Imperial College London

DrJayChatterjee

Faculty of MedicineDepartment of Surgery & Cancer

Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer
 
 
 
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Institute of Reproductive and Developmental BiologyHammersmith Campus

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Saso S, Chatterjee J, Georgiou E, Ditri AM, Smith JR, Ghaem-Maghami Set al., 2011, Endometrial cancer, BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL, Vol: 343, ISSN: 0959-535X

JOURNAL ARTICLE

Amin T, Chatterjee J, Lyus R, Saso S, McIndoe A, Ghaem-Maghami Set al., 2011, DOES PRESENCE OF POSITIVE PERITONEAL WASHINGS IN ENDOMETRIAL CANCER HAVE ANY CORELATION WITH DIAGNOSTIC MODALITY?, International Gynecologic Cancer Society Regional Meeting on Gyncecologic Cancers

CONFERENCE PAPER

Saso S, Chatterjee J, Georgiou E, Ghaem-Maghami S, Athanasiou Tet al., 2011, Meta-analysis of survival data, An Atlas of Gynecologic Oncology, Editors: Smith, del Priore, Coleman, Monaghan, Smith, Del, Coleman, New York, USA, Publisher: InformaHealth care, ISBN: 9780415450591

BOOK CHAPTER

Chatterjee J, Pai P, Ye L, Usman S, Farthing A, Ghaem-Maghami Set al., 2011, ↔THE ROLE OF TOTAL LAPAROSCOPIC HYSTERECTOMY IN TREATING MORBIDLY OBESE PATIENTS WITH EARLY ENDOMETRIAL CANCER IN A UK TREATMENT CENTRE, International Gynecologic Cancer Society Regional Meeting on Gynecologic Cancers

CONFERENCE PAPER

, 2011, Letters and emails, The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist, Vol: 13, Pages: 59-62, ISSN: 1467-2561

JOURNAL ARTICLE

Greer BE, Koh W-J, Abu-Rustum NR, Apte SM, Campos SM, Chan J, Cho KR, Copeland L, Crispens MA, DuPont N, Eifel PJ, Gaffney DK, Huh WK, Kapp DS, Lurain JR, Martin L, Morgan MA, Morgan RJ, Mutch D, Remmenga SW, Reynolds RK, Small W, Teng N, Valea FAet al., 2010, Cervical Cancer, Publisher: HARBORSIDE PRESS, Pages: 1388-1416

BOOK CHAPTER

Chatterjee J, 2010, We need time for training, BRITISH JOURNAL OF HOSPITAL MEDICINE, Vol: 71, Pages: 535-535, ISSN: 1750-8460

JOURNAL ARTICLE

Sharma R, Chatterjee J, Edmonds K, 2010, Horner's syndrome with epidural anaesthesia, BMJ Case Reports

A 29-year-old woman, primigravida, had labour induced for post-maturity following an uncomplicated antenatal course. She requested an epidural prior to commencement of syntocinon. This was administered in the sitting position without complication. The midwife noted drooping of the right eyelid of the patient 6.5 h following insertion of the epidural. Blood pressure and CTG remained reassuring. The obstetric anaesthetist reviewed the labouring woman and noted a right-sided ptosis as well as the right cheek being flushed and dry. There was no motor block and sensation in T1/T2/S3/S4 was intact. Horner's syndrome was diagnosed and anaesthetic review was recommended prior to further top-ups. The patient progressed well in the second stage of labour and did not require further top-ups and gave birth to a healthy male infant. Horner's syndrome resolved within 4 h following delivery and the postpartum period was uncomplicated.

JOURNAL ARTICLE

Sharma R, Chatterjee J, Edmonds K, 2010, Horner's syndrome with epidural anaesthesia., BMJ Case Rep, Vol: 2010

A 29-year-old woman, primigravida, had labour induced for post-maturity following an uncomplicated antenatal course. She requested an epidural prior to commencement of syntocinon. This was administered in the sitting position without complication. The midwife noted drooping of the right eyelid of the patient 6.5 h following insertion of the epidural. Blood pressure and CTG remained reassuring. The obstetric anaesthetist reviewed the labouring woman and noted a right-sided ptosis as well as the right cheek being flushed and dry. There was no motor block and sensation in T1/T2/S3/S4 was intact. Horner's syndrome was diagnosed and anaesthetic review was recommended prior to further top-ups. The patient progressed well in the second stage of labour and did not require further top-ups and gave birth to a healthy male infant. Horner's syndrome resolved within 4 h following delivery and the postpartum period was uncomplicated.

JOURNAL ARTICLE

Touqmatchi D, Chatterjee J, Tayob Y, 2010, A rare cause of postpartum headache, J Obstet Gynaecol., Vol: 4, Pages: 411-412

JOURNAL ARTICLE

Touqmatchi D, Chatterjee J, Tayob Y, 2010, A rare cause of postpartum headache., J Obstet Gynaecol, Vol: 30, Pages: 411-412

JOURNAL ARTICLE

Chatterjee J, Abdullah A, Ade Sanusi F, Irvine L, Griffin Det al., 2009, A rare sequel following cornual ectopic pregnancy: A case report, BMJ Case Reports

One of the major concerns following cornual ectopic pregnancy, as shown in this case, is uterine rupture in future pregnancies. Uterine rupture has been described at 20 weeks gestation in a woman who had a cornual pregnancy treated by salpingectomy at 24 weeks, and as such it has been suggested by some experts that suturing the uterine wall to reinforce the defective area is advisable. Conversely, term deliveries have been described in patients with laparoscopic treatment of cornual pregnancies without reinforcing sutures. There is general agreement that suturing the uterine wall should be performed in cases where the cornual pregnancy sac extends into the endometrial cavity. Long-term follow-up of patients treated with cornual pregnancies with endometrial involvement may reveal the optimum treatment technique. In addition to surgical technique, patient counselling and appropriate debriefing regarding increasing interpregnancy interval is paramount in reducing maternal and fetal morbidity. Proper documentation in operative notes is vitally important for future reference.

JOURNAL ARTICLE

Enye S, Chatterjee J, Priddy A, 2008, A rare case of abnormal tubal anatomy in a patient with secondary subfertility., J Obstet Gynaecol, Vol: 28, Pages: 119-120

JOURNAL ARTICLE

Chatterjee J, Gullam J, Vatish M, Thornton Set al., 2007, The management of preterm labour., Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed, Vol: 92, Pages: F88-F93, ISSN: 1359-2998

JOURNAL ARTICLE

Gullam JE, Chatterjee J, Thornton S, 2005, Preterm labour: Novel treatments, Drug Discovery Today: Therapeutic Strategies, Vol: 2, Pages: 47-52, ISSN: 1740-6773

Prematurity is a major cause of perinatal death and childhood disability. The risks are increased at early gestational ages so that a delay in delivery by preventing preterm labour or inhibiting uterine contractions can improve outcome for the newborn. Here, we review the mechanism of action and clinical evidence for the renewed enthusiasm for prevention of preterm delivery in high-risk women by administration of progesterone. At present, there is also controversy regarding the optimal management of threatened preterm labour, so we outline the rationale for treatment and clinical evidence for administration of an oxytocin antagonist in acute situations. © 2005 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

JOURNAL ARTICLE

Chatterjee J, 2004, PLAB 1 revision book, Publisher: PasTest Ltd, ISBN: 9781904627173

BOOK

Chatterjee J, 2003, PLAB 2 made easy, PLAB 2 made easy, Editors: Mukherjee, Treml, Publisher: PasTest Ltd, ISBN: 9781901198928

BOOK CHAPTER

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