Dr. Sawan Kumar

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Specialty: Allergy and Immunology

Hospital: Primus Super Speciality Hospital, Delhi

Dr. Sawan Kumar as Consultant Pathologist Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine and he has over the 5 years experience.

Experience :
• Over 5 years

Speciality Interests:

• Blood Transfusion
• Clinical Bio-chemistry
• Clinical Pathology
• Cytopathology
• Haematology
• Histopathology


• D. (Pathology) – All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi (2013)
• MBBS– Assam Medical College Dibrugarh (Dibrugarh University)

List of publication:

As author or corresponding author :

1. Evaluation of 1p and 14q status, MIB 1 labeling index and progesterone receptor immunoexpression in meningiomas: Adjuncts to histopathological grading and predictors of aggressive behaviour ( Original study, Neurology india)
2. ALHE in a breast- a first case report in a childhood ( The breast journal accepted on 18thjuly 2017)
3. Cutaneous angiosarcoma of scalp (Concise communication, Indian dermatology online journal)
4. Cutaneous Xanthomas in a Young Child: Familial Hypercholesterolemia (Letter to editor, Indian dermatology online journal)

Published paper as co author :

1. Cytological Diagnosis of an Uncommon High Grade Malignant Thyroid Tumour: A Case Report ( Journal of clinical and diagnostic research for doctors)
2. Marshal syndrome: case report (Indian Journal of Paediatric Dermatology)
3. Papillary eccrine adenoma associated with syringocystadenomapapilliferum (Letter to editor – case report, Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology)
4. Waldenstrom’smacroglobulinemia presenting in a hyperstensive patients: diagnostic approach with brief review of literature (case report, Annals of pathology and laboratory medicine)

Abstract publishes:

1. Clinicopathological and Molecular Characteristics of Pediatric Versus Adult Meningiomas (Neurosurgery)
2. Evaluation of Molecular Alterations in Petroclival Meningiomas and Their Correlation with Extent of Tumor Resection (skull base).