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Last updated: 3 Jun 2020
- Urinary tract stones
- Urological oncology
Mr Adebanji B Adeyoju is Consultant Urological Surgeon with a special interest and expertise in Endo-urology including Laparoscopic surgery and minimally invasive surgery for urinary stones and benign prostatic enlargement.
Adebanji graduated from the College of Medicine, University of Ibadan in 1988. He undertook his basic and middle grade surgical training in Dublin, Ireland before moving to the north-west of England in 1997 for higher surgical training which was completed in 2002.
He was appointed as Consultant Urological Surgeon at Stepping Hill Hospital NHS Foundation trust in the same year.
Adebanji is a full member of the British association of Urological Surgeons as well as the European association of Urology. He plays an active role locally, regionally and nationally in the teaching and training of both undergraduate and post-graduate medical students and surgeons.
Areas of interest
Prostate disease including prostate cancer; PSA; Urinary tract disorders; Bladder syndromes; Laparoscopic procedures ('keyhole surgery'); Renal access surgery; Stone disease; Endourology; Kidney cancer ; kidney stones, urinary tract stones ; lower urinary tract symptoms, blood in urine ; haematuria ; PSA testing, endourology ;mens health ; benign prostate disorders ; laparoscopy ; kidney cancer ; testicular lumps, testicular cancer ; minimally invasive surgery ; transurethral needle water vaporisation of the prostate ( rezum )
Current NHS consultant posts held
Stepping Hill Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Leighton Hospital Crewe
Minimally invasive surgery
Clinical excellence awards (variety)
Addla SK. Rajpal S. Sutcliffe N. Adeyoju A.
Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. 90(5):433-4, 2008 Jul.
The '2-week wait' rule for referrals for suspected urological cancers--urgent need for refinement of criteria.
Hawary AM. Warburton HE. Brough RJ. Collins GN. Brown SC. O'Reilly PH. Adeyoju AA.
Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. 90(6):517-22, 2008 Sep
Nephroptosis: seriously misunderstood?. [Review] [20 refs]
Srirangam SJ. Pollard AJ. Adeyoju AA. O'Reilly PH.
BJU International. 103(3):296-300, 2009 Feb.
The use and misuse of the PSA test: A retrospective case note review of testing in a UK teaching hospital
N.I. Osman, K. Chow, W. Ng, G. Burrows, A. Adeyoju
British Journal of Medical & Surgical Urology
July 2010 (Vol. 3, Issue 4, Pages 167-171)
National practice and outcomes of laparoscopic pyeloplasty in the United kingdom.
K. Chow, A. Adeyoju
Journal of Endourology. 25(4):657-62, 2011 Apr.
Diethylstilboestrol for the treatment of prostate cancer: past, present and future.
Turo R. Smolski M. Esler R. Kujawa ML. Bromage SJ. Oakley N. Adeyoju A. Brown SC. Brough R. Sinclair A. Collins GN.
Scandinavian Journal of Urology. 48(1):4-14, 2014 Feb.
Management of a patient with a chronic nephrocutaneous fistula after partial nephrectomy using a novel technique.
Cleaveland P; Tang V; Pollard A; Adeyoju A.
International Journal of Urology. 22(2):232-3, 2015 Feb.
Cleaveland, Paul; Tang, Vincent; Pollard, Alfred; Adeyoju, Adebanji.
Courses offered to GPs
Will speak to local GPs upon request regarding a variety of urological topics
Reference number 4468082
- The Alexandra
- 09:00 - 17:00
- 0161 495 7784
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0161 428 3656 call in emergency