Amrita University is one of India’s foremost teaching and research universities. With campuses in at least five locations in India including the cities of Coimbatore, Amritapuri, Kochi, Bengaluru, and Mysore, Amrita University is growing to meet the ever increasing demands for higher education in the nation of India. Founder and chancellor, Mata Amritanandamayi Devi Amma is a world renowned humanitarian leader and continues to guide the school with a brilliant mind and a compassionate heart.
From its humble beginnings in the little known village of Ettimadai Amrita University has become a world leader in education. Beginning in 1994 with only one hundred and twenty students and thirteen faculty members, today Amrita has a student population of fifteen thousand with fifteen hundred qualified faculty members including two hundred thirty with Ph.D. or D.M. qualifications.
Amrita University received an A grade from the National Assessment and Accreditation Council. Amrita is ranked as one of India’s top tier universities and leading institutions of higher education through peer review. This evaluation includes all campuses and programs. Amrita University continues to impress and draws the very finest professors, guest speakers and students from India and around the world. The government of India, under Section Three of UGC Act 1956, conferred the status of University upon Amrita in 2003.
Amrita began simply as a school of Engineering. Today, prospective students will find one hundred fifty undergraduate, graduate as well as post graduate programs. Individuals who wish to pursue a career in engineering, pharmacy, journalism, dentistry, nursing, medicine, informational technology, or biotechnology are able to obtain the necessary degree at Amrita University. Degrees are available in arts and sciences, education, hospital management, communication, microbiology, and many other areas.
Research is an important focus at Amrita University. At Amrita you will find centers of research in molecular medicine, nanosciences, biotechnology, computational engineering, cyber security, and environmental studies which are operating with the vigorous support of many governmental agencies. The fine, cutting edge research is attracting grant monies from private as well as governmental groups. Faculty members from Amrita University have now published well over a thousand scholarly articles in prestigious scientific and research journals from around the world. There have now been published over one hundred fifty books from professors at Amrita. The universities high level research centers have now produced fourteen exceptional patents in diverse areas of application.
Amrita Viswa Vidyapeetham offers one of the finest medical schools in the world. Along with the medical school you will find a hospital with fourteen hundred beds providing specialty care. This hospital is a part of the Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences. This hospital provides free as well as subsidized state of the art treatment. This cutting edge hospital includes sixty departments, two hundred and ten beds with the latest in equipment technology, twenty two world class operating venues, and a state-of-the-art diagnostic laboratory with advanced cryogenic, molecular and biology labs.
Amrita University stands as a world leader in the world of higher education helping to create a better today and a better tomorrow for the citizens of India and the world.
I suggest Amrita College of Medicine or the official Amrita College. Check Annamalai University.
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Image by Internet Archive Book Images Identifier: surgeryitsprinci04keen Title: Surgery, its principles and practice Year: 1906 (1900s) Authors: Keen, William W. (William Williams), b. 1837 Da Costa, J. Chalmers (John Chalmers), 1863-1933, joint ed Subjects: Surgery General Surgery Publisher: Philadelphia and London : W. B. Saunders Contributing Library: Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine Digitizing Sponsor: Open Knowledge Commons and Harvard Medical School View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: ion is probably on the side on which thenerve-head change is more marked in the proportion of 71 to 29. Al-though unilateral choked disc, or, more accurately, excess of papilledemaon one side, occurs in tumors of the cerebellum, it is a much less commonsymptom than in the cerebral cases. (Compare with page 943.) Retinal Changes.—A very interesting appearance is the so-calledmacular figure, in other words, a lesion simulating that seen in albumi-nuric retinitis. It is said to be more frequent in cerebellar growths, buthas been observed a number of times with tumors having other situations.The most perfect figure of this kind noted by me occurred with asubcortical tumor in the parieto-occipital region. In thirty cases of tumor reported by Leslie Baton these macularchanges were noted five times—one frontal case, one parietal case, twocerebellar cases, and one extracerebellar case. Kampherstein found eighttimes in his two hundred cases of choked disc (one hundred and thirty- PLATE IX. Text Appearing After Image: PosT-PAPiLLiTic Atrophy and Widespread Perivasculitis, from a PatientWITH Tumor of the Cerebellum, in the Service of Drs. Mills and FrazibrAT the University Hospital, Philadelphia. THE EYEGROUND IN DIAGNOSING INTRACRANIAL LESIONS. 941 four of these were brain tumor cases) involvement of the macula, but onlyonce a typical star figure, such as is seen in retinitis albuminurica. There-fore, the macular involvement is not always a star figure, due probably toedematous infiltration, and is not necessarily associated with great de-preciation of vision, but may be, as in Kamphersteins seven other cases,composed of smaller and larger hemorrhages or irregular white plaques ofexudation. Bruns believes that these yellowish-white and fatty de-generated spots intermixed with hemorrhages are of serious import. Other retinal changes have already been referred to, particularly areasof atrophy, marking the position of former hemorrhages, sclerotic patchesin the retinal vessels, perivasculitis, pigment Note About Images Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.
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