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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.

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There are lots of newer treatment options available now. One can do peritoneo-venous shunt, one can also place a stent to shunt blood from portal...

Answered on : 16 Apr 2003

May recur. A permanent solution is surgical cardiomyotomy where the sphincter is divided. No precautions but sometimes acid reflux should be...

Answered on : 24 Jan 2003

Please understand that liver transplant is in its infancy in our country. However, there are two good centres in India, namely Sir Ganga Ram...

Answered on : 03 Oct 2002

Surgery is a one time procedure, most people get relief and it is important in young people. Alternative is to take medicines life long with...

Answered on : 20 Aug 2002

I assume Stage IV means she has either secondaries in liver or peritoneum. If she is not able to eat she should have either a self expanding stent...

Answered on : 03 Jul 2002

The treatment for multiple polyps is removal of entire colon mainly because it is impossible to biopsy every polyp and ensure that none of them...

Answered on : 09 May 2002

You should have a stool examination. A course of deworming medicine may help. An internal examination is essential with biopsy from the iner...

Answered on : 01 May 2002

It is not clear from your question whether you have already donated your kidney. If you have then how was this surgery carried out. If this was...

Answered on : 04 Apr 2002

It is illegal to buy kidneys in India. However if there is another relative who can donate then there is a govt of India committe through which...

Answered on : 03 Sep 2001

It is not possible to do islet cell transplant in India. Islets come from cadvers and there is no hospital/lab equipped to isolate islets from...

Answered on : 01 Jul 2001
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