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D R . A M I S H A

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D R . A M I S H A

DR AMISHA MARAJ
ABOUT

Dr Amisha Maraj is a Specialist Surgeon practising at Life Brenthurst Hospital and Netcare Parklane Hospital in Parktown, Cure Day Hospital in Fourways and Birchmed Surgical Centre in Kempton Park. Her expertise lies in proctology with extensive expertise in her field and contributions to the medical field academically. Dr Amisha Maraj is a highly educated and passionate general surgeon adept in gastroscopy, colonoscopy, haemorrhoidectomy, surgery for anal fissures, perianal fistula, inguinal hernia, umbilical hernia, breast surgery; as well as the removal of foreign bodies, lumps and bumps. She also has a particular interest in women's health, focused on complications after childbirth and obstetric anal sphincter injury repairs and both benign and malignant breast conditions.

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CONSULTING ROOMS
LIFE BRENTHURST HOSPITAL


Room 201, Phoenix Place, 4 Park Lane, Parktown, Johannesburg
Tel: 067 944 8241 Casualty: 011 647 9043
Email: admin@dramishamaraj.co.za

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CURE DAY HOSPITAL FOURWAYS

Floor 2, Sunset Square, 7 Sunset Lane, Lone Hill, Sandton, Johannesburg
Tel: 067 944 8241 (By appointment only)
Email: admin@dramishamaraj.co.za

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NETCARE PARKLANE HOSPITAL

Corner Junction Ave &, Park Ln, Parktown, Johannesburg, 2193
Tel: 067 944 8241 (By appointment only)
Email: admin@dramishamaraj.co.za

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KEMPTON PARK: BIRCHMED SURGICAL CENTRE

8 Tiger Rd, Birchleigh, Kempton Park, 1621
Tel: 067 944 8241 (By appointment only)
Email: admin@dramishamaraj.co.za

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Postal Address
  P.O. Box 521109 Saxonwold, 2132

Email
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PUBLISHED ARTICLES
& OTHER RESEARCH PROJECTS


 
The Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland Travelling Fellowship 2019 – Report
Laparoscopy at Sebokeng Hospital with Emphasis on Trauma
Laparoscopic appendicectomy for complicated appendicitis at Sebokeng Hospital
Salmonella thyroiditis: A case report and review of the literature
Patient Blood Management
South African Gastroenterology Review - Patient blood management - Gastroenterology Foundation
 

OTHER RESEARCH PROJECTS

 
Prevalence and type of anaemia in receptor-negative breast cancer.
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