Pradhana and Paschat karma.

v. Knowledge of Leeches – Morphology, Anatomy, Physiology, Bio-chemical effects of its

various constituents present in its saliva.


100 marks 100 Hours

1. Asthi Sharira – Etymology, Embryology, Applied Anatomy and Physiology of Asthi. Its Panchbhautik constitution, Poshan (Nutrition), Asthivaha Srotas, Upadhatu and Mala. Total Number and classification of Asthi. Concept of Dhatwagni in Ayurveda. Asthi Dhatu Kshaya and Vriddhi lakshana. Knowledge about Tarunasthi. Embryology, Ossification, Histology, Metabolism, Blood Supply, Types and Biomechanics of Bone and cartilage.

2. Healing mechanism of bone and factors influencing the bone healing according to Ayurvedic and Modern concept. Biological and Biophysical technologies for the Enhancement of Fracture Repair. Knowledge of Sandhaniya and Ropaniya drugs.

3. Sandhi Sharira – Classification, Applied Anatomy and Physiology of Asthi Sandhi.

Classification, Applied Anatomy and Physiology of Joints and Healing Mechanism of a joint.

4. KnowledgeofSplints,Orthotics&Prosthetics.
5. Knowledge of Orthopedic implants (e.g. wires, screws, plates, nails) and

Instruments. Knowledge of equipments (e.g. C-arm image intensifier and drill

machines etc).

6. ConceptofPainaccordingtoAyurvedandModernMedicalscience.

7. Principles of Reconstruction, Transplantation, Bone grafting, Bone Banking, Bone
transportation and Amputation.

8. Vata Vikara – Asthi, Sandhi and Marma related Vata Vikara like Gridhrasi, Bisvachi,
Avabahuka, Manyastambha, Khalvi, Dhatugata vata, Snayugata vata, Katishoola,

9. Diseases pertaining to Muscles, Tendons, Ligaments, Fascia and Bursae.

10.Diseases and Congenital anomalies of Spine e.g. Ankylosing spondylitis, Infective

conditions,Tuberculosis, Spondylolisthesis, Inter-vertebral Disc Prolapse,

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Spondylosis, Scoliosis, Kyphosis, spina bifida, Hemivertebra, Block vertebra,

Sacralisation and Lumbraisation.

11. Diseases and Congenital anomalies of Cervical Spine

12. Diseases and Congenital anomalies Sacroiliac Joint and Bony Pelvis.

13. Diseases and Congenital anomalies of Hand.

14. Diseases and Congenital anomalies of Foot.

15. Diseases and Congenital anomalies of Limbs.

16. Orthopedic Neurological Disorders. Post Polio Paralysis & Cerebral Palsy.

17. Snehana, Swedana and Panchakarma in Marma, Asthi and Sandhi Vyadhi.

18. Yogic Practices in Orthopedics.

19. Principles of Arthroplasty- Joint Replacement.

20. Introduction of Peripheral Vascular Diseases.

21. Bhagna – Etiology, classification and General Management principles and Prognosis. 22. Modern concept of Bone and Joint injuries – Etiology, Epidemiology, Classification and

General management principles.

23.Individual Bone and Joint injuries – Etiology, Epidemiology, Classification and management principles.

24.External immobilization techniques – Classical and traditional Kusha -splints, Plaster of Paris Technique, Knowledge of different splints and Plasters.

25.Pathological Fractures including Fragility fractures, Stress Fractures and Peri- prosthetic Fractures.

26.Fractures in Children – Etiology, Epidemiology, Diagnosis, management and complications.

27.Prognosis of skeletal injuries, Complications of Fractures and Joint Injuries e.g. Myositis ossificans, Volkman’s ischemic contracture, Compartment syndrome, Crush Syndrome, DVT, Thromboembolism, Fat Embolism.

28.Rehabilitation of trauma patient and Principles of Sukhchestaprachara – Physiotherapy and its use in skeletal injuries.

29.Treatment Principles of Asahanta Bhagna – Non-unions, Vishmolvana Sahanta – Malunions and Ignored or un-reduced dislocations.

30. Diagnosis and management principles of injuries of Vessels, Nerves, Tendons and Ligaments.

31. Head, Chest and Abdominal Injuries and management principles.

32. Pelvis and Spine injuries and their management principles.

33.Sports medicine and sports injures – Sports medicine and sports related Shoulder

injuries, Elbow injuries, Knee injuries, Ankle Injuries, Recurrent Dislocations and

other sports related injuries.
34.Knowledge of Conventional and advanced procedures being done for Different Bone

and Joint Injuries e.g. Open Reduction and Internal Fixation, Closed Reduction and

Internal Fixation, External fixators and other operative techniques.
35. Knowledge of Plastic Surgery in orthopedics and Bone grafting techniques. 36.Knowledge of various surgical procedures being done for Different Bone and Joint

37. Hand Surgery for Diseases, Deformities and Injuries.
38. Foot Surgery for Diseases, Deformities and Injuries.
39.Amputations and Arthrodesis – General Principles of Amputations /Arthrodesis and

regional Amputations.
40. Knowledge of Diagnostic and Theraputic Arthroscopy.

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1. Knowledge of disorders like Unmada, Apasmara, Mada, Murrcha, Sanyasa and Stabdhata etc.

2. Madataya, Stages of Madataya and its management.

3. Pharmacology of Medhya, Vednasthapak, Madkari, Sangyasthapak, Nidrajanan,
Akshepjanan and shamana , Svedjanan, Hridyae, Hridyotejak, Raktbharshamak, Shoolprashaman, Vaman and hrillashar (Antiemetic) dravya as mentioned in Ayurvedic samhita and their application in Sangyaharan.

4. Aroma therapy as complementary and alternative therapy in pain management and Palliative care.

5. SangyaharanBheshajaVigyan(PharmacologyrelatedtoAnesthesia) Pharmacology of:

  Drugs acting on Autonomic nervous system:
a .Cholinergic system and drugs- Agonist and antagonist
b .Adrenergic system and drugs- Agonist and antagonist

  Autocoids and related drugs:
a. Histamine and Antihistaminic
b. 5HT and antagonist
d. Prostaglandins and leukotrienes

  Drugs acting on Respiratory system

  Drugs acting on Somatic nervous system
a. Skeletal muscle relaxants – Depolarizer and Non-Depolarizer.
b. Local anesthetics

  Drugs acting on central nervous system
a. General Anesthetics- Fixed and Volatile anesthetic agents. b. Sedative and hypnotics
c. Anti epileptics
d. Anti psychotic and anti-maniacs
e. Opioids Analgesics and antagonists

  Drugs acting on cardiovascular system
a. Cardiac glycosides
b. Anti arrhythmic drugs
c. Anti anginal and other anti ischemic drugs d. Anti hypertensive drugs

  Drugs acting on Kidneys a. Diuretics
b. Anti diuretics

  Coagulants and anti coagulants

6. Airway management- Intubation, failed intubation drill, LMA, Bag and mask ventilation.

7. Anesthesia For: General surgery, Obstetric and Gynecology, E.N.T. and Ophthalmic, Orthopedic, Dental, Pediatric, Urology, Plastic and Outpatient / Day care surgery.

8. Anesthesia for patients with: Diabetes mellitus, Thyroid diseases, inherited metabolic diseases, Obesity, Respiratory diseases, Cardiac diseases, Renal diseases, Geriatric problems and neuromuscular diseases.

9. Regional anesthesia:

  Sub-arachnoid and epidural anesthesia, analgesia

  Plexus and nerve blocks for upper and lower limb

  Regional anesthesia for thorax and abdomen

  Surface anesthesia, infiltration and field blocks

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10.Complications of Regional and general anesthesia, morbidity, mortality and medico- legal aspects.

11. Anesthesia for Endoscopic, laparoscopic Surgery and Laser Surgery 12.

a. Monitoringinanesthesia:

  Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Renal function, Neurologic and neuromuscular

  Peri- operative Thermo- regulation and monitoring

  Peri- operative awareness and monitoring depth of anesthesia with BIS.

  Peri- operative acid-base balance

  Pt’s positioning in anesthesia, its hazards and management

  Peri- operative Fluid management and Blood transfusion.

  Risks and hazards of anesthesia

b. Anesthesia equipments –

  Medical gas systems

  Breathing systems

  Ventilators

  Anesthesia machine

c. Post operative management-

  Post anesthesia care

  Post operative nausea and vomiting

  Post operative Intra-Venous fluid therapy

  Acute post operative pain

d. Miscellaneous-


  Parentral nutrition.

  Environmental factor and electrical safety

e. ManagementofAcute/ChronicPain-

  Assessment of pain

  Peri-operative pain

  Chronic pain syndrome-detection and prevention

  WHO regime for Cancer pain

  TENS, Behavioral therapy

f. Anesthesia in remote locations

g. Clinical care in extreme environments (At high and low pressure and space).

h. Relevance of Sammohana (Hypnosis), Acupressure and Acupuncture in

i. Recent advances in research in Sangyahrana, Pain Management and Palliative
Care. Scope and Application of principles of Ayurveda in Sangyahrana Research.


1. Anatomical and physiological knowledge of kidney, ureter, urinary bladder, prostate, seminal vesicles, urethra and penis.

2. Investigations of Mutravaha Srotas – Urinary tract.

3. Aetiopathogenesis, Classification, Clinical features, Diagnosis, Complications and
management of Ashmari – Urinary stone diseases.

4. Kidney and ureter – Clinical presentation, Investigations and Management of
Congenital anomalies, Trauma, Infection, Neoplasm, Hydronephrosis, Hydroureter
and Haematuria.

5. Urinary bladder – Clinical presentation, Investigations and Management of
Congenital anomalies, Trauma, Infection, Neoplasm, Diverticulum, Vesico-vaginal

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fistula, Atony, Schistosomiasis, Urinary diversions, Retention of urine – Mutraghata

and Mutrakruccha.

6. Urethra – Clinical presentation, Investigations and Management of Congenital
anomalies – Hypospadias, Epispadias, Posterior urethral valve, Trauma, Infection,
and Neoplasm.

7. Prostate and seminal vesicles – Benign and malignant enlargement of prostate,
Prostatitis, Prostatic abscess and Calculi.

8. Penis – Clinical presentation, Investigations and Management ofCongenital
anomalies, Trauma, Infection, Phimosis, Paraphimosis, Peyronie’s disease and

9. Testis and scrotum-Clinical presentation, Investigations and Management
of Congenital anomalies, Ectopic testis, Trauma, Infection, Neoplasm, Testicular torsion, Hydrocele, Varicocele, Spematocele, Chylocele, Pyocele, Haematocele, Epididymal cyst and Fournier’s gangrene.

10. Renal failure – Causes, Diagnosis, Investigations and Management.


1. Identification, uses, demonstration of surgical instruments and methods of sterilization.

2. Trainingofcasetaking,bedsideclinicalsandcasepresentation.

3. TrainingofSurgeryrelatedDiagnosticimagingtechniques.

4. TrainingofSurgeryrelatedPre-operative,OperativeandPost-operativeprocedures.

5. DemonstrationandPracticaltraininginAnaesthesia.

6. P.G. Scholars shall develop the skills by observing, assisting and performing
independently all surgical and parasurgical procedures.

7. P.G. Scholars shall develop the skills by observing, assisting and performing
independently concerned specialities like Anushastra Vigyan – Parasurgical therapeutics, Asthi Sandhi Evam Marma Vigyan – Orthopaedics, Sangyaharan Vigyan – Anaesthesiology, Mutra Roga – Urology etc.

8. TrainingofSurgicalEmergenciesandTraumaManagement.



  Case Presentation

  Seminar

  Classroom Lectures

  Morbidity / Mortality

  Surgical Audit

  Journal Club

  Emergency Drills / Protocols

  Interesting Cases

  Assessment of Scholar

Once a Week Once a Week Thrice a Week Once a Week Once a month Once a month Once a Week Once a Month

Once a Month

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Minimum Academic Requirements For PG Scholars

Case Presentation Seminar
Journal club

Ten per year

Five per year One per year

Distribution of marks (practical):

1. Dissertation Presentation and Teaching demonstration 2. Bedside clinical case taking-

Long case

Short case
3. Identification of instruments, images etc

4. Demonstration of Surgical and Parasurgical Procedures 5. Viva voce

– 20 marks

– 20 marks – 10 marks – 10 marks – 10 marks – 30 marks


1. Sushruta Samhita

2. Ashtanga Sangraha

3. Ashtanga Hridaya

4. Charaka Samhita

5. TheSurgicalinstrumentsoftheHindus

6. Shalya Tantra Samuchchaya

7. Shalya Vigyan (Part 1-2)

8. Shalya Samanvaya (Part 1-2)

9. Shalya Pradeepika

10. Soushruti

11. Clinical Shalya Vigyan

12. Bhagna Chikitsa

-GirindranathMukhopadhyaya – Pandit Ramadesh Sharma
– Dr. Surendra Kumar Sharma – Vd. Anantaram Sharma

– Dr. Mukund Swaroop Verma – Dr. Ram Nath Dwivedi
– Dr. Akhilanand Sharma
– Dr. Prabhakar Janardhan


13. Kshara sutra management in anorectal ailments – Dr. S.K. Sharma, Dr. K.R. Sharma
and Dr. Kulwant Singh.

14. A manual on Fistula-in-ano and Ksharasutra Therapy – Dr. Manoranjan Sahu

15. Recent trends in the management of Arshas / Haemorrhoids
– Dr. P. Hemantha Kumar

16. Anorectal diseases in Ayurveda

17. Adhunika Shalya Chikitsa Siddanta

18. Agnikarma Technology Innovation

19. Shalya Tantra Ke Siddhant

20. Arsha Evum Bhagander Mein sutra Avacharan

21. Recent advances in Kshara Sutra

22. Leech application in Ayurveda

23. Kshara Sutra

24. Text book of Shalya Tantra (Ayurvedic Surgery)

25. Shalya Shalakya Tantra

26. Surgical ethics of Ayurveda

27. Anushastra Karma

28. Concept of Vrana is Ayurveda

29. Significance for Poorva Karma in Surgical Patient – Dr. Lakshman Singh

30. Sangyaharan Prakash – Dr. D.N. Pande

31. Marma Science and Principles of Marma Therapy – Dr. Sunil Kumar Joshi

32. Recent trends in the management of Bhagandara / Fistula-in-ano
– Dr. P. Hemantha Kumar

33. Principles and Practice of Agnikarma – Dr. Anand Kumar and

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– Dr. Sizoria and Dr. Praveen Kumar Chowdary.

– Dr. Katil Narshingham Udupa – Dr. P.D. Gupta
– Dr. K.K.Takral
– Vd. Kanak Prasad Vyas

– Dr. M. Bhaskar Rao
– Dr. M. Bhaskar Rao
– Dr. S.N.Pathak
– Dr. P. Hemantha Kumar – Vd. S.G. Joshi

– Dr. D.N. Pande
– Dr. D.N. Pande
– Dr. Lakshman Singh

34. Shalya Vigyan (Sachitra)
35. Text book of Surgery
36. Operative Surgery
37. Bailey and Love’s Short Practice of Surgery

38. Text books of Operative Surgery 39. Principles of Surgery
40. Emergency Surgery
41. Manipal Manual of Surgery

42. SRB’s Manual of Surgery
43. Surgery of the Anus, Rectum and Colon 44. Surgical pathology
45. Clinical methods in surgery
46. Textbook of Operative Surgery
47. A concise Text Book of Surgery
48. A manual on Clinical Surgery
49. A System of Surgical Diagnosis
50. Clinical Anatomy/ Surgical Anatomy
51. A Practical Guide to Operative Surgery 52. Manual of Surgical Instruments
53. Ward Procedures
54. Drugs and Equipment for Anaesthesia 55. Primary Anaesthesia
56. Synopsis of Anaesthesia
57. Miller’s Anesthesia
58. Synopsis of Anesthesia
59. Practice of Anesthesia and Resuscitation 60. Essentials of Anesthesiology
61. Clinical Anesthesia
62. Textbook of Anesthesia
63. Practice of Anesthesia
64. Anesthesia and co-existing disease
65. Outline of Orthopedics

66. Fractures and Joint Injuries
67. Outline of Fracture
68. Practical Fracture Treatment
69. Clinical Orthopedic Examination
70. Apleys System of Orthopedics
71. Orthopedics – Principles & their Application 72. Text book of Orthopedics and Trauma Vol. I-IV 73. Campbell’s Operative Orthopedics

74. Urology
75. Urology Instrumentation:A comprehensive guide – Sabnis Ravindra B

76. Text book of Operative Urology
77. Oxford Hand book of Urology
78. Smith and Tanagho’s General Urology
79. Urological Emergencies in Clinical Practice

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Dr. Kanchan Shekokar. – Anantram Sharma

– Sabistan
– Rob and smith
– Norman.S. Williams, Charles.V.

Mann and R.C.G. Russell – Farquharson’s
– Schwartz
– Hamilton Bailey’s
– Dr. Rajgopal Shenoy
– Sriram Bhat M
– John Goligher
– Willing Worth
– S. Das
– S. Das
– S. Das
– S. Das
– T.N. Patel
– John E.Skandalakis
– S. Das
– M.M. Kapur
– Patel Mansukh. B
– Arun kumar
– Maurice King
– Lee

– Ronald D Miller
– Alfred Lee
– Dr.P.K. Gupta et al.

– Prof. A.K. Paul
– Prof. A.K. Paul
– Aitkenhead
– Churchill Davidson

– Stoelting’s
– John Crawford Adams and

David Hamblen. L – Watson-Jones

– John Crawford Adams – R.McRae

– R.McRae
– Apley Louis Solomon

– Vol. I-II – Samuel L. Turek – G.S. Kulkarni

– F.F.Marshall, J.W.McAninch
– John Reynard, Simon Brewster

– Jack W. McAninch, Tom F.Lue – Hashim, John Reynard

– Vol. I-IV
– Campbell-Walsh

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