Rajasthan Theme

Home|| Important Links || RTI Act || Policies || Contact Us || Sitemap

 
NEUROLOGY DEPARTMENT

S.No.

Name of Doctor

Designation

Address

Mobile. No.

Office Tel.No.

Residence Tel.No.

E-Mail ID

OPD Days
1

Dr.Chandra Mohan Sharma

Professor & Head

 

 

2518432, 2518383

2225684

cmsharma65@hotmail.com

MONDAY, THURSDAY

2

Dr.R.S.Jain

Professor & Head

LG-1, Unique Shardool, 14-Chetak Marg,
Near J. K. Lon Hospital,
JLN Marg, Jaipur.

9414073579

2591579  

drrsjain@yahoo.com

 
3

Dr.Anjani Kumar Sharma

Professor

 

 

2518383

2618630, 2618631

anjanipr@gmail.com

WEDNESDAY, SATURDAY

4

Dr.Arvind vyas

Professor

F 1, Gangawal Park, Jaipur

9829184042

   

TUESDAY,
FRIDAY

5

Dr.Bhawna Sharma

Professor

 

9414075120

2518383

2290496

sharmadrbhawna@gmail.com

TUESDAY, FRIDAY

6

Dr.BL Kumawat

Associate Professor

 

 

2518383

2420760

kumawatbl04@gmail.com

MONDAY, THURSDAY

7

Dr.Trilochan Shrivastava

Associate Professor

 

9829566727

2518383

2712057

trilochan_27@hotmail.com

TUESDAY, FRIDAY

8

Dr.Dinesh Khandelwal

Assistant Professor

 

09413341485

2518383

2707700

drdineshkhandelwal@gmail.com

MONDAY, THURSDAY

9

Dr Deepak Jain

Assistant Professor

770,Mahaveer Nagar,Tonk Road Jaipur

9461622481

 

 

deepakdrjain@gmail.com

MONDAY,
THURSDAY

10

Dr Ravindra Singh Arora

Assistant Professor

S 64, Ambabari, Jaipur

9828334725

 

3101404

drravindra@gmail.com

WEDNESDAY,
SATURDAY


Facilities Available in the Department

Facilities

Approx. cost (Rs)

Nerve conduction study (NCV)

230

Visual evoked potentials

230

Brain stem evoked potentials

230

Electromyography (EMG)

230

Electroencephalography (EEG)

175

Ambulatory EEG

1000

Video EEG

600

Neurological emergency and ICU (4beds)

Special treatments-IV thrombolysis for ischemic stroke patients who presents within 3 hours of onset

Botulinam toxin therapy for focal dystonias

Neurological ICU-4 beds for intensive neurological management.

  • DM (Neurology) Residents (total seats -eight per year)

S.No.

Third Year Senior Residents

Second Year Senior Residents

First Year Senior Residents

1.

Dr Vikas Gupta

Dr Vinod Sharma

Dr Aiwalae Deepak

2.

Dr Tarun Mathur

Dr Kunal Nath

Dr Rakesh Agarwal

3.

Dr Amit Arora

Dr Sulena

Dr Parekh Jigar

4.

Dr Sushant K

Dr Kadam Nagpal

Dr Pankaj Kumar Gandhi

5.

Dr Somya Darshan

Dr Rahul Handa

Dr Pritesh Agarwal

6.

Dr Alok Jain

Dr Mihir Acharya

Dr Sunil Kumar

7.

Dr Raghvendra

Dr Swayam Prakash

Dr Rahul Pathak

8.

Dr Rahul Jain

Dr Abhishek Kumar

Dr Pankaj Kumar Gupta

  • Research Projects Running in the Department

S.No.

Research Projects

1

Clinical spectrum of demyelinating diseases in a tertiary care centre in rajasthan – a retrospective case series.

2

A case control study to find out role of hyperhomocysteinemia and vitamin b12 deficiency as a risk factor for ischemic stroke.

3

Demographic profile of low backache in outpatients department of a tertiary care centre in northwest india.

4

Descriptive study regarding knowledge, attitude and quality of life in epilepsy patients attending a tertiary care centre opd.

5

Analysis of lipid profile in patients of ischemic stroke.

6

Side effect profile of ischemic stroke patients on long term statin therapy.

7

Clinical profile of patients with lmn quadriparesis.

8

Clinical profile of patients with umn quadriparesis.

9

Clinical and electrophysiological correlation before and after ivig therapy in gbs patients.

10

Clinical profile of patients with hypokalemic periodic paralysis.

11

Role of epleristat in diabetic small fiber neuropathy.

12

Yield of diagnostic cerebral angiography (ct angio/dsa) in primary intraventricular hemorrhage - an indian study.

13

Moya moya disease – institutional experience from north west India.

14

Prospective study of interarm difference of blood pressure in acute hemiparetic stroke patients.

15

Epidemological, clinical, and electrophysiological profile of peripheral nerve disorders.

16

Longitudinally extensive transverse myelitis: a prospective analysis of 25 cases.

17

Retrospective study using 3-tesla mri in patients of partial epilepsy.

18

Prospective study of borderzone infarcts on dwi in patients of anterior circulation stroke.

19

Prospective study using hlab*1502 allele in patients with focal seizures prior to starting carbamazepine therapy.

20

Intra-arterial autologus peripheral stem cell in patients with middle cerebral artery territory ischemic stroke.

21

Incidence of vertebral artery ostium (vao) stenosis in patients of ischemic stroke.

22

Analysis of clinical features, risk factors, age and gender predispositions of cerebral venous thrombosis (cvt) patients- an institutional experience

23

Depression, anxiety and quality of life in parents of children with epilepsy.

24

Clinical profile of dysphagia, dysarthria and cognitive decline in parkinson’s disease, psp and msa patients.

25

Awareness of stroke amongst stroke patients and relatives in a tertiary level hospital in northwest india.

26

Analysis of cases of acute loss of vision.

27

Analysis of cases admitted with acute severe headache.

28

Analysis of patients admitted with status epilepticus.

29

EXTRACRANIAL VERSUS INTRACRANIAL CAROTID STENOSIS IN PATIENTS OF ISCHAEMIC STROKE

  • Various Drug Trials Running in the Department

S.No.

Drug Trial

1

A multicenter, double blind, placebo controlled study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of Peglylated Interferon Beta 1a (BIIB017) in subject with relapsing multiple sclerosis.

2

An open label, multicentre, follow-up trial to evaluate the long term safety and efficacy of brivaracetam used as adjunctive treatment at a flexible dose up to maximum of 200mg/day in subjects aged 16 years or older suffering from epilepsy.

3

An open label, extension phase of the double blind, placebo-controlled, double dose escalation, parallel group study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of E20007 (Perampanel) given as adjunctive therapy in subjects with refractory partial seizures

4

Efficacy of Nitric Oxide in Stroke Trial "ENOS"

Teaching Program of the Department

Days

Teaching program

Monday

Guest lecture

Tuesday

Seminar

Wednesday

Case discussion

Thursday

Journal club

Friday

Faculty lecture

Senior residents are rotated to emergency, ICU, electrophysiology labs and various departments.

Total number of beds-approx 62.

Number of patients admitted to the department in year 2012-5180

Number of patients attended OPD in year 2012-9531

Conference organized by the department

Year

Conferences

2005

IANCON( Indian Neurological Association Conference)

2005

ECON ( Epilepsy conference)

Results of DM (Neurology) Degree Course in 2012

Residents

Result

Dr Amit Khandelwal

Passed

Dr Prashant Singh

Passed

Photographs of the Department

NON-TEACHING STAFF (TECHNICAL) IN THE DEPARTMENT OF NEUROLOGY

S.No.

NAME

POST

ADDRESS

E-MAIL ADDRESS

TELEPHONE NO.

1

Mr. Abdul Haq

Sen. Technician

49-A, 22-Godam Behind, Geej Garh House, Road No. 3, Jaipur

-

9251547879

2

Mr. Surendra Singh

Lab. Technician

Behind A-25, Shivaji Marg, Nerhru Nagar, Jaipur

-

9785229395

3

Mr. Anand Sharma

Lab. Technician

33-A, Janak Puri-2nd Ex. Imliwala Phatak, Jaipur 

-

9828059823

4

Mr. Jitendra Yadav

Lab. Technician

61/78, Rajat Path, Mansarovar, Jaipur

-

9414381947

5

Mr. Balwan Singh Yadav

Lab. Technician

65/11, Heera Path, Mansarovar, Jaipur

-

9828181282

6

Mr. Rishi Mishra

Lab. Technician

J-6/117, Police Mamorial Lane Nagar, Chat House, Jaipur

-

9829166551


PAPERS SENT FOR PUBLICATIONS: (2009)

1. Panagariya A, Sharma B, Kankane Arvind. Neuropulmonary syndromes: Under recognized and potential treatable associations. India Academy of Neurology.

2. Panagariya A, Surekha R K, Shrma B, Hrishikesh K, Clinical Profile of Epilepsy in a tertiary care centre of North West India: JIMA.

3. Panagariya A, Surekha R K, Sharma B, Hrishikesh K, Clinical Profile of Epilepsy in a tertiary care centre of North West India: JIMA.

4. Panagariya A, Sharma B, Ralot T, Dubey P, Satija V. An epidemiological study of epilepsy from north western part of india. Epilepsia.

5. Panagariya A, Sharma B, K Sudhir, Dibey P, Satija V. case series of isolated hypoglossal nerve palsy. PGMJ.

6. Panagariya A, Sharma B, Dubey P, Satija V. Cortical ribboning on MRI brain in CJD – a case report. JAPI.

7. Panagariya A, Sharma B, Dubey P, Satija V Clinicoradiological profile of multiple sclerosis and an experience with mitoxantrone in a tertiary care centre in north western part of India. AIAN.

8. Panagariya A, Sureka R, Ralot T, Sharma B, Dubey P, Clinico radiological profile of patients of Tubercular meningitis and the role of CSF PCR in early diagnosis – A case series from North Western India IJID.

LIST OF PUBLICATION OF DR. C. M. SHARMA & DR. B. L. KUMAWAT

Kumawat BL, Sharma CM, V. SATIJA, G. TRIPATHI, S. KUMAR, S. DIXIT: A Case Of Acute Akinetic Rigid Parkinsonism Due To Honeybee Sting. J Neurol Sci [Turk] 2009 [cited 2009 June 19];26:256-258.

C. Sharma, B. Kumawat, G. Tripathi & S. Dixit : Isolated Sensory Trigeminal Neuropathy- A Rare Clinical Presentation of Brain Stem Tuberculoma. Case Report. The Internet Journal of Neurology. 2009 Volume 11 Number 1

C. Sharma, B. Kumawat, G. Tripathi, A. Kankane & S. Dixit : Medial Rectus Cysticercosis. The Internet Journal of Neurology. 2009 Volume 11 Number 1

C M SharmaBL Kumawat, T. Ralot, G. Tripathi & S. Dixit: Abdominal Aorta Thrombosis Presenting as Headache: The Internet Journal of Neurology. 2008; Volume 10, Number 1.

Sharma CM, Dinesh Khandelwal,Kumawat BL, Ralot T  Fluorotic cervical myelopathy:Pictorial CME, J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 2008;79:1021 doi:10.1136/jnnp.2007.127985

Kochar DK, Poonia A, Kumawat BL, Shubhakaran, Gupta BK.

Study of motor and sensory nerve conduction velocities, late responses (F-wave and H-reflex) and somatosensory evoked potential in latent phase of intermittent acute porphyria. Electromyogr Clin Neurophysiol. 2000 Mar; 40(2):73-9. PMID: 10746181 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Kochar DK, Kumawat BL, Shubhakaran, Thanvi I, Agrawal N.  Cerebellar syndrome    in Plasmodium falciparum malaria. QJM. 1999 Apr;92(4):233-4. No abstract available. PMID: 10396612 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Kochar DK, Shubhakaran, Kumawat BL, Thanvi I, Joshi A, Vyas SP. Ophthalmoscopic abnormalities in adults with falciparum malaria. QJM. 1998 Dec;91(12):845-52. PMID: 10024950 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Kochar DK, Kumawat BL, Shubhakaran, Kochar SK. A patient with falciparum malaria and bilateral gangrene of the feet who developed arrhythmia/ventricular fibrillation after quinine therapy. QJM. 1998 Mar;91(3):246. No abstract available. PMID: 9604078 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Kochar DK, Shubhakaran, Kumawat BL, Kochar SK.Seizures in cerebral malaria. QJM. 1997 Sep;90(9):605-7. No abstract available.

Chauhan S, Kochar DK, Solanki BS, Kumawat BL. Brainstem auditory evoked potentials (BAEPs) and somatosensory evoked potentials (SEPs) in enteric encephalopathy (EE).Electromyogr Clin Neurophysiol. 1997 Oct;37(7):423-9. PMID: 9402431 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Kochar DK, Gupta DV, Sandeep C, Halwai M, Kumawat BL.Study of brain stem auditory-evoked potentials (BAEPs) and visual-evoked potentials (VEPs) in leprosy.Int J Lepr Other Mycobact Dis. 1997 Jun;65(2):157-65. PMID: 9251586 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Kochar DK, Kumawat BL, Karan S, Kochar SK, Agarwal RP. (MD Thesis Paper) Severe and complicated malaria in Bikaner (Rajasthan), western India Southeast Asian J Trop Med Public Health. 1997 Jun;28(2):259-67. PMID: 9444003 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Kochar DK, Kumawat BL.Cerebral malaria or Plasmodium falciparum malaria with hypoglycaemia.  Lancet. 1996 Jun 1;347(9014):1549-50. No abstract available.PMID: 8684116 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Sharma CM, Kumawat BL, Ravinder Singh. Neurocystercosis presenting as isolated third cranial nerve palsy. Journal of International Medical Sciences Academy, Delhi 2008 Jan-March Special issue.

Sharma CM, Kumawat BL, Ralot T, Tripathi G.Guillain - Barre syndrome occurring during dengue fever.  JIMA 2008(Accepted for publication)

Kumawat BL, Sharma CM, Tripathi G, Ralot T, Dixit S.  Wilson's disease presenting as isolated obsessive-compulsive disorder. Indian J Med Sci. 2007 Nov;61(11):607-10. PMID: 18025747 [PubMed - in process]

Sharma CM, Kumawat BL, Tripathi G, Ralot T, Dixit S. Upper -limb Dystonia Secondary to Atalnto-axial Dislocation-a rare case report http://www.articlesbase.com/diseases-and-conditions-articles/upperlimb-dystonia-secondary-to- atlantoaxial-dislocation-a-rare-case-report-234955.html | Posted: 13-10-2007 |

Sharma CM, Kumawat BL, Kankane Arvind.  Cutis Verticis Gyrata,epilepsy and mental retardation: A rare neurocutaneous syndrome.  Current Medical Trends,2006 ;10:1942-44.

Panagariya A, Kumawat BL, Singh R, Sukhani P. Total unilateral medullary syndrome--a rare complication of chiropractic manipulation. J Assoc Physicians India. 2004 Jul;52:556. No abstract available. PMID: 15645982 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Kochar DK, Shubhakaran, Kumawat BL, Kochar SK, Halwai M, Makkar RK, Joshi A, Thanvi I.Cerebral malaria in Indian adults: a prospective study of 441 patients from Bikaner, north-west India. J Assoc Physicians India. 2002 Feb;50:234-41.PMID: 12038655 [PubMed - indexed for    MEDLINE]

Kochar DK, Jain N, Sharma BV, Kumawat BL, Meena CB. Dyke-Davidoff Masson syndrome : neuroimage. Neurol India. 2001 Dec;49(4):417. No abstract available   PMID: 11799424 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Kochar DK, Agarwal N, Sharma BV, Jain N, Kumawat BL, Joshi A, Meena CB. Paradoxical triceps jerk, a neglected localising sign in clinical neurology. Neurol India. 2001 Jun;49(2):213. No abstract available. PMID: 11447454 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

 Kochar DK, Joshi A, Vallabh B, Meena CB, Kumawat BL, Jain N.Effect of arteether on electrocardiogram in the patients of falciparum malaria--a preliminary study.Indian J Malariol. 1999 Sep-Dec;36(3-4):61-4. PMID: 11398663 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Chadda VS, Kumhar MR, Kumawat BL, Singh VB, Gupta BK, Nayak KC. Young onset abdominal aortic aneurysm. J Assoc Physicians India. 2000 Dec;48(12):1226. No abstract available.  PMID: 11280246 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Kochar DK, Thanvi I, Joshi A, Agarwal N, Kumawat BL, Shubhakaran. Pregnancy with cerebral malaria. J Assoc Physicians India. 2000 Dec;48(12):1222-4. No abstract available. PMID: 11280241 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Panagariya Ashok and Kumawat BL.Pathogenesis of Parkinson’s disease-Current understandings. National Bulletin on Parkinson’s disease(ISSN 0971-8230) 2000,July-Sept:6-8

Panagariya Ashok, Bhawana Sharma and Kumawat BL. Neurotransmission and brain repair-Future therapeutic perspective. The Rajasthan Medical Journal,2000,34(3-4):36-41.

Kochar DK, Agarwal RP, Joshi A, Kumawat BL. Herpes zoster and post-herpetic neuralgia--a clinical trial of aspirin in chloroform for anodyne. J Assoc Physicians India. 1998 Apr;46(4):337-40. PMID: 11273312 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Kochar DK, Shubhakaran, Kumawat BL, Vyas SP.Prognostic significance of eye changes in cerebral malaria.  J Assoc Physicians India. 2000 May;48(5):473-7.  PMID: 11273135 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Kochar DK, Thanvi I, Kumawat BL, Shubhakaran, Agarwal N. Importance of blood glucose level at the time of admission in severe and complicated malaria. J assoc Physicians India. 1998 Nov;46(11):923-5. PMID: 11229214 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Kochar DK, Shubhakaran, Joshi A, Thanvi I, Kumawat BL.  Neurological manifestations of falciparum malaria. J Assoc Physicians India. 1997 Nov;45(11):898-9. No abstract available.  PMID: 11229204 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Kochar DK, Kumawat BL, Halwai M, Kochar SK, Shubhakaran, Thanvi I.  Brainstem auditory evoked potentials and somatosensory evoked potentials in cerebral malaria—a prognostic significance.  J Assoc Physicians India. 2000 Mar;48(3):295-300. PMID: 11229113 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Kochar DK, Kumawat BL, Agarwal N, Shubharakaran, Aseri S, Sharma BV, Rastogi A. Meningoencephalitis in brucellosis. Neurol India. 2000 Jun;48(2):170-3. PMID: 10878784 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Kochar DK, Thanvi I, Joshi A, Subhakaran, Aseri S, Kumawat BL.  Falciparum malaria and pregnancy. Indian J Malariol. 1998 Sep;35(3):123-30. PMID: 10497838 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Solanki RL, Kumawat BL, Anuradha Y, Joshi U, Kochar DK, Kalra VB. Pathology of malaria with special references to haematological changes in malaria. Indian J Pathol Microbiol. 1996 Dec;39(5):391-414. No abstract available.  PMID: 9002368 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Kochar DK, Kumawat BL, Kochar SK, Bajiya HN, Maurya RK. Delayed cerebellar ataxia--a complication of Plasmodium falciparum malaria. J Assoc Physicians India. 1996 Oct;44(10):686-8.

Kochar DK, Kumawat BL, Kochar SK, Sanwal V.  Hypoglycemia after oral quinine administration. J Assoc Physicians India. 1995 Sep;43(9):654, 657. No abstract available.

Panagariya Ashok , Sharma AK,Sureka RK,Kumawat BL.  Wilson’s disease for Neurologist.Neuroscience Today,2002, Jan-March, 6(1):24-29.  

Books: 
Kochar  DK, Meena CB and  Kumawat BL. Peripheral neuropathies and neuralgias: In “Geriatric care in India” by author OP Sharma,New Delhi,Chapter 46 Page 386-395.
41.Panagariya Ashok, Bhawana Sharma and Kumawat BL. Neurotransmission and brain repair-“Future therapeutic perspective.”Reviews in Neurology” edited by M.M.Mehandiratta,S.M.Katrak & D.C.Chaudhary,CME Programme of IAN 2001:162-168.

Numbers of conferences attended in last 3 years:

  1. Attended National Neurology Conference (IANCON-2009) at Cochin from   10th to 13th September  2009.  
  2. Chaired a session on “Neuropathology of HIV” at National Conference on Tropical Neurology - 2008  organized by Neurology Subsection, Indian Academy of Neurology and Dept. of Medicine, SP Medical  College, Bikaner held on 15th & 16th March 2008 at Bikaner, Rajasthan.    
  3. Attended NEUROCON 2007 - 56th Annual national conference of Neurological Society of India held at  Agra – U.P India from 14th to 17th December 2007.    
  4. Attended National Neurology Conference (IANCON-2007) at Mumbai from   4th to 7th October.    
  5. Presented a paper & Co-Editor of souvenir of National Conference of the IEA & IES: E-Con 2005 held  in Jaipur on September 22nd & 23rd and presented a paper. 
  6. Attended the Annual Conference of IAN, (IANCON) 2005. At Jaipur, 23–25 September 2005.
  7. Attended 54th annual conference of the Neurological Society of India  Neurocon 2005 - held at  VISAKHAPATNAM from December 15 to 18.  
  8. Attended CMEs organized by SMS Medical College, Jaipur

MEDALS AND AWARDS

Gold Medals

Awarded for Bikaner chapter award during 7th RAJ APICON & CME at Jaipur (10-11 Feb., 1996)  by Hon’ble State Health Minister for presenting paper at Jodhpur in 1995 in APICON.

Awarded for M.Channa Reddy award for best scientific paper in conference during 8th RAJ  APICON & CME at Ajmer (4-5Oct., 1997) by Hon’ble State Health Minister for presenting paper at  Jaipur in 1996 during APIOCON.

Silver Medal

 For 1st Division in B.Sc. Examination passed from Maharaja’s College, University of Rajasthan,  Jaipur.

Awards

Merit Certificate for Securing 3rd Position in 1st MBBS Exam.at S.P.Medical College Bikaner in 1988.

Merit Certificate for Securing 2nd Position in 2nd MBBS Exam.at S.P.Medical College Bikaner in 1990

Merit Certificate for Securing 2nd Position in 3rd MBBS Exam.at S.P.Medical College Bikaner in 1992.

Award of Honor during National Asthma Update at Bikaner,2-4 Jan.1999.

Co-Author of paper “Neurological Manifestations of Falciparum Malaria” Published in JAPI 45(11); 1997:898-899. This was awarded for JC Patel and Mehta Award for the 2nd Prize for the best Correspondence during APICON 1999 at Calcutta.

DR.M.J.Shah Memorial Lectureship awarded in Tropical Medicine for Plate form presentation of paper“Meningoencephalitis in Brucellosis” during APICON-2000 at JAIPUR.(Certificate+Rs.2500/=)

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS OF DR. R.K. SUREKA

1. Sureka RK, Mathur US, Bhandari VM, Systemic Mycosis, Difficult to Diagnose- dreadful of treat. Rajasthan Medical Journal 1981; Vol. XX4; 149-152.

2. Sureka RK, Mathur US, Cutaneous sensitivity and systemic allergic Manifestations of iodised contrast media. Indian Journal of Medical Science 1981; Vol. 35: 201-24.

3. Sureka RK, Rishi JP, Mathur US, bhandari VM, Gastric functions in patients with cirrhosis of liver. JAPI 1982; Vol. 30: 797-799.

4. Mathur US, Sureka RK, Tank ML, Rishi JP, Bhandari VM, Diagnistic Significance of Pleural fluid pH, pCO2 and bicarbonate. JIMA 1982; Vol. 78: 173-176.

5. Rishi JP, Bhai CPS,  Sureka RK, Mathur US, bhandari VM. A correlative study of serum lipids, blood coagulation and blood coagulation and blood fibrinolysis in Diabetes mellitus. Indian Medical Gazette; May 1983: 175-183.

6. Bansal A, Panagariya A, Sureka RK, Cerebral Malaria- Current Concepts, Rajasthan Medical Journal 1992; Vol. XXXI: 14-16.

7. Sureka RK, Clinical study of respiratory allergy. Current Medical Practice 1992; Vol. 36: 243-247.

8. Sureka RK, Meena CL, Panagariya A, Sharma BM, Evaluation of the Clinical significance of Brainstem Auditory Evoked Potentials in Landry Guillain Barre Syndrome. Indian Medical gazette 1992;  Vol. C. XXXI; No. 9: 253-258.

9. Sureka RK, Status Epilepticus- Current Concepts, Current Medical Practice 1994; Vol. 38: No. 5: 112-115.

10. Sureka RK, Heat Stroke- Neurological Manifestatons. Rajasthan Medical Probe (July 1994).

11. Panagariya A, Sureka RK, Maru A. Status Epilepticus- Current Concepts And Management. A chapter in the book "Update on Emergency Care" . Four Decade Trust Jaipur 1994.

12. Panagariya A, Sureka RK, Epilepsy: An overview for physicians CME, IMA, Alwar, Jan. 1996.

13. Sureka RK, Panagariya A, Sharma D, Marinesco Sjogren Syndrome - A case report, Neurology India 1997; 45: 28-30.

14. Panagariya A, Sureka RK, Landry Guillain Barre Syndrome- An Unusual association with Herpes Zoster. JAPI 1997; Vol. 45, No. 10: 820.

15. Panagariya A, Sureka RK, Arora A. Current developments in the Management of Subacute Sclerosing Panencephelitis. JAPI 1998; Vol. 46: 218-220.

16. Panagariya A, Sureka RK, Sharma B, Sardana V. Neurological Complications following honey-bee sting. JAPI 1998; Vol. 45: 984.

17. Panagariya A, Sharma AK, Sureka RK, Sharma R, Bhargava A, Herpes Zoster myelitis- A study of four cases. Neuro-Sciences Today, 1998 Vol. II; 40-45.

18. Sureka R K, Published a Book “Mirgi Rog Ko Janiye” 1998.

19. Sureka RK, Clinical Profile and Spectrum of Epilepsy - A rural study in Rajasthan, JAPI 1999; Vol. 47; No. 6: 608-610.

20. Panagariya A, Sureka RK, Singh S, Chaturvedi M, Mega Dose Intravenous Methyl Prednisolone in bilateral simultaneous optic Neuritis. JAPI 1999; Vol. 47; 8: 798-800.

21. Sureka RK, Rural Epilepsy Clinic: Rajasthan Medical Probe Vol. 6,3,1999.

22. Panagariya A, Sureka RK, Approach to management of Parkinsons Disease: National Bulletin on Parkinson Diseases (Accepted).

23. Sureka RK, Rural Epilepsy Clinic- A satisfying experience: Epilepsy India, Jan- March, 1999.

24. Panagariya A, Garg A, Sureka RK. Antiphospholipid antibody positive Young Stroke- An analysis of 12 cases. Journal of Postgraduate Medicine, Bombay 2000; 46: 258-261.

25. Sureka RK, Seizures Associated with non neurological medical conditions: JMA Times Vol. 4, June 2000.

26. Panagariya A, Jain RS, Gupta S, Garg A, Sureka RK, Mathur V. Herpes simplex encephalitis- Experience in North West India Neurology India 2001; 49: 360-365.

27. Panagariya A, Sureka RK, Sardana V., Juvenile Myoclonic Epilepsy - An experience from North India- Acta Neurologica Scandinavica 2001; 103: 1-6.

28. Panagariya A, Sharma A K, Sureka R K, Kumawat B L. neurologist and Wilson’s Disease. Neurosciences 2002; Vol. 24-29.

29. Sureka R K, “Mirgi Rog Ko Janiye” – Consumer World 2002; Vol; 24-29.

30. Panagariya A, Sureka RK, Shubkaran. Multiple Intracranial Meningiomas. JAPI 2004; 715.

31. Panagariya A, Sureka RK, Sharma AK, Sharma B- "Wilson's Disease A study of 21 cases from Indian Sub Continent. JAPI 2003 (Sent for Publication).

32. Panagariya A, Sureka RK, Singh R, Prakash- Multiple Cavernous Haemangiomas Nerology India, 2003 (Sent for Publication).

33. Panagariya A, Harishikesh Kumar, Sureka RK, Sharma B, Mathew V - "Gullain Baree Syndrome- Some Aspects of Diagnosis And Management"- RMJ 2003; 29-38.

34. Sureka R K, "Mirgi Rog – Janiya Mahatvapurn Taths" in Hindi” in Hindi; Consumer world; July 2002: 41-43.

35. Sureka R K, “Apki Manspeshiya Rog se Pidit to Nahin”, Health view Sept. 2003 (Hindi).

36. Sureka R K, “Mirgi Rogi Bhi Apne Daksta Ka Parichaya De sakta Hai”, Health view 2003 (Hindi).

37. Panagariya A, Sureka R K, Sharma B, Hrishikesh Kumar, Clinical Profile of Epilepsy in a tertiary care centre of north west India, Seizure (Sent for publication) 2004.

38. Panagariya A, Sharma B, Sureka RK, Kankane A, "Sarcoid and Neurologist" Neurosciences Today (2004).

39. Panagariya A, Sureka RK, Udaniya DK, "Parkinsons and Recovery in Central and Extra Pontine Myelinilysis:- A case report: Neurology India 2004.

40. Vinay Agarwal, Sureka RK, Recent Management strategies in Parkinsons Disease: RMJ 2004, 32-37.

41. Sureka RK, Sharma B, Agarwal V: "Ataxia Telengectasia, : RMJ 2004., 63.

42. Panagariya A, Sharma B, Sureka R K, Agarwal V – Hypermmonemia: An under recognized cause of encephalopathy in clinical practice, 2006 JAPI.

43. Panagariya A, Sukhani P, Sharma B, Sureka R K – TUMEFACTIVE DEMYELINATION – a case of report set for publication (2006).

44. Sureka R K, Sureka Rohit – Prevalence of Epilepsy in Rural Rajasthan – A door to door survey – JAPI – 2007.

45. Sureka R K, Sureka Rohit – knowledge, Attitude & Practice of Epilepsy in Rural North – West India Annals of IAN – 2007.

46. Sureka R K, Sureka Rohit – Management of Epilepsy : An Internist view – Current Medical Trends (2006).

47. Sureka R K, Sureka Rohit – Seizures Associated with Non-Neurologic Medical Conditions – RMJ – 2007.

48. Panagariya A, Sureka R K, Sharma A K, Dev Amit, Agarwal Neeraj Wilson’s Disease – A study of 21  cases from Indian Subcontinent – annalsy – IAN (2007).

PAPERS SENT FOR PUBLICATIONS:

1. Panagariya A, Sureka R K, Rohit T, Sharma B, Dubey P, Clinicoradiologic profile of patient of tubercular meningitis and role of CSF – PCR in early diagnosis : A case series from a tertian  care centre in North West India JAPI.

PAPERS PRESENTED :

1. Presented Paper "Prevalence of Epilepsy in Rural Rajasthan" in National Conference of IES (Annual Conference) 2006, Bangalore.

2. Presented Paper "Clinical Profile of Epilepsy in North West India" IANCON 2005, Jaipur.

3. Presented paper "Knowledge, Attitude and practice of Epilepsy in Rural Rajasthan" in National Conference of Epilepsy IES 2005, Jaipur.

4. Deometoglyphies patters in Epilepsy  : ECON 2008 now Delhi.

LECTURES DELIVERED

1. "Partial Seizures" on world Epilepsy day CME 2005, 17th Nov.

2. Post Graduate Quiz in Epilepsy 2007.

3. "Epilepsy and Pregnancy” CME in Epilepsy.

4. 9th World congress & 17th National conference NARCHI – 2008 Epilepsy & pregnancy.

PUBLIC AWARENESS PROGRAM

Helped in Organization of “JAN CHETNA” program on Epilepsy and Stroke under the auspicious occasion of 6th Decade Celebration of SMS Medical College in 2007.

Website launched on Epilepsy & Pregnancy.

ON GOING PROJECT

1. Value of PCR in patients of Tubercular Meningitis.

2. Pregnancy and Epilepsy Registry Rajasthan – working as Nodal Officer.

3. CO-EDITOR of Rajasthan Medical Journal 2003-07, 2009 onwards.

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS OF Dr. BHAWNA SHARMA      

1. Panagariya A, Sharma B, Hrishikesh Kumar, Agarwal Vinay. Acute Encephalitis in Manual of Medical Emergencies, 3rd ed. Pushpanjali Medical Pub. Delhi, 2004

2. Panagariya A, Sharma B, Mathew V. Clinical and Immunological Spectrum Of The Syndrome Of Ophthalmoplegia, Ataxia And Areflexia. Neurosciences Today.

3. Panagariya A, Sharma B, Hrishikesh K, Mathew V. Changing trends of anticoagulants in acute stroke. Neurosciences today, 2003, Vol 7 No. 1: 16-21.

4. Panagariya A , Sharma B, Kumar H, Mathew V. Status Epilepticus- Current concepts and management. Neurosciences today 2003. Vol 8, No. 2: 79-83

5. Panagariya A, Sharma B, Shubhkaran. CADASIL IN AN Indian Family- A case report from North Western part of country JAPI

6. Panagariya A, Sharma B, Garg A. Oculopalatal syndrome with Ataxia Hymenoptera Sting- an unusual complication JAPI : 2004 June

7. Panagariya A. Sharma AK, Sharma B. Painful paroxysmal dystonia due to cervical cord compression. JAPI, 1997; 45 (5): 419.

8. Panagariya A, Sureka R K, Sharma B, Saradana V. Neurological source. Journal of National Products. 1981, Vol 44. No.6 V.

9. Panagariya A, Bhawna Sharma, Agarwal Vinay, Mathew Vivek. Valproate induced  Hyperammonemia. Case Report. JAPI ( accepted)

10. Panagariya A. Sharma B, Singh R Pictorial CME- A case of CV junction anomaly. Rajasthan Medical Journal,2004.

11. Panagariya A, Sharma B, Kumar H, Mathew V. Acute Encepalitis . Rajsthan Medical Journal. Special supplement 2003: 22-28

12. Panagariya A , Sharma B, Kumar H, Mathew V. Guillain Barre Syndrome – some aspects of diagnosis and management. RMJ, Speciall supplement.2003: 29-38.

13. Panagariya A , Sharma B, Kumar H, Mathew V Diagnosis and management of acute migraine status. Rajasthan Medical Journal . Special suppl. 2003: 47-54.

14. Panagariya A , Sharma B, Kumar H, Mathew V. Acute Stroke management : Role of anticoagulants reviewed . Rajasthan Medical Journal. Special suppl. 2003:55-61.

15. Panagariya A, Sharma B. Approach to CNS infections in Current practice in Neurology. 1 st Ed. Pushpanjali Medical pub. Delhi,2004

16. Status Epilepticus – Current conceptsand management : Proceedings in National Critical care meet. 2003 Panagariya A, Sharma Bhawna, Agarwal Vinay, Mathew Vivek. Vaiproate induced Hyperammonemia. Case report. JAPI (accepted.)

17. Panagariya A, Sharma B, Agarwal V. Thoacic Outlet Syndrome – a case report and review. Rajasthan Medical Journal 2004.

18. Panagariya A, Sureka R K, Sharma A K, Sharma B. clinical profile of wilson’s Disease in North West India.

19. Panagariya A , sharma B, Singh R, Kumar H: the Neuroleptic Malignant syndrome – a report of 14 cases from North west India: Neurology India.

20. Panagariya A, Sharma B, Dev Amit. Tumefactive multiple Sclerosis :Case Report. Neurology India.

21. Panagariya A, Sharma B, Singh R. MRI study of 15 cases of flourosis.

22. Panagariya A, Sharma B, Kumar H, Mathew V. Hypothalamic Hemartoma – a case report and short review.

ACADEMIC ACTIVITY: -

1. Organized lectures on recent awardees in management of Stroke in year 2008

2. Organized lecture and workshop on Interventional Neurology, 21-22 November, 2009.

DR. R. K. SUREKA

1. 53rd Annual Conference of Neurological Society of India in 2004.

2. International Neurology update 2004.

3. 13th Annual Conference of IANCON 2005.

4. 6th Annual Conference of India Epilepsy Society 2005.

5. Annual Conference of IAN 2006.

6. International comprehensive update on Diagnostic and Therapeutics in Epilepsy CUE and Neuro electro physiology workshops 2006.

7. CMS ON BOTOX 11th April 2007, Jaipur.

8. Neurology update Bombay 2008.

9. Workshop on Computerization by NIC 08.

10. CME on Movement Disorder in SMS Medical College 2008.

11. CME on PARKINSON March 2008, Jaipur.

12. ECON – 2009 at TIRUPATI.

DR. BHAWNA SHARMA

1. Attended European Neurology society conference bit 2009 June 19-24, miles.

2. Attended IAN 2009 at Kochi.

3. Chaired session in stroke conference at medicity.

4. Chaired session at CME on Brain tumors, Jaipur.

DETAILS OF AWARDS:-  

1. PROF. ASHOK PANAGARIYA :-

I. Awardee of the most prestigious honour in medical profession in India by the Hon’ble President – Dr. B. C. Roy Medal for developing superspeciality of Neurology in North – West India.

II. Nominated to PGI Board of Governing Council – 2009. 

III. Nominated Honorary Neurology Consultant / Advisor to the Armed Forces Medical services by the Ministry of Defense.

IV. On the selection board to select professor of Neurology at the Prestigious, AIIMS, New Delhi and Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi.

V. Visiting professor to AIIMS, New Delhi / PGI Chandigarh / BHU, Varanasi/ SGPGI Lucknow/ Mt. Sinai NY.

VI. Recognized Locum consultant in / England.

VII. Member, Medical Council of India. (2004-2009)

2. DR. RAJENDRA SINGH JAIN

Awards :

  1. Gold Medals (Four)
    (i) Shri Mali Ram Pooran Mal Rawat Gold Medal for securing highest marks & honours in Anatomy in first MBBS examination.
    (ii) P.M. Nahata’s Memorial Gold Medal for securing highest marks in Physiology in first MBBS examination.
    (iii) Smt. Kamla Ranka Memorial Gold Medal for securing highest marks in aggregate in first MBBS examination.
    (iv) Acharya Shri Salik Ram Dass Rewasa Memorial Gold Medal for securing second position in aggregate of first, second & final MBBS examination.
  2. Merit Certificate – University of Rajasthan
  3. Post Graduate Merit Scholarship – University of Bombay
  4. National Level Award – Best Poster Presentation Award in IXth Annual Conference of Indian Academy of Neurology, New Delhi.
  5. Awarded “Chikitsa Vibhushan” by Indian Medical Association, Jaipur branch,2013.
  6. Awarded first ever Times Wellness Rajasthan Health Award 2013 for “Best Doctor in Neurology in Rajasthan”.
  7. Honoured with State Award by Hon. Chief Minister, Rajasthan on 15th August, 2013.

Fellowships :

  1. National – Senior Research Fellowship, Council of Scientific & Industrial Research, New Delhi.
  2. International – World Federation of Neurology  Fellowship, London (U.K.)
  3. International – Alzheimers Disease & Related Disorders Fellowship,Stockholm (Sweden)      

Publications :

  1. Initial bi-ventricular performance following acute M.I. and in-hospital morbidity and mortality.  Ind J Nucl Med 2:73-76, 1987.
  2. Multigated radionuclide ventriculography during in-hospital phase of acute myocardial infarction. JAPI 37 : 575-77, 1989.
  3. Caphagraine – an indigenous drug in prophylactic treatment of migraine. The Medicine and Surgery 29 : 9-12, 1989.
  4. HHE Syndrome – Imaging Diagnosis. J Applied Med. 977- Dec., 1990.
  5. Paraplegia in Eales disesase. The Ind Practitioner. XLIII : 1123-25, 1990.
  6. Flunarizine in the prophylaxis of migraine. The Ind. Practitioner XLIV : 383-86, 1991.
  7. Treating epilepsy – an internist’s approach. Current Medical Trends 1:47-49, 1997.
  8. Ross’ syndrome – Report of 2 cases. The Ind. Practitioner 50 : 909-10, 1997.
  9. Stroke like presentation of CJD : An unusual variant. JAPI 47 : 548-50, 1999.
  10. Neurosarcoidosis : Reviews in Neurology – IAN 2001.
  11. Herpes simplex encephalitis in north west India. Neurology India 49 : 360-65, 2001.
  12. Primary CNS Lymphoma : Reviews in Neurology – IAN 2002.
  13. Langerhans cell histiocytosis presenting as adult onset epilepsy. IJCP 57 : 739-41, 2003. (INTERNATIONAL)
  14. A spinal neurenteric cyst presenting as burning feet syndrome. IJCP 57 : 846-47, 2003. (INTERNATIONAL)
  15. Eales’ Disease with Neurological Manifestations. JAPI 52 : 342, 2004.
  16. Neurosyphilis and HIV seropositivity. JIMA 102 : 108, 2004.
  17. Neurotuberculosis. Dots Up Date 10 : 9-11, 2007.
  18. ‘Hot cross bun’ sign in a case of cerebrotendinous xanthomatosis: a rare neuroimaging observation. BMJ Case Rep 2013. doi:10.1136/bcr-2012-006641. (INTERNATIONAL)
  19. Erdheim-Chester disease with isolated craniocerebral involvement. BMJ Case Rep 2013. doi:10.1136/bcr-2012-006823. (INTERNATIONAL)
  20. Brainstem transient ischemic attacks due to compression of pons from a persistent primitive trigeminal artery. Neurol India 2013;61:321-2
  21. Calvarial tuberculosis with intracranial tuberculomas: a rare association. JNR. 2013;3(3-4):130-132 (INTERNATIONAL)
  22. Reversible dementia as presenting manifestation of racemose neurocysticercosis. AIAN.2013:3:452-3. 

3. DR. A. K. SHARMA

I. Fellowship of Indian college of Physician (FICP) in year 2010.

4. DR. R. K. SUREKA

I. State awarded for work in Epilepy-2010

5. DR. BHAWNA SHARMA

I. Awarded 4 phase III clinical trials on epilepsy.

II. Awarded 1 Phase III clinical trial on multiple scleroses.

III. Under site selection process for trials on stroke (Phase-III) and Parkinson’s (Phase-II).

6. DR. DINESH KHANDELWAL :-

I. Commonwealth Scholarship: Stroke Medicine at Southern General Hospital, Galsgow, UK (From 6th Oct. to 9th Feb. 2008).

II. Indian Academy of Neurology fellowship to study at the Institute of Neurology, Queen Square, London, From 11th Oct. to 17th Dec. 2004.

III. Best Post Graduate of Neurology for the year 2003 by the Hon. Health Minister to Govt. of India, at All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi-110029

IV. Travel Grant to attend dopamine transporter imaging workshop at London by Movement Disorder Society.

STATUS OF RECOGNITION OF THE COURSES:-

1. Currently running the DM course by the recognized by MCI.

© Medical Education Department

Developed by RISL (RajCOMP)

Nodal Officer : Dr. Lokendra Sharma,
Contact No.: 0141-2518682, Email: drlokendra29@gmail.com
  
Site Last updated on: 28-08-2014