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Mr Anthony Peel

General surgery

 

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  • Breast specialist
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Specialises in

  • Breast surgery

Bupa specialist

  • Breast specialist

About me

Anthony Peel M.Chir., FRCS, is a Senior Consultant Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon at St Bartholomews Hospital London, where he was the Lead Consultant in the Breast Surgical Unit for a number of years.

He was formerly an Consultant Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon at the Royal Marsden Hospital London. He specialises, in the management of Benign and Malignant Breast conditions which include Genetic Advice, Breast Conservation, Skin Sparing Mastectomy and Immediate Reconstruction. Benign Breast conditions including; Breast Lumps; Breast Pain; Breast Nodularity; Breast Mastitis; Abscess and Nipple Discharge and Axillary (Arm Pit) Swellings.

He is a recognized BASO Breast Cancer specialist, treating both Symptomatic and Screen detected cancer patients, offering Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy and Oncoplastic Surgery.

He provides a one stop diagnostic service combing with a leading London Radiologist.
For those patients with Breast Cancer he works closely with renowned Clinical and Medical leading Oncologists. He also links with Internationally renowned Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons at St Bartholomews, The Royal Marsden Hospital and The London Clinic.

Anthony Peel was awarded an MBE for services to medicine and humanitarian issues in respect of The Women's Cancer Appeal in the North East of England, the creation of the MRC examination at The Royal College of Surgeons, and for charitable humanitarian relief work abroad. A founder trustee of HART (Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust), a former Trustee of The Trust House Charitable Foundation; Long time Programme Director of MAP (Medical Aid to Palestinians),

Anthony Peel has published widely with 62 surgical publications in postgraduate medical education literature to his name, and has written 8 chapters in standard surgical textbooks.
He has sat on the Editorial Board of International Medical Journals; and has been a peer reviewer for numerous leading international medical journals The British Journal Of Surgery, The World Journal of Surgery, has a keen interest in surgical standards, was an examiner at The Royal Colleges of Surgeons 'RCS' both in the UK and Ireland, and was Chairman of The Court of Examiners at the Royal College of Surgeons of England. This interest has been continued in his work for The General Medical Council of England and The Medical Council of Ireland where he provides medical expert opinions and reports relating to the standard of surgical care.

Areas of interest

Breast Conditions; Breast Pain; Breast Lump; Breast Cyst; Breast Mouse; Fibroadenoma; Breast Infection; Breast Abscess; Breast Swelling; Nipple discharge;
Breast Imaging; Breast Mammography; Breast Ultrasound; Breast MRI; CT Scan; PET CT Scan;
Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology; Breast Core Biopsy; Lumpectomy for Breast Cancer; Wide Local Excision with Remodelling; Image Wire Guided Excision; Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy; Axillary Lymph Node Clearance; DCIS; LCIS; Invasive Ductal Cancer; Invasive Lobular Cancer; Mastectomy; Skin Sparing Mastectomy with Immediate Reconstruction; Breast Implants; Microdochectomy; Total Duct Excision; Breast Genetics; Cancer Prevention; Gene Mutation; BRCA1, BRCA2; Family History Risk; Preventative Dietary Advice; Inflammatory Breast Cancer; Triple Negative Breast Cancer; Papilloma; Traumatic Fat Necrosis; Radial Scar; Breast Conservation; Axillary Lumps; Axillary Lymph Glands; Chest Wall Lumps.
Male Breast Conditions; Gynaecomastia.

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Procedures completed

  • B2760

    Skin/nipple sparing mastectomy (including axillary node biopsy) - (1-5)

  • XR121

    Unilateral image guided vacuum assisted excision of breast lesion (with biopsy) - (1-5)

  • T8520

    Block dissection of axillary lymph nodes (axillary clearance) levels 1 to 3 - (1-5)

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