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Dr. Anjali Sathya Endocrinologist in Chennai

Dr. Anjali Sathya

MBBS, MD, DNB

Endocrinologist

10 Years Experience

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Specialization

  • Endocrinologist

Languages spoken

  • English
  • Hindi

Education

  • MBBS - Madras Medical College and Research Institute, Chennai
  • MD - Madras University, Chennai
  • DNB - National Board of Examinations, New Delhi

Registrations

  • 67779 - Tamil Nadu Medical Council

Experience

  • Endocrinologist at Apollo Hospital

About Dr. Anjali Sathya

Dr. Anjali Sathya is one of the best Endocrinologist in Vanagaram, Chennai. She has done MBBS, MD, DNB. Dr. Anjali Sathya has more than 10 years of experience as a Endocrinologist. Dr. Anjali Sathya bestway communicate in English,Hindi with their patients. Dr. Anjali Sathya offers best medical services like Consultation. You can visite Dr. Anjali Sathya at Apollo Speciality Hospitals in Vanagaram, Chennai.

Apollo Speciality Hospitals

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Plot No, 64, Vanagaram-Ambattur Rd, Ayanambakkam, Ambattur Industrial Estate, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, Vanagaram, Chennai, Landmark : Near Schram Academy Vanagaram, Chennai

  • Apollo Speciality Hospitals Images/Photos, Vanagaram, Chennai

Timing

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04:00 PM - 05:00 PM

WED

04:00 PM - 05:00 PM

FRI

04:00 PM - 05:00 PM

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Services

  • Consultation

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Where does Dr. Anjali Sathya Practice?

Dr. Anjali Sathya Practice at Apollo Speciality Hospitals, Vanagaram, Chennai.

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Dr. Anjali Sathya has the following qualifications – MBBS, MD, DNB. For more information visit the Dr. Anjali Sathya's Profile on drlogy.

What is the Speciality of Dr. Anjali Sathya?

Dr. Anjali Sathya's main specialization is Endocrinologist. For more information visit Dr. Anjali Sathya's Profile on drlogy

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Where does Dr. Anjali Sathya Practice?

Dr. Anjali Sathya Practice at Apollo Speciality Hospitals, Vanagaram, Chennai.

Which Services/Treatments Provided by Dr. Anjali Sathya?

Dr. Anjali Sathya is currently providing Services/Treatments like Consultation To see more Services/Treatments visit the Dr. Anjali Sathya's Profile on drlogy.

What is Visiting/Consulting Fee of Dr. Anjali Sathya?

Dr. Anjali Sathya new case Visiting/Consulting fee is INR 0. To see more charges like follow up and emergency visit the Dr. Anjali Sathya's Profile on drlogy.

What is Dr. Anjali Sathya's Education Qualification?

Dr. Anjali Sathya has the following qualifications – MBBS, MD, DNB. For more information visit the Dr. Anjali Sathya's Profile on drlogy.

What is the Speciality of Dr. Anjali Sathya?

Dr. Anjali Sathya's main specialization is Endocrinologist. For more information visit Dr. Anjali Sathya's Profile on drlogy

FAQ

What does an endocrine doctor do?

An endocrinologist is a medical doctor who specializes in the field of endocrinology, which is the study of hormones and the glands that produce them. Endocrinologists diagnose and treat conditions related to the endocrine system, which includes the thyroid, adrenal, and pituitary glands, as well as the pancreas and ovaries/testes. They also treat conditions related to metabolism, such as diabetes.

Some of the specific responsibilities of an endocrinologist include:

  • Diagnosing and treating hormonal imbalances, such as thyroid disorders and diabetes
  • Prescribing medication to manage hormonal imbalances
  • Monitoring patients with chronic conditions, such as diabetes, to ensure they are managing their condition effectively
  • Performing procedures such as fine-needle aspirations and biopsies of the thyroid or adrenal glands
  • Providing education and counseling to patients and their families about endocrine disorders and how to manage them
  • Coordinating care with other healthcare professionals, such as primary care physicians and surgeons, to provide comprehensive care for patients

Endocrinologists often work in hospitals, clinics, or private practice, and may also conduct research in the field of endocrinology.

When should you see a endocrinologist?

You may consider seeing an endocrinologist if you have symptoms or have been diagnosed with a condition related to the endocrine system. Some common reasons to see an endocrinologist include:

  1. Diabetes: If you have been diagnosed with diabetes or have symptoms such as excessive thirst, frequent urination, or blurred vision, an endocrinologist can help you manage your condition.
  2. Thyroid disorders: If you have symptoms such as fatigue, weight changes, or hair loss, an endocrinologist can evaluate your thyroid function and diagnose and treat conditions such as hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism.
  3. Hormonal imbalances: If you have symptoms such as irregular menstrual cycles, hot flashes, or night sweats, an endocrinologist can evaluate your hormone levels and diagnose and treat conditions such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) or menopause.
  4. Adrenal disorders: If you have symptoms such as fatigue, weakness, or weight loss, an endocrinologist can evaluate your adrenal gland function and diagnose and treat conditions such as Addison's disease or Cushing's disease.
  5. Pituitary disorders: If you have symptoms such as headaches, visual changes, or abnormal growth patterns, an endocrinologist can evaluate your pituitary gland function and diagnose and treat conditions such as acromegaly or hypopituitarism.
  6. Calcium and bone disorders: If you have symptoms such as bone pain or weakness, an endocrinologist can evaluate your bone health and diagnose and treat conditions such as osteoporosis or hyperparathyroidism.

It's important to note that these symptoms can be caused by a variety of conditions and that not all of them are specific to the endocrine system. An endocrinologist will be able to perform various diagnostic tests and use different methods to evaluate your endocrine system and make an accurate diagnosis.

Why would a patient be referred to an endocrinologist?

A patient may be referred to an endocrinologist by their primary care physician or another specialist for a variety of reasons, including:

  1. Suspected or confirmed endocrine disorders: If a primary care physician or another specialist suspects or has confirmed an endocrine disorder, they may refer the patient to an endocrinologist for further evaluation, diagnosis and treatment.
  2. Complex endocrine cases: If a patient has a complex or rare endocrine disorder, they may be referred to an endocrinologist for specialized care and expertise.
  3. Diabetes management: If a patient has diabetes, they may be referred to an endocrinologist for specialized management, particularly if their diabetes is difficult to control or if they have complications from diabetes.
  4. Hormone replacement therapy: If a patient is going through menopause or has a condition that affects hormone levels, they may be referred to an endocrinologist for hormone replacement therapy.
  5. Thyroid disorders: If a patient has symptoms of a thyroid disorder, they may be referred to an endocrinologist for further evaluation and treatment, especially if the primary care physician suspects a complex thyroid disorder such as thyroid cancer.
  6. Bone and Calcium disorders: If a patient has symptoms of a bone disorder such as osteoporosis or hyperparathyroidism, they may be referred to an endocrinologist for further evaluation and treatment.
  7. Pituitary and Adrenal disorders: If a patient has symptoms of a pituitary or adrenal disorder, they may be referred to an endocrinologist for further evaluation and treatment.

It's important to note that referral to an endocrinologist is based on the patient's symptoms, medical history, and the results of diagnostic tests and it's not always necessary for every patient with endocrine-related symptoms or diagnosis.

What is the most common disease treated by an endocrinologist?

One of the most common diseases treated by an endocrinologist is diabetes. Diabetes is a chronic disease that affects the way the body processes blood sugar (glucose). Diabetes is caused by a problem with the hormone insulin, which regulates blood sugar levels.

  • Endocrinologists are experts in diabetes management, and they can provide patients with education, counseling, and medication to help them manage their diabetes and prevent or delay complications.
  • They also treat other related conditions such as metabolic syndrome and obesity which have a strong correlation with diabetes.
  • It's worth mentioning that endocrinologists also treat other common conditions such as thyroid disorders, osteoporosis, polycystic ovary syndrome, pituitary and adrenal disorders, and infertility.
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