Radiologist in Bangalore

Dr Sharath Kumar G G

Experience: 10 yrs+

I am a doctor - it’s a profession that may be considered a special mission, a devotion. It calls for involvement, respect and willingness to help all other people.





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10 years +


Apollo Hospitals Sheshadripuram

New No.1,old No.28,platform Road,near Mantri Mall,sheshadripuram,bengaluru
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Work Experience

    • Consultant Neuroradiologists, BGS Global Hospital Bangalore since Aug 2011
    • DM In Neuroimaging  & Interventional Radiology 2011 NIMHANS
    • Worked as professor, RRMC Bangalore
    • MD : IGMC Shimla MDRD 2008
    • MBBS KIMS, Hubli  June 2004


Awards and Achievements

    • Visualization , quantification & Correlation of Brain atrophy with Clinical Symptoms in Spinocerebellar ataxia types 1 2 3 using 3d Volumetric Analysis.
    • Diffusion tensor imaging  in evaluation of spinal cord pathologies “ Golden jubilee award winner “ From  the vice president of India for best outgoing  student in Neuroradiology from  NIMHANS 2011
    • Elected  for scientific session evaluator in state level  radiographers conference in 2012
    • Published articles &  Invited for talks on stroke Treatment in many English news papers & Local TV channels respectively



Research and Publications

    • A typical Mayer – Rekintansy – Kuster- Hauser syndrome With Scoliosis , Renal & Anorectal Malfunction  - Case report  , IJRI 200616:4:809-12
    • Bilateral perisylvian syndrome- Neuroradiological quiz  IJRI 2006 16:4:971-73
    • Sharath Kumar GG et al. Torsion of a wandering Spleen : A pediatric Acute Abdominal Presentation . Iran J Radiol 2009,6(3)178-80
    • Sharath Kumar GG et al. Eccentric target sign in cerebral toxoplasmosis; Neuropathologic : Correlate to the image feature. J MRI 31:1469-72(2010)
    • Spontaneous intracranial Hypotension – Role  of Intrathecal Gadolinium . Neurology India


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