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Mr Ali Alhamdani, Consultant Bariatric Surgeon

Specialising in:

Management of obese patients.

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Specialist Details
Full name

Mr Ali Alhamdani




Consultant General Surgeon

Ali Alhamdani

Bariatric surgery

Site specialisation
Site specialisation 2
Clinical interests

Management of obese patients.

Background Information

Mr Alhamdani provides laparoscopic surgery for digestive disorders. He is experienced in weight loss surgery. 
Mr Alhamdani completed his medical degree at the College of Medicine, University of Baghdad in 1996. Moving to the UK in 1998, and after completing his basic and higher surgical training, he was awarded MD in Molecular Genetics by Swansea University in 2006. 
Mr Alhamdani has been a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS) and a JAG certified endoscopist since 2010. After his obesity surgery fellowship program in at the Sunderland Royal Hospital he moved to London as a Consultant Obesity Surgeon.

Languages spoken

English, Arabic

Regular Cromwell clinics


Clinic days

Mon: Tue: Wed: Thurs: Fri: Sat:

Appointments telephone number

020 7460 5700

Additional Career Information
Year qualified



Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, Member of British Society of Obesity and Metabol Surgery (BOMSS), Member of the International Federation For the Surgery of Obesity and Metabolic Disorders.

NHS hospitals


Research interests

Optimizing the surgical care of obese patients.

Key published papers

Laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding: a 10-year single centre experience of 575 cases with weight loss following surgery. Curcumin abrogates bile-induced NF-?B activity and DNA damage in vitro and suppresses NF-?B activity whilst promoting apoptosis in vivo, suggesting chemopreventative potential in Barrett's oesophagus. In vitro and ex vivo models of extended reflux exposure demonstrate that weakly acidic mixed reflux heightens NF-kB-mediated gene expression. Primary closure of choledochotomy after emergency laparoscopic common bile duct exploration. The bile acid deoxycholic acid has a non-linear dose response for DNA damage and possibly NF-kappaB activation in oesophageal cells, with a mechanism of action involving ROS.


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