AK Skin & Endovascular Clinic

  • Monday - Saturday 6PM to 8PM
  • Sunday Closed
  • A-4 shastri nagar near Goyal hospital Jaipur

Call For The Appointment

  • +91 9460455332, +91 9414953937
  • abhishek2785@yahoo.com
About Dr. Abhishek Gupta

Interventional Radiologist MD & DNB - Radio Diagnosis, PDCC - Vascular & Interventional Radiology, Fellowship in MRI

Currently working as Interventional Radiologist in SMS Medical College, Jaipur

Passed DNB in Radiodiagnosis from National Board of examination Delhi

Fellowship in Vascular and Interventional Radiology for from SGPGI, Lucknow

Working Experience in Vascular and non Vascular Interventions of 8 Years

Worked as senior resident in SGPGI, Lucknow (good exposure in Interventional Radiology)

Completed fellowship in MRI from Nanavati Hospital and Hinduja Hospital, Mumbai.

Completed senior residency in RNT medical college, Udaipur

Read More

Our Services

What is Varicose Vein

The varicose vein consists of: – A. Venous insufficiency or venous reflux at groin B. Prominent and dilated perforators. C. Dilated tortuous side branches.

Varicose vein of legs is common, affecting 1-15% of adult men and 20-25% of adult women. The leg vein normally contains multiple valves which help the blood flow in direction of the heart. When these valves are damaged, blood starts pooling in the legs causing swelling of the legs, aching pain, heaviness, fatigue, skin discoloration, itching, varicosities (prominent vein) and if not treated it may develop non-healing ulcers in leg. Ultimately, the person is forced to lead a disabled life.


Deep vein thrombosis is a blood clot or thrombus in a deep vein. They are most common in the leg. But they may develop any part of the body. Part of the clot, called an embolus, can break off and travel to the lungs (PE). This can cut off the flow of blood to all or part of the lung. PE is an emergency and may cause death.
There are several risk factors such as obesity, surgery, immobility, birth control pills, a family history of blood clots, varicose veins and cancer.

What is peripheral arterial disease?

Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) or peripheral vascular disease (PVD) occurs when there is a blockage in the blood vessels that significantly decreases blood flow to the limbs, usually the legs. The blockage can be caused by inflammation or a clot, but it is most commonly caused by atherosclerosis, which is a condition of hardened and narrowed arteries caused by fatty deposits called plaques. Atherosclerosis is typically a condition that affects blood vessels throughout the body, and places the patient at increased risk for heart attack and stroke.

Brain Stroke

Stroke is the third leading cause of death, after cardiovascular disease and cancer.

Interventional Radiology

Interventional radiology is an advanced minimal invasive management of diseases alternative to traditional surgery.

Liver And Biliary

There is a wide range of liver and biliary interventional procedures, both diagnostic and therapeutic.


Book An Appointment