Manisha Sahay

Osmania Medical College India

Dr. Manisha Sahay is currently the Professor and Head, Department of Nephrology, Osmania General Hospital & Osmania Medical College and Consultant Nephrologist, Aditya Hospital, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India. She did her DNB in Nephrology in 2003 under National Board of Examinations, National Academy of Medical Sciences, India in which she secured first rank and gold medal. She acquired her MD in 1998 from Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad and MBBS from SMS Medical College, Jaipur, Rajasthan. She was State topper in 10th Board Examination and has been awarded 12 gold medals till date. She has received the ' Tanker – Young Investigator Award” of Indian Society of Nephrology. She has many publications to her credit both in national and international journals. She is the executive committee member of Young nephrologists’ committee of International society of nephrology. She is also the governing body member of Indian society of nephrology. She has contributed to several textbooks and is the reviewer for Indian and international journals. She is the Associate editor of Journal of Academy of Medical Sciences and Guest Editor for Indian journal of endocrinology and metabolism - Renal endocrinology.

Manisha Sahay

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Clinical nephrology is an evolving speciality in which the amount of information is growing daily. This book gives quick access to some important clinical conditions encountered in nephrology including the diseases of glomeruli, tubules and interstitium. It presents the latest information on pathophysiology, diagnosis and management of important diseases of renal parenchyma. The information is presented in a very user friendly and accessible manner while the treatment algorithms enable the reader to quickly access expert advice on arriving at the most appropriate treatment regimen. The book discusses the renal involvement in various systemic diseases including diabetes and autoimmune diseases. Diabetic nephropathy is fast becoming the commonest cause of end stage renal disease all over the globe and is discussed in this book. The editors believe that this book will be a valuable addition to the reader's library.

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