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Dr. Laligam N. Sekhar's Ratings

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My son begins college tomorrow because in 1986, Dr Sekhar removed a malignant paraganglioma from my fiancé, when we were told in Florida that it was inoperable and that she was terminal. God bless Dr. Sekhar. Thank you for giving Heidi and I our life. Dr. Sekhar is a hero. You will be blessed to have him as your surgeon.

Submitted Aug. 17, 2012 | flag

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Skilled, with a very seemingly uncaring bedside manner. Don't expect warmth and compassion from this doctor.

Submitted Nov. 20, 2010 | flag

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This man is truely a genius.After a 7 hour surgery at Harborview hospital in Seattle, on 10-14-2005 he sucessfully removed an avm from my brain. I am here today alive & healthy only because of him. He was truely most caring & informative durning all my visits to him leading up to the actual surgery. He is the best! God bless him.

Submitted Feb. 19, 2007 | flag

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He gave my family confidence that my child brain tumor would be treated right. After it all the surgery was successful,now my son is cured and my son is back playing with his friends

Submitted Dec. 4, 2006 | flag

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Doctor Laligam Sekhar saved my life on March 25th, 1991. At Presbyterian University Hospital, in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, he removed a 4 inch basal intracranial meniongioma. I was diagnosed in October 1990, in Toronto, after having suffered a grand mal seizure. The tumor had effected the brain stem, the pons and cerebellum. After two unsucsesful attempt, I was sent to the Center for Cranial Based Surgery, in Pittsburgh. Doctor Shandraneth Sen, Dr Sekhar's "protoge" performed the first 12 hour operation; Doctor Sekhar did the second one, where the tumor was actually resected. I owe my life to him. God bless him. - James Papastamos

Submitted June 4, 2005 | flag

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Special doctor and men. Great intuition, talent, knowledge and skill.

Submitted Dec. 7, 2004 | flag

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He is associated with North Shore University Hospital and Jewish Medical Center. He is a world renowned doctor and a wonderful man!

Submitted Nov. 7, 2004 | flag



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