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Prof. Asif Raza, Consultant Urological Surgeon

Specialising in:

Keyhole kidney and laser stone surgery (endourology) prostate problems both benign and cancer related offering prostate cancer screening, prostate surgery for benign prostatic enlargement , all general urological conditions in both men and women including urinary infections, blood in the urine, penile and testicular problems as well as bladder problems.

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Specialist Details
Full name

Prof. Asif Raza

Qualifications

MBChB, FRCS (Gen Surg), FRCS (Urol), FEBU

Title

Consultant Urological Surgeon

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Specialties

Urology

Site specialisation

Kidney stone surgery

Site specialisation 2

General Urology

Clinical interests

Keyhole kidney and laser stone surgery (endourology) prostate problems both benign and cancer related offering prostate cancer screening, prostate surgery for benign prostatic enlargement , all general urological conditions in both men and women including urinary infections, blood in the urine, penile and testicular problems as well as bladder problems.

Background Information
Biography

Asif graduated in 1991 from Glasgow University Medical School During part of  his registrar programme in Scotland he trained in the world-renowned Scottish Lithotriptor (Stone) Centre in Edinburgh performing minimal access and keyhole surgical techniques. 
 
He currently works as a Consultant Urological Surgeon for London Northwest University Healthcare NHS Trust. 
He is an Associate Professor for Plymouth University School of Medicine and Dentistry, Honorary Senior Lecturer for Imperial College Medical School, London. and programme lead for Urology for the Rila institute. 
 
He is Clinical Stone lead for his trust and regularly chairs the specialist stone mdt. He regularly performs complex kidney stone operations including pcnl for larger stones. He is pioneering the use of ultra-low dose CT scans at his trust to lower radiation exposure to patients. He has an interest in Artificial Intelligence and its potential role in urology in the future. 
 
He provides advice and treatment of  benign prostate problems including prostate surgery and offers prostate cancer screening and investigation of raised psa. He manages general urological conditions in both men and women including urinary infections, blood in the urine, penile (circumcision) testicular problems, erection problems as well as bladder problems. 
 
He has published widely in his field and presents audits and research at local, international and international meetings.

Languages spoken

English, Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi

Availability
Regular Cromwell clinics

Yes

Clinic days

Mon: Tue: Wed: pmThurs: pmFri: Sat:

Appointments telephone number

020 7341 5003

Additional Career Information
Year qualified

1991

Memberships

GMC, BAUS, BMA

NHS hospitals

London Northwest University Healthcare NHS Trust

Posts

Associate Professor Plymouth University Medical and Dental School

Research interests

Kidney and ureteric stone diagnostics and treatment.

Key published papers

Filariasis an Unusual Cause of Retroperitoneal Fibrosis, Hydronephrosis, and Infertility in a Young Adult Male 
Journal of Endourology: Published Online: 23 Apr 2019   
 
 
Iodinated contrast reactions ? ending the myth of contrast allergic reactions to iodinated contrast agents in Urological Practice. 
BJU intl Volume 117, Issue 3, pages 389?391, March 2016 
 
 
A Community Urology service: Fact or Fiction 
BJUIntl: Nov 2010: 106(10), 1428-1430 
 
 
Upper pole puncture in percutaneous nephrolithotomy ? a retrospective review of treatment safety and efficacy. 
BJUIntl: March 2008: 101(5), 599 ? 602 
 
 
Lower limb (well leg) compartment syndrome after urological pelvic surgery 
Review article:   J Urol 2004, Jan 171(1), 5-11 
 

Media coverage

Our health professionals regularly contribute to hospital publications, as well as national newspaper articles and television coverage.