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Best Gastrologist-Hepatologist-Liver Specialist In Dhaka

Published : 16 November, 2022, Category : All Doctors, Views: 437
Asst. Professor Dr. MD. Shahed Ashraf
MBBS, BCS (Health), MD-Hepatology/Liver Disease (BSMMU), Asst. Professor, Liver Department - Shohid Sohrawardi Medical College & Hospital, Dhaka

Assistant Professor Dr. A Q M Mobin
MBBS, BCS (Health), FCPS (Medicine), MD (Gastroenterology). Assistant Professor (Department of Gastroliver) - Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University, Dhaka.

Assistant Professor Dr. Rokanuzzaman Bhuyian
MBBS (Dhaka), FCPS (Medicine), MD (Gastro), Bardem Hospital, MACP (USA). Assistant Professor and Head of Department (Gastroenterology) - Mugda Medical College Hospital.

Assistant Professor Dr. Abdullah Al Mamun
MBBS, MRSH, MD (Gastroenterology). Assistant Professor - Bardem Hospital, Dhaka.

Assistant Professor Dr. Mst. Roksana Begum
MBBS (Dhaka), BCS (Health), MD (Hepatology). Associate Professor (Department of Liver) - Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College Hospital, Dhaka. BMDC Reg No- A-35609

Assistant Professor Dr. Md. Shahidur Rahman Shahid
MBBS, BCS (Health), FRCP (Glasgow, UK), MACG (US), MD (Gastroenterology). Assistant Professor - Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University, Dhaka. BMDC Reg No-A-26592

Associate Professor Dr. Akhter Ahmed Shuvo
MBBS, BCS, FCPS (Surgery), FACS (US), AFIBS (Thailand), MS (Hepatobiliary & Pancreatic Surgery). Liver Transplant Specialist (India). Associate Professor & Head of Department (Hepatobiliary & Pancreatic Surgery) - Shahid Suhrawardy Medical College & Hospital, Dhaka.

Associate Professor Dr. Md. Nur E Elahi
MBBS (Dhaka), FCPS (Surgery), MRCS (UK), FACS (USA), Fellow-SNUEH (South Korea). Associate Professor (Department of Hepatobiliary, Pancreatic and Liver Transplant Surgery)- Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University, Dhaka.

Professor Dr. Md. Akmot Ali Dipu
MBBS, MD (Hepatology, BSMMU). Professor (Department of Hepatology) - Ad-Din Women's Medical College, Dhaka. BMDC Reg No- A-27648.

Assistant Professor Dr. Ahsan Habib Khan
MBBS, CCD, MD (Hepatology, BSMMU). Liver and Gastroenterology Specialist. Assistant Professor - Brahmanbaria Medical College Hospital, Brahmanbaria.

Associate Professor Dr. S K Saha
MBBS, MD (Gastroenterology). Specialist in Digestive System, Liver and Medicine. Associate Professor (Gastroenterology)


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