Dr. Rajan Khosla M.D.
Gastroenterologist | Gastroenterology3930 South Alma School Road, Suite 5 Chandler Arizona, 85248
Dr. Rajan Khosla was born and raised in India where he received the coveted National Talent Search Scholarship all thru his high school and medical school years. Dr. Khosla graduated from the University ...
Gastroenterology (Internal Medicine)
Dr. Rajan Khosla M.D.'s Expert Contributions
Yes patients are fully sedated READ MORE
Yes but try an acid reducer for two weeks of celiac diet failing the symptoms READ MORE
Celiac is uncommon cause READ MORE
Mostly symptoms but may lead to anemia READ MORE
Mostly symptoms then anemia READ MORE
If colitis was found then mesalamine can be tried but if no colitis the symptoms may be from small bowel inflammation and may respond to same Rx READ MORE
These symptoms are due to colitis and not gastric. They may resolve with colitis Rx READ MORE
Average twenty minutes READ MORE
Feasible but painful READ MORE
Yes READ MORE
Celiac panel is fairly accurate but gold standard to diagnose celiac is small bowel biopsies during endoscopy READ MORE
No effect if well controlled READ MORE
Yes READ MORE
Globus can be from acid reflux but if a PPI fails, then likely from small bowel inflammation ie hard to find. Take a probiotic capsule daily starting with the cheapest one. READ MORE
Biopsies of small bowel are taken that are gold standard for celiac READ MORE
Need full evaluation by hepatologist and Rx for hepatitis B READ MORE
Only monitor for now READ MORE
Areas of expertise and specialization
- American college of gastro
- University of Missouri at Columbia Internal Medicine 1997
- University of Utah Gastroenterology and Hepatology 2000
Dr. Rajan Khosla M.D.'s Practice location
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Patient Experience with Dr. Khosla
- New Cannabis Patch for Celiac Disease Related Neuropathy
Recently researchers have developed a patch that contains extracts from cannabis to treat painful peripheral neuropathy related to various disorders, including celiac disease.Celiac disease is an autoimmune disease, which is a condition within the immune system that turns against some of the body's...
- Why is Irritable Bowel Syndrome More Prevalent in Women?
Medical research shows that more women than men suffer from IBS. In addition these studies demonstrate that certain gynecologic disorders accompany IBS in women. These are disorders such as dysmenorrhea. This has given birth to the question whether there exists a difference in IBS symptom severity...
- Antibiotic Use in Early Life Found to Not Be Linked to Celiac Disease
Researchers are continuously trying to understand the upsurge of celiac disease. While predisposition has been known as a factor, it does not explain the sharp rise, as genes are not changing that fast.So, there must be environmental factors responsible in some way. Researchers are investigating the...
- What Is Acid Reflux: Causes, Treatment, and Prevention
Acid reflux is a common condition wherein a person feels an internal burning pain in the lower chest area due to the stomach acid backflow into the esophagus (food pipe). Once in a while, acid reflux may be experienced. It is a common condition, which you should not worry about. However, if you...
- Is It Food Poisoning or Do I Have Gastroenteritis?
Food poisoning is different from gastro. It is more prevalent than gastroenteritis. In fact, it is estimated that about 1 in every 6 Americans experiences food poisoning daily.Gastro: The SymptomsThe following are the common signs and symptoms of gastro:• Watery stool (diarrhea)• Some stomach...
- E. Coli Infection Symptoms: Cramps, Fatigue, Nausea, and More
What is E. Coli?E. coli is a bacterium that normally dwells in the intestines of both animals and humans. However, there are certain types of E. coli, specially E. coli 0157:H7, that are known to cause intestinal infection, which would lead to cramps, vomiting, and bloody diarrhea. E. coli is also...
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