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I did my undergraduate training in Karnataka Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS), Hubli, one of the top most prestigious government college in Karnataka between 2009-2015. Thereafter I completed my post graduation in Radiodiagnosis for three rigorous years (2016-2019) at the esteemed institute of Jagadguru Jayadeva Murugarajendra Medical college (JJMMC), Davangere. During my post graduation I had been an indispensable part of the organizing committee and the student executive of the Radiology state conference- KARRADCON-2018 which was hosted by Davangere branch of Indian Radiological and Imaging Association (IRIA). Throughout my career I have remained a dedicated and meritorious pupil. I have secured 10th rank in Karnataka state and first position in our college in the Masters examination held by the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS) during May 2019. I have attended various conferences and CMEs, presented papers, posters and actively participated in various workshops. I have also done a mini fellowship on Musculoskeletal Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MSK MRI) of Shoulder and Knee in the year 2019.

I have been working as Senior Resident in our prestigious J.S.S Academy of Higher Education and research, Mysuru since April -2020 till date.

I consider myself as a well trained and skilled radiologist with areas of expertise being Neuroimaging, Paediatric Neuroimaging, Obstetrics and gynecology, Musculoskeletal imaging with particular to imaging of Knee and shoulder joints, emergency radiology and body imaging. With respect to Obstetric imaging, I am well versed with Targeted Imaging For Fetal Anomalies (TIFFA) scan and obstetric Doppler. 

I am keen on carrying out new research ventures in the field of Clinical Imaging. Till date I have total of ten publications with four in the International journals and remaining six in the National journals. At present I am carrying out three new projects. I also consider myself as a dedi


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Fellowship and Membership

IRIA Permanent member.

Mini fellowship on Musculoskeletal Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MSK MRI) of Shoulder and Knee


Field of Expertise

Neuroimaging,  Paediatric Neuroimaging,  Obstetrics and gynecology,  Musculoskeletal imaging with particular to imaging of Knee and shoulder joints, emergency radiology and body imaging.


Academic Excellence

State Rank holder (10th) in MD Radiodiagnosis  under Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS)


Rare Case Management

I have reported a legion of rare and uncommon cases which has played a significant role in the management of patients.


Research / Presentations /Publications

  1. Gurumurthy et al. Spectrum of atypical pulmonary manifestations of COVID-19 on computed tomography. 2021.52:72.
  2. Sachin T, Gurumurthy B, Das SK, Anupama C, Kini DV. Extrapulmonary manifestations of COVID-19 pneumonia – An institutional experience. J Med Sci Res. 2020; 8(S1):11-18.
  3. Sachin L*., Jeevika M U., Gurumurthy B and Fahid Rahman CH. Role of Mri In Evaluation of Ring Enhancing Lesions In Brain In Correlation With Mr Spectroscopy. Int J Recent Sci Res. 2018. 9(5), pp. 26840-26845
  4. Reddy RH, Subramanya P, Kumar JU, Gurumurthy B, Punya. J, Sahana. CM. Unique Case Series of Occipital Sinus and Its Thrombosis- A Radiological Marvel. Asian J. Med. Radiol. Res. 2020;8(1):36-38.
  5. Shivaramakrishnan B., Gurumurthy B and Balasubramanian A: Potential biomedical applications of metallic nanobiomaterials: a review. Int J Pharm Sci Res 2017; 8(3): 985- 00.doi: 10.13040/IJPSR.0975-8232.8(3).985-00.
  6. Shivaramakrishnan B., Gurumurthy B and Balasubramanian A: Biomedical applications of ceramic nanomaterials: A review. Int J Pharm Sci Res 2017; 8(12): 4950- 59.doi: 10.13040/IJPSR.0975-8232.8(12).4950-59.
  7. Shivaramakrishnan Balasubramanian1*, Jayakumar Chenniah2,Gurumurthy Balasubramanian3, Venkataram Vellaipandi4. The era of robotics: dexterity for surgery and medical care: narrative review. Int Surg J 2020;7:1317-23.
  8. Gurumurthy B et al.2018, Role of Multi Detector Computed Tomography In The Evaluation of Retroperitoneal Masses. Int J Recent Sci Res. 9(11), pp. 29557-29562.
  9. Ramya Konareddy et al. 2017, CISS Sequence An Ameliorator of Mri In Intracranial Pathologies. Int J Recent Sci Res. 8(3), pp. 15834-15838.
  10. Shivanada HG1, Sachin L2, Jeevika M U3, Amogh R4, B Gurumurthy5.A Case Report of Sturge- Weber Syndrome, ISOR JDMS, Vol.15,Issue 12, Ver.6,December 2016.

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Profile

I did my undergraduate training in Karnataka Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS), Hubli, one of the top most prestigious government college in Karnataka between 2009-2015. Thereafter I completed my post graduation in Radiodiagnosis for three rigorous years (2016-2019) at the esteemed institute of Jagadguru Jayadeva Murugarajendra Medical college (JJMMC), Davangere. During my post graduation I had been an indispensable part of the organizing committee and the student executive of the Radiology state conference- KARRADCON-2018 which was hosted by Davangere branch of Indian Radiological and Imaging Association (IRIA). Throughout my career I have remained a dedicated and meritorious pupil. I have secured 10th rank in Karnataka state and first position in our college in the Masters examination held by the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS) during May 2019. I have attended various conferences and CMEs, presented papers, posters and actively participated in various workshops. I have also done a mini fellowship on Musculoskeletal Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MSK MRI) of Shoulder and Knee in the year 2019.

I have been working as Senior Resident in our prestigious J.S.S Academy of Higher Education and research, Mysuru since April -2020 till date.

I consider myself as a well trained and skilled radiologist with areas of expertise being Neuroimaging, Paediatric Neuroimaging, Obstetrics and gynecology, Musculoskeletal imaging with particular to imaging of Knee and shoulder joints, emergency radiology and body imaging. With respect to Obstetric imaging, I am well versed with Targeted Imaging For Fetal Anomalies (TIFFA) scan and obstetric Doppler. 

I am keen on carrying out new research ventures in the field of Clinical Imaging. Till date I have total of ten publications with four in the International journals and remaining six in the National journals. At present I am carrying out three new projects. I also consider myself as a dedi

Share & Blogs / URLs

Fellowship and Membership

IRIA Permanent member.

Mini fellowship on Musculoskeletal Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MSK MRI) of Shoulder and Knee

Field of Expertise

Neuroimaging,  Paediatric Neuroimaging,  Obstetrics and gynecology,  Musculoskeletal imaging with particular to imaging of Knee and shoulder joints, emergency radiology and body imaging.

Academic Excellence

State Rank holder (10th) in MD Radiodiagnosis  under Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS)

Rare Case Management

I have reported a legion of rare and uncommon cases which has played a significant role in the management of patients.

Research / Presentations /Publications

  1. Gurumurthy et al. Spectrum of atypical pulmonary manifestations of COVID-19 on computed tomography. 2021.52:72.
  2. Sachin T, Gurumurthy B, Das SK, Anupama C, Kini DV. Extrapulmonary manifestations of COVID-19 pneumonia – An institutional experience. J Med Sci Res. 2020; 8(S1):11-18.
  3. Sachin L*., Jeevika M U., Gurumurthy B and Fahid Rahman CH. Role of Mri In Evaluation of Ring Enhancing Lesions In Brain In Correlation With Mr Spectroscopy. Int J Recent Sci Res. 2018. 9(5), pp. 26840-26845
  4. Reddy RH, Subramanya P, Kumar JU, Gurumurthy B, Punya. J, Sahana. CM. Unique Case Series of Occipital Sinus and Its Thrombosis- A Radiological Marvel. Asian J. Med. Radiol. Res. 2020;8(1):36-38.
  5. Shivaramakrishnan B., Gurumurthy B and Balasubramanian A: Potential biomedical applications of metallic nanobiomaterials: a review. Int J Pharm Sci Res 2017; 8(3): 985- 00.doi: 10.13040/IJPSR.0975-8232.8(3).985-00.
  6. Shivaramakrishnan B., Gurumurthy B and Balasubramanian A: Biomedical applications of ceramic nanomaterials: A review. Int J Pharm Sci Res 2017; 8(12): 4950- 59.doi: 10.13040/IJPSR.0975-8232.8(12).4950-59.
  7. Shivaramakrishnan Balasubramanian1*, Jayakumar Chenniah2,Gurumurthy Balasubramanian3, Venkataram Vellaipandi4. The era of robotics: dexterity for surgery and medical care: narrative review. Int Surg J 2020;7:1317-23.
  8. Gurumurthy B et al.2018, Role of Multi Detector Computed Tomography In The Evaluation of Retroperitoneal Masses. Int J Recent Sci Res. 9(11), pp. 29557-29562.
  9. Ramya Konareddy et al. 2017, CISS Sequence An Ameliorator of Mri In Intracranial Pathologies. Int J Recent Sci Res. 8(3), pp. 15834-15838.
  10. Shivanada HG1, Sachin L2, Jeevika M U3, Amogh R4, B Gurumurthy5.A Case Report of Sturge- Weber Syndrome, ISOR JDMS, Vol.15,Issue 12, Ver.6,December 2016.

Award and Achievements

Profile

Dr.Gurumurthy B., after completion of Post Graduation at JSS Medical College has undergone Basic Spine Surgery training and Fellowship in Joint Replacement at HOSMAT Hospital, Bangalore. Then has joined JSS Academy of Higher Education & Research in the year 2011. For further advanced and deformity correction training in Spine Surgery he was selected for fellowship at Jain Institute of Spine Surgery & Research and on completion has been a part of Spine Surgery Unit at JSS Hospital.


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On Back Pain


Fellowship and Membership

Spine Surgery and Joint Replacement

Member in KOA, ASSI, MOA


Field of Expertise

Cervical & Lumbar Spine Surgery, Spinal deformity correction


Academic Excellence


Rare Case Management

Arachnoid web: a mystery unravelled – Rare Case

A 47-year-old lady came with complaints of dull aching low backache and numbness over both the lower limbs since six months, aggravated since one week. She had tenderness over dorsal (D8-D10) and lumbar (L4-L5) spinal and paraspinal regions. Radiographs were inconclusive. Plain and contrast Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the dorsolumbar (D-L) spine with whole spine screening were also inconclusive initially. But close observation and serial viewing of all the sections revealed features of an arachnoid web at D7-D8 vertebral level. Patient underwent D7, D8 laminectomy with durotomy and arachnoid web excision. She had considerable improvement in her symptoms after the surgery. Hence, prompt recognition and early surgery ensure good outcomes in this uncommon yet relevant clinical entity.


Research / Presentations /Publications

Publication - Original Article - 7 No.

Case Reports – 6 No.

Presentation – ASSICON – 2018 (Topic – Atypical tuberculosis presentation in the Spine)


Award and Achievements

Presentation of Case Report on Spinal Arachnoid  Web – A rare case securing 1st position at Clinical case presentation in National UG Conference  ASCLEPIUS - 2019

  • Profile
  • Share & Blogs / URLs
  • Fellow & Membership
  • Field of Expertise
  • Academic Excellence
  • Rare Case Management
  • Research / Presentations / publications
  • Awards & Achievements

Profile

Dr.Gurumurthy B., after completion of Post Graduation at JSS Medical College has undergone Basic Spine Surgery training and Fellowship in Joint Replacement at HOSMAT Hospital, Bangalore. Then has joined JSS Academy of Higher Education & Research in the year 2011. For further advanced and deformity correction training in Spine Surgery he was selected for fellowship at Jain Institute of Spine Surgery & Research and on completion has been a part of Spine Surgery Unit at JSS Hospital.

Share & Blogs / URLs

On Back Pain

Fellowship and Membership

Spine Surgery and Joint Replacement

Member in KOA, ASSI, MOA

Field of Expertise

Cervical & Lumbar Spine Surgery, Spinal deformity correction

Academic Excellence

Rare Case Management

Arachnoid web: a mystery unravelled – Rare Case

A 47-year-old lady came with complaints of dull aching low backache and numbness over both the lower limbs since six months, aggravated since one week. She had tenderness over dorsal (D8-D10) and lumbar (L4-L5) spinal and paraspinal regions. Radiographs were inconclusive. Plain and contrast Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the dorsolumbar (D-L) spine with whole spine screening were also inconclusive initially. But close observation and serial viewing of all the sections revealed features of an arachnoid web at D7-D8 vertebral level. Patient underwent D7, D8 laminectomy with durotomy and arachnoid web excision. She had considerable improvement in her symptoms after the surgery. Hence, prompt recognition and early surgery ensure good outcomes in this uncommon yet relevant clinical entity.

Research / Presentations /Publications

Publication - Original Article - 7 No.

Case Reports – 6 No.

Presentation – ASSICON – 2018 (Topic – Atypical tuberculosis presentation in the Spine)

Award and Achievements

Presentation of Case Report on Spinal Arachnoid  Web – A rare case securing 1st position at Clinical case presentation in National UG Conference  ASCLEPIUS - 2019