Dr. Yogesh D , M.B.B.S., M.D., NALS
General & Family Physician
Chitradurga, Karnataka, India   View Clinic 

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Contact Details
 
City
Chitradurga
State
Karnataka
Country
India
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Professional Details
 
State Licence Number/NPI
85321
State/Board registered with
KMC
Specialty
General & Family Physician
Years of experience
10
Patients seen per week
100 
Procedures done per week
10 
Specific Skills and Interests
Trained in Neonatology, M.D in Anatomy and Thesis in Epilepsy genetics. Won second place in oral presentation in National conference in Genetics. 
Clinic Detail 1
 
Location
Aarogya - The Health Clinic,
Shivaganga, Holalkere Taluk, Chitradurga District, Karnataka 577526,
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Timing
4:30 PM to 9:00 PM
 
Education Details
 
Graduation
 
Year
2009 
Degree earned
M.B.B.S. 
Name of the university
Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences. Bengaluru. 
Residency / Post graduation
 
Year of post-graduation
2017
Degree earned
M.D.
University/Hospital/Institute
B. J. Medical College, Ahmedabad, Gujarat University 
Fellowship / Specialty Training
 
Year of fellowship
2010
Degree earned
NALS
University/Hospital/Institute
Neonatology 
Other Details
 
Honors/Awards
Published a case report on Multiple hepatic arterial anomalies in indexed journal.

Won second place for an oral presentation at National conference in recent trends in genetics at BHU, Varanasi.

Presented a poster on arterial embalming techniques a comparative study at the 5th National conference of Society of Clinical Anatomists of India, held in April 2016, at Amritsar, India.

Won second place in a quiz in genetics at national conference on genetics at BHU. 
Affiliations
Lifetime member of Society of Clinical Anatomists of India (SOCA). 
Other professional achievements
MULTIPLE HEPATIC ARTERIAL ANOMALIES: A CASE REPORT.

A comparative study of femoral arterial embalming techniques. 

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Dr. Yogesh provides thorough and thoughtful answers. His informative approach gave me details I didn’t know about the length of time it might take for an infection to heal. Because of his response, I was less worried and continued with the OTC meds suggested by a dermatologist. I’m happy to report that two days after this query I began to see healing and believe I am on my way back to health. I’m very thankful for this service and for great doctors like Dr. Yogesh who stand by to help put our minds and worries to rest.
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