Dr. Shreya Gupta
BDS, MDS (Oral Pathology & Microbiology)
1mg | Manager, Health Content
9 Years Experience
Dr. Shreya Gupta is a Manager- Health Content & Editor with 1mg. She acquired her BDS degree from Bangalore Institute of Dental Sciences, Bangalore and completed her MDS (Oral Pathology and Microbiology) from Teerthanker Mahaveer Dental College & Research Center. Dr. Shreya began her career as a dental surgeon with the Mission Hospital, Durgapur and went on to become a Senior Lecturer with Bhaba College of Dental Sciences. Before joining 1mg, she worked with Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers, Delhi as the Managing Editor. With 8 years of work experience, Dr. Gupta is also a member of Indian Dental Association and Indian Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology.
Qualifications and Experience
Vignan Hospital, Banglore | Intern | 2010 - 2011
Certificate of Oncology and Histopathology LCI (Lucknow Cancer Institute) Lucknow (2015)
Certificate for participation- Medical Content writing, Turacoz healthcare solutions (2018)
Certificate of Achievement in English Score test, British Council (2019)
Correlation of salivary glucose level with blood glucose level in Diabetes Mellitus.
Comparison between the efficacies of natural fixatives with conventional fixative
Introduction: The quest for formalin substitutes has long been going on due to its health hazards. Honey has been recognized as a safe substitute for formalin. However, we explored jaggery as a natural substitute for formalin. The aim of this study was to compare the tissue fixation abilities of jaggery syrup (30%) with that of 10% neutral-buffered formalin (NBF) and to determine the best fixative among both.
Clinicobacterial and Histopathological study of Chronic Dacryocystitis
Introduction: Diseases of lacrimal drainage system account for nearly 3% of visits to eye clinic. Chronic dacryocystitis is a frequently encountered disorder among these patients. The aim of this study was to identify the organisms responsible and to determine the antibiotic susceptibility pattern of the bacterial isolates from conjunctiva and nasal mucosa in cases of chronic dacryocystitis and comparing with lacrimal sac specimen.
The prevalence of colour blindness in middle school student of southern Bhopal
Colour blindness-the inability to appreciate one or more primary colours is either anomalous or anopia. The present study was targeted at determining the prevalence of colour blindness in middle school student of southern Bhopal. Overall colour blindness was observed in 2.5% out of 738 students. Boys in the present study showed prevalence rate 4.2% and 0.59 of girls were observed. Conclusion: It can be concluded from the result that the Boys are at higher risk for colour blindness than girls.
Gorlin Cyst: A Multifaceted Entity
Background: Colour blindness-the inability to appreciate one or more primary colours is either anomalous or anopia. The present study was targeted at determining the prevalence of colour blindness in middle school student of southern Bhopal. Conclusion: It can be concluded from the result that the Boys are at higher risk for colour blindness than girls.
Oral Submucous Fibrosis: An Update and Overview on Classification Systems
Oral submucous fibrosis (OSMF) is a potentially malignant disorder and crippling condition of oral mucosa and a devastating oral disease; however, it is avertable. It largely affects individuals of Southeast Asia and Indian subcontinent, where chewing of areca nut and its commercial preparation is high. Identification of this condition is so obvious that it is considered as a spot on diagnosis. Still, histopathological investigation remains the gold standard for diagnosis of OSMF.
Atrophic Glossitis: Burning Agony of Nutritional Deficiency Anemia
Lingual atrophic condition is the loss of ordinary texture and appearance of the dorsal tongue, determined by papillary protrusion, which turns into a soft and smooth aspect. Atrophic glossitis (AG) is a lingual atrophic condition, characterized by loss of fungiform or filiform papilla from the dorsum of tongue. This is generally associated with pain, glossodynia, and burning sensation, glossopyrosis. It is associated with a variety of conditions, local and systemic.
Oral Manifestations associated with Anemia
Oral cavity is the window to the body and is often the area where systemic disease first presents itself. The various tissues including lips, tongue, gingiva, mucosal surfaces, dentition, and bone are involved in the presentation of disease state. The most frequently affected is the periodontium, followed by the oral mucous membrane and the periapical inflammations.
Effect of Resveratrol and Fenofibrate in Triton WR 1339 Induced Dyslipidemic Wistar Rats.
Aim: The aim of this research was to elucidate the antidyslipidemic and antioxidant activity of Resveratrol (RSV) and Fenofibrate (FB) combination in triton WR 1339 induced dyslipidemic wistar rats. Conclusion: Resveratrol (RSV) and Fenofibrate (FB) combination showed significant antidyslipidemic and antioxidant activities in triton induced dyslipidemic wistar rats