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Mr Stuart Graham

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Last updated: 3 Jul 2020

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  • General urology
  • Urinary tract stones

About me

Training

Stuart qualified at St. Thomas's Hospital, part of the United Medical & Dental Schools of Guys & St. Thomas's Hospitals (now part of Kings), in London. After working on Surrey & Eastbourne, Stuart completed his training on the North Central Thames Rotation in Urology, and Became the Senior Clinical Fellow to the Stone Unit at University College London Hospital and Admin SR / Lead Registrar for 15 months. During this time, he was awarded the Markowicz Prize for being Registrar of the Year.

NHS Service

After 18 months as a Consultant at The Lister Hospital in Stevenage, where he set up a Comprehensive Stone Service, Stuart was appointed as Consultant Urologist & Stone Surgeon at Whipps Cross Hospital, Part of Barts Health NHS Trust. He is now the Director of Endourology and Stone Services for the whole trust.


Stuart now performs all the major stone surgery for Barts health, a population of almost 2.5 million people, including very complex endourological procedures, often directing a team of several surgeons. He performs over 50 PCNLs a year and over 200 flexible ureterorenoscopies and ureteroscopies.


In 2015 he set up the trust’s holmium enucleation of the prostate service (HoLEP), having previously performed greenlight prostatectomy and been part of the GOLIATH European study group that gained this procedure it’s NICE approval. Stuart has now performed over 70 HoLEPs, including some very large prostates. In 2017 he took up UroLift and offers this now as well. He has run the laser bladder clinic, where bladder cancer can be lasered under local anaesthetic since his appointment at Barts Health.


Stuart continues to have a background in core urology and continues to offer treatment in this, alongside his stone and laser interest.


Stuart has authored a book chapter, several papers including one in the Journal of Applied Mathematics. He has led to presentation over 30 podium presentations and poster presentations and has presented as an expert in numerous conferences. He continues to lecture at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) medical school on basic science, and applied subjects such a stone disease.

Areas of interest

Specialises in:- Kidney stones; Renal calculus; Renal calculi; Stone management; PCNL; Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy; PCNL; Flexible Ureterorenoscopy; FURS; Endourology; URS; Ultra mini PCNL; UMP; Supine PCNL; ECRIRS; Flexible ureteroscopy; ureteroscopy; Ureteric strictures; ureteric tumours; Metabolic; prevention of kidney stones; loin pain; renal colic; ureteric colic; Stones; ESWL; Lithotripsy; Shockwave; stents; General urology; Circumcision; Vasectomy; Scrotal bumps; Scrotal lumps; Scrotal lesions; Scrotal pain; Hydrocoele; Epididymal cyst; Prostatitis; Pelvic pain; Bladder pain; bladder symptoms; Prostate symptoms; Overactive bladder; Botox for bladder; urodynamics; Benign prostate disease (BPH); LUTS; Prostate Problems; Prostatism; laser prostatectomy; HoLEP; HoLIP; Holmium Prostatectomy; Laser Prostatectomy; UroLift; cancer; bladder pain syndrome; pelvic pain syndrome; interstitial cystitis; scrotal pain; cancer; prostate cancer; bladder cancer; testis cancer; incontinence

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