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Dr. Amitabha Dutta

Autoimmune liver disease · Telemedicine · Inflammatory bowel disease

44 Yrs

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Indraprastha Apollo Hospital

Delhi, India







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Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, Mathura Rd, Sarita Vihar, New Delhi, Delhi 110076, India


There is no denying that you are what you eat; therefore, whatever you eat gets absorbed and incorporated into the body. Consequently, a healthy functioning gut is essential to lead a healthy, fulfilling life. Problems anywhere in the gastrointestinal tract can lead to many issues in the entire functioning of the body. It is essential to consult a good gastroenterologist who picks out the problem by asking a few critical questions regarding the condition. Dr. Amitabha Dutta is one such gastroenterologist who has been in this field for the past 41 years. He is currently working at the Indraprastha Apollo Hospital as a senior consultant in Hepatology and Gastroenterology. QUALIFICATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS RECEIVED BY DR. AMITABHA DUTTA • Dr. Amitabha Dutta completed his MBBS degree in 1990 from the Maulana Azad Medical College, India. • He got his fellowship training from the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland. • Dr. Amitabha Dutta also got his fellowship certification from the Royal College Physicians of London. • He is part of the Indian Society of Gastroenterology and Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. Dr. Amitabha Dutta has been trained under some of the world’s best doctors. He is famous for his exceptional treatment protocols, especially when managing Irritable Bowel Disease (IBD) and Autoimmune Liver Disease. It is imperative and challenging to extract the diagnosis as these diseases present with very complicated symptoms. Dr. Amitabha Dutta does a comprehensive examination and makes sure to offer the proper treatment to such patients. Patients with IBD come with complaints of diarrhea, bloating, and frequent abdominal pain. Management of these patients depends highly on their dietary intake and lifestyle changes.