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About Dr. Sanjay Kumar

Designation: Director and HOD Gastroenterology

Clinic: Liver - Gut Clinic And Diagnostics

B-24, Sector 36 Noida 201301 U.P

Registration No.: 72192 U.P

Dr.Sanjay Kumar is a renowned Gastroenterologist and Hepatologist working in Delhi NCR since 18 years. He has experience of 21 years after doing doctorate in gastroenterology. His special interest are diseases related gastro-intestinal tract, pancreato biliary, liver and performing various diagnostic and therapeutic Endoscopic procedures like GI endoscopy, Colonoscopy, Enteroscopy, Capsule Endoscopy, ERCP and EUS. In-patient management, Outdoor and Emergency services.

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Hons in Physiology and pharmacology

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Research and Publications

Submitted Thesis entitled Role of Corticosteroid in Guillain Barre syndrome accepted by Patna University, December 1998.
Follow up after Balloon angioplasty and self-expandable metallic stenting for Budd- Chiari Syndrome.
“Pneumatic dilation versus intrasphincteric botulinum toxin injection in the treatment of achalasia cardia in India: en economic analysis”.
MBalloon Angioplasty and self-expandable metallic stenting is useful in Budd-Chairi syndrome with Cirrhosis. Paper presented at the annual conference of Indian Association for study of the liver INASL), Kolkata, 2003,March 28-30.
Long term follow up after pneumatic dilation for Achalasia carida: Factors associated with treatment failure and recurrence. Paper presented at Asia-pacific digestive week, 2003 in Singapore and ISGCON, Cochin, Kerala, 2002, November 20-26.
Severe Ulcerative Colitis : Prospective study for parameters determining outcome” Paper presented at ISGCON 2003, November 20-24, Chennai,Tamil Nadu India.
Predicting need for azathioprine and surgery in patients with Ulcerative Colitis (UC) during initial evaluation: role of an artificial neural network (ANN) model.
Infection with cytomegalovirus in patient with inflammatory bowel disease: prevalence, clinical significance and outcome.