Dr. Girish G Nelivigi
Dr. Girish G Nelivigi
Dr. Girish Nelivigi is a Consultant - Urology and Transplant Surgeon in Bangalore and has an experience of 30 years in this field. Dr. Girish Nelivigi practices at Trustwell Hospitals in Bangalore.
QUALIFICATIONS MBBS from Bangalore Medical College, Bangalore University, India with 1st Class in all semesters.
Internship with rotational duties in Medicine, General Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Pediatric Medicine , Ophthalmology, ENT,
Preventive & Social Medicine & Rural Service.
M.S. in General Surgery from Command Hospital Air Force, Bangalore University, India.
Diplomate National Board (DNB) in Urology from National Board of Examinations, New Delhi completed in November, 2000.
M.Ch in Urology from Lokamanya Tilak Municipal General Hospital and Medical College, Mumbai University. Completed in July, 2001.
- Acute Urinary Retention: Have we reached a consensus? Review article in,” The Indian Practitioner” , Vol. 56 , no . 7 , July 2003.
- A case of primitive neuroectodermal tumour. Bombay Hospital Journal, volume 46, no.02, April 2004.
Emphysematous cystitis- a case report. African Journal of Urology, vol.11, no.3, 2005.
A rare complication of silver nitrate therapy in chyluria. Indian Journal of Urology, April 2007.
Review article: Robotic surgery: India is not ready yet. Indian Journal of Urology, year 2007, volume 23, issue 3.
Malakoplakia of ureter: a rare case. Case report published in Indian Journal of Urology in May 2008 issue.
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Digestive Disorders: Symptoms, Causes & Treatment Options
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Scrotal Pain and Its Causes
Scrotal Pain and Its Causes Testicular pain can be caused by a sudden injury, inflammation, sexually transmitted infections, or an emergency condition. This condition can cause a dull ache in the scrotum, sometimes along with swelling Common Causes – Epididymoorchitis ( Infection and inflammation of testes and Epididymis) Torsion testes ( Twisting of testes around its …
Heart Attack in Young
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Role of Vitamin D
As we all know Vitamin D is vital to the body’s functioning. A deficiency in this Vitamin can cause problems and hamper our lifestyle. It is normally more severe during the winter season. The most important and freely available source is Sun’s rays. It is the most abundant source of Vitamin D. During the winter …
Kidney Infections and Its Management
The most common cause of kidney infections is Bacteria. It enters your urinary tract through the tube that carries urine from your body (urethra) and can multiply and travel to your kidneys. Bacteria from an infection elsewhere in your body also can spread through your bloodstream to your kidneys. Pyelonephritis is a condition (Infection of …
What is Vertigo
Vertigo is a feeling of imbalance. You may feel like you are spinning or the world around is spinning. It is more often caused due to issues related to the inner ear or the Brain. Some of the most common causes are. BPPV It is known as benign paroxysmal positional vertigo. It is a condition …