A Few Words
About Dr Deepanshu Gupta
Dr Deepanshu Gupta is one of the top Urologist in Gurgaon/Delhi NCR. He is a dedicated and reputed Urologist, Andrologist & Renal Transplant surgeon proficient in kidney stone treatment, Prostate Enlargement Surgery, Erectile dysfunction and male infertility treatment. Having performed around 8000 endoscopic surgeries in the last 10 years he is particularly keen on delivering advanced urological treatment to masses at a very affordable price.
He has completed his MS General Surgery from the prestigious PGIMS, Rohtak and MCh (Urology and Genitourinary Surgery) from RML Hospital New Delhi where he secured 1st Rank on an All India basis. He has a profound interest in academics and research and has many publications in international journals to his credit. He has been an organizer of many international and national conferences in Urology including the Global Perineocon 2018, OABCON, DUSCON to name a few.
He has also participated in various national and international conferences and made presentations. He is an active member of various societies like the European Association of Urology (EAU), Urology Association of Asia (UAA), Urology Society of India (USI), Delhi Urology Society(DUS), North Zone Urology Society of India(NZUSI), Delhi Medical Council(DMC). He is committed to his endeavour to lessen suffering and promote good health.
Dr Deepanshu Gupta
MBBS MS(PGIMS) MCh(RML Delhi)
Consultant Urologist In Gurgaon
Andrologist In Gurgaon &
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Proud Alumini And Member
Maharaja Agrasen Medical College (MD University) 2005
Proud alumini of Maharaja Agrasen Medical College 2005 MBBS batch.
Pt. B.D. Sharma PGIMS, Rohtak (University of Health Sciences Rohtak) 2011
TO STUDY THE PROFILE OF PATIENTS WITH NON-MALIGNANT BREAST CONDITIONS PRESENTING TO SURGICAL OUTDOOR
(Urology & Genitourinary surgery)
Dr RML Hospital and PGIMER New Delhi (GGSIPU University New Delhi) 2016(Secured 1st Rank On All India Basis)
ROLE OF CLINICAL PARAMETERS IN PREDICTING THE FINDINGS OF URODYNAMIC STUDY IN ADULT PATIENTS WITH LUTS