Mr Benjamin L Jenkins: Urology
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Mr Benjamin L Jenkins

Urology

 

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Specialises in

  • Female urology
  • General
  • Impotency and infertility
  • Urinary tract stones
  • Urological malignancy

About me

Mr Ben Jenkins completed an MD (Doctor of Medicine Higher Degree) at Newcastle University working on site from 2000-2002. His specialist area of interest in Urology research was MAP Kinase growth factors in prostate cancer.

He trained on the Manchester Urology Speciality Rotation and was awarded the FRCS (Urology) in 2006.

He began his NHS Urology consultant post in 2007 at Sunderland. During his role there has has developed the ureteric and renal stone service introducing flexible ureterorenoscopy and holmium laser stone fragmentation initially. He then went on to develop a Fixed lithotripsy service for the region. He regularly performs complex stone surgery and is part of the BAUS National audit for this.

He has recently begun the Urolift procedure for men with difficulty passing urine. This procedure allows men to have symptom improvement with a lower risk of complications

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Outflow obstruction investigation and treatment - including medication, Urolift and TURP; Urinary stone disease investigation and treatment with lithotripsy, ureteroscopy and laser or percutaneous removal; prostate cancer investigation and treatment; bladder cancer; haematuria; erectile failure; Vasectomy reversal

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