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Mr Neil Barber

Urology

 

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Specialises in

  • General urology
  • Urinary tract stones
  • Urological oncology

About me

Mr Barber provides care relating to all relevant aspects of male health. His surgical interests relate to the application of minimally invasive, cutting edge techniques in achieving excellent outcomes with minimal intrusion.
Neil is closely involved in developing minimally invasive treatments for BPH and his experience with Urolift and Greenlight Laser along with a new treatment called Aquablation, place him in an excellent position to be able to offer patients an allover view of the treatments available.
Neil has been using mpMRI for diagnosis of prostate cancer for some years now and 2017 saw the results of the PROMIS trial establishing mpMRI as a key indicator for prostate cancer.

Areas of interest

Laparoscopic procedures ('keyhole surgery'); Oncology - surgical; Urinary tract disorders; Infection control; Prostate disease including prostate cancer; Laser surgery; Kidney disorders; Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH); Greenlight laser prostatectomy; The urolift procedure; Robotic kidney surgery; Kidney cancer; Foreskin problems; Urethral disease; PSA; Template transperineal biopsies of the prostate; Prostate mapping; LUTS; Erectile dysfunction; Urinary tract stone disease

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