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Dr. Ramesh Uppada

   MBBS, MD (Pathology), DNB (Clinical Haematology)

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Dr. Ramesh Uppada

  Qualification

MBBS, MD (Pathology), DNB (Clinical Haematology)

  Specialities

Medical Oncology
Haematology and Bone Marrow Transplant

  Locations

HCG Cancer Centre - Visakhapatnam

  Experience

Introduction
Expertise
  • Dr. Ramesh Uppada is well versed in the diagnosis and management of various benign and malignant haematological disorders along with handling haematological and oncological emergencies.
  • He is also skilled in analysing and interpreting peripheral smear, bone marrow aspiration and biopsy, flow cytometry and coagulation tests.
  • Dr. Ramesh is experienced in the management of blood bank and blood component separation.
  • He has knowledge of working in a state-of-the-art bone marrow transplant unit and comprehensive post-transplant care at one of Pune’s reputed hospitals.
Recognition
  • Dr. Ramesh has presented a poster at Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Research Institute, Delhi on “A rare case of diagnosing a primary immunodeficiency disorder- Caspase 8 mutation and managing with Hematopoietic stem cell transplant” in 2019.
  • Dr. Ramesh has presented papers on:
    • A rare case of congenital alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma – AP State conference, IAPM, KMC, Warangal, 2007.
    • Profile of new cases of Hansen’s in a tertiary care hospital - AP State conference, IAPM, RMC, Kakinada, 2008.
    • Prevalence of Human Papillomavirus 16 and 18 in precancerous and cancerous lesions of cervix aided with Polymerase chain reaction-based HPV-DNA sequencing. AP State chapter conference, IAPM, ASRAM, Eluru, 2009. (Award paper category – second prize).
    • Prevalence of Human Papillomavirus in cervical lesions aided with PCR based HPV DNA sequencing. (Received Dr E. Pedaveera Raju Gold Medal for best research paper among investigatory departments in Dec 2009).
  • He was awarded a gold medal by the IAPM AP state chapter.
Publications
  • An interesting case report of ulcerated proliferating pilar tumour (PPT) mimicking squamous cell carcinoma (2014). Journal of Dr NTR University of Health Sciences, 3(2), 111.

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