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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Paul H Rajjayabun at Spire include:
Bladder cancer, Erectile dysfunction, Kidney Cancer, Prostate cancer, Urinary tract infections.
Paul Rajjayabun graduated in Medicine from the University of Birmingham and subsequently went on to be awarded a MD in Molecular Biology from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne. He completed his specialist training in Urological Surgery in the West Midlands Deanery and was appointed as a Consultant Urological Surgeon in 2008. To compliment his clinical work, Paul Rajjayabun acts as Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer, Senior Academy Tutor and Senior Examiner for the University of Birmingham Medical School. He is also a MRCS Intercollegiate Examiner.
Mr Rajjayabun has a broad interest in all aspects of adult Urology, with sub-specialist expertise in minimally invasive surgery for malignant and benign conditions of the upper urinary tract. His research and clinical work has been presented to numerous learned societies including The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, The Royal College of Surgeons of England, The Royal Society of Medicine, The American Association of Urology, The World Congress of Endourology and The British Association of Urological Surgeons. In recognition of his published studies he acts as manuscript reviewer for the Journal of Endourology. He is frequently invited to act as Faculty for leading conferences in his field, covering research and training in Urological Surgery.
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Consultant Urological Surgeon, Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust
Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer, University of Birmingham
Senior Academy Tutor, University of Birmingham
Senior Examiner, University of BirminghamBack to top
Mr Rajjayabun began his medical career in Worcestershire in 1995 and was delighted to return in 2008 as a Consultant Urological Surgeon. Although he has a busy professional life, he enjoys spending time with his children, family and friends. He has a keen interest in country pursuits and clay pigeon shooting.Back to top
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