Keyhole radical endometriosis surgeryKeyhole hysterectomyChronic pelvic painMinimal access surgeryInfertility minmal access surgery (ovarian drilling, salpingostomy and adhesiolysis)Minimal access fibroid surgery (myomectomy)
Overnight stay hysterectomy service. One night stay following major gynaecological surgery service. Currently developing:-Radical complete excision of pelvic peritonium for surgical management of endometriosisTemporary ovarian suspension
British Society of Gynaecological EndoscopyRoyal College of Obstetrician and Gynaecologists.Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.
Mr Trehan's special interests include endometriosis and minimal access (keyhole) surgery. He is well known for excision treatment of endometriosis and keyhole hysterectomy. Mr Trehan has pioneered, developed, introduced and is running effectively the UK's only one of its kind, overnight hospital stay service following major benign gynaecological surgery, where patients are fit to leave hospital after only one night's stay rather than the conventional practice of 5-7 nights. This is also true for complex endometriosis surgery lasting anything between 4 to 8 hours. Mr Trehan has also introduced one of the most advanced endometriosis surgical services in the region. Mr Trehan's keyhole experience as a consultant spans over a period of 15 years. For more infomation and video presentation on Modern Management of Endometriosis and diagnosis & medical treatment video look on Mr Trehan's website.
Mr Trehan enjoys gardening and travelling and involved in charity events in his spare time.
Mr Trehan's endometriosis websiteMr Trehan's general gynaecology website
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