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    Dr Choudhary did his graduation(MBBS) and post graduation in Internal Medicine from Dr. SN Medical College, Jodhpur. After post graduation he did his residency in Haematology at CMC Vellore and at SGPIMS Lucknow. He completed his DM in Clinical haematology from All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi. He also did Bone Marrow Transplant fellowship training at Vancouver General Hospital in Leukemia/BMT program of British Columbia. Then was consultant Clinical Hematolgy at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital where he started Allogenic BMT for Thalassaemia Major and Aplastic anaemia. At present he is a Consultant Clinical Hematologist and Bone Marrow Transplant Physician at the B.L. Kapur Memorial Hospital, New Delhi. His areas of interest are: Bone Marrow Transplantation - his special area of interest lies in the field of Allogeneic Bone marrow transplantation specially for Thalassaemia Major and Aplastic Anemia. He also performs Allogenic and Autologous Stem Cell transplantation for Leukaemia, Lymphoma and Multiple Myeloma. Hematological Malignancies – Particularly Acute and Chronic leukaemia (Myeloid and Lymphoid), Myelodysplastic Syndromes and Myeloproliferative disorders. Benign Haematology – Anemias, Bleeding and Clotting disorders.

Questions Answered by me

If you are not a thalassaemia minor, then chances of having baby with thalassaemia is nil.

Answered on : 14 Sep 2010

The treatment of hairy cell leukemia is with Cldarbine . Single drug cladribine cure ~80-90% of patients. Those patient who relapse after...

Answered on : 21 Aug 2010

Causes for false negative Rh D typing are immunoglobulins coated in vivo, weak D antigen, variant antigen and reagent deterioration. False...

Answered on : 08 Aug 2010

A person, who is going to marry thalassemia minor, should check his/her thalassemia status before marriage to avoid the birth of thalassemia major...

Answered on : 13 Jun 2010

Human blood group systems are mainly of two types: 1. ABO and Rh. The Rhesus system is more complicated as there are a variety of alphabetically...

Answered on : 09 Jun 2010

Myelodysplastic syndrome can progress to Acute Leukemia. Your father had good response with Thalidomide and now relapsed and not responding to...

Answered on : 31 Mar 2010

Your mother is suffering from Relapsed chronic ITP as per history given. The treatment options are:

  1. - High dose steroids - will need...
Answered on : 26 Feb 2010

High eosinophil counts are due to number of causes. All these causes lead to an increase in eosinophil counts as secondary effect; common causes...

Answered on : 19 Jan 2010

There is no permanent cure for ITP. Except paediatric acute ITP is sometimes self-limiting. There are many treatment options available for ITP;...

Answered on : 11 Dec 2009

The stem cell transplantation is the treatment to cure sickle cell anaemia. First and the most important requirement for stem cell transplantation...

Answered on : 07 Dec 2009
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