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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Marc Laniado at Spire include:
My special interests are prostate cancer diagnosis, using genetic tests, transrectal ultrasound and computerised prediction models. My aim is not only to diagnose prostate cancer but to determine prognosis.
Prostate cancer treatment: laparoscopic/robotic prostatectomy and HIFU. My goal is to make as little impact on the rest of the body as possible whilst effectively treating the cancer.
Urinary incontinence in women: treatment depends on making the correct diagnosis, so I use urodynamics to identify women needing treatment with transobturator tapes or botulinum toxin where appropriate. Stone treatment: using lasers that can destroy all stones.
My philosophy is to make a diagnosis as accurately as possible and then make a prognosis as to the likelihood of benefit, depending on the treatment options available. I perform as many tests as possible at the first consultation to give my opinions at the earliest opportunity.
I studied medicine at Guy's Hospital and trained in urology ion rotations based at St Mary's Hospital, London. Lastly, I went to the Cleveland Clinic in USA to learn the techniques used in the minimally invasive surgery unit. I work with two other colleagues as part of a team known as Windsor Urology. www.windsorurology.co.uk.
I work with two other colleagues as part of a team known as Windsor Urology.
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MB BS BSc (Hons) MD / London / 1989
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, Bachelor of Science, Doctor of Medicine
British Association of Urological Surgeons
American Urological Association
European Association of Urology
Royal College of Surgeons of England
British Medical Association
Heatherwood & Wexham Park Hopsital NHS TrustBack to top
I was born in Hampstead and lived in north and west London most of my life until moving to Windsor. I met my wife whilst presenting research at the American Urological Association in 1996 and we have twin boys. Outside urology, my life revoles around my family, I enjoy tennis, wind surfing, running and, when possible, skiing.Back to top
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