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Dr. Prashant Jain
Male, 29 Years from New Delhi, Delhi, India
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Dr Prashant Jain is a young and dynamic pediatric surgeon and pediatric urologist. He has been trained in premier institutes, King Edward Memorial Hospital (KEM), Mumbai and Kalawati Saran children’s hospital, New Delhi. He has been a meritorious student throughout his medical career and was gold medalist in his training in pediatric surgery and pediatric urology. He has special expertise and vast experience in pediatric urology and pediatric minimal invasive surgery. He was fortunate to get opportunity to work in Great Ormond Street, London. He has been performing reconstructive surgeries for congenital anomalies with great skills and excellent results. He has successfully treated many cases of previously failed cases of urological anomalies like hypospadias, bladder exstrophy etc. Over the years he has devised his own innovative techniques in several surgical procedures which have won him accolades. He has presented his innovations in various conferences and workshops for which he has received critical acclaim. He has multiple publications in pediatric surgery and pediatric urology in various national and international journals.
Stream:Allopathy
Location:New Delhi, Delhi, India
Zip Code:110005
Year of Birth:1990
Age:29 Years
Gender:Male

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