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Dr. Shamik Shah, MD, DNB (Nephrology), ISN Fellow

India
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I can answer all questions related to kidney diseases, hypertension, plasmapheresis and kidney transplantation. I am an Indian-Board certified Nephrologist. I was a post-Doctoral Scholar at the Division of Nephrology & Hypertension,Department of Medicine, University of California, San Diego. My area of interest is Critical care Nephrology and Acute Kidney Injury.

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RAJ P. SINGH M.D.

U.S.
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returns 04/25/2017
I can answer questions related to kidney diseases, Kidney Transplant and hypertension. I am Board certified in Internal Medicine and Nephrology. I also serve as assistant professor at major Medical Universities.

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2017-03-23 Urinary Frequency and Sediment:

Gail,    Thanks for your question on Allexperts.    From the symptoms that you describe, you could be having another stone or an infection. Please ask your primary care provider to order a urine routine

2017-03-08 kidney ultrasound:

S,    Thanks for asking my opinion on Allexperts.    As ultrasound is a very subjective assessment, I'd advise you to undergo a CT scan of the abdomen.    Please ask your primary care provider to order

2017-03-06 fasting and gfr:

Chris,    Thanks for asking my opinion on Allexperts.    It is important to know your definition of "fasting".     Most studies have been done on Muslims during Ramadan. There is no evidence that fasting

2017-01-31 Is my kidney pain/soreness due to vitamin D?:

Kenny,    Thanks for asking my opinion on Allexperts.    I haven't come across any patients or any relevant literature in peer reviewed journals about Vitamin D causing kidney pain. However, the pain needs

2017-01-09 Trace Protein in Urine:

Scott,    Thanks for asking my opinion on Allexperts.    Trace protein in urine usually is benign and should not be a cause for concern. For peace of mind, however, you may ask your primary care provider

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