• Brief Profile

    Dr Sanjeev gulati is MD, DNB(Paediatrics), DM, DNB (Nephrology), MNAMS, FIAP, FISN and has overseas qualifications of : FIPN (Australia), FICN, FRCPC(Canada). He is currently working as Senior Consultant in Nephrology at the Fortis Hospitals, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi. He was previously working as Additional Professor in Nephrology at the Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Lucknow, which is the capital of the largest state of India. He has also worked an Associate Professor in Nephrology at the prestigious McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada. He has post MD experience of 18 years and post DNB experience of 15 years. He has dual qualifications in adult and paediatric nephrology. He has an independent unit and has had exposure to a wide spectrum of patients both adult and children with a variety of renal diseases including experience in dialysis and transplantation. In addition he acquired special expertise in managing children with renal diseases. He gained experience at leading hospitals in UK, Australia and Canada and presented papers at several international and national conferences and published more than 100 scientific papers in indexed journals including NEJM, Kidney International and American Journal of Kidney Diseases. He has also authored 9 chapters in textbooks (including the prestigious Oxford textbook of Nephrology) besides numerous guest lectures. He has received several awards for original contributions to the field of kidney diseases. His work has received recognition from the Indian Council of Medical Research, Indian Academy of Pediatrics, Indian Society of Nephrology, the Australian College of Pediatrics, Royal college of Pediatrics and Child Health UK Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and the Japanese Society of Nephrology. During this period the focus of his research work has been childhood nephrotic syndrome. He has presented over 50 papers at various international scientific conferences. H is a reviewer for several prestigious journals like Pediatrics, American Journal of Kidney Diseases, Pediatric Nephrology and Indian Pediatrics and have had other editorial responsibilities also and has written several articles in newspapers and magazines for creating public awareness about kidney related problems.

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Hydronephrosis means ballooning of the kidney with backpressure and it can be due to a number of causes - in your case, it is due to a small 7mm...

Answered on : 25 May 2010
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