Dr. Goswami Parth Rajendragiri
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MBBS., MD PATHOLOGY
Professional Bio:  Dr. Goswami Parth Rajendragiri is an experienced general physician and a Pathologist with more than ten years of experience. He completed his MBBS in Government Medical College and an MD in Pathology ... Read More 

Experience

10+ Yrs

Languages

English, Gujarati, Hindi

Articles

Published 5+ articles

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Dr. Goswami Parth Rajendragiri is an experienced general physician and a Pathologist with more than ten years of experience. He completed his MBBS in Government Medical College and an MD in Pathology at the Univesity of Bhuvaneswar. Currently, he is practicing in Bhavnagar, Gujarat.

Academics & Trainings

MBBS

Government Medical College

2012


MD PATHOLOGY

Univesity Of Bhuvaneswar

2015

Awards & Publications

Dr. Goswami Parth Rajendragiri has done the following research articles in international journals. 1. A clinical, hematological correlation of autoimmune hemolytic anemia and its clinical implication in IJMRR. 2. Placenta in Normal and Pregnancy Induced Hypertension in relation to its Clinical Significance: A Gross Study in IJSS. 3. Histopathological changes of the placenta in normal and pregnancy-induced hypertension in SEAJCRR. 4. A study on the effectiveness of rapid diagnostic test as compared to ELISA for HBsAg Detection at Blood Bank in Tertiary Care Hospital in SJAMS. 5. Comparative Study of Rapid Diagnostic Test Versus Elisa For HIV Detection At Blood Bank In Tertiary Care Hospital in JMSCR. 6 (Journal of Research in Medical and Dental Science). RBC Histogram as a diagnostic tool in anemia in IOSR-JDMS. 7. Hematological profile of sickle cell disorder in tertiary care hospital in IOSR-JDMS. 8. Histopathological Changes of Syncytial knot in Normal and Pregnancy Induced Hypertension in IJSRR. 9. Study and analysis of occupational exposure leading to bloodborne infection among Healthcare workers in JRMDS.