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- Gynaecological oncology
Mr Alexander-Sefre MB ChB, FRCS(Ed), MRCOG, MD is a fully accredited registered gynaecologist and specialist in gynaecological cancers. He has been trained in general surgery, gynaecology and cancer in London, Glasgow and Germany. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and a Member of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologist in London. He is also fully accredited in performing pelvic ultrasound and management of smear abnormalities. He has made significant contributions to the academic development of his speciality and patient care service development.
Mr Alexander-Sefre has over 20 years experience in individualised and comprehensive management of cancer risk assessment of gynaecological cancers or precancer conditions. He also has wide interest in general women's health, pelvic pain, abnormal bleeding, vulval disorders and menopause.
Mr Alexander-Sefre lives with his wife Marina who is a general practitioner. They have a young daughter. He enjoys gardening, golf and history.
His areas of expertise are:
Ovarian cancer, Ovarian Cyst
Uterine or endometrial cancer
Abnormal smear, precancer changes of cervix vaginal, endometrial and vulval areas.
Familial Risk Assessment and Screening / surveillance
Colposcopy and cervical screening
Key hole / Laparoscopic surgery
Pelvic pain / Endometriosis
Abnormal menstrual bleeding / bleeding after intercourse or in between periods / bleeding after menopause
Vaginal discharge, pelvic infection
Vulval disorders such as vulval itchiness, soreness or lesions
Areas of interest
Ovarian cancer; uterine cancer; vaginal cancer; vulval cancer; abnormal smear; Menstrual disorders; heavy and painful periods; endometriosis; treatment of endometriosis; pelvic pain; menorrhagia; post-coital bleeding; intermenstrual bleeding; ovarian cysts; painful intercourse; dyspareunia; hormone replacement therapy; menopause; postmenopausal bleeding; vaginal discharge; hysteroscopy; endometrial ablation; endometrial resection; hysteroscopy; laparoscopy; abdominal hysterectomy; vaginal hysterectomy; laparoscopically-assisted vaginal hysterectomy; laparoscopic sub-total hysterectomy; colposcopy (examination of cervix and vagina); abnormal cervical smears, loop excision cervix; fibroids; laparoscopic myomectomy; division of adhesions; polyps; removal of ovaries; pelvic inflammatory disease; vaginal infections; recurrent thrush; keyhole surgery; minimal access surgery.
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