About Me:

DR. ABHIK SIKDAR

MBBS, MS(E.N.T.), DNB(E.N.T.)

 

Professional Summary  

Dr .Abhik Sikdar completed his Bachelors of Medicine and Bachelors of Surgery (MBBS) in the year 1997 from CALCUTTA NATIONAL MEDICAL COLLEGE, Kolkata ( Calcutta University) and MS in E.N.T. from MAHATMA GANDHI MEMORIAL MEDICAL COLLEGE, Indore ( DAVV) in the year 2005. He then completed his DNB( E.N.T.) in the year 2005. 

Awards and Achievements 

 

AWARD

PLACE

YEAR

Vertin PG Quiz in 56th AOICON (Annual National Conference of  All India Association of Otorhinolaryngologists)

Kolkata

2004

1st prize in 6th Endoscopic, Workshop & Cadaver dissection course in LTMH & Sion Hospital

Mumbai

2007

1st prize in 17th Endoscopic Workshop & Cadaver dissection course in Hinduja & KEM Hospital

Mumbai

2007

Best temporal bone dissector in 100th Temporal Bone dissection course conducted by Dr K.P. Morwani held at Nanavati Hospital 

Mumbai

2015

Runners up in Competitive Video Awards competition in AOICON, Topic “Optical forceps: beyond foreign bodies to the removal of endobronchial masses”.

          

Kolkata

  

2017

Instructional course conducted-“Two Surgeon Approach to Bronchial Foreign Body Removal by Optical Instruments” at 14th Asia-Oceania ORL-HNS & 71st AOICON 

Hyderabad

2019

Invited speaker- “Invited Talk  On Approach To Epiphora -An Institutional Experience” delivered at  72th AOICON 

Nagpur

2020

 

Work Experience 

  • Joined Cloth Market Hospital and Gokuldas Hospital as Hon. Consultant (2007).

  • Joined Choithram Hospital and Research Center, Indore as Honorary consultant, working till date (2010).

  • Started DNB training program in Department of ENT, Choithram Hospital (as Senior Consultant) (2018).

  • Enrolled as a member of the National Academy of Medical Sciences (MNAMS) (2019).

  • Completed Certificate course in “ ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF VESTIBULAR DISORDERS” under YENEPOVA University, Mangalore (2022).

Publications

A. Original Articles

Article (1) “Endoscopic removal of malignant melanoma nasal cavity”,

in Indian Journal of Otolaryngology (IJLO),

[a peer-reviewed, indexed official journal of Association of Otolaryngologists of India] Pg 341-343, Vol 7 no. 4, Oct-Dec 2005.

Cited in “Malignant melanoma of the nasal cavity – a case report” by Ghosh etal in IJLO Pg 78-79, Vol 59 no. 1, Jan-Mar’ 2006.

 Article (2) “Rhinolith in a repaired cleft palate” published in Pediatrics Today

 Pg 331-333, Vol 9 no.6, Nov-Dec 2006.

Article (3) “An interesting case of Arterio-Venous Malformation in the Neck” published in IJLO Pg 90-91, Vol 59 no2, Jan-Mar 2007

Article (4) “Comparative study of underlay tympanoplasty with temporalis fascia and tragal perichondrium”  in IJLO Pg 116-119, Vol59 no 2,  Apr-Jun 2007.

Article (5) “Nasal leech infestation: it still exists” published in  Asian Journal of Ear, Nose and Throat Pg 22-23, Vol5 no2, Apr-June 2007.

Article (6) ‘Benign Laryngopharyngeal lesions : a case series” published in IJLO Pg 7-10, Vol60 no 1, Jan-Mar 2008.

Article (7) “Giant Fibrous Epulis” published in IJLO Pg69-71, Vol60 no1, Jan-Mar 2008.

Article ( 8) “ Light Emitting Diode bulbs in pediatric airway: a case series” in Journal of Evidence-based medicine and healthcare, Vol4, issue 91, Nov 2017.

Article ( 9) “Glottic Foreign Body Removal: A Novel Approach” , Scientific Letter published in “ Indian journal of Paediatrics” , Jan 2018. Indian J Pediatr DOI 10.1007/s12098-018-2615-2.

 Article( 10) “ Post Covid Mucormycosis: a tertiary care centre team approach” in Facial Reconstructive and Cosmetic Surgery India Trust (FRSIT) NEWSLETTER, Aug 2021 VOL 2. AUG, 2021, Pg25-30.

 Article( 11)Mahajan, Avani & Sikdar, Abhik & Nivsarkar, Sameer & Phatak, Shrikant & Agrawal, Richa. (2022). A Comparative Study of CT Scan and Nasal Endoscopic Findings of Lateral Wall of Nose, in Headache of Rhinogenic Origin. Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery. 10.1007/s12070-021-03042-5.

Article(12)Sikdar, Abhik & Mahajan, Avani & Nivsarkar, Sameer & Phatak, Shrikant & Agarwal, Richa. (2022). A Novel Two Surgeons Approach to Bronchial Foreign Body Removal by Optical Instruments- An 11 Years Institutional Experience. Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery. 10.1007/s12070-021-02847-8. Cited by Kirti, Y. K., J. K. Yashveer, Smita Soni and Ruchi. “Utility of Optical Forceps and Tracheotomy for Tracheobronchal Foreign Body.” Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery (2022): 1 – 6.

This paper has won CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION by INDORE ANNUAL AWARD FOR MEDICAL PULICATIONS for the year 2021.

Article(13)Itigi, Sphoorthy & Sikdar, Abhik & Phatak, Shrikant & Nivsarkar, Sameer. (2022). Comparative Study of Videolaryngostroboscopic Findings and Voice Handicap Index Before and After Treatment in Patients Presenting with Hoarseness Due to Non Malignant Lesions. Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery. 10.1007/s12070-021-03047-0.

Article(14)Sikdar, Abhik & Khan, Sidra & Nivsarkar, Sameer & Phatak, Shrikant. (2022).Juvenile Nasopharyngeal Angiofibroma in Adolescent Female with Subsequent ICA Canal Dehiscence: An Unknown Entity. Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery. 10.1007/s12070-021-03008-7.

 B. Review Article

Reviewer (1) “ Diseases of Ear, Nose and Throat, 3rd Edition by Mohan Bansal, published by Jaypee Brothers, 2021.

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