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About Prof. Dr. Ashok Govila, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Dubai

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Dr Ashok Govila

Professor Dr. Ashok Govila
MBBS, MS, M.Ch. FRCS
(England)
Consultant Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeon

Board Certified Plastic Surgeon

MEMBER OF ISAPS

Member of ASPS

Member of BAPS

 

 


He is the most senior and experienced plastic surgeon of United Arab Emirates namely Professor Dr. Ashok Govila with experience of over 35 years in Aesthetic Plastic surgery including in England. He has some more than fifty thousand successful surgical procedures ending into delighted patients to his credit. 

Professor Dr. Ashok Govila was formerly working as a Consultant Plastic Surgeon in the United Kingdom National Health Service. He was based on the Middleborough General Hospital Northern Regional Health Authority, Newcastle upon Tyne. Today His areas of special interest include Nose job, Breast Job, Body Sculpturing, tummy tuck, fat transfer breast and face, reconstructive surgery of the face, breast and abdomen. 

Professor Dr. Ashok Govila is a British trained Aesthetic, and Reconstructive surgeon. He is recognized internationally as an author of several books in the field of plastic surgery such as “Practical approach to plastic surgery” and “alternative free flaps” and co-author of several books. At Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research in Chandigarh he was churned and trained ceaselessly for 2 years by top two Indian Plastic surgeons namely Prof CBK and Prof. C. P. Sahwney during 1975-77. The fire to ascend and serve them asses better took this young and well-trained plastic surgeon in England (1978- 1983) where he was exposed to microsurgical methods of reconstruction by Prof. D. A. McGrowther at Shotely Bridge Hospital, Consett, CO. Durham in the north of England.

He received advanced Plastic surgery training at the largest plastic surgery unit of international fame namely Canniesburn Hospital in Glasgow, England where he was exposed to stalwarts of plastic surgery like Tom Gibson , Ian MacGragor, Ian Jackson, Graham Lister, D.A. MacGrowther. His contemporaries of that time like David Souter are now the chairman of Canniesburn Hospital. Some of his teachers like R.C Bell have contributed chapters in Surgical Treatise of Operative Surgery by Rohdney Smith.

This experience was greatly used when he returned back home in 1983 to join as Assistant professor at the parent institution Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh. During 1986 Professor worked as Consultant Plastic Surgeon at Middleborough General Hospital for some time .It was in India due to the inability to practice microsurgery the birth of the method described in the book took place. He ascended fast into an associate and then into an additional professor in 1986. In 1993 Professor Ashok moved to Abu Dhabi and then in 2007 moved to Dubai. His keen interest in Aesthetic surgery now finds him among the top aesthetic plastic surgeon in the region. He excels in Breast augmentation, Breast lift, Rhinoplasty, female and male rejuvenation procedures, Liposuction and Gynaecomastia. His hobbies include oil painting on canvas and photography.

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He was trained in United Kingdom under National Health Services which included hospitals like Canniesburn Hospital in Glasgow, Dundee Royal Infirmary, Dirham Royal Infirmary Durham health Authority in North West Durham Health District , Shotely Bridge Hospital in Newcastle, Perth Royal Infirmary and Bridge of Earn Hospital ,Tayside Health Board – Perth and Kinross district in Scotland where he independently conducted outpatient referrals and operative sessions. He learned his microsurgical skills and hand surgery under Professor D.A. McGrowther a thorough Scotsman, who later got the distinction of being the Professor of Plastic surgery in London.He also spent good deal of time with Mr.R.C.Bell who has been a co-author in Rodney Smith book; a treatise on operative surgery in 15 volumes.

He was selected for advanced plastic surgery training in Plastic and Maxillo-facial Surgery Services , at Canniesburn hospital in Glasgow which is the largest and most renowned plastic surgery unit known internationally .This unit is respected as the mother unit for the discipline of plastic surgery at a global level and it owes its repo from being the mother of stalwarts like Tom Gibson, Ian McGregor, Ian Jackson and Gram Lister and Mr. K. F. Moos. Under the patronage of some of them he completed his flap course and advance plastic and aesthetic surgical training.

He also visited Wexempark Hospital in London to learn highly refined hand surgery .He was a frequent visitor to Harley Street to update his aesthetic surgery skills.

Author of a number of scientific publications and having made several international presentations, and having chaired many international conferences including in San Francisco Prof Dr. Ashok Govila is the first plastic surgeon who managed to create some kind of order among plastic surgeons of Dubai and UAE by creating an organization for plastic surgeons of United Arab Emirates which started as a baby in 1995 with the membership of 9 surgeons (out of which 4 visiting surgeons) which has now acclaimed internationally and has the patronage of ISAPS (International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery). Professor Ashok was the first secretary of this organization

Royal college of Surgeons of England facilitated him with the honor of FRCS in 2004 based on his authority in his profession and work in UAE. Similar honor was bestowed upon him many years back by the Indian Association of Surgeons when he was granted honorary degree of FAIS.

He has surgical procedures that goes by his name like Govila’s Extracorporeal Tissue Transfer which he invented in 1984 and worked the refinements until 1993 and published a book on operative surgery of this procedure.

He was the first microvascular surgeon in 1983 to have started the first Microsurgery Unit in India at Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research , in Chandigarh, India. This university hospital has the distinction of being the home of the father of Indian Plastic Surgery Professor C. Balakrishnan who was trained during and after the World War II. by History makers like Sir. Harold Gillies and Mr. Kilner

He was the first microvascular surgeon in 1983 to have started the first Microsurgery Unit in India at Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research , in Chandigarh, India. This university hospital has the distinction of being the home of the father of Indian Plastic Surgery Professor C. Balakrishnan who was trained during and after the World War II. by History makers like Sir. Harold Gillies and Mr. Kilner

His principle work and interest for past 15 years has been in cosmetic surgery where He has operated on more than 16000 patients. Within cosmetic surgery he is most interested in Augmentation and Reduction Memmoplasty ,Rhinoplasty (Nose Job) and Abdominoplasty(Tummy tuck)Lip augmentation, Fat transfer and cosmetic dermatology like Mesotherapy, Facial fillers, Botox, Liposuction and Lipolysis (dissolving fat chemically). He has a wide range of experience in fixing problems created by complications of other surgeons.

He is an artist by nature which is most suited for his profession of creation of beauty.

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Inventions of Professor Ashok

International Books Published or Contributed

Present position

Total Experiencek

Strengths

Surgical achievements

Philosphical & Metaphysical Contributions

Educational Qualifications

Hospital Experience

Publications in International Transactions

International Conferences Chaired or Organized

 
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INVENTIONS OF PROFESSOR ASHOK :

1. INSTRUMENTS INVENTED : Micro vascular clips for anastomosis 1987

  1. Self retaining Microsurgical retractors 1987
  2. Micro surgical anastomotic ring
  3. Intra oral light source for cleft Palate surgery

2. FLAPS INVENTED :

  1. Nasolabial island flap for reconstruction of anterior palatal fistula
  2. Nasolabial island flap for reconstruction of angle of mouth, upper and lower lip.

3. EQUIPMENT INVENTED :

  1. Indigenously designed operating microscope in 1987
  2. Indigenous fibro optic light source for intra oral and palatal surgery 1989
 

INTERNATIONAL BOOKS PUBLISHED OR CONTRIBUTED

  1. Alternative free flaps - Extracorporeal Tissue Transfer - published Jan 2004 with Coauthor Dr. Anshul Govila
  2. A practical approach to plastic and reconstructive surgery, Interprint- Wolfe international publications, India,july1993
  3. The yearbook of plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgery, yearbook of medical publishing inc.chicago, USA99, 1990
  4. Transactions of the 9th international congress of plastic and reconstructive surgery, tata McGraw hill publishing co. New Delhi, India, march 1987
  5. Oral oncology volume ii , Macmillan India ltd, New Delhi, India page 274 - 278 dec.1991
  6. Reference Asia, volume vi, rafaciomento international new Delhi, India 591, 1991
  7. Reconstructive microsurgery current trends published by ISRM, Singapore. 1996 page 203 – 206
  8. Who is who in the world, marquis who' is who in America publications USA 15th edition p.515 1998
  9. The barons 500 leader for the new century 2000 commemorative edition baron’s who’s who -USA page 207 may 2000
  10. Who’s who in medicine and health care 2000 millennium edition. American publication page 402, October 2000.and 2009 in the print

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PRESENT POSITION
 
CHIEF AND CONSULTANT PLASTIC SURGEON - JEBEL ALI HOSPITAL DUBAI

VISITING PLASTIC SURGEON – LIFELINE MEDICAL CENTRE, JBR ( JUMERAH BEACH RESIDENCE)

VISITING PLASTIC SURGEON – BRITISH MEDICAL CONSULTING CENTER, JUMERAH 1,OPPOSITE MARKATO MALL DUBAI

VISITING CONULTANT - WELCARE HOSPTIAL DUBAI

VISITING CONULTANT – MEDCARE HOSPITAL, NEAR SAFA PARK,DUBAI

RECENT PAST POSITION:

Professor (Addl) of Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery

Postgraduate institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh, India during 1989 – 1993

 
 
TOTAL EXPERIENCE
 

Total Plastic and Aesthetic surgery experience of 33 years

Post Majestica Chirurgica ( super specialization ) experience 33 years.

Approximated number of patients treated 25000 for aesthetic surgery and 50,000 for reconstructive surgery.

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STRENGTHS
 

Ability for correct judgment while deciding among the surgical options for a given aesthetic problem towards achieving the best possible results, since this is of prime importance in the field of aesthetic surgery.

Ability to implement such decisions with skill and surgical dexterity involving the entire team in the process.

Ability to train the junior doctors under training during and after operation theater sessions.

Capable to command the team of doctors, nurses, technical and paramedical staff during surgery and after surgery and getting their total attention and loyalty towards the job in hand.

ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Established the first Micro Vascular Surgery unit in a country as large as India in 1983 at PGI Chandigarh.

Constituted the First Microsurgical Association in India in 1986 known today as microsurgical group.

Created the Plastic surgery Association of UAE under Emirates Medical Association in 1996 and were a founder member and the first secretary of this association for first two years.

Enacted as Chairman of the Academic affairs at Mafraq hospital for plastic surgery.

Assigned as Chairman of the mortality and morbidity committee at Mafraq hospital for the Dept of plastic surgery.

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SURGICAL ACHIEVEMENTS
 

Highly endowed to have invented the technique extra corporeal tissue transfer, now used world wide for reconstruction of difficult defects of the body also called alternative free flaps in 1984. Published in almost all American and British journals several times since 1986.

Praised to have propagated and popularized the use of organ reconstruction by prefabrication such as penis and nose.

Acclaimed to have invented the technique symbiotic tissue transfer, for reconstruction of difficult defects of the body in 1987.

Demonstrated the viability of primary reconstruction in animal bite defects by using myocutaneous and fasciocutaneous flaps in head and neck in 1985.

Credited to have extended the use of Latissimus dorsi myocutaneous flap as an active motor unit for active flexion of fingers in volckman’s ischemic contracture in 1986.

Praised to have designed an operation for reduction memmoplasty that yields better breast shape after surgery.

Attributed to have reconstructed total penis amputation without the help of operating microscope.

Contributed towards mandiblar reconstruction using synthetic materials like methyl meth acryelate.

Initiated the term and the surgical method called “Salvage Replantation’ for those parts of body that are damaged beyond salvageable replantation.

Demonstrated the extended use of pectoralis major myocutaneous flap by using it as de-epithelialzed flap for contour defects of face such as for hemi facial atrophy of face.

IDEAS EVOLVED AND PROPAGATED
Ascribed to have created methods for easier and effective learning of micro vascular surgery on cadaveric chickens.

Accredited to have helped practicing microsurgical techniques by using avulsed skin.

Demonstrated the use of Aluminum foil in calculating the three dimensional soft tissue facial problems.

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PHILOSOPHICAL AND METAPHYSICAL CONTRIBUTIONS
 

Following mind provocative thoughts published in the international journals :

  1. Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder - Plastic and Reconstructive journal from USA
  2. Interospection chirurgiae plasticae - Plastic and Reconstructive journal from USA
  3. Microsurgery a mess - Plastic and Reconstructive journal form USA

INVENTIONS OF PROFESSOR ASHOK :

1. INSTUMENTS INVENTED : Micro vascular clips for anastomosis 1987

  1. Self retaining Microsurgical retractors 1987
  2. Micro surgical anastomotic ring
  3. Intra oral light source for cleft Palate surgery

2. FLAPS INVENTED :

  1. Nasolabial island flap for reconstruction of anterior palatal fistula
  2. Nasolabial island flap for reconstruction of angle of mouth, upper and lower lip.

3. EQUIPMENT INVENTED :

  1. Indigenously designed operating microscope in 1987
  2. Indigenous fibro optic light source for intra oral and palatal surgery 1989

INTERNATIONAL BOOKS PUBLISHED OR CONTRIBUTED

  1. Alternative free flaps - Extracorporeal Tissue Transfer - published Jan 2004 with Coauthor Dr. Anshul Govila
  2. A practical approach to plastic and reconstructive surgery, Interprint - Wolfe international publications, India, july1993
  3. The yearbook of plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgery, yearbook of medical publishing inc.chicago, USA 99, 1990
  4. Transactions of the 9th international congress of plastic and reconstructive surgery, tata McGraw hill publishing co. New Delhi, India, march 1987
  5. Oral oncology volume ii , Macmillan India ltd, New Delhi, India page 274 - 278 dec.1991
  6. Reference Asia, volume vi, rafaciomento international new Delhi, India 591, 1991
  7. Reconstructive microsurgery current trends published by ISRM, Singapore.1996 page 203 – 206
  8. Who is who in the world, marquis who’ is who in America publications USA 15th edition p.515 1998
  9. The barons 500 leader for the new century 2000 commemorative edition baron’s who’s who -USA page 207 may 2000
  10. Who’s who in medicine and health care 2000 millennium edition. American publication page 402, October 2000.11.


RECENT PAST RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Supervising, training and coordinating a staff of 8 plastic surgeons in the largest and the only plastic surgery unit having more than 30 beds for aesthetic and reconstructive surgery.
  2. To provide 24 hours emergency cover 365 days in a year as related to Plastic and reconstructive surgery in the largest (450 beded) teaching and tertiary hospital in UAE.
  3. To schedule cold and elective aesthetic surgery for two operations tables a week through out the year.
  4. To train junior doctors to perform aesthetic and reconstructive surgery operations skillfully and safely.
  5. To prepare, update and present scientific and teaching materials in the CME meetings of the Mafraq hospital.
  6. To prepare and present clinical achievements in international forums around the world including USA, JAPAN , AUSTRIA other then gulf countries.
  7. To chair sessions pertaining to aesthetic surgery in international conferences.
  8. To organize international meetings such as GulfPlast 2000 in Dubai.
  9. To plan the budget, float the tenders and purchase equipments and the disposables for the dept of plastic surgery on yearly basis.

1983-93 Ten Years

  • While I was well settled in England after finishing my basic and advanced training in aesthetic plastic surgery I was called back home to join the largest Plastic Surgery unit of India namely Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research in Chandigarh India to deliver the goods that I have learned in England by then Head of the Dept. Prof. C. P. Sawhney.
  • PGIMER is the oldest and the largest plastic and aesthetic surgery unit of the country and therefore the workload was tremendous in this setting.
  • Union Territory of Chandigarh was the capital of three states and there fore it had to be the best and there were no paucity of funds. Several highways and extensive agriculture surrounded the town.
  • I was asked to establish advanced Plastic surgery facilities such as aesthetic surgery and micro vascular surgery and run these units as Assit. Professor.
  • Because of my dynamism and commitment to the discipline I was soon promoted first to associate professor and then to professors position in these 10 years time.
  • One of the most severe and most extensive faciomaxillary and extremity traumas I managed and treated during this period. It was then that I invented a technique of reconstruction now called extra corporeal tissue transfer.
  • Being a university Hospital, it sued to cater patients from each and every medical college and from each and every town in the country of 100 million populations.
  • There were two professor, two additional professors, two associate and one assistant professor other then 12 senior registrars (M.Ch) and 6 MS students. A total of 24 doctors unit it was.
  • Only the HOD was supposed to be designated as Professor all other professors in the dept to be designated as additional Professor. I was finally promoted to additional professor.
  • PGI was a 600 beded hospital then and must be much larger now. Fifty beds were allotted to plastic and aesthetic surgery unit of ours.
  • To teach and train the post graduate students (preparing for Majestica chirurgica- superspecialization) about total of 12.
  • I treated around a 1000 cases of aesthetic surgery and some 5000 cases of trauma during these 10 years.
  • Routine responsibilities included
  • *To plan and make purchases for the newly established discipline with in plastic surgery unit.
  • *To prepare publications based on dept. work on aesthetic and plastic surgery for international journals such as PRS and BJPS (American and British publications)
  • To present academic materials in national and international forums.
  • To organize, and conduct journal clubs, seminars, Planning sessions, mortality and morbidity meetings and the CME in the dept.
  • To teach post graduates students
  • To undertake emergency cover for the unit

1978 – 1983 Period spent in England

  • This was a period of my introduction to England and not only to the new way of living and thinking loud but to learn, practice and perform accordingly. Main achievements during this time was the extensive training that I underwent toward advanced Aesthetic surgery procedures such as aesthetic Rhinoplasty, Face lift and Memmoplasty and their skill full application and execution.
  • Several training programmes like advanced Plastic surgery training course, in Oxford, and at Royal college of Surgeons in London, and the well known “flaps course” at Canniesburn Hospital in Glasgow, England were attended during this time. Toward the later part I used to get involved in the organizing of these courses as demonstrator.
  • Here I treated some 600 cases of Aesthetic Surgery and about 1000 cases of Trauma under the guidance and supervision of Prof. D. A. Mcgrowther and Mr.R.C.Bell in the beginning and later treated them independently.
  • Among other projects one of the projects that was of much use later in my life was learning the details of different flap anatomy and their execution on cadavers. This Cadaveric dissection was possible because of the easy availability of cadavers at Shotely Bridge General Hospital .Some times tissues like cadaveric Nerves were harvested to be sent to Canniesburn hospital for the use during Flap Course.
  • During this period I completed FRCS part one. I never bothered about part two since I was already well trained and fully qualified plastic and aesthetic surgeon by then, holding a good position and having a reputation in England.

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EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
 

FRCS (ENGLAND) HONORARY 2004

MCH (PLASTIC SURGERY) INDIA 1977 – PGIMER CHANDIGARH

MS (General surgery) 1975 – GRMC – GWALIOR INDIA

MBBS – 1970 – INDIA GRMC

 
 
 
 
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ADVANCED PLASTIC SURGERY COURSES IN ENGLAND

  • ADVANCED PLASTIC SURGERY TRAINING COURSE, 1980 OXFORD, ENGLAND
  • CANNIESBURN PLASTIC SURGERY TRAINING COURSE, 1980 GLASGOW, ENGLAND
  • ADVANCED PLASTIC SURGERY TRAINING COURSE 1980 ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS, LONDON, ENGLAND
  • MICROVASCULAR SURGERY TRAINING COURSE, 1981 CANNIESBURN HOSPITAL, GLASGOW,ENGLAND

REGISTRATION

  1. GENERAL MEDICAL COUNCIL, (GMC) ENGLAND FULL REGISTRATION NO 2425838 -2nd JUNE 1978
  2. MEDICAL AND DENTAL UNION OF SCOTLAND (MDU) FULL REGISTRATION NO. G/10/74
  3. MEDICAL COUNCIL OF INDIA FULL REGISTRATION NO. 8289 - 5.7.1975
  4. MEDICAL LICENSE TO PRACTICE SURGERY IN ABU DHABI UNITED ARAB EMIRATES OCT.1991

MEMBERSHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS

  1. MEMBER, (ASPS) AMERICAN SOCIETY OF PLASTIC SURGEONS
  2. MEMBER, (ISAPS) INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF AESTHETIC PLASTIC SURGERY
  3. ACTIVE MEMBER OF THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR RECONSTRUCTIVE MICROSURGERY. USA
  4. MEMBER OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR RECONSTRUCTIVE MICROSURGERYUSA
  5. MEMBER OF THE SOCIETY FOR MICROSURGICAL SPECIALIST USA
  6. MEMBER OF THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION OF PLASTIC SURGEONS ENGLAND
  7. MEMBER OF THE INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF PLASTIC SURGEONS.USA
  8. FULL FELLOW MEMBER OF THE INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF AESTHETIC SURGERY AND AESTHETIC MEDICINE CANADA
  9. MEMBER OF EMIRATES MEDICAL ASSOCIATION UAE
  10. MEMBER OF INDIAN ASSOCIATION OF PLASTIC SURGEON
  11. MEMBER OF INDIAN ASSOCIATION OF SURGEONS
  12. FOUNDER MEMBER OF MICROSURGICAL GROUP OF INDIA
  13. TEACHER/SUPERVISOR TO FCPS EXAMINATION FOR ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICANS AND SURGEONS OF PAKISTAN. 2001 - 2009
  14. LISCENING AUTHORITY EXAMINER TO SANCTION MEDICAL LICENSE TO PRACTICE PLASTIC SURGERY IN EMIRATES DURING 1993-2007
 
 
HOSPITAL EXPERIENCE
 

CHIEF AND SENIOR CONSULTANT 3 YEARS MAFRAQ HOSPITAL, PLASTIC SURGERY, ABU DHABI, UAE.

SENIOR CONSULTANT 14 YEAR
MAFRAQ HOSPITAL, PLASTIC SURGERY, ABU DHABI, UAE.

PROFESSOR (ADDL)5 YEARS POSTGRADUATE INSTITUTE (ADDL.) OF MEDICAL EDUCATION AND
RESEARCH, CHANDIGARH. JULY 89 TO MARCH 93 INDIA

CONSULTANT MIDDLESBOURGH GENERAL PLASTIC SURGEON HOSPITAL, MIDDLESBOURGH
Northern Regional Health Authority, Newcastle upon Tyne, ENGLAND
19 July 1987 to 3rd sept.87

PROFESSOR 2 YEARS POSTGRADUATE INSTITUTE (ASSOCIATE) OF MEDICAL EDUCATION AND RESEARCH, CHANDIGARH, INDIA. JULY 87 TO JULY 89.

PROFESSOR 4 YEARS POSTGRADUATE INSTITUTE (ASST.) OF MEDICAL EDUCATION AND RESEARCH, CHANDIGARH, INDIA. DEC.83 TO JULY 87

REGISTRAR 2 YEARS BRIDGE OF EARN HOSPITAL PLASTIC SURGERY 1981 TO 83 PERTH, SCOTLAND, ENGLAND.
5TH YEAR GRADE

REGISTRAR 2 YEARS SHOTELY BRIDGE GENERAL PLASTIC SURGERY AND HOSPITAL, CONSETT, DURHAM. 5TH YEAR GRADE 79 TO 81 ENGLAND. 7 MONTHS

SENIOR HOUSE ONE YEAR BRIDGE OF EARN HOSPITAL OFFICER PERTH, SCOTLAND
PLASTIC SURGERY - FINAL YEAR GRAD. 1978 TO 1979

(LECTURER) OF MEDICAL SCIENCE GENERAL SURGERY SEWAGRAM, MAHATMA GANDHI INSTITUTE, WARDHA, INDIA
CONSULTANT 9 MONTHS.

REGISTRAR 2 YEARS POSTGRADUATE INSTITUTE PLASTIC SURGERY 75 TO 77 MEDICAL EDUCATION AND RESEARCH, CHANDIGARH, INDIA.

REGISTRAR 2 YEARS J.A. GROUP OF HOSPITALS, GENERAL SURGERY 73 TO 75 JIWAJI UNIVERSITY, GWALIOR, INDIA

SENIOR HOUSE 1 YEAR J.A. GROUP OF HOSPITALS OFFICER 72 TO 73 JIWAJI UNIVERSITY, GWALIOR, GENERAL SURGERY, INDIA.

HOUSE OFFICER 1 YEAR J.A.GROUP OF HOSPITALS ROTATING 71 TO 72 JIWAJI UNIVERSITY, GWALIOR, INDIA.

TEACHING ASSIGNMENTS During 1970 - 2003

  • At Gajra Raja Medical College, Gwalior, MP, India to teach general surgery to the medical students, Interns, and the house officers in surgery.1970-74
  • At Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research to teach plastic surgery to postgraduate medical students appearing for examination of MS degree in general surgery during 1974-77.
  • At Mahatma Gandhi Medical College Wardha, Maharashtra, India to surgery teach the medical students of final professional examination during 197-78.
  • At Tayside Health Board, Bridge of Earn Hospital, Perth, Scotland to teach Plastic surgery to the FRCS students posted in rotation to different disciplines during 1978-79.
  • At Durham Health Authority, shotely Bridge General hospital, Co. Durham, England to teach Plastic surgery to the FRCS students and nursing students during 1979-83.
  • At Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research to teach plastic surgery to postgraduate medical students appearing for examination of MS degree in general surgery, MCH in Plastic surgery during 1983 - 93.
  • At Ministry of Health , Mafraq Hospital to teach plastic surgery to FRCS students that rotate in various surgical disciplines in the hospital during 1993-2003
  • At Royal College of Surgeons of Pakistan to be the teacher and the examiner for the FRCS students during 2001-2009.

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PUBLICATIONS CONTRIBUTED IN INTERNATIONAL TRANSACTIONS
 
  1. TRANSACTIONS OF THE FIRST JOINT CONGRESS OF EUROPEAN PLASTIC SURGERY ASSOCIATION, INNSBRUCK, AUSTRIA, SEPT. 1981
  2. TRANSACTIONS OF THE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, MADRAS, INDIA NOV.1989
  3. TRANSACTION OF THE FIRST COMBINED INDIA BRITISH MEETING OF THE INDIAN SOCIETY FOR THE SURGERY THE HAND AND THE BRITISH SOCIETY FOR THE SURGERY OF THE HAND, GOA, INDIA NOV.1991
  4. TRANSACTIONS OF THE XTH ASIAN - PACIFIC FEDERATION CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS AND 39TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF I C S - I S, BAN GALORE, INDIA NOV.1993
  5. TRANSACTIONS OF THE FIRST ANNUAL MEETING AND COURSE OF GCC ASSOCIATION OF PLASTIC SURGEONS, KUWAIT MARCH 1994 PAGE 28,
  6. TRANSACTIONS OF THE 12TH CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL MICROSURGICAL SOCIETY, NARA, JAPAN. OCT.1994 PAGE 78, 90.100,
  7. RESTORATION OF FACIAL CONTOUR IN PROGRESSIVE HEMIFACIAL ATROPHY USING FASCIA FAT FLAP, TRANSACTIONS OF THE 12TH CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL MICROSURGICAL SOCIETY, NARA, JAPAN, 1994 PAGE 78,
  8. SYMBIOTIC TISSUE TRANSFER - A NEW CONCEPT IN RECONSTRUCTIVE PLASTIC SURGERY, TRANSECTIONS OF THE 12TH CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL MICROSURGICAL SOCIETY, NARA, JAPAN,PAGE 9O,1994
  9. THE RADIAL FOREARM FLAP - EXPERIENCES WITH THE EXTRAORDINARY PROCEDURE, TRANSACTIONS OF THE 12TH CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL MICROSURGICAL SOCIETY, NARA ,JAPAN, 1994 PAGE 100
  10. ALTERNATIVE FREE FLAP RECONSTRACTIVE MICROSURGERY CURRENT TRENDS ,ISRM SINGAPORE PAGE203-206 .1996
  11. AN ALTERNATIVE FREE FLAP - TECHNIQUE AND 12 YEARS FOLLOWUP, JOURNAL OF RECONSTRUCTIVE MICROSURGERY,USA 13(2): 111-115, 1997.
  12. GULF EXPERIENCE OF AESTHETIC BREAST SURGERY,TRANSECTIONS OF 12TH CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONFEDERATION FOR PLASTIC,RECONSTRUCTIVE,AND AESTHETIC SURGERY, July 99
  13. GULF EXPERIENCE OF AESTHETIC RHINOPLASTY, TRANSECTIONS OF 12TH CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONFEDERATION FOR PLASTIC, RECONSTRUCTIVE, AND AESTHETIC SURGERY July 99
  14. ALTERNATIVE FREE FLAP - TECHNIQUE AND 12 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRANSACTIONS OF 12TH CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONFEDERATION FOR PLASTIC, RECONSTRUCTIVE, AND AESTHETIC SURGERY July 99

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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES (CHAIRED OR ORGANISED) & JOURNALS PAPERS PUBLISHED
 
  
  1. SECOND G.C.C.PLASTIC SURGERY CONGRESS ON 5 - 9TH Nov.1995 AT DUBAI UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
  2. CHAIRMAN FOR THE MICROSUGERY WORKSHOP UNDER SECOND G.C.C.PLASTIC SURGERY CONGRESS, UAE 5.11.95,
  3. CHAIRMAN FOR THE SESSION ON MISCELLENOUS PLASTIC SURGERY UNDER SECOND CONGRESS OF GCC PLASTIC SURGERY CONGRESS, DUBAI UAE 6.11.95
  4. CHAIRMEN, FOR SESSION ON COSEMTIC SURGERY UNDER 12TH CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONFEDERATION FOR PLASTIC,RECONSTRUCTIVE,AND AESTHETIC SURGERY ,SAN FRANCISCO,USA. 27TH JUNE - 2ND JULY 1999
  5. CHAIRMEN FOR SESSION ON HAND AND MICROSURGERY UNDER GULF PLAST 2000,6TH ANNUAL CONGRESS OF THE PAN -ARAB ASSOCIATION FOR BURNS AND PLASTIC SURGERY,DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES. 19TH - 24TH FEB 2000
  6. ORAGANISE MEMBER OF THE 6TH ANNUAL CONGRESS OF THE PAN -ARAB ASSOCIATION FOR BURNS AND PLASTIC SURGERY, DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES 19TH - 24TH FEB 2000
  7. Chairperson MedPlast – Arab Health Dubai UAE19-21 Jan 2004
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INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS PAPERS PUBLISHED

  1. A SIMPLE MODEL ON WHICH TO PRACTICE MICROSURGERY TECHNIQUE: A FRESH CHICKEN. BRITISH JOURNAL OF PLASTIC SURGERY. 34:486 - 487,1981
  2. A NEW SURGICAL TECHNIQUE OF RECONSTRUCTION IN SEVERE VOLKMAN’S ISCHEMIC CONTRACTURE.TRANSECTIONS OF INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF PLASTIC SURGEONS.TATA McGraw HILL PUBLISHING CO.NEW DELHI ,INDIA 1987
  3. RECONSTRUCTION OF PARTIAL RECTAL AND SECRAL LOSS BY GRACILIS AND GLUTEUS MAXIMUS MUSCLE ISLAND TRANSFER- REPORT OF A CASE,DISEASES OF COLON AND RECTUM, USA 31:470 - 473 ,1988
  4. SKIN MARKING MADE EASY AND ECONOMICAL,BRITISH JOURNALOF PLASTIC SURGERY, ENGLAND 41:554 ,1988
  5. INEXPENSIVE INDEGENOUS SIMULATED FIBREOPTIC LIGHT,PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY, USA 82:553 - 554,1988
  6. NON MICROSURGICAL TRANSFER OF DORSALIS PEDIS NEUROVASCULAR ISLAND FLAP TO DISTANT DEFECTS, USING NERVE SHARING TECHNIQUE,ACTA CHIRURGIAE PLSTICAE,CZECHOSLOVAKIA 30(1): 153 - 161,1988
  7. PRIMARY RECONSTRUCTION OF MAJOR LOSS OF JAW BY AN ANIMAL BITE USING “RIB SANDWICH” PECTORALIS MAJOR, BRITISH JOURNAL OF PLASTIC SURGERY, ENGLAND 42:101 - 103,1989
  8. INDEGENOUS INEXPENSIVE OPERATING MICROSCOPE,BRITISH JOURNAL OF PLASTIC SURGERY, ENGLAND 42:233 - 234 .1989
  9. SIMPLIFIED MICROVASCULAR CLAMPS , BRITISH JOURNAL OF PLASTIC SURGERY, ENGLAND 42:347 - 348,1989
  10. THE USE OF LATTISIMUS DORSI MUSCLE ISLAND AS AN ACTIVE MOTOR UNIT FOR DIGITAL FLEXION,BRITISH JOURNAL OF HAND SURGERY, ENGLAND 12:147 - 154, 1989
  11. NON MICROSURGICAL EXTRACORPOREAL DISTANT TISSUE TRANSFER.EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PLASTIC SURGERY. 12:99 - 102,1989
  12. EARLY EXCISION AND PRIMARY RESURFACING OF THE WOUNDS FOLLOWING HIGH VOLTAGE ELECTRIC BURN.EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PLASTIC SURGERY. USA 12:147 - 154,1989
  13. EXTRACORPOREAL TISSUE TRANSFER. PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY. USA 84:367 - 369,1989
  14. RECONSTRUCTION OF HEMIMENDIBLE AND T.M.JOINT COMPLEX USING PREFABRICATED METHYL METHACRYLATE IMPLANT.PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY, USA 84(2): 370 - 372,1989
  15. NERVE APPORTIONMENT IN MICRONEURAL SURGERY.BRITISH JOURNAL OF PLASTIC SURGERY.ENGLAND. 42:570 - 572,1989
  16. EXTRACORPOREAL TISSUE TRANSFER FOR EXTENSIVE FACIAL DEFECTS ,BRITISH JOURNAL OF PLASTIC SURGERY, ENGLAND 42:521 - 525, 1989
  17. NASOLABIAL MYOCUTANEOUS FLAP FOR RECONSTRUCTION OF PALATAL FISTULA - A CASE REPORT.ACTA CHIRURGIAE PLASTICAE CZECHOSLOVAKIA 32(1): 40 - 45,1990
  18. METHYL METHACRYLATE IN BONY RECONSTRUCTION.BRITISH JOUNAL OF PLASTIC SURGERY,ENGLAND 43:210 - 216,1990
  19. MICROSURGICAL PRACTICE ON AVULSED SKIN .BRITISH JOURNAL OF PLASTIC SURGERY, ENGLAND. 43:250 - 251,1990
  20. EXTRACORPOREAL TISSUE TRANSFER FOR RECONSTRUCTION OF DEFECTS IN HEAD AND NECK.ANNALS OF PLASTIC SURGERY.USA 24(2): 109, 1990
  21. MACRO ZOOMING MADE SIMPLE AND ECONOMICAL.BRITISH JOURNAL OF PLASTIC SURGERY,ENGLAND 43:386 - 387,1990
  22. MICROSURGERY A MESS.PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY USA 86(2):381, 1990
  23. ALUMINIUM FOIL FOR THREE DIMENSIONAL DEFECTS, BRITISH JOURNAL OF PLASTIC SURGERY,ENGLAND 43(6): 744, 1990
  24. THE RADIAL FOREARM FLAP FOR RECONSTRUCTION OF UPPER EXTREMITY,PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY,USA 86(5): 929 - 927, 1990
  25. RESTORATION OF FACIAL CONTOUR BY DE-EPITHELIZED PECTORALIS MAJOR MYOCUTANEOUS FLAP,ANNALS OF PLASTIC SURGERY,USA 27(1): 80 - 86,1991
  26. PROBOSIS LATERALIS TYPE IV: A REPORT FROM INDIAN SUBCONTINENT, ACTA CHIRURGAE PLASTICAE CZECHOSLOVAKIA 33(1): 34 - 38,1991
  27. BEAUTY IS IN THE EYES OF THE BEHOLDER ,PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY,USA 87(1): 199 - 200,1991
  28. INTEROSPECTION CHIRURGIAE PLASTICAE, PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY ,USA. 87(3): 584,1991
  29. MICROVASCULAR ANASTOMOTIC FRAME ,PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY ,USA. 87(6): 1143,1991
  30. SELF-RETAINING MICRORETRACTORS .PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY, USA. 88(2) 375 - 376,1991
  31. EXTRACORPOREAL METHOD OF TISSUE TRANSFER FOR INTRAORAL RECONSTRUCTION.ORAL ONCOLOGY USA 2:274 - 278,1991
  32. EXTRACORPOREAL TISSUE TRANSFER FOR INTRAORAL RECONSTRUCTION, BRITISH JOURNAL OF PLASTIC SURGERY.ENGLAND 45:388 - 390,1992
  33. EXTRACORPOREAL TISSUE TRANSFER FOR SALVAGE REPLANTATION Acta Chir Plast. 1992;34(3):148-56.
  34. IMPROVISATION IN WRAP AROUND TOE TO THUMB TRANSFER. ACTA CHIURGIAE PLASTICAE, 1993;35(3-4):101-10
  35. THE RADIAL FOREARM FLAP: EXPERIENCES WITH THE EXTRAORDINARY PROCEDURE, ACTA CHIRURGIAE PLASTICAE, CZECH REPUBLIC 35:1 - 2,3 - 30,1993
  36. SYMBIOTIC TISSUE TRANSFER - A NEW CONCEPT IN RECONSTRUCTIVE PLASTIC SURGERY, ACTA CHIRURGIAE PLASTICAE, CHECH REPUBLIC 35:1-2,26.1993
  37. PREFABARICATED PENIS, ACTA CHIURGIAE PLASTICAE, CHECH REPUBLIC 35:3-4 1993
  38. EXTRACORPOREAL FASCIA FAT FLAP FOR RESTORATION OF FACIAL CONTOUR IN PROGRESSIVE HEMIFACIAL ATROPHY, BRITISH JOURNAL OF PLASTIC SURGERY, ENGLAND. 47:54 - 56, 1994
  39. AN ALTERNATIVE FREE FLAP - TECHNIQUE AND 12 YEARS FOLLOW-UP, JOURNAL OF RECONSTRUCTIVE MICROSURGERY, USA 13(2): 111-115, 1997

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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES ATTENDED AND/OR PAPERS PRESENTED

  1. A SIMPLE MODEL ON WHICH TO PRACTICE MICROSURGERY CADEVERIC CHICKEN,SUMMER MEETING OF BRITISH ASSOCIATION OFPLASTIC SURGEONS, BRISTOL, ENGLAND.JULY 1980.
  2. USE OF POSTNASAL INLAY IN LEPROSY,WINTER MEETING OF BRITISH ASSOCIATION OF PLASTIC SURGEONS,LONDON,ENGLAND. DEC.1980.
  3. A COMMENT BASED ON SMALL SERIES ABOUT GILLIES TEMPORALIS TRANSFER FOR THE TREATMENT OF LAGOPHTHALMOS DUE TO LEPROSY,FIRST JOINT CONGRESS OF EUROPEAN PLASTIC SURGERY ASSOCIATION,INNSBURCK,AUSTRIA, SEPT.1981
  4. USE OF SURAL NERVE GRAFT WITHOUT CAUSING LOSS IN DONOR NERVE SUPPLY, 44TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF SURGEONS OF INDIA,LUCKNOW,INDIA, 26 - 31ST DEC.1984
  5. USE OF MYOCUTANEOUS FLAPS IN HEAD AND NECK RECONSTRUCTION 44TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF SURGEONS OF INDIA,LUCKNOW,INDIA, 26 - 31ST DEC.1984
  6. SALVAGE OF FAILED DELTOPECTORAL FLAP , 44TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF SURGEONS OF INDIA,LUCKNOW,INDIA,26 - 31ST.DEC.1984
  7. MYOCUTANEOUS FLAPS FOR GENERAL SURGEONS, 5TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF M.P.CHAPTER OF ASSOCIATION OF SURGEONS OF INDIA,GWALIOR,INDIA. 16 - 18TH MARCH 1985
  8. EARLY EXCISION OF HIGH VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL BURNS AND PRIMARY FLAP COVERAGE. 5TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF M.P.CHAPTER OF ASSOCIATION OF SURGEONS OF INDIA,GWALIOR ,INDIA, 16 - 18TH MARCH 1985.
  9. USE OF LATTISIMUS DORSI MUSCLE AS AN ACTIVE MOTOR UNIT FOR FINGER FLEXION IN A MUTILATED FOREARM OF A CHILD. 20TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF PLASTIC SURGEON OF INDIA CHANDIGARH,INDIA. SEPT.1985.
  10. RECONSTRUCTION OF EXTENSIVE FULL THICKNESS CHEST WALL DEFECT FOLLOWING HIGH VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL BURNS IN COMPROMISED CHEST, 20TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF PLASTIC SURGEON OF INDIA,CHANDIGARH,INDIA. SEPT.1985.
  11. RECONSTRUCTION OF SEVERE RECTAL AND SACRAL DEFECTS USING GRACILIS AND GLUTEUS MAXIMUS MUSCLE. 20TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF PLASTIC SURGEON OF INDIA,CHANDIGARH,INDIA. SEPT.1985.
  12. VERSTALITY OF PECTORALIS MAJOR MYOCUTANEOUS FLAP,45TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE ASSOCIATION OF SURGEONS OF INDIA, 26 - 31ST DEC.1985.
  13. USE OF CROSS LEG GASTROCNEMIUS MYOCUTANEOUS FLAP 45TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE ASSOCIATION OF SURGEONS OF INDIA, 26 - 31ST DEC.1985.
  14. PRIMARY EXCISION AND IMMEDIATE RECONSTRUCTION IN HIGH VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL BURNS. 45TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE ASSOCIATION OF SURGEONS OF INDIA, 26 - 31ST DEC.1985.
  15. HOW TO START,LEARN AND PRACTICE MICROVASCUALR SURGERY 34th ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE ASSOCIATION OF SURGEONS OF INDIA, 26 - 31ST DEC.1985.
  16. A NEW SURGICAL TECHNIQUE OF RECONSTRUCTION IN SEVERE VOLKMANS ISCHEMIC CONTRACTURE,IX INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY ,NEW DELHI,INDIA MARCH 1987.
  17. NON MICROSURGICAL REPLANTATION OF NON REPLANTABLE DIGIT -A CASE REPORT, IX SYMPOSIUM OF THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY, TOKYO, JAPAN APRIL 1988.
  18. ISLAND FLAPS FOR DISTANT DEFECTS ON EXTRACORPOREAL VASCULAR PEDICLE, SUMMER MEETING OF BRITISH ASSOCIATION OF PLASTIC SURGEONS, DURHAM, ENGLAND, JULY 1988.
  19. FASCIOCUTANEOUS FLAPS IN RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY:PRINCIPLES AND ITS USES,C.M.E. IN PLASTIC SURGERY ,CHANDIGARH,INDIA, OCT.1988.
  20. MUSCLES AND MYOCUTANEOUS FLAPS IN RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY. C.M.E. IN PLASTIC SURGERY ,CHANDIGARH,INDIA, OCT.1988.
  21. FACIAL RECONSTRUCTION : BASIC PRINCIPLES . C.M.E. IN PLASTIC SURGERY ,CHANDIGARH,INDIA, OCT.1988.
  22. PRINCIPLES OF SKIN COVERAGE IN HAND C.M.E. IN PLASTIC SURGERY ,CHANDIGARH,INDIA, OCT.1988.
  23. PRINCIPLES OF AMPUTATIONS OF HAND C.M.E. IN PLASTIC SURGERY ,CHANDIGARH,INDIA, OCT.1988.
  24. MYOCUTANEOUS FLAPS FOR GENERAL SURGEONS, INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM OF ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, MADRAS, INDIA. NOV.1988.
  25. RADIAL FOREARM FLAP FOR RESURFACING THE DEFECTS OF UPPER LIMB, 49TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF SURGEONS OF INDIA, NEW DELHI. 26 - 31ST DEC.1988.
  26. EXTENSIVE FACIAL RECONSTRUCTION : A REPORT OF THREE CASES 49TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF SURGEONS OF INDIA ,NEW DELHI 26 - 31ST DEC.1988.
  27. FLAPS IN MUTILATING TRAUMA ,49TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF SURGEONS OF INDIA ,NEW DELHI 26 - 31ST DEC.1988.
  28. THE RADIAL FOREARM FLAP : A NON MICROSURGICAL EXTRACORPOREAL TISSUE TRANSFER FOR SOFT TISSUE DEFECTS IN HEAD AND NECK.49TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF SURGEONS OF INDIA ,NEW DELHI 26 - 31ST DEC.1988.
  29. USE OF METHYLMETHACRYLATE AS BONE SUBSTITUTE,SUMMER MEETING OF BRITISH ASSOCIATION OF PLASTIC SURGEONS BRISTOL,ENGLAND, JULY 1989.
  30. SINGLE STAGE RECONSTRUCTION IN MAJOR HAND TRAUMA M,24TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF PLASTIC SURGEONS OF INDIA,VADODARA,INDIA. SEPT.1989.
  31. USE OF METHY METHACRYLATE AS BONE SUBSTITUTE ,24TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF PLASTIC SURGEONS OF INDIA VADODARA,INDIA. SEPT.1989.
  32. MODIFIED MORRISONS WRAP AROUND TECHNIQUE - A CASE REPORT 24TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF PLASTIC SURGEONS OF INDIA,VADODARA,INDIA. SEPT.1989.
  33. MYOCUTANEOUS FLAPS FOR GENERAL SURGEONS, XITH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF RAJASTHAN CHAPTER OF ASSOCIATION OF SURGEONS OF INDIA,SIKAR,JAIPUR ,RAJASTHAN ,INDIA. OCT.1989.
  34. MYOCUTANEOUS FLAPS FOR GENERAL SURGEONS,WORKSHOP AND COURSE ON MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY,SCHOOL OF PLASTIC SURGERY INDORE,INDIA. DEC.1989.
  35. RECONSTRUCTIONS OF EXTENSIVE FACIAL DEFECTS. WORKSHOP AND COURSE ON MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY,SCHOOL OF PLASTIC SURGERY INDORE,INDIA. DEC.1989.
  36. MAJOR REPLANTATIONS, 2ND WORKSHOP AND COURSE OF MICROSURGERY GROUP OF INDIA, BOMBAY,INDIA,. DEC.1989.
  37. EXTRACORPOREAL TISSUE TRANSFER. 2ND WORKSHOP AND COURSE OF MICROSURGERY GROUP OF INDIA, BOMBAY,INDIA. DEC.1989.
  38. RECTUS ABDOMINIS FLAP, 2ND WORKSHOP AND COURSE OF MICROSURGERY GROUP OF INDIA ,BOMBAY,INDIA, DEC.1989.
  39. TOE TO THUMB TRANSFER ,2ND WORKSHOP AND COURSE OF MICROSURGERY GROUP OF INDIA ,BOMBAY,INDIA, DEC.1989.
  40. GRACILIS MUSCLE AND MYOCUTANEOUS FLAP ,2ND WORKSHOP AND COURSE OF MICROSURGERY GROUP OF INDIA ,BOMBAY,INDIA, DEC.1989.
  41. ORGANIZATION OF MICROSURGICAL UNIT WITH INDIGENOUS AND ECONOMICAL EQUIPMENT’S. 2ND WORKSHOP AND COURSE OF MICROSURGERY GROUP OF INDIA ,BOMBAY,INDIA, DEC.1989.
  42. RECONSTRUCTION OF MASSIVE HEAD AND NECK DEFECTS,INVITATION GUEST LECTURE DURING SYMPOSIUM ON HEAD AND NECK SURGERY,GOLDEN JUBILEE CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF SURGEONS OF INDIA,INDORE,INDIA. 26 - 31ST DEC.1990.
  43. MICROVASCULAR SURGERY - THE TEETHING TROUBLES IN THE INDIAN SUBCONTINENT,GOLDEN JUBILEE CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF PLASTIC SURGEONS OF INDIA,INDORE,INDIA. 26 - 31ST DEC.1990.
  44. EXTENDING THE EXTRACORPREAL TISSUE TRANSFER,GOLDEN JUBILEE CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF PLASTIC SURGEONS OF INDIA INDORE,INDIA. 26 - 31ST DEC.1990.
  45. ROLE OF PHYSIOTHERAPY IN ACTIVE MOTOR UNIT TRANSFER,29TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF PHYSIOTHERAPIST, JAN.1991.
  46. VERSTALITY OF EXTRACORPOREAL TISSUE TRANSFER, 26TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF PLASTIC SURGEONS OF INDIA VARANASI,INDIA. 8 -11,SEPT.1991.
  47. SUPER ISLAND FLAP FOR RECONSTRUCTION IN A METACARPAL HAND, 26TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF PLASTIC SURGEONS OF INDIA,VARANASI,INDIA, SEPT.1991.
  48. OPERATIVE SURGICAL DEMONSTRATION OF THE TECHNIQUE OF EXTRACORPOREAL TISSUE TRANSFER ON CLOSE CIRCUIT T.V. IN THE C.M.E. PROGRAM OF THE 26TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF PLASTIC SURGEONS OF INDIA,VARANASI,INDIA, 8TH. SEPT.1991.
  49. SINGLE STAGE RECONSTRUCTION IN MAJOR HAND TRAUMA M,24TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF PLASTIC SURGEONS OF INDIA,VADODARA,INDIA. SEPT.1989.
  50. USE OF METHY METHACRYLATE AS BONE SUBSTITUTE ,24TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF PLASTIC SURGEONS OF INDIA VADODARA,INDIA. SEPT.1989.
  51. MODIFIED MORRISONS WRAP AROUND TECHNIQUE - A CASE REPORT 24TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF PLASTIC SURGEONS OF INDIA,VADODARA,INDIA. SEPT.1989.
  52. MYOCUTANEOUS FLAPS FOR GENERAL SURGEONS, XITH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF RAJASTHAN CHAPTER OF ASSOCIATION OF SURGEONS OF INDIA,SIKAR,JAIPUR ,RAJASTHAN ,INDIA. OCT.1989.
  53. MYOCUTANEOUS FLAPS FOR GENERAL SURGEONS,WORKSHOP AND COURSE ON MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY,SCHOOL OF PLASTIC SURGERY INDORE,INDIA. DEC.1989.
  54. RECONSTRUCTIONS OF EXTENSIVE FACIAL DEFECTS. WORKSHOP AND COURSE ON MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY,SCHOOL OF PLASTIC SURGERY INDORE,INDIA. DEC.1989.
  55. MAJOR REPLANTATIONS, 2ND WORKSHOP AND COURSE OF MICROSURGERY GROUP OF INDIA, BOMBAY,INDIA, DEC.1989.
  56. EXTRACORPOREAL TISSUE TRANSFER. 2ND WORKSHOP AND COURSE OF MICROSURGERY GROUP OF INDIA, BOMBAY,INDIA, DEC.1989.
  57. RECTUS ABDOMINIS FLAP, 2ND WORKSHOP AND COURSE OF MICROSURGERY GROUP OF INDIA ,BOMBAY,INDIA, DEC.1989.
  58. TOE TO THUMB TRANSFER ,2ND WORKSHOP AND COURSE OF MICROSURGERY GROUP OF INDIA ,BOMBAY,INDIA, DEC.1989.
  59. GRACILIS MUSCLE AND MYOCUTANEOUS FLAP ,2ND WORKSHOP AND COURSE OF MICROSURGERY GROUP OF INDIA ,BOMBAY,INDIA, DEC.1989.
  60. ORGANIZATION OF MICROSURGICAL UNIT WITH INDIGENOUS AND ECONOMICAL EQUIPMENT’S. 2ND WORKSHOP AND COURSE OF MICROSURGERY GROUP OF INDIA ,BOMBAY,INDIA, DEC.1989.
  61. RECONSTRUCTION OF MASSIVE HEAD AND NECK DEFECTS,INVITATION GUEST LECTURE DURING SYMPOSIUM ON HEAD AND NECK SURGERY,GOLDEN JUBILEE CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF SURGEONS OF INDIA,INDORE,INDIA. 26 - 31ST DEC.1990.
  62. MICROVASCULAR SURGERY - THE TEETHING TROUBLES IN THE INDIAN SUBCONTINENT,GOLDEN JUBILEE CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF PLASTIC SURGEONS OF INDIA,INDORE,INDIA. 26 - 31ST DEC.1990.
  63. EXTENDING THE EXTRACORPREAL TISSUE TRANSFER,GOLDEN JUBILEE CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF PLASTIC SURGEONS OF INDIA INDORE,INDIA. 26 - 31ST DEC.1990.
  64. ROLE OF PHYSIOTHERAPY IN ACTIVE MOTOR UNIT TRANSFER,29TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF PHYSIOTHERAPIST, JAN.1991.
  65. 29TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF INDIAN ASSOCIATION OF PHYSIOTHERAPY. NEW DELHI, INDIA. JAN.1991.
  66. VERSTALITY OF EXTRACORPOREAL TISSUE TRANSFER, 26TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF PLASTIC SURGEONS OF INDIA VARANASI,INDIA, 8 -11,SEPT.1991.
  67. SUPER ISLAND FLAP FOR RECONSTRUCTION IN A METACARPAL HAND, 26TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF PLASTIC SURGEONS OF INDIA,VARANASI,INDIA, SEPT.1991.
  68. OPERATIVE SURGICAL DEMONSTRATION OF THE TECHNIQUE OF EXTRACORPOREAL TISSUE TRANSFER ON CLOSE CIRCUIT T.V. IN THE C.M.E. PROGRAM OF THE 26TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF PLASTIC SURGEONS OF INDIA,VARANASI,INDIA, 8TH. SEPT.1991.
  69. SYMBIOTIC TISSUE TRANSFER ,FIRST COMBINED INDO - BRITISH MEETING OF INDIAN AND BRITISH SOCIETY FOR HAND SURGERY.GOA,INDIA. 17 - 21 NOV. 1991.
  70. EXTRACORPOREAL METHOD OF TISSUE TRANSFER FOR INTRAORAL RECONSTRUCTION.SECOND INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON ORAL CANCER ,NEW DELHI,INDIA. 2 - 5TH DEC.1991.
  71. UNCOMMON USES OF COMMON RADIAL FOREARM FLAP, 51ST ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF ASSOCIATION OF SURGEONS OF INDIA, HYDERABAD, INDIA.26 - 31ST .DEC.1991.
  72. EXTRACORPOREAL RADIAL FOREARM FASCIA FAT FLAP FOR RECONSTRUCTION OF HEMIFACIAL ATROPHY. XTH ASIAN PACIFIC FEDERATION CONGRESS OF INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS AND 39TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF ICS-IS, BANGALORE,INDIA. 17 - 21 NOV.1993.
  73. EXTRACORPOREAL TISSUE TRANSFER FOR HEAD AND NECK DEFECTS.FIRST ANNUAL MEETING OF GCC ASSOCIATION OF PLASTIC SURGEONS,KUWAIT. 20 - 23rd MARCH 1994.
  74. RESTORATION OF FACIAL CONTOUR IN PROGRESSIVE HEMIFACIAL ATROPHY USING FASCIA FAT FLAP,12TH CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL MICROSURGICAL SOCIETY,NARA,JAPAN. 2 - 7TH OCT.1994.
  75. SYMBIOTIC TISSUE TRANSFER - A NEW CONCEPT IN RECONSTRUCTIVE PLASTIC SURGERY.12TH CONGRESS OF INTERNATIONAL MICROSURGICAL SOCIETY ,NARA ,JAPAN.2-7th oct.1994.
  76. THE RADIAL FOREARM FLAP - EXPERIENCES WITH THE EXTRAORDINARY PROCEDURE.12TH CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL MICROSURGICAL SOCIETY ,NARA,JAPAN. 2 - 7TH OCT.1994.
  77. ”ALTERNATIVE FREE FLAP “PRESENTED AT 12TH SYMPOSIUM OF INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY AT SINGAPORE ON 6TH -10TH FEB, 1996.
  78. GULF EXPERIENCE OF AESTHETIC BREAST SURGERY, 12TH CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONFEDERATION FOR PLASTIC,RECONSTRUCTIVE,AND AESTHETIC SURGERY, IPRAS SAN FRANCISCO USA.27th June - 2nd July 1999.
  79. GULF EXPERIENCE OF AESTHETIC RHINOPLASTY, 12TH CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONFEDERATION FOR PLASTIC,RECONSTRUCTIVE,AND AESTHETIC SURGERY IPRAS SAN FRANCISCO USA.27th June - 2nd July 1999.
  80. ALTERNATIVE FREE FLAP - TECHNIQUE AND 12 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRANSECTIONS OF 12TH CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONFEDERATION FOR PLASTIC,RECONSTRUCTIVE,AND AESTHETIC SURGERY IPRAS SAN FRANCISCO USA. 27th June - 2nd July 1999
  81. 7TH PAN ARAB ASSOCIATION OF BURN AND PLASTIC SURGERY CONGRESS, AMMAN JORDEN 24-26 APRIL 2001.
  82. 71st ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING OF AMERICAN SOCIETY OF PLASTIC SURGEONS/PSEF/ASMS, SAN ANTONIO. 2-6 nov.2002.
  83. ESTHETIC RHINOPLASTY, INTERNATIONAL DERMATO-COSMETOLOGY CONFERENCE 10TH OCT 2003 BEACH HOTEL ABU DHABI UAE.
  84. SURAL ARTERY ALTERNATIVE FREE FLAP EXPERIENCE OF 5 YEARS, ARAB HEALTH 19th - 21st JAN 2004 DUBAI UAE.
  85. WOUND HEALING CONFERENCE 13TH-14TH FEB.2004, FAIRMONT HOTEL, DUABI, UAE.

 

 

 

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