Department of anatomy, clinical anatomy (OSTA)

Department of anatomy, clinical anatomy (OSTA)

Baymuradov Ravshan Radjabovich

Head of the Department

Staff of the department

Radjabov Axtam Boltaevich
Associate Professor
Bobomurodov Nabi Latipovich
Associate Professor
Hojiev Dilmurod Yaxshievich
Associate Professor
Tuxsanova Nasiba Esanovna
Associate Professor
Xasanova Dilnoza Axrorovna
Associate Professor
Temirova Nazokat Rustamovna
Assistant
Kamalova Shaxnoza Muzaffarovna
Assistant
Kamolov Xushnud Yoqubovich
Assistant
Hamroev Xudoyshukur Nutfulloevich
Assistant
Opolovnikova Kristina Sergeevna
Assistant
Hamidova Nigora Karimboevna
Assistant
Asadova Nigora Hamroevna
Assistant
Saidova Sadoqat Yo`ldoshevna
Assistant
Ismatova Moxinur Izatilloevna
Assistant
To`rayev Fazliddin Sadriddinovich
Assistant

History of the department

The department “Human Anatomy” was created on October 1, 1990 by the order of the rector, professor A.I. Muminov. The Department of Surgery and Topographic Anatomy began its work on September 2, 1991. In April 2005, the department “Human Anatomy” and “Operative Surgery and Topographic Anatomy” were merged. Since 2017, the department has been renamed into “Anatomy and Clinical Anatomy (OSTA)”.

In the past, the Department of Human Anatomy was headed by associate professor K.R. Ochilov (1990-1996), professor B.A. Khidoyatov (1996-2012), associate professor A.B. Radjabov (2012-2014), professor Sh.J. Teshaev (2014-2016), associate professor A.B. Radjabov (2016-2020), PhD D.A. Khasanova (2021). Since September, 2021 R.R. Baymuradov – head of the department.

During the activity of the department, the following employees worked actively and effectively: M.F. Mamatnazarova, I.S. Ismoilova, L.N. Nurullaeva, G.E. Idiev, G.M. Akhmedova, N.K. Ruziev, U.K. Turdieva, M. Ch. Kholov, R.V. Radjabova, M.Ch. Boykulov, A.A. Pulatov, Z.A. Turaeva, N.N. Bazarov, N.K. Norova, G.S. Yadgarova.

The Department of Anatomy and Clinical Anatomy (OCTA) was headed by professor Ch.K. Kurbanov (1991-1994), senior lecturer U.R. Turaev (1994-1995), associate professor T.K. Karimov (1995-1996), associate professor M.B. Buriev (1996 – 1998), associate professor Mamatnazarova M.F. (1998-2000), associate professor Sh.J. Teshaev (2000-2005).

During the activity of the department, the following employees worked actively and effectively: M.F. Mamatnazarova, I.S. Ismoilova, L.N. Nurullaeva, G.E. Idiev, G.M. Akhmedova, N.K. Ruziev, U.K. Turdieva, M. Ch. Kholov, R.B. Radjabova, M.Ch. Boykulov, A.A. Pulatov, Z.A. Turaeva, N.N. Bazarov, N.K. Norova, G.S. Yadgarova.

Bukhara State Medical Institute was established in October 1990, from the first day of work of morphological departments were focused on the process of educational practice and deepening the work of scientific work. Naturally, first of all, the department of morphological sciences was created, in which highly qualified specialists from medical institutes of the republic were involved. To complete the educational process in these departments, morgues were organized, sets of microscopes and micropreparations were brought, the rooms were equipped with the necessary equipment and visual aids. They, in turn, were updated over the years: each class had a skeleton, a set of bones, tablets, electronic stands, models and tables. At the same time, an anatomical museum was created at the department, which was replenished with new equipment over the years. The department pays special attention to the independent work of students, prepares macro and micropreparations, as well as models of individual organs, which are regularly used in lectures and practical classes.

Komil Raximovich Ochilov (1990-1996 )
Baxtiyor Abdugapparovich Xidoyatov (1996-2012)
Axtam Boltayevich Radjabov (2012-2014 and 2016-2020)
Shuxrat Jumayevich Teshayev (2014-2016 )
Xasanova Dilnoza Axrorovna (2021)

Spiritual and educational work

During the academic year, the department conducts spiritual and educational work aimed at the formation and development of an independent worldview based on the synthesis of the great historical heritage of our ancestors and modern thinking; education of true patriots of their homeland; the formation of highly qualified specialists who value such qualities as humanism, kindness, purity and honesty, loving and respectful parents, the older generation.

The priority direction of all activities of the institute, including our department, is the implementation of the five important initiatives put forward by the head of our state to organize social, spiritual and educational work according to the new system.

Educational and methodological works

The department conducts lectures and practical classes in anatomy for first and second year students, in clinical anatomy (OXTA) for second and third year students at the following faculties: medical, dental, medical and pedagogical, biomedical, preventive medicine, folk medicine …

During the academic year, first-year students study osteology, arthrosindesmology, myology, splanchnology, angiology, and second-year students study neurology. Second and third year students in the subject of clinical anatomy study the topographic anatomy of all organs of the human body and surgical interventions in these organs.

In addition, these subjects are taught in joint educational programs, opened in cooperation with other higher educational institutions, as well as in General medicine, MBBS for foreign students.

The educational process at the department is conducted in Uzbek, Russian and English. The department uses more than 10 interactive teaching methods. In the educational process at the department, various visual aids, wet and dry anatomical preparations, models, tablets are used. A bank of multimedia presentations on all topics of lectures and practical classes in both disciplines was prepared and submitted to the Information Resource Center of the Institute.

Scientific research works

In total, the department employs 23 employees. Of these, 2 professors, 6 associate professors, 14 assistants. All our teachers carry out scientific research as part of their scientific work. Directions of research work of the department:

  1. Morphological changes in internal organs in traumatic brain injury
  2. Morphofunctional changes in internal organs under the influence of chronic alcoholism and their correction.
  3. Features of anthropometric indicators in children in the conditions of Bukhara region.

List of textbooks, monographs, tutorials published at the department over the past 3 years

Full name of authors

Title of scientific work

Publication year

 

Textbooks

 

1

Teshaev Sh.J., Kharibova E.A.

Human Anatomy I volume

2019

 

2

Tukhsanova N.E., Khasanova D.A., Opolovnikova K.S.

Topographic Anatomy and Operative Surgery of the Maxillofacial Region

2021

 

Tutorials

1

Teshaev Sh.J., Kharibova E.A.

Human Anatomy II volume

2020

 

2

Inoyatov A.Sh., Oblokulov A.R., Teshaev Sh.J., Mirzoeva M.H.

Coronavirus infection

2020

 

3

Khasanova D.A., Shadieva Sh.Sh.

Anatomy and physiology of endocrine system

2021

 

Monographs

1

Radjabov A.B.

Age features of the structure of the colon and its changes when exposed to synthetic pyrethroid

2020

 

2

Tukhsanova N.E.

Characteristics of the morphometric parameters of the small intestine in health and under the influence of harmful environmental factors

2020

 

3

Khasanova D.A.

Morphological features of the lymphoid structures of the small intestine in normal conditions and under the influence of a biostimulator against the background of chronic radiation sickness

2020

 

4

Karamatov I.Dj., Baymuradov R.S., Baymuradov R.R.

Zootherapy

2020

 

5

Kharibova E.A.

Plates as modern and highly informative visual teaching aids for the study of medical disciplines

2020

 

6

Bobomurodov N.L.

Age features of the structure of the rat stomach and its reactive changes when exposed to cataran and kinmix

2020

 

7

Khamidova N.K., Davlatov S.S.

Correction of hyperlipidemia in various clinical forms of chronic glomerulonephritis

2021

 

PhD dissertations

M.F. Mamatnazarova – “Structural features of the reaction of the spleen under the influence of pesticides and some ways of its correction” (1997-y).

Sh.J. Teshaev – “Macro – microscopic structure of the small intestine in early postnatal ontogenesis and its reactive changes under the action of cymbush” (1997-y).

G.M. Akhmedova – “Processes of degeneration and regeneration of peripheral nerves in the age aspect in conditions of ischemia and purulent wounds” (1998-y).

N.L. Bobomurodov – “Age features of the structure of the rat stomach and its reactive changes when exposed to kotoran and kinmix” (2004-y).

A.B. Radjabov – “Age anatomy and microscopic structure of the colon of rats in normal conditions and its changes under the influence of cymbush” (2005-y).

T.Ya. Musoev – “Comparative evaluation of the methods of sealing the sutures of the aorta” (2010-y).

N.K. Ruzieva – “Comparative characteristics of anthropometric indicators in children of the first and second periods of childhood with cerebral palsy” (2012-y).

G.S. Yadgarova – “Morphometric characteristics of the head and dentition in children who were artificially and naturally fed” (2018-y).

M.B. Norova – “Anthropometric parameters of the head and maxillofacial area of children with diabetes mellitus and their relationship with indicators of physical development” (2018-y).

N.E. Tukhsanova – “Comparative characteristics of the morphological parameters of the small intestine in normal conditions and under the influence of kotoran” (2019-y).

D.A. Khasanova – “Morphofunctional features of the lymphoid structures of the small intestine in normal conditions and under the influence of a biostimulator against the background of radiation sickness” (2019-y).

R.R. Baymuradov – “Morphofunctional features of the testes in normal conditions and when exposed to a biostimulator against the background of radiation sickness” (2021-y)

DSc dissertations

Sh.Zh. Teshaev – “Anthropometric indicators of men and their testes at different age periods and morphological changes in the testes under the influence of chemical factors” (2007-y).

K.R. Ochilov – “Comparative characteristics of the ultrastructural structure of liver hepatocytes and the rate of development of various chemical factors” (2020-y).