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Expert in: Urology
Recommended by 6 specialists
Urinary tract infections (UTI) , Urological Oncology

Mr Ghei is a Consultant Urological Surgeon with a specialist interest in minimally-invasive urology, complex endourology and stones. Mr Ghei also holds an NHS post as Consultant Urological Surgeon at the Whittington Hospital and is the Lead Cancer Clinician for the Department of Urology and Chair of the Multidisciplinary meeting.

Mr Ghei completed his medical education and degree (MBBS) at the Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences in India and served his residency there in general surgery gaining a vast surgical exposure. His medical training was completed in the UK and at the University of London, he attained his MD (Doctor of Medicine).

Mr Ghei completed his urological training in South Wales where he achieved a fellowship in the Treatment of Urological Stone Disease and Laparoscopy and Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS Urol).

Mr Ghei maintains a keen interest and focus on research; he led a globally recognised research trial that focused on the treatment of overactive bladders and currently trains a phd student in targeted therapies in prostate cancer in focal therapies and cryotherapy in prostate cancer.

Mr Ghei is a big supporter of prostate cancer and the Movember campaign.

 

 
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Expert in: Urology
Recommended by 3 specialists
Urinary tract infections (UTI) , General Urology , Kidney Stones + 3 more

Mr Tamer El-Husseiny is a consultant urological surgeon at Charing Cross and St Mary's hospitals. In addition to general urology he sub-specialises in the diagnosis and management of kidney stones and Benign prostatic disorders. He is an expert in endourological surgery (minimally invasive surgery) such as ureteroscopy and laser stone fragmentation, PCNL (keyhole surgery for kidney stones), HoLEP (Holmium Laser Enucleation of the Prostate), Urolift, Rezum water vapour therapy and the endourological management of upper tract urothelial cancers. He treats other upper tract abnormalities, including strictures and extrinsic obstruction. He also has special expertise in the use of different types of urological stents.

Mr El-Husseiny graduated from medical school with honours, he has then completed his basic surgical and urological training and was appointed as an assistant lecturer in urology. He underwent his higher specialist urological training on both the London and West Midlands urology training schemes. In addition, he has also completed the prestigious two-year subspecialty endourology fellowship (Awarded by the Endourological Society, USA) at St Bartholomew's Hospital, specialising in the management of complex stone disease.

He has completed a MSc and MD degrees in urology and is very passionate about research and academic urology. He has led on and completed numerous research projects and has extensively published in peer reviewed journals, authored book chapters and presented in international, national and regional conferences and meetings. He maintains a strong teaching interest and he has taught on numerous courses and workshops. He is also a peer reviewer for numerous international journals.


Publications:

Percutaneous Endourologic Procedures in High-Risk Patients in the Lateral Decubitus Position under Regional Anaesthesia. J Endourol. 2009 Oct; 23 (10): 1603-6.

The role of open stone surgery. A J Urol, May 2012; 10, 284–288.

The new Invisio® DUR-D “chip-on-the-tip” digital Flexible Ureterorenoscopes – evaluation of changes in physical properties over time. Therapy (2010) 7(4), 423–427.

Erectile Dysfunction; a review on current management. GPonline. December 2013. http://www.gponline.com/erectile-dysfunction-clinical-review/mens-health/erectile-dysfunction-premature ejaculation/article/1223911

Transurethral Ethanol Ablation of the Prostate (TEAP) for symptomatic Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH): long term follow up. T. El-Husseiny, N. Buchholz. J Endourol 2011 Mar; 25 (3): 477-80.

What is better in percutaneous nephrolithotomy – Prone or supine? A systematic review. A J Urol, 14, Issue 2, June 2016, Pages 101–107

Long-term follow-up of recurrent stone formers – who, how long and how often?  BJU Int. 2010 Jan; 105(1): 1-2. Epub 2009 Nov 13.

A comparative study of the requirement of introducer sheaths for ureteric access between an old generation fibre-optic flexible ureteroscope and a new “chip on the tip” digital flexible ureteroscope. The Journal of Urology, Volume 183, Issue 4, Supplement, April 2010, Page e497.

The Current Role of Memokath 051 Thermo-Expandable Metal Stent in Management of Benign and Malignant Ureteric
Strictures. Med Surg Urol (2012) S4:003. Doi: 10.4172/2168-9857.S4- 003

A novel wire stent (Zebrastent) for ureteric stenting in stone patients. Expert Rev Med Devices. 2008 Sep; 5 (5): 545-7.

Pain in extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy. Urol Res. 2009 Apr; 37 (2): 51-3.

Ureteric guide wire damage by Holmium: YAG laser: preliminary results. Urol Res. 2009 Feb; 37(1): 7-10.

Treating bladder-outflow obstruction with thermo-expandable prostate metal stents. Expert Rev Med Devices. 2009 Jul; 6 (4): 357-363.

Assessing and developing percutaneous renal access skills of trainees using the state of the art PERC MENTOR™ simulation trainer. European Urology Supplements, Volume 9, Issue 2, April 2010, Pages 36-37.

‘Putting lead in your pencil’: self-insertion of an unusual urethral foreign body for sexual gratification. J R Soc Med Sh Rep 2010; 1: 18. DOI 10.1258/ shorts.2010.010014.

Characterising Stent Symptoms Associated with a Segmental Thermo-Expandable Metallic Stent Using a Validated Stent Symptoms Questionnaire. Cur Urol 2011; 5: 72–78.

'An interventional urology list' - a novel concept for UK urological services. Ann R Coll Surg Engl. 2010 Oct 25.

Improving Patient Positioning to Reduce Complications in Prone Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy.  J Endourol. May 2009: 831-832.

A novel long-term thermo-expandable ureteric metal stent: Memokath 051TM. Papatsoris AG, Masood J, El-Husseiny T, Ndirika S, Junaid I, Buchholz N: In: BJU International website. Fitzpatrick JM, Drake M, Webber R (eds): Atlas of Surgical Devices, 2008.

Case based investigation: Urodynamics. Maan Z, Dickens N, El-Husseiny T, Moraitis K, Masood J, Junaid I, Buchholz N: Foundation Years Journal. June 2009 Volume 3, Issue 5: Urology.

Emergency inpatient extra-corporeal shockwave lithotripsy (ESWL) a safe and effective alternative. European Urology Supplements, Volume 9, Issue 2, April 2010.

Endovascular covered stenting for the management of post-percutaneous nephrolithotomy renal pseudo pseudoaneurysm: a case report. J Med Case Reports. 2010 Sep 23; 4 (1):316.

Simultaneous antegrade/retrograde upper urinary tract access: Bart's modified lateral position for complex upper tract endourologic pathologic features. Urology. 2012 Feb; 79(2): 287-92. doi: 10.1016/j.urology.2011.08.023. 

Insertion of a Ureteric Memokath Stent through a Prostatic Memokath Stent Using Extracorporeal Needles Placed on the Skin to Mark and Measure the Ureteric Stricture in a Patient with Prostate Cancer. Curr Urol 2008; 2:200-203.

Should urologists in the UK perform their own nephrostomies and renal access for endourological procedures - what does the future hold? : BJU Int. 2009 Sep; 104(6): 755-7.

Comparison of Stent-Related Symptoms between Conventional Double-J Stents and a New-Generation Thermoexpandable Segmental Metallic Stent: A Validated-Questionnaire-Based Study. J Endourol. April 2010: 589-593.

A technique to flush out renal stone fragments during percutaneous nephrolithotomy. J Endourol. 2009 Jan; 23(1): 5-6.

Simultaneous anterograde and retrograde endourologic access: "the Barts technique".  J Endourol. 2008 Dec; 22(12)

Endourological management of an iatrogenic ureteric avulsion using a thermoexpandable nickel-titanium alloy stent (Memokath 051).  J Endourol Case Reports. May 2017, 3(1): 57-60. 

Clinical, fiscal and environmental benefits of a specialist‐led virtual ureteric colic clinic: a prospective study. BJU Int 2019. 

Metallic Ureteric Stents in Malignant Ureteric Obstruction: a Systematic Review. Urology. 2018 Feb 2. pii: S0090-4295(18)30064-5. 


Book Chapters:

Ureteric stents; Physiology of stent flow. Tamer El-Husseiny & Martin Knight. In: N P Buchholz et al (Eds), Handbook of Urinary Stents: Basic Science and Clinical Applications. ISBN-10: 1907816658. ISBN-13: 978-1907816659 JP Medical Ltd, London, 2016  

Advanced Training of a Practicing Urologist in Stone Disease Management. In: Urolithiasis; basic science and clinical practice. T El-Husseiny and N Buchholz. In: Hans-Goran Tiselius, David M. Albala, Zhangqun Ye et al. (ends). Urolithiasis, 1 DOI 10.1007/978-1-4471-4387-1_102, © Springer-Verlag London 2013

Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy: Renal Stones. El-Husseiny T, Papatsoris A, Masood J, Buchholz N. In: N.P. Rao et al.
(eds.), Urinary Tract Stone Disease, 455-467. DOI: 10.1007/978-1-84800-362-0_39, © Springer-Verlag London Limited 2011.

Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy in Peyronie’s Disease. El-Husseiny T, Papatsoris A, Masood J, Buchholz N: In: Loske AM (ed): New Trends in Shock Wave Applications to Medicine and Biotechnology. Research Signpost Publishers, 2009.

Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy: Its application in orthopaedics. El-Husseiny T, Papatsoris A, Masood J, Buchholz N: In: Loske AM (ed): New Trends in Shock Wave Applications to Medicine and Biotechnology. Research Signpost Publishers, 2009.


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Expert in: Urology
Recommended by 3 specialists
General Urology , Urological Oncology , Urinary tract infections (UTI) + 2 more

Mr Patki is a Consultant Urological Surgeon and The Clinical Lead in Urology at St. Barts and The Royal London Hospital, Barts Health NHS Trust as well as a Specialist Renal Cancer Surgeon at The Royal Free Renal Cancer Centre.

After gaining his primary medical qualification, Mr Patki completed higher surgical training in General Surgery and was subsequently awarded a Gold Medal for his Masters of Surgery degree. He undertook specialist training in Urology leading to his Diploma of the National Board in Genitourinary Surgery. After much success in competitive national training at The London Deanery, Mr Patki enrolled on training on the North Thames Rotation which culminated in a Fellowship with the Royal College of Surgeons.

His innovative research has led to numerous groundbreaking discoveries and his work in fertility in spinal cord injury patients led to a successful vibro-ejaculation service for spinal injury patients. Furthermore, he has presented and published many scientific papers, reviews, letters and book chapters on a variety of urological conditions.

Mr Patki specialises in the care of a wide spectrum of general urological conditions such as urological stone disease, overactive bladder, prostate enlargement, incontinence and neuro-urology. Additionally, his subspecialist interest is urologic oncology, specifically renal cancer. He has established the Robotic and Laparoscopic renal surgical service at St. Bartholomew's and The Royal London Hospital and leads the renal cancer surgical pathway at The Royal London hospital. He is a specialist renal cancer surgeon at the Royal Free Renal Cancer Centre.

Mr Patki is a Faculty member of Chitra Sethia Laparoscopic and Robotic Training centre UCL and a founder member of Chelmsford Imperial Robotic Simulation (CIRS) Training Team involved in training in crisis management, communication and team working for robotic and laparoscopic surgical teams.

To book an appointment with Mr Patki, please book on the live appointment calendar or alternatively call his secretary on: 07510206477

Clinic times are as follows:

Princess Grace Hospital: Monday: 18:00 to 20:00

Royal Free Hospital: Wednesday: 17:00 to 20:00

Spire Bushey Hospital: Alternate Thursdays: 18:00 to 20:00

Alternate Fridays: 9:00 to 11:00

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Expert in: Urology
Recommended by 2 specialists
Male and Female Incontinence , General Urology , Reconstructive Urology + 7 more

Mr Rajesh Kavia completed his undergraduate training at Charing Cross & Westminster Medical School in 1999 and obtained multiple distinctions during his degree. Following that, he trained on the North West London Urology rotation, completing his training with a Fellowship at the famous department of female and reconstructive urology at University College London Hospital. 

Rajesh is competent in all aspects of general urology - his main interest lies in functional urology and incontinence in both females and males. He can deal with a wide range of pathologies, such as diagnostics and management of prostate and bladder problems, including Urolift procedure, chronic urological pain, erectile dysfunction, circumcisions, and endoscopic stone management. In addition to that, he also competent in general paediatric urology, including circumcisions and inguino-scrotal procedures.

Rajesh has been involved in research for a long time, which was undertaken at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery and was published internationally, with papers on functional brain imaging in urology and neuromodulation. His research led to internationally recognised prizes and awards. He is also involved in teaching and is currently the Course Director for the North West London Mock FRCS(Urol) viva course and examiner for higher surgical trainees in London.

Rajesh constantly strives to improve the Urology department at London North West NHS Trust, and has been leading the junior doctors rota, and recently been appointed a Clinical Lead for the Trust Transformation Team.

He is the MDT chair for Functional Urology and a core member of the cancer MDT. He has launched the Urolift at his NHS trust and was the first surgeon to perform this on an NHS patient within the M25, he is a mentor and proctor for Urolift and clinical investigator. He regularly treats patients for there overactive bladders, leading the Sacral Nerve Stimulation service at the trust.

Married since 2002 and with two beautiful children, Rajesh enjoys spending time with his family, wining, dining and the odd West End Musical!

Please contact Rajesh's secretary for further availability as his calendar is flexible and he is willing to accommodate patients. Clinic times are listed below:  

Bishop's Wood Tuesday 19:30 - 20:30 & Saturday 11:30 - 13:00

Clementine Churchill Thursday 08:00 - 12:30

London Clinic Friday 08:00 - 13:00

Syon Clinic Ad hoc

 

 

 

 

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Expert in: Urology
Recommended by 2 specialists
Benign Prostatic Enlargement , Kidney Stones , Urinary tract infections (UTI)

Mr Attar has been awarded the Certificate of Excellence in Patient Care 2018. He is the Head of the Department of Urology (Clinical Lead) at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in Central London. 

*** Please contact 020 3494 4032 OR 07727 128104. Alternatively please email mrattarpa@hcahealthcare.co.uk for appointments including same day appointments***

***Please note that the calendar shows Mr Attar’s clinic hours only and not the actual available appointments. 

Languages Spoken: English

 

Mr Attar is a Consultant Urological Surgeon who has been awarded the Certificate of Excellence in Patient Care in 2018 and 2019. He is the Head of the Urology Department at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in Central London. 

Beside his experience in General and Diagnostic Urology (primarily Prostate cancer and Bladder cancer diagnostics), he subspecialises in the endourological management of complex kidney stones using minimally invasive techniques and laser technology as well as the diagnosis and laser treatment of kidney and ureteric urothelial tumours.

He finished his higher surgical training in London and spent his final year at the highly-reputable University College London Hospital, where he received extensive training in treating urinary tract stones using minimally invasive techniques. He also spent one year doing his research post in Neuro-Urology at the Spinal Injury Unit at the renowned Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore where he gained a vast experience in treating various urological conditions such as kidney and bladder stones, bladder overactivity, urinary incontinence, recurrent infections and erectile dysfunction. 

Mr Attar is active academically and has published over 30 scientific articles in various urological journals. He has presented his work in different international and national meetings.

 

Publications in Scientific Journals:

1. An Unusual Case of Pure Testicular Seminoma in a 92 year old Patient: a Case report Denning C, Tay LJ, Attar KH (WJCU 2017)


2. Long term Outcomes of Augmentation Ileocystoplasty in Spinal Cord Injured Patients: a Minimum of 10-year Follow-Up. Gurung P, Attar KH, Abdul-Rahman A, Morris T, Hamid R, Shah PJR. BJU Int. 2012. PMID: 21851549


3. Primitive Neuroectodermal Tumour of the Spermatic Cord. Gurung P, Attar KH, Peters JL. Int J Urol 2010: 17(7): 679-80. PMID: 20482657


4. Clearance After Vasectomy: Has the Time Come to Modify The Current Practice? Attar KH, Gurung P, Holden S, Peters JL, Philp T. Scand J Urol Nephrol. 2010; 44(3):147-50. PMID: 20201750


5. Long Term Outcome of Tension-Free Vaginal Tape for the Treatment of Stress Incontinence In Females with Neuropathic Bladders. Abdul-Rahman A, Attar KH, Hamid R, Shah PJR. BJU Int.2010;106(6):827-30. PMID: 20132201


6. The Relationship between Bladder Management and Health-related Quality of Life in Patients with Spinal Cord Injury in the UK. Liu CW, Attar KH, Gall A, Shah J, Craggs M. Spinal Cord. 2009;48(4):319-24. PMID: 19841636


7. Polydimethylsiloxane in the Treatment of Sphincter Weakness Incontinence in Men with Spinal Cord Injury: Long-Term Follow-Up. Attar KH , Gurung P, Hamid R, Wood S , Shah PJR. BJUMS 2008;1(2):63-66


8. Kidney Salvage Using the Fibrinogen- and Thrombin-coated Sponge TachoSil during Nephron-Sparing Surgery for the Resection of Large Renal Tumours. Attar KH, Namasivayam J, Green J, Peters J. Ann R Coll Surg Engl. 2008 Jul; 90(5):W8


9. The Urological Management of Patients with Spinal Cord Injury. Attar KH, Shah PJR. Saudi Urological Association Newsletter Dec 2008;2(2):3-4


10. The First Semen Analysis after Vasectomy: Timing and Definition of Success. Attar KH, Holden S, Peters J and Philp T. BJU Int. 2007; 100(3):700-1. PMID: 17669151.


11. Robotic Anderson-Hynes Pyeloplasty: 5-year Experience of One Centre. Attar KH, Webster G. Surgeon’s News


12. Increasing Safety While Decreasing Stress at Radical Prostatectomy: a Novel Use of the Scrubbing Sponge. Rowe EW, Attar KH, Karim O. BJU Int. 2004; 94(1):188-9.PMID: 15217459


13. Adding Space and Colour, Without Tying a Knot, at the Bladder Neck-Urethral Stump Anastomosis during Radical Prostatectomy. Rowe EW, Attar KH, Karim OM. Prostate Cancer Prostatic Dis. 2004; 7(3):268-9. PMID: 15249930


14. Trans-Rectal Ultrasound-guided Biopsy of the Prostate: Nationwide Diversity in Practice and training in the United Kingdom. Lee G, Attar K, Laniado M, Karim O. Int Urol Nephrol. 2007; 39(1):185. PMID: 17268896


15. Diagnosis and Management of Prostatitis: a Urological Challenge. Attar KH, Hamid R, Peters J. Trends Urol Gyn Sex Health. 2007; 12(4):26-30


16. Safety and Detailed Patterns of Morbidity of Transrectal Ultrasound guided Needle Biopsy of Prostate in a Urologist-led Unit. Lee G, Attar K, Laniado M, Karim O. Int Urol Nephrol. 2006; 38(2):281-5. PMID:16868698


17. Treating Co-Existent Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia/ Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms and Erectile Dysfunction in the aging men. Blake-James B, Attar KH, Emberton M. Aging Health. 2007; 3(2): 191-200


18. Secondary Polycythaemia Associated with Unilateral Renal Cystic Disease. Blake-James B, Attar KH, Rabbani S, Yeghen T, Owen R, Peters. J. Int Urol Nephrol. 2007; 39(3):955-8. PMID: 16835724


19. Folding the Flow Rate: a Simple Method to Display and File the Uroflowmetry Tracing. Attar KH, Rowe E, Karim O. Int Urol Nephrol. 2004; 36(4):533-6. PMID: 15787331


20. The Secret of the Phantom Stone: a Case Report. Attar KH, Lee G, Rowe E, Hudd C. Int Urol Nephrol. 2004; 36(1):27-8.


21. Case Report: Minimally Invasive Treatment of an Unusual Obstructive Ectopic Upper Pole Ureter. Lee G, Attar KH, Hudd C. Int Urol Nephrol. 2004; 36(1):21-2.


22. Rare Species of Actinomyces as Causative Pathogens in Breast Abscess. Attar KH, Waghorn D, Cunnick G. Breast J. 2007 Sep-Oct; 13(5):501-5. PMID: 17760673


23. Capsular Flap for Correction of Contour Deformities of the Breast. Imran D, Javaid M, Lewis D, Attar KH. Ann Plast Surg. 2005 Jun; 54(6):662-3. PMID: 15900156


24. An Anomalous Muscle Mimicking a Dorso-Radial Ganglion as a Cause of Radial Wrist Pain. Imran D, Avarmidis M, Attar KH. Hand Surg. 2006; 11(1-2):47-9. PMID: 17080528


25. Vacuum-assisted Closure (VAC) Therapy in the Management of Digital Pulp Defects. Attar KH, Imran D, Iyer S Acta Chir Plast. 2007; 49(3):75-6. PMID: 1805158


26. Grafting Posterior Tibial Nerve with Ipsilateral Sural nerve Cables in Leg Re-Plantation- a Common Sense Approach. Imran D, Attar KH. Acta Chir Plast. 2007; 49(3):63-5. PMID: 18051584


27. The Cosmetic Bladder. Patki P, Attar KH, Shah PJR. Charter Continence Care. Issue 14, 2008


28. Prostate Cancer’. Attar KH. Men’s Health Magazine. February Edition, 2008.

29. Laparoscopic Clam Ileocystoplasty: Technical feasibility ad Reduced Morbidity. Patki P, Attar KH, Patel K, Kirker D, Desai M, Shah J. Journal of Urology 2008;179(4):240-242

30. The Role of Ultrasound in the Urological Surveillance of Spinal Cord Injured Patients. Gurung P, Abdulrahman A, Attar KH et al. Journal of Urology. 2009; 181(4):934



 

 

 

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Expert in: Urology
Recommended by 1 specialist
Urological Oncology , Benign Prostatic Enlargement

For face to face consultations in London or Windsor, video or phone consultations anywhere, please ring 0175 390 3660

Mr Marc Laniado specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of men with prostate cancer and urinary symptoms due to an enlarged prostate (BPH). His aim is to return men to normal life quickly with the least side effects. Being a consultant since 2002 in the full-time direct clinical care of patients, without other distractions, he has great experience and expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer and urinary symptoms due to the prostate (BPH). 

Marc Laniado offers an individualised approach, tailoring the tests or treatments to the specific values of the man he sees.

For men at risk of prostate cancer, he offers advanced tests:

  • SelectMDx urine test for prostate cancer 
  • multiparametric MRI

  • MRI-targeted transperineal prostate biopsies under local (PrecisionPoint) or general anaesthesia 


For men, who need therapy for prostate cancer, Marc Laniado offers:  

  • Prolaris:  a special way of analysing prostate biopsies to help avoid active treatment more safely 
  • Focal therapy with HIFU when appropriate, as it preserves bladder control and erections.
  • Retzius-sparing prostatectomy; a special version of the robotic prostatectomy technique for the early recovery of bladder control and erections. To make as sure as possible cancer has been removed, the prostate is analysed in real-time, which is called NeuroSAFE, so that more tissue can be removed if necessary. To make the recovery more comfortable,  urine is drained though a suprapubic tube rather catheter in the penis. Marc Laniado does more than 100 cases a year.

To help men have fewer side effects from radiotherapy, He does SpaceOAR insertions under local anaesthetic.

For men with urinary symptoms due to BPH, Marc Laniado advises men on lifestyle changes and medications. Where these are unsuccessful, he performs day-case procedures that alleviate urinary symptoms without affecting ejaculation (UroLift, Rezum). Some men have unsuitable prostates and need a HoLEP (Holmium Laser Enucleation of the Prostate) and Aquablation, which can also preserve erections and ejaculation.  These are performed as day-case sometimes or overnight stay).

Marc Laniado trained in open prostatectomy started laparoscopic prostatectomies in 2006 and moved onto robotic prostatectomies in 2008/9. He switched from the anterior approach for robotic prostatectomy to the Retzius-sparing technique at the end of 2016. He does this for all patients, as it gives the quickest recovery of bladder control, especially when combined with full functional urethral length preservation, which is a surgical technique to preserve the sphincter (valve) muscle. Marc does nerve-sparing whenever possible and checks the surgical margins intraoperatively with frozen section to ensure the surgical margins are negative. This allows more nerve-sparing to be performed, and so more erections to be preserved. Marc does about 100 cases a year.

Marc Laniado is the chairman of the prostate cancer multidisciplinary team at the HCA Wellington Hospital and prostate cancer lead at Wexham Park Hospital (Frimley Health). He trains other surgeons in the robotic prostatectomy. He has driven the development of multiparametric MRI and MRI-targeted fusion biopsies of the prostate to diagnose men accurately. He started MRI-targeted biopsies in 2012 and does over two hundred MRI-targeted fusion biopsies a year. He introduced Retzius sparing prostatectomy at the end of 2016 as his preserved surgical technique (100 cases a year). He is the primary investigator at Wexham Park for several prostate cancer clinical trials.

By continually increasing his knowledge and awareness of developments in surgical treatments for urological conditions, he brings his expertise and experience to the patient by introducing them into his regular practice, ensuring that patients receive the very best care.  

After having graduated from Guy's and St Thomas' medical school, Mr Laniado studied on urological training schemes in London and spent a period at the Cleveland Clinic. He has since gained further recognition and awarded further qualifications and an award from The British Urological Foundation Fellowship, Gilbert Bursary and other awards.

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34 years of experience
Urological Oncology , Kidney Stones , Benign Prostatic Enlargement + 4 more

HCA UK Elstree Waterfront: Tuesday evenings by appointment only. 

One Health Hospital: Tuesday evenings by appointment only.

Queen Anne Street Medical Centre: Wednesdays or Thursdays by appointment only.

Global Diagnostics: Saturdays by appointment only.

Currently a Consultant Urological Surgeon at the Whittington Health NHS Trust, London an Honorary Senior Lecturer for the University College London (UCL) Medical School, Mr Chitale has received comprehensive training both in India and the UK in all subspecialties of Urology, and has gained extensive experience over many years in this field. He has a vast experience, having performed over 18,000 urological operative procedures ranging from cystoscopies to cystectomies. He has special expertise in procedures involving the lower urinary tract including prostatic, bladder, penile and urethral surgery.

His wide surgical skills and expertise include procedures for phimosis, hydrocele, epididymal lesions, varicoceles, testicular tumours, urethral surgery, surgery for male infertility, sperm retrieval procedures (M-TESE, TESE, MESA), vasectomy, reversal of vasectomy, surgery for Peyronie's disease and congenital penile deformities, endoscopic prostatic and bladder tumour resections, endoscopic treatment for urinary stones and Urological procedures for children including circumcision, orchidopexy for undescended testis, and hydrocelectomy for patent processus vaginalis.

He is published widely in peer-reviewed journals with around 80 publications to his credit, and also has several presentations at national and international meetings. He has been the principal author for the first ever randomised controlled trial (RCT) on shock wave therapy (SWT) for Peyronie's disease. He is also a referee to many scientific journals and a guest editor for a web based journal and has received several awards for academic achievements during his medical career.

In addition, Sudhanshu has been actively involved in teaching Undergraduates, Postgraduates, General Practitioners and Pharmaceutical/Nursing professionals by means of lectures/seminars/bedside-teaching for many years. He has been a well-respected and popular tutor amongst medical students and trainees. He currently acts as an MBBS examiner for UCL Medical School and has done so previously at UEA Medical School in Norwich.

Mr Chitale is a keen badminton player and represented his University in India. He enjoys swimming, theatre and travel.

Memberships

  • BMA
  • BAUS
  • EAU
  • AUA
  • USI
  • ESSM

 Expert Witness and Medico-legal report writing

 Vast Urological /surgical experience of over 25 years

> 20,000 procedures carried out

Dual training and accreditation: India and UK

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Expert in: Urology
Andrology

Mr. Amr Raheem is a specialist in Andrology at the University College London Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. He has a wealth of experience, spanning more than fifteen years, in this highly-specialised field. His expertise covers surgical, medical, hormonal, psychological and academic aspects of male health. Dr Raheem has over 15 years of experience in all aspects of men’s health; surgical, medical, hormonal and psychological and is one of only a handful of Male health experts worldwide.

He is actively involved in teaching undergraduate and postgraduate doctors, as well as training junior doctors and nursing staff. He also trains urologists in clinical and surgical Andrology and gynaecologists, sub-specialising in reproductive medicine, in male infertility. He has delivered numerous lectures in the field of Andrology to undergraduate medical students, Urology Diploma students, MSc Urology students, the Institute of Cancer Research, MSc Oncology students, MSc Genetics and Prenatal Diagnosis students, and General Practitioners. He has also been invited to lecture in several international medical congresses and has supervised several clinical theses.

 

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Urological Oncology

Mr Philip JS Charlesworth is a Consultant Urological Surgeon based in Reading, UK. Following his graduation and completion of surgical training in the NHS & Military Hospitals on the South-Coast of the UK, he began a post-graduate degree in Molecular Genetics of Urological Malignancies, at the Institute of Molecular Medicine, University of Oxford. Once qualified he undertook his specialist surgical training in Urology & Uro-oncology and spent his final years focusing on robotic surgery, minimally invasive surgery & open surgery for major urological cancers and subsequent surgical reconstruction.

In 2012 he was awarded a British Urological Foundation Robotic Preceptorship alongside world-renowned Professor Indebir Gill and his robotic surgical team at the University of Southern California Institute of Urology, Los Angeles, California, USA.

He has a specialist interest in bladder cancer and robotic surgery, currently having performed in excess of 250 complex robotic major pelvic uro-oncological cancer operations and is ranked one of the highest volume surgeons according to national statistics. He has become the lead for major pelvic cancer operations for patients in Berkshire and South Oxfordshire, serving a population of 1.1 million people. He is one of a handful of surgeons able to perform complex operations using the Da Vinci Robotic Surgical System for bowel reconstruction and formation, also having pioneered a radical technique to rectify robotic radical prostatectomy with graded erectile nerve sparing.

Other specialist interests include the diagnosis of prostate cancer, particularly with the novel advancement of specialist MRI scans of the prostate (multiparametric MRIs, mpMRI). He offers comprehensive diagnosis and investigative services for any urology problems, or specific uro-oncological complaints / concerns.

 

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Urological Oncology

Professor Francis Chinegwundoh MBE trained in London, the West Midlands and USA. His broad experience in urology allows him to deal with emergency and elective urology patients. He has particular interests in urological oncology, erectile dysfunction, prostate, sexual dysfunction and incontinence.

His articles on prostate cancer have been regularly published in the medical and surgical press. Professor Chinegwundoh has also done much television work for Channel 4, ITV, Sky news and the BBC regarding prostate cancer, testis cancer and bladder cancer. 

Professor Chinegwundoh also runs an incontinence service. He is the regional lead for prostate brachytherapy and is currently working on a major research study in prostate cancer. He is on the selection panel for medical school entry and since 2008, he has held a National Award for Clinical Excellence.  He is active in the voluntary sector as chairman of the charity Cancer Black Care and trustee of the National Federation of Prostate Cancer Support Groups, aka Tackle.

He has a large medical legal practice and regularly attends Court to act as an expert medical witness.

In 2013, he was awarded a MBE for services to urology and the NHS, one of only a handful of urologists in the country to have been honoured in this way.

He runs an accredited web site    www.urologyconsultant.co.uk

 

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