Dr. Vrajesh Udani Pediatric Neurologist in Mumbai

Dr. Vrajesh Udani

Pediatric Neurologist, Mumbai

MBBS , MDy, Dip. American Board of Neurology with spec(Paediatrics), Dip. American Board of Clinical Neurophysiologial competence in Child Neurology Pediatrician

  • 2 Hospitals
  • 30 Years Experience

About

Dr. Vrajesh Udani is a Pediatric Neurologist at Saifee Hospital in Mumbai, Maharashtra and Hinduja Hospital at Khandwa in Madhya Pradesh.

Dr. Udani Graduated(MBBS) from Grants Medical College in 1977, MD in Pediatrics from Grant Medical College & JJ Groups of Hospitals in 1981 and then did his Diploma from American Board of Clinical Neurophysiology in 1988.

His has taken mastery in the field of Intractable Epilepsy, Neurometabolic Disorders & Autism and other Neurologic Problems. He is a Member of Indian Epilepsy Association, Indian Academy of  The Neurology Society of India and a Life Member of Indian Academy of Pediatrics.

Specialities

  • Pediatric Neurology

Expertise

  • Intractable Epilepsy
  • Neurometabolic Disorders
  • Autism and other Neurologic problem

Education

MBBS, 1977, Grants Medical College University of Bombay

M.D. Pediatrics, 1981, Grant Medical College & JJ group of hospitals

Diplomate of the American Board of Clinical Neurophysiology, 1988

Practice Information

Saifee Hospital, Mumbai

Saifee Hospital, Mumbai

15/17, Maharshi Karve Marg, Girgaon, Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400004

A.D. Hinduja Hospital, Khandwa

A.D. Hinduja Hospital, Khandwa

Sindhi Colony, Khandwa, Khandwa, Madhya Pradesh - 450001

Achievements & Contributions

  • Detection of HTLV I DNA & Antigen in Blood & Spinal Fluid in Patients of Chronic Progressive Myelopathy: S.Bhagavati, R.Kula, V.P.Udani, B.Poiesz. NEJM 318(18) 1141-7.May 1988.
  • Megelencephalic Leukodystrophy in an Asian Indian Ethnic Group.B.Singhal, R. Gurshahni, V. Udani, V. Biniwale .Pediatr Neurol 1996 14(4) 291-6.
  • Difficult to control epilepsy in childhood-a long term study of 123 cases:V.P.Udani, Dharnidharka, A.Nair, M.Oka. Indian Pediatrics 30:10 1190-1206.Oct. 1993
  • Para/post infectious recovering encephalitis with localised basal ganglia involvement: V.P. Udani, V. Dharnidharka,  AR Gajendragadkar,  Indian Pediatrics 34(8): 721-6 1997 August.
  • Life Member - Indian Academy of Pediatrics
  • Member - Indian Epilepsy Association, India
  • Member - Indian Academy of Neurology
  • Member - The Neurology Society of India
  • Past Member - Child Neurology Society, USA
  • Past Member - American Epilepsy Society, USA

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