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Mr Jonathan Dyer

South Coast Urology

Urology

 

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  • Urological oncology

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I have worked as a Consultant Urological Surgeon at Southampton University Hospital Foundation trust since 2009.

I completed a Bachelor of Science honours degree in Biochemistry with Pharmacology from the University of Southampton 1990 before studying Medicine at Southampton University Medical School graduating in 1994. I completed Specialist training in the Wessex region including a fellowship year training in laparoscopic and robotic urological surgery, stone surgery and brachytherapy in Perth, Australia. I completed my Medical Doctorate in 2007 and was awarded a Royal College of Surgeons of England fellowship to carry out this research in urological reconstructive surgery. In 2008 I undertook a clinical visit to Cleveland Clinic, Ohio training in advanced laparoscopic techniques and Robotics. I worked as a consultant in Winchester and Southend University Hospital before appointment in Southampton in 2009.

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Robotic surgery; Robotic prostatectomy; Prostate disease; prostate cancer; PSA Screening; Active Surveillance; Urological oncology; Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH); prostate artery embolization; PAE; Kidney stones; Laparoscopic procedures ('keyhole surgery');HIFU; Cryotherapy

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