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    Dr Subash Gupta is a graduate from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences and completed his further training in general and gastrointestinal surgery. Keen to develop transplantation in India, he spent two years in the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham with Professor Paul McMaster learning various aspects of kidney, liver and pancreatic transplantation. His next appointment was in the St. James' University Hospital as Senior Visiting Fellow. At that time, St. James's was evolving into a huge multi-transplant centre doing about 140 kidney transplants and over 120 liver transplants in a year. He was engaged in the development of liver transplantation in Sir Ganga Ram Hospital.

Questions Answered by me

It seems that you are suffering from GERD (Gastro-oesophageal reflux disorder). Surgery may be necessary if either symptoms are not controlled...

Answered on : 06 Aug 2005

No you cannot donate. Unrelated donation is illegal.

Answered on : 15 Jul 2005

1. The medical report says that there was tumour in the oesophagus which has been removed. The nodes positivity means that the disease is advanced...

Answered on : 08 Jul 2005

Your symptoms are suggestive of a Gall Bladder disease. The episode of shooting pain that you had could be due to gall bladder stones.
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Answered on : 05 Feb 2005

Occasionally this does happen after surgery for perforated appendix. Incisional hernias develop because the muscle has not come together during...

Answered on : 24 Nov 2004

There are generally no dietary restrictions except hygiene of food should be maintained. Avoid cold food and sea food. Raw salads are to be...

Answered on : 09 Sep 2004

Stents relieve jaundice but do nothing to treat the disease. Treatment for tumours require either surgical excision or in case of some other...

Answered on : 01 Sep 2004

You have chronic pancreatitis with pain as the predominant symptom. This can be treated in a number of ways. One method is the use of pancreatic...

Answered on : 12 Jul 2004

Yes, the pain could be related to your diverticulosis. However it is a bit unusual that it is on the right side. More often it is on the left side...

Answered on : 26 May 2004

Your diarrhoea can be because of both conditions. Right hemicolectomy
generally does not produce diarrhoea. However, it is more likely that...

Answered on : 13 Jan 2004
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