Mr. Waseem Kamran
Blackrock Clinic, Suite 7 |
Mr Waseem Kamran is a certified surgical gynaecological oncologist and cytoreductive surgeon at St James hospital as well as Blackrock Clinic. As well as being able to surgically deal with all kinds of simple and complex benign gynaecological conditions, Mr Kamran is passionate to use the most innovative surgical techniques for women with early, advanced and recurrent malignancies of uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, cervix and vulva. He offers some of the latest cutting edge surgical treatments to his cancer patients including fertility preserving procedures, ultra-radical cytoreductive surgery in advanced cancers, sentinel as well as therapeutic lymph node dissection and robotic surgery which enables more patients with high body mass index to have key hole surgery resulting in better recovery and improved cosmetic outcomes. Over the last 5 years, Mr Kamran has pioneered the use of laparoscopic surgery in the field of gynaecological oncology in Ireland and has dedicated much of his time to expand and incorporate new surgical techniques in the surgical management of ovarian cancer. He is one of a handful of oncology surgeons in Europe who are proficient in performing such extensive multi-organ cytoreductive surgeries for gynaecological malignancies.
Following his specialist training in general obstetrics and gynaecology from London he gained certification in urogynaecology and advanced pelvic reconstructive surgery from Kings College hospital, London. He undertook his formal advanced minimally invasive surgery (key hole) training at the minimal access therapy training unit (MATTU) - one of the leading institutes for laparoscopic surgery in teh UK and worldwide whci culminated in a postgraduate diploma in advanced laparascopic surgery. Mr Kamran undertook an RCOG approved fellowship in surgical management of gynaecological cancer. During this three years long clinical fellowship, he received an unparalleled multi-organ surgical training in the management of gynaecological cancers.