14 June 2019
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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Shikohe Masood at Spire include:
Urinary tract infections, Incontinence, Female Urology, Erectile dysfunction, Benign prostate diseases
I am an educational and clinical governance lead for urology at Medway Foundation Trust Hospital. I regularly teach medical students and am responsible for the training of junior doctors and specialist registrars. I am also an examiner in surgery for the University of London.
I have wide experience in the management of general urological conditions with special interest in prostate disease, impotence, female and male urinary incontinence, female urology, urinary tract infections, video-urodynamics and scrotal problems.
I have published numerous articles in peer reviewed urology journals and have given many national and international presentations. I have written two book chapters in urology text books. My published articles can be accessed by logging on to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed.
Benign prostate diseases
Bladder/ kidney stone disease
Urinary tract infections
Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh.
Full member of British Association of Urological Surgeons.
Active member of European Association of Urology.
Member of International Continence Society.
Member of British Medical Association.
Member of The Medical Defence Union.
Member of European Urology Accredited Continuing Medical Education.
Consultant Urological Surgeon. Medway Foundation trust Hospital, Gillingham, KentBack to top
I am married with two children. I am a keen squash and badminton player and also enjoy travelling and music.Back to top
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