About Dr. Rohit Goyal
Dr. Rohit Goyal is a famous gastroenterologist in Dwarka, South West Delhi. AT present, he practices at Express Clinics in Dwarka, South West Delhi and Makkar Superspeciality Hospital in Priyadarshini Vihar, East Delhi. He can be consulted for a range of gastrointestinal problems and procedures such as abdominal pain, anorectal manometry, GERD, heartburn, therapeutic endoscopy, advanced endoscopy, hepatobiliary diseases, liver diseases, HVPG, liver abscess drainage and so on. Previously, Dr. Rohit was associated with India’s leading hospitals such as AIIMS, New Delhi, GB Pant Hospital and BLK Super Speciality Hospital.
Dr. Rohit Goyal is prominent gastroenterologist in Dwarka, South West Delhi who has completed MBBS from Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi in 1999, MD (General Medicine) from the same college in 2003 & DM (Gastroenterology) from All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi in 2009.
Dr. Rohit Goyal is a liver specialist in Dwarka, South West Delhi. He is familiar with UGI endoscopy procedures, having performed over 3,000 diagnostic endoscopies and polypectomy, sclerotherapy, variceal band ligation, stricture dilatation (balloon and savary guillard), achalasia dilatation, pyloric dilatation, injection therapy of peptic ulcer, foreign body removal, etc.
Dr. Rohit Goyal has been involved in research and studies related to gastrointestinal and liver problems. He has written thesis, articles and blogs for various health magazines as well. Dr. Rohit has presented several papers in national and international journals.
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1) Life Member of Indian society of Gastroenterology
1) Presently, Consultant Gastroenterologist at Max Hospital, Patparganj from 2014
2) Formerly, senior research associate at AIIMS, New Delhi.
3) Formerly, Assistant Professor in Department of Gastroenterology at GB Pant hospital
4) Formerly, Consultant Gastroenterologist at BLK Super Speciality Hospital
1) Thesis/dissertation: The spectrum of occult and manifest peripheral and autonomic neuropathy in chronic liver disease: a clinical, electrophysiological and histopathological study.
2) Thesis/dissertation: A prospective study of evolution of organised pancreatic necrosis, its management and outcome.
3) Thesis/dissertation: Chronic hepatitis B: magnitude, viral characteristics and host characteristics.
1) Ribavirin therapy for hepatitis E virus-induced acute on chronic liver failure: a preliminary report. Goyal R, Kumar A, Panda SK, Paul SB, Acharya SK. Antivir Ther.2012 17(6):1091-6.
2) Splenectomy in cirrhosis with hypersplenism: improvement in cytopenias, child's status and institution of specific treatment for hepatitis C with success. Kedia S, Goyal R, Mangla V, Kumar A, SS, Das P, Pal S, Sahni P, Acharya SK. Ann Hepatol. Nov-Dec 2012 11(6):921-9.
3) Prospective derivation and validation of early dynamic model for predicting outcome in patients with acute liver failure. Kumar R, Shalimar, Sharma H, Goyal R, Kumar A, Khanal S, Prakash S, Gupta SD, Panda SK, Acharya SK. Gut. Jul 2012 61(7):1068-75.
4) Primary conservative treatment results in mortality comparable to surgery in patients with infected pancreatic necrosis. Garg PK, Sharma M, Madan K, Sahni P, Banerjee D, Goyal R. Clin Gastroenterol Hepatol. Dec 2010 8(12):1089-1094.e2.
5) Seroprevalence of hepatitis D virus in patients with hepatitis B virus-related liver diseases. Chakraborty P, Kailash U, Jain A, Goyal R, Gupta RK, Das BC, Kar P. Indian J Med Res. Sep 2005 122(3):254-7.
6) Acral and palmo-plantar hyperpigmentation in a patient with disseminated hepatocellular carcinoma. Goyal R, Chalamalasetty SB, Madan K, Paul SB, Arora R, Safaya R, Acharya SK. Indian J Gastroenterol. Nov-Dec 2007 26(6):292-3.
7) Massive hepatomegaly: a presenting manifestation of multiple myeloma. Jain A, Chakraborty P, Rana SS, Kundra A, Goyal R, Das K, Anuradha S, Kar P. Indian J Gastroenterol. Mar-Apr 2003 22(2):62-4.
8) Poster Presentation: Results of sequential therapy with Telbivudine followed by add-on Adefovir in HBeAg positive chronic hepatitis B. Goyal R, Kumar A, Shalimar, Mahanta M, Acharya SK, Duttagupta S. Asia Pacific Digestive Week (APDW) 2010.
1) Poster Presentation: HBeAg negative chronic hepatitis B (CHB) in India: magnitude, viral characteristics and host characteristics. Goyal R, Kumar A, Shalimar, Mahanta M, Acharya SK, Duttagupta S. Asia Pacific Digestive Week (APDW) 2010.
2) Poster Presentation: Antiviral treatment in patients with decompensated HBV cirrhosis. Goyal R, Kalra N, Kumar A, Seth D, Acharya SK. Asia Pacific Association of Liver Disease (APASL) 2010.
3) Poster Presentation: HBeAg negative chronic hepatitis: determinants of fibrosis. Goyal R, Kumar A, Shalimar, Mahanta M, Seth D, Duttagupta S, Acharya SK. Asia Pacific Association of Liver Disease (APASL) 2010