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Doctor Profile

Dr Amit Shankar Singh

4+ Years Of Experience

Attending Consultant Fortis Hospital, Mohali

Neurology

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DM Neurology from GB Pant Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research -GIPMER (Erstwhile G B Pant Hospital) (MAMC associated super-speciality Institute).
Neurology Senior Resident in Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute (SGPGI)
Pediatric Neurology as Research scientist from King George’s Medical University, Lucknow
MD Medicine from King George’s Medical University, Lucknow
MBBS from King George’s Medical University, Lucknow

Key specialities:

Headache Disorders (Special Training and International exposure)
Stroke
Movement disorders
Pediatric Neurology
Neuro-infectious diseases

 

 

Dr Amit Shankar Singh did MBBS (2003 to 2009) and MD Medicine (2010-2013) from King George’s Medical University (Erstwhile KGMC), Lucknow. Thereafter, he worked in Pediatric neurology for 6 months in KGMU. He then worked in Neurology department of SGPGI, Lucknow. In 2014 he joined DM Neurology course in GB Pant Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (Erstwhile G B Pant Hospital) (MAMC associated super-speciality Institute).

Research Publications:

  1. Singh AS, Tripathi P, Khan SF, Jain A, Atam V. Non neurological manifestations in acute encephalitis syndrome in Uttar Pradesh, India. J Neuroinfect Dis. 2014;5(143):2.
    2. Singh AS, Atam V, Jain N, Yathish BE, Patil MR, Das L. Association of carotid plaque echogenicity with recurrence of ischemic stroke. North American journal of medical sciences. 2013 Jun 1;5(6):371.
    3. Singh AS, Atam V, Patel ML, Chaudhary SC, Sawlani KK, Das L. Carotid intima media thickness as a reflection of generalized atherosclerosis is related to body mass index in ischemic stroke patients. North Am J Med Sci 2013;5:228-34.
    4. Singh AS, Atam V, Yathish BE, Das L, Koonwar S. Role of erythrocyte sedimentation rate in ischemic stroke as an inflammatory marker of carotid atherosclerosis. Journal of neurosciences in rural practice. 2014 Jan 1;5(1):40.
    5. Singh AS, Atam V, Das L, Koonwar S. Role of Uric Acid in Ischemic Stroke and Its Association with Carotid Atherosclerosis. JIMR. 2013;1(2):32-8.
    6. Singh AS. HIV Disease:“Facts and Controversies in India”. Immunology and Infectious Diseases. 2013 Nov;1(2):27-9.
    7. Das L, Mishra A, Mahdi AA, Shankar Singh A. Effect of smoke and non-smoke tobacco on nitric oxide levels in diabetic patients. Journal of Translational Internal Medicine. 2014 Mar 1;2(1):36-9.
    8. Singh AS, Atam V, Chaudhary SC, Sawlani KK, Patel ML, Saraf S, Yathish BE, Das L. Relation of glycated hemoglobin with carotid atherosclerosis in ischemic stroke patients: An observational study in Indian population. Ann Indian Acad Neurol 2013;16:185-9.
    9. Kumar R, Basu A, Sinha S, Das M, Tripathi P, Jain A, Kumar C, Atam V, Khan S, Singh AS. Role of oral Minocycline in acute encephalitis syndrome in India–a randomized controlled trial. BMC infectious diseases. 2016 Feb 4;16(1):67.

Medical breakthroughs / InterestingCase Studies

Book Authorship – “Trends of Kaposi Sarcoma in India” in 2014.
Case reports
1.Singh AS, Atam V, Das L. Secondary spontaneous pneumothorax complicating miliary tuberculosis in a young woman. BMJ case reports. 2014 Jan 30;2014:bcr2013201109.
2.Chowdhury D, Singh AS, Khwaja GA. Superficial siderosis presenting as chronic migraine: Rare presentation of a rare disease. Annals of Indian Academy of Neurology. 2017 Jan;20(1):73.
3.Pandey S, Singh AS. The double-chin posture: Posterior sagittal shift in cervical dystonia. Neurology India. 2016 May 1;64(3):556.
4.Pandey S, Singh AS. Unilateral Parkinsonism: Symptomatic of Brain Tuberculoma. The Neurologist. 2017 May 1;22(3):80-1.
5.V. Atam, A.S. Singh, B.E. Yathish , L. Das. Acute pancreatitis and acute respiratory distress syndrome complicating Plasmodium vivax malaria. J Vector Borne Dis 50, June 2013, pp. 151–154.
6.Agrawal A, Jain N, Gutch M, Singh AS. Acute pancreatitis and acute respiratory distress syndrome complicating dengue haemorrhagic fever. BMJ Case Reports 2011.
7.A.S. Singh, V. Atam, L. Das Response of ART and Chemotherapy in AIDS Associated Kaposi’s Sarcoma. Journal of case reports. 2012;2(2):125-129.
8.Singh A, Atam V, Das L, Patil M, Yathish B, Kunwar S, Seth G. Malignant primary nerve sheath tumor of the cauda equina in a patient without Von Recklinghausen disease. Indian Journal of Neurosurgery. 2013 Sep 1;2(3):291-.
9.Atam V, Singh AS, Das L, Singh LS. Woe of Pregnant Females: The Seductive Mona Lisa Syndrome. Journal of Case Reports. 2014 Jan 1;3(2):476-9.
10.Verma R, Sahu R, Singh AS, Atam V. Dengue infection presenting as ischemic stroke: An uncommon neurological manifestation.Neurol India. 2013 May-Jun;61(3):317-8.

 

 

Indian academy of Neurology
International headache society
World Stroke organization
International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society
Indian Epilepsy Society

 

 

Editorial board member of following Journals:
Journal of Neurology and Epidemiology
Journal of Immunology and Infectious Diseases
Movement disorder society of India Conference 2015 Best Video Presentation Award

 

Dr Amit Shankar Singh completed DM Neurology from GB Pant Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (Erstwhile G B Pant Hospital), MAMC associated super-speciality Institute. Dr Singh is experienced in running Headache clinic and Stroke clinic successfully. He also worked in Paediatric Neurology and did residency in Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute in Neurology. Dr Singh received special training in Headache disorders (Specially Migraine, TACS, TTH and secondary headache disorders), Stroke diagnosis and management with IV thrombolysis and stroke rehabilitation, Movement disorders (Botulinum toxin  administration, PD, Chorea, Dystonia, Parkinson’s disease and other Parkinsonism disorders), Infectious diseases of CNS, Neuro-ophthalmology and Neuro-inflammatory disorders like MS, ADEM, NMOSD. He also has Paediatric Neurology experience.