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Dr. Vikas Bhardwaj

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Dr. Vikas Bhardwaj
Max Multi Speciality Hospital, Greater Noida
Dr. Vikas Bahrdwaj - Max Greater Noida
  • Delhi Medical Council
  • UPMC Registration
  • Neurological Society of India NSI
  • Neurosurgical Society of India NSSI
  • Neuro-Trauma Society of India NTSI
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Work Experience: 
  • Assistant Professor in Neuro-Surgery at School of medical sciences and research (Sharda Hospital) Greater Noida.
  • Senior Resident in Neurosurgery dept of King George’s Medical Universiry, Lucknow India.
  • Senior Resident in Neurosurgery Dept at GTB Hospitals and IBHAS Hospital.
Education & Training: 
  • M.Ch (Neuro-Surgery) from CSM (King George’s) Medical University, Lucknow
  • MS (General Surgery) from CCSU, Meerut
  • MBBS from CCSU, Meerut
Speciality Interest: 
  • Tumors – Microscopic Surgery
  • Endoscopic Procedures
  • Trauma – Head and Spine
  • Peadiatrics Neuro Surgery
Duration Of OPD: 

Max Multi Specialty Hospital, Greater Noida

  • Monday to Saturday – 2 pm -5 pm
Research & Publication: 
  • American journal of neur-oradiology 2011- Apparent diffusion co-efficient with higher b values correlates better with viable cell count, quantified from the cavity of brain abscess.
  • Role of D.W.M.R.I in Management of Brain Abscess
  • Management of post. Fossa abscess- excision vs aspiration