Anubha Bajaj, MD

Consultant
Department of Pathology
Panjab University
New Delhi, India


Biography

Dr. Anubha Bajaj is a self-employed Histopathologist practicing in New Delhi, India 1996. She has an M.D.(Pathology) from Panjab University Chandigarh, in 1993 and a Fellowship in Pathology from Indian Medical Association-Academy of Medical Specialities (IMA-AMS) in 2007. She has also a Life member of Indian Medical Association, Delhi Medical Association, Indian Association of Pathology and Microbiology. She has received numerous awards( the list is on Linked In profile) and was an Alternate Member of the governing council in 2013. Her subspecialist interest and my thesis are in non –gynae cytology “ Cytopuncture- Nonaspiration fine needle cytology and it’s comparison with fine needle aspiration cytology” As a subspecialist Cytopathologist, she performs the FNAC in the office and report after adequate processing. A co-relation with subsequent Histopathology and Clinically with a brief history. She also, attend various continuing professional development meetings and conferences.

Research Interest

Scientific Activities

Publications

1) Oncocytes, Lymphocytes, Bicameral: Warthin’s Tumour.
2) Viral Monitors in Generation, Maintenance, and Perpetuation of Neoplasia.
3)The systems, the synthetics, the systemization.
4) Anucleate, squames, squamous, squamoid and transformations.
5) Monotonous and massive: Small lymphocytic lymphoma.
6) Inflammation, immune modulation, proliferation, and emergence: Sjogren’s syndrome.
7) The Premier Nodal Platform: Sentinel Lymph node.
8)Susceptive supplemented and stockpiled: Reactive Follicular Hyperplasia.
9) Susceptive supplemented and stockpiled: Follicular Lymphoma.
10) Supererogate, sophomore stricture: Pyloric stenosis.
11) Aqueous, Glutinous, Cavitary: Primary Effusion Lymphoma.
12) Germinations, Protuberance, Biphasic: Pleomorphic Adenoma.
13) Acme, Pathosis, Furuncle: The Periapical Granuloma.
14) Visceral Heterotopy, Embodiment, and Consanguine: The Pancreatic Saga.
15) Visceral Heterotopy, Embodiment, and Consanguine: The Gastric Saga.
16) Epithelial Excrescence, Protuberance, Hypertrophy: The oral cicatrix.
17) Oral Mucosa: Benignity, Ulceration, Erosions, and Papillae.
18) The Anarchic Braid, Quiescence, Canker: Oral Lichen Planus.
19) The Frosted Applique, Filigree, Plaque: Lingual Algorithm.
20) The Phonetic Anamorphoses: Oral Tori and Exostoses.
21) Thrush, Plaque, Membrane, Hyphae: The Oral Contingent.
22) Bulla, Cyst, Atrium: The Odontogenic Keratocyst.
23) Utilitarian Carcinogenesis: The Hazardous Occupation.
24)Cancerous Caricature, Fester, Transformation: Necrotising Sialometaplasia.
25) Annihilation, Exacerbation, Prematurity: Necrotising Enterocolitis.
26) Salivary and non Adnexal Oncogenesis: Mucoepidermoid Carcinoma.
27) Papules, Craters, Umbilication: Molluscum Contagiosum.
28) The Contagious Orifice: Maxilla and Mandible.
29) Nodal, Haematological, Bicameral: Lymphoblastic Lymphoma.
30) Transposition, Apotheosis, Benign Metamorphosis- Lymph Node.
31) The Mellifluous Aetiology: Liquid Based Cytology: Critiqued.
32) The Owl Eyed, Herculean Chancroid: Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.
33) The Prosperous Goitre: Basedow’s Bonanza.
34) Infective Germination: Granulomatous Inflammation: Lymph Node.
35) Voluminous and Vesicular: Diffuse Large B Cell Lymphoma.
36) Dictums of Surgery and Cellularisms.
37) Cytopathology: Addenda, Ancillaries, Adjuvants, and Auxiliaries.
38) Cross over and Evolution in Cellular Pathology.
39) Genitive Communication: Anogenital Warts: Condylomata Acuminatum.
40) Collaborative and Statutory Pathology Practice.
41) The Cartilaginous Subcutis: Choristoma and Heterotopy.
42) The Curiosity, The Geneology, The Pouch: Choledochal Cyst.
43) The Generation of Neoplasia: Enzymatic and Emission.
44) Unicentric, Multicentric, Hyperplastic: Castleman’s Disease
45) The stellar, astral reproduction: Burkitt’s Lymphoma.
46) Inherent and Indigenous: Collared Cyst, Sinus, Fistula.
47) Artificial Intelligence and Main-framing in Pathology.
48) The memorandum of demise: Programmed Default.
49) Ontogenesis and Imbroglio: The circinate pancreas.
50) Jowl Cysts, Multiplicity, Taxonomy; Ameloblastoma.
51) Pleomorphic and Reniform: Anaplastic large cell lymphoma.
52) Attenuated Mucinous Gland Malignity: Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma.
53) Bisection, Disjuncture, Aqueduct: Pancreas Divisum.
54) Heterotopy, Embodiment, and Benign Metamorphosis- Lymph Node.
55) The Anemone, The Porcupine – Hairy Cell Leukaemia.
56) The Nodal Metamorphosis: Lymph Node Metastasis.
57) Phagocytosis and Emperipolesis- Rosai Dorfman’s Syndrome
58) Shadows and ghosts of the hair matrix-Pilomatrixoma.
59) The Reoriented Neoplasm-Post Transplant Lympho-Proliferative Disorder.
60) The Squamoid Cavitation- Trichilemmal Cysts.
61)Ebullient and Exhausted- HIV related Benign Lymphadenopathy.
62) The Benign Salivary Corpuscular Bassinet- myoepithelioma.
63) Patch, Plaque, Tumour- Mycosis Fungoides.
64) Neuroendocrine, Sensory Trabecular-Merkel Cell Carcinoma.
65) The Transformed Pallium- Mantle Cell Lymphoma.
66) Motley and Sundry –Lymphomatoid Papulosis
67) Vascular, Lymphoid, Eosinophilic- Kimura’s Disease.
68) The Pleomorphic Immunoblasts- Infectious Mononucleosis.
69) Adjunctive and Transformed Immunity- Histiocytic and Dendritic Cell Neoplasm.
70) Addenda and Appurtenant –Extra-nodal NK/T cell lymphoma.
71) Congenital Absence, Pathological Closure- Esophageal Atresia.
72)Binary and Dimorphic- Composite and Discordant Lymphoma
73) Gluten Specific Autoimmunity and Susceptibility - Celiac Disease
74) The Intercalated, Fortified Perimeter- Basal Cell Adenoma.
75) Intercalated, Secretory, Salivary- Acinic Cell Carcinoma.
76) The T cell predominance – Peripheral T cell Lymphoma Not Otherwise Specified.
77)Ancillaries, Automation, Auxiliaries: The Cytopathological Chronicle: Amazon.com Book Code: 978-613-7-38343-8.
78) The Premier Nodal Platform- Sentinel Lymph Node on More books code 978-613-9-45662-8.

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