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Dr. Adinarayana Makam

MBBS, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MRCOG(UK), CCT (UK), Advanced Training in Fetal Medicine
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Gynecology And Obstetrics

  • Bangalore, Karnataka, India
  • Davanagere, Karnataka, India
  • Hassan, Karnataka, India
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Specialties: Women & Children, Fetal Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology


Hospital: Sparsh Yeswanthpur


Address: Sparsh Super Speciality Hospital, 4/1, Tumkur Road, Yeshwantpur, Bengaluru 560022
080 4910 8000


Phone: 080 61 222 000


Dr. Adinarayana Makam works as a Consultant in Fetal Medicine at Sparsh Super Speciality Hospital, Yeshwanthpur, Bangalore.


He obtained advanced training in Fetal Medicine at Cardiff University, which is one of the premier institutes in the UK. After completing CCT he worked as a Consultant in Fetal Medicine at Aneurin Bevan Health Board, Newport, UK. He pursued his MBBS from Sri Devaraj URS Medical College and MD (OBG) from Mysore Medical College. He completed MRCOG (Lon) in Nov 2003.Dr. Adinarayana secured Gold Medal in MD (OBG) Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences in Mar 2000. He is the winner of Academic Gold Medal for Anatomy.He obtained extensive structured training in Obstetric Ultrasound Scan both in India and in the UK. His audit projects have been widely appreciated. He has many publications and presentations to his credit.


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