MBBS, DNB - General Medicine, DM - Nephrology
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Nephrologist Trained From The Prestigious Pgimer, Chandigarh One Of The Premier Institutes For Nephrology In The Country. Interventional Nephrologist Trained At St.Marys Hospital, Seoul, South Korea.
15/42, Gandhi Mandapam Road, Landmark: Near Anna Centinary Library & Opposite AMM School, Chennai
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21/22 Greams Lane, Thousand Lights, Off Greams Road, Landmark: Near Asan Memorial Senior Secondary School, Chennai
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5/639, Old Mahabalipuram Road, Perungudi, Chennai, Chennai
Mon - Sat
09:00 - 04:00
humble human-beingwonderful person **** ******* ***********. must visit. just by looking at the reports he suggested
My mother has very mild stone in her kidney but has very severe pain and she can’t able to do anything then we approached doctor and he was very kind and explained everything clearly which was a big relief for her.
On time action bought my mother off dialysis. It's nearly a year back we went to the Dr Venkatesh Rajkumar, he took care my mother like a family member and did not delay even a single minute in treating her when the cause was indentured. My mother and entire family have high Regards for the Dr.
Reference No My UHID AC01.0003479023 :
Q: Who is a nephrologist?
A: A nephrologist is a medical professional specialized in diagnosis, treatment and management of kidney-related conditions.
Q: Can a nephrologist treat urinary tract infection?
A: A nephrologist only treats kidney disorders; a urinary tract infection that has spread to the kidneys can be treated by a nephrologist. However, a regular physician too can treat a urinary tract infection.
Q: Does a nephrologist perform a kidney transplant?
A: A nephrologist who is trained in transplant surgical procedures of the kidney can perform a kidney transplant. A nephrosurgeon can do this. However, a nephrologist cannot perform such surgeries.
Q: For what symptoms should I go to a nephrologist?
A: If you are suffering from conditions like high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease or have a family history of kidney disease, symptoms like burning in the urine, blood in the urine, dribbling of urine, etc. then you should see a nephrologist to check for the risk of kidney problems.
Q: Can a nephrologist treat kidney stone?
A: Yes, a nephrologist can treat kidney stones. He is specialied to treat such conditions with the help of hydrotherapy, medicines and if needed may advice for a surgery.