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Professor Peter Cuckow

Paediatric surgery

http://www.petercuckow.com

 

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Last updated: 29 Jun 2020

Specialises in

  • Urology

About me

Professor Peter Cuckow specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of paediatric urological and surgical conditions. Primarily based at the world-renowned Great Ormond Street Hospital he also works at University College London Hospital, Ipswich NHS Trust, The Portland Hospital and The Harley Street Clinic. Internationally recognised for his operating skills he holds several Honorary Consultant posts abroad.
Professor Cuckow deals with a broad range of conditions in his specialist field ranging from the relatively straightforward through to the highly complex, such as hypospadias and cloacal exstrophy.
As no two patients are the same, your child will receive care that has been individualised to meet their needs precisely.

Areas of interest

Paediatric surgery; bladder exstrophy; cloacal anomalies; congenital megaureter; disorders of sexual development; epispadias; hydrocele; hernia; hydronephrosis; hypospadias; incontinence; neuropathic bladder; posterior urethral valves; PUJ obstruction; undescended testes; vesico ureteric reflux

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Anaesthetists worked with

  • Professor Peter Cuckow has worked with Dr Mark Farrar at the following hospitals:

    • The Portland Hospital for Women and Children (5-50)
  • Professor Peter Cuckow has worked with Dr Jonathan Smith at the following hospitals:

    • The Portland Hospital for Women and Children (1-5)
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