Dr. Pearay L Ogra MD
Infectious Disease Specialist (Pediatric) | Pediatric Infectious Diseases219 Bryant St Infectious Disease D Buffalo NY, 14222
Dr. Pearay Ogra is a pediatric infectious disease specialist practicing in Buffalo, NY. Dr. Ogra specializes in recurring or persistent diseases caused by bacteria, parasites or fungus in infants, children and adolescents. Pediatric infectious disease specialists also provide consultation to other health care professionals dealing with complex cases.
Education and Training
Christian Med Coll- Dr M G R Med Univ- Vellore- Tn- India 1961
Christian Medical College 1961
PediatricsAmerican Board of PediatricsABP
Expert PublicationsData provided by the National Library of Medicine
- Immunologic aspect of tonsils.
- Detection of specific antigen-sensitized T-lymphocytes in human tonsils.
- Mucosal immune response in the ear, nose and throat.
- Respiratory syncytial virus infection: clinical presentation and management.
- Abnormalities of cellular immune response in arthritis induced by rubella vaccination.
- From chimpanzee coryza to palivizumab: changing times for respiratory syncytial virus.
- Letter: Transplacental mumps infection.
- In vitro correlates of cell-mediated immunity in human tonsils after natural or induced Rubella virus infection.
- Vaccination strategies for mucosal immune responses.
- Mucosal immunity and viral infections.
- Macrophage inflammatory protein-1alpha (not T helper type 2 cytokines) is associated with severe forms of respiratory syncytial virus bronchiolitis.
- RSV, IgE, and wheezing.
- Recent advances in otitis media. 8. Diagnosis and screening.
- Beta-chemokines, but neither T helper type 1 nor T helper type 2 cytokines, correlate with severity of illness during respiratory syncytial virus infection.
- Mucosal infections and local immunity.
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