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Guha Venkatraman MD - Neurology - Livingston

Guha Venkatraman MD

Primary Specialties
  • Neurology
  • Affiliations
    Clara Maass Medical Center
    Saint Barnabas Medical Center

    Primary Office

    Institute of Neurology and Neurosurgery
    200 South Orange Avenue
    Suite 101
    Livingston, NJ 07039
    (973) 322-7505
    Mon - Fri 9:00am - 4:00pm

    Experience & Education

    Medical Education: St. Georges University; St. George, Granada; 2006

    Internship: Mount Sinai School of Medicine; New York, NY; 2007

    Residency: Stony Brook University School of Medicine; Stony Brook, NY; 2010

    Fellowship: Drexel University College of Medicine; Philadelphia, PA; 2011

    Accepted Health Plans

    Accepted Health Plan information is only as accurate as the most current information submitted. Prior to your appointment, it is advisable to verify with a physician office that they are still a participating provider.
    • Aetna US Health Care
    • Barnabas Employee Health Plan
    • Cigna Healthcare
    • Horizon Managed Care
    • Horizon PPO
    • Horizon Traditional/Indemnity
    • Medicare
    • Oxford Health Plans
    • Qualcare
    • United Health Care


    Title: Two Cases of Delayed Onset Transient Global Amnesia after Saline-Contrast Transthoracic Echocardiography
    Authors: Venkatraman, GK, Bauerschmidt, A.
    Publisher: Neurologist
    Date: November 2011
    Issue: 6
    Description: We present 2 cases of transient global amnesia (TGA) with delays of 1 and 2 hours after saline-contrast transthoracic echocardiography. The unique presentation in these cases may help elucidate the possible mechanisms underlying TGA.

    Title: An Atypical Course of Myasthenia Gravis
    Authors: Labana SS, Qureshi S, Nandakumar T, Cervellione KL, Venkatraman GK, Thakore H, Gintautas J.
    Publisher: Proc West Pharmacol Soc.
    Date: January 2007
    Issue: 50:140-2
    Description: Myasthenia gravis (MG) is a chronic neuromuscular disease which leads to varying degrees of weakness in the skeletal muscles. Some of the symptoms of the disorder include weakness of the eye muscles, difficulty in swallowing and slurred speech.

    Title: New Insights Into the Mechanism of Neurally Mediated Syncope
    Authors: Mercader MA, Varghese PJ, Potolicchio SJ, Venkatraman GK, Lee SW
    Publisher: Heart
    Date: September 2002
    Issue: 88(3):217-21
    Description: To determine the role of the cerebral cortex in neurally mediated syncope, the electroencephalograms (EEG) of patients recorded during head up tilt table test were analysed.