Overview

Dr. Girish G Nelivigi is a Consultant in the Department of Urology at United Hospitals. He has worked with many prestigious hospitals for over 21 years and gained immense expertise in the field. He is a member of the Karnataka Urological Association and a Member of the Urological Society of India.

Education & Qualifications

  • M.B.B.S - Bangalore Medical College
  • M.S. (General Surgery) -  Command Hospital Air Force, Bangalore University
  • DNB (Urology) -  National Board of Examinations, New Delhi
  • M.Ch (Urology) -  Lokamanya Tilak Municipal General Hospital and Medical College
     

Experience

  • Worked as a Lecturer in Urology at  Lokamanya Tilak Municipal General Hospital, Mumbai(Feb 2002 - Sep 2003). 
  • Worked as a Lecturer in Urology at KEM Hospital, Mumbai. (Sep 2003 - Dec 2007)
  • Worked as Associate Prof. in Urology at Institute of Nephro Urology, Victoria Hospital Campus, Bangalore.  
  • Worked as a Consultant Urologist at  Nelivigi Multispeciality and Urology Hospital, Bangalore and at Sakra World Hospital, Bangalore.
     

Research & Publications

  • Acute Urinary Retention: Have we reached a consensus? Review article in,” The Indian Practitioner”,  Vol. 56,  no .  7,   July 2003.                                                     
  • A case of the 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, the year 2007, volume 23, issue 3. 
  • Malakoplakia of ureter: a rare case. A case report was published in the Indian Journal of Urology in the May 2008 issue.

Specializations

  • Laparoscopic surgeries
  • Reconstructive urology
  • Kidney stone surgeries
  • Renal transplantation
     

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