Case Series:

Post renal transplant pure red cell aplasia—is tacrolimus a culprit?

Patil MR, Choudhury AR, Chohwanglim M, Divyaveer S, Mahajan C, Pandey R.

Clinical Kidney Journal, Volume 9, Issue 4, 1 August 2016, Pages 603 – 605 ,


Case Report:

An unusual case of rapidly progressing glomerulonephritis in pregnancy; “triple positivity” or a co-incidence?

Smita Divyaveer, Vaibhav Tiwari, Malagouda Patil,
Chetan Mahajan, Tanima Das Bhattacharya, Avinandan Banerjee, Koushik Bhattacherjee, Arpita Raychaudhury, Rajendra Pandey.

Journal of Nephropathology. 2017;6(4):272-274.

DOI: 10.15171/jnp.2017.44


Original articles

Spectrum of renal allograft biopsy: A five-year experience at a tertiary care center of Eastern India.

Patil MR, Divyaveer SS, Mahajan C, Choudhury AR, Dasgupta S, Sarkar D, Riyait H, Abraham A, Pandey R.

 2018 Jul-Aug;29(4):930-938. doi: 10.4103/1319-2442.239638.


Tacrolimus as the first line agent in adult onset minimal change disease: A randomized controlled study.

Accepted in Saudi Journal of kidney diseases and transplantation.

“Spectrum of renal biopsies: three-year data from a tertiary care center of eastern India.”

“A prospective trial of safety and efficacy of low dose tacrolimus therapy in steroid
resistant resistant nephrotic syndrome.”

Accepted in Journal of Nephropharmacology.