• Brief Profile


    Dr. Ashok Khurana is currently the Secretary of Society of Fetal Medicine. He has done his MBBS and MD in Radiodiagnosis from All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi.. He is trained in Ultrasound at The Herlev Hospital, Denmark. He was Professor in School of Health Sciences, Dubrovnik International University in Croatia. He is Chairman and Consultant in Reproductive Ultrasound at The Ultrasound Lab, New Delhi. He has been practicing ultrasound in New Delhi since 1980. Dr. Ashok Khurana published original work in ultrasound detection of endometrial cancer in international journals and published Doppler norms for Indian patients in leading Indian journals. He has authored two textbooks: “3D and 4D Ultrasound, A Text and Atlas” and “Step by Step Breast Ultrasound”.

Questions Answered by me

There have been some political announcements on the subject in the print media and I need to tread very carefully.

Cell phone users are...

Answered on : 03 Feb 2011

The description of this breast lump suggests a non-cancerous problem. Serial evaluation with a breast ultrasound after three months and yearly...

Answered on : 24 Jan 2011

Radiation exposure is measured over a time period and not by a single investigation only. Radiation risks happen when the total amount of...

Answered on : 18 Mar 2009

Persistent distension of the fetal stomach without any other finding on the ultrasound such as increased fluid in the water bag or distension of...

Answered on : 20 Feb 2009

The fetal liver and spleen are assessed subjectively in the ultrasound scan. Measurements are possible and these can be done in terms of organ...

Answered on : 07 Jan 2009

Folic acid is recommended in all pregnancies and is safe.
Duphaston is a progesterone which supports pregnancy. Pregnyl is a hormone that...

Answered on : 13 Oct 2008

Very often pregnancies start later than average which is Day 14 of the menstrual cycle. Additionally, all phenomena in early human pregnancy have...

Answered on : 13 Oct 2008

Amikacin is known to be toxic to the nerves of the ear. The drug may have had an impact on the developing system. The effects occur rarely and...

Answered on : 16 Aug 2008

Abnormal uterine artery flow predisposes to certain complications in later pregnancy. These include high blood pressure, low birth weight babies...

Answered on : 14 Jul 2008

The fibroids are innocuous and not likely to require any treatment except an annual check-up. The cyst in the ovary should be reassessed soon...

Answered on : 30 Apr 2008
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