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Mr Mohamed Ismail

Urology

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Specialises in

  • Benign Prostate disorders
  • General urology
  • Urinary tract stones

About me

I joined Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust as a consultant urological surgeon in 2016. I specialise in treating kidney stone and laparoscopic (key hole) surgery for kidney diseases. I graduated at Baghdad University in 1999. I completed my PhD degree in urology at the University of Surrey in 2009. I undertook my postgraduate specialist urological training in the Southwest of England. I have also completed a further 20 months of stone and laparoscopic fellowship in the Bristol Urological institute in 2015. I gained a valuable experience in the management of complex kidney stone diseases and minimally invasive access treatment for kidney cancer and benign kidney diseases. I perform a high volume of flexible ureteroscopy and percutaneous nephrolithotomy (key hole surgery) to remove kidney stones. I also have training and experience in laparoscopic surgery for non functioning kidneys and pelviureteric junction obstruction (PUJO).I am passionate about delivering the highest quality of clinical care. I am also enthusiastic to increase public awareness and knowledge of stone disease.

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My specialist interest is the treatment of renal stone diseases, shock wave lithotripsy, flexible and rigid ureteroscopy, PCNL, and laparoscopic surgery for benign kidney diseases.

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