• Brief Profile


    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

I am not quite clear what the question is. Perhaps you are concerned about your loose motions. Loperamide can certainly help. You could add...

Answered on : 08 Jan 2004

Gall bladder stones do cause abdominal pain felt in the right upper quadrant pain and in the back. It does not cause pain elsewhere in the body....

Answered on : 19 Dec 2003

The stone could be dealt in a number of ways. Shock wave lithotripsy is a good option. See a urologist.

Answered on : 03 Nov 2003

If they are really tiny, then they can be left alone. The worry with gallbladder polyps is that they may be cancerous and this is very likely if...

Answered on : 15 Sep 2003

1. Stones in GB are quite common. There is a genetic predisposition, sometimes diet rich in fats, but mainly we do not know the exact cause in a...

Answered on : 07 Aug 2003

Some amount of anal discomfort is common after surgery, I am sure it will go away. However, you have to check whether your continence (control...

Answered on : 09 Jul 2003

Your doctor is right, the renal stone is very small and does not need
treatment. Gallstones are not treated by lithotripsy and there is no...

Answered on : 31 May 2003

Pancreatic stones generally do not require treatment unless they cause lot of pain. Pancreoflat (enzyme supplement) can be of help. Operation is...

Answered on : 24 May 2003

Pseudopolyps are a part of ulcerative colitis and they are different from polyps. Ulcerative colitis can lead on to tumour especially if you have...

Answered on : 28 Apr 2003

Most hiatus hernias which are of sliding type (this is the commonest variety) do not require surgery. An estimated 10% of the adult population in...

Answered on : 22 Apr 2003
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