Recorded webinar: The ‘Ins’ and ‘Outs’ of Ureteric Obstruction

Apologies for the recording missing out the first minute of the webinar. The missing slides can be consulted in the pdf presentation below.

This recorded webinar comes all the way from UK from our compatriot and colleague Mr Rajan Veeratterapillay, Consultant Urological Surgeon on the surgical and medical management of different types of ureteric obstruction. He kindly geve up some time from his busy schedule to share his knowledge and experience on the 9th of September 2020. He comes regularly to Mauritius and in pre-covid-19 years gave face to face lectures.

This is his biography (mostly from http://www.newcastleurology.org.uk):

Mr Rajan Veeratterapillay studied at Royal College Curepipe and obtained the SSR Scholarship in 2000.

Mr Rajan Veeratterapillay graduated from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne with distinction in 2006 and undertook specialist training in urology in the North East before completing his FRCS(Urol) examination in 2014.

He completed a fellowship in minimally invasive surgery and renal transplantation at the Freeman Hospital before being appointed as a Consultant Urological Surgeon in 2016. He specialises in laparoscopic nephrectomy (keyhole surgery) for kidney cancer. His other interests include stone surgery and laser surgery for benign prostate problems.

Mr Veeratterapillay has published widely in the field of urology and has experience of systematic review (including Cochrane) and has contributed to guidelines for the European Association of Urology (EAU). He has received a number of awards for presentations at international conferences and won the American Urology Association Resident Bowl Award in 2014. He is actively involved in medical education including simulation training for junior surgeons. His research interests include renal cancer, urinary stone disease and surgical aspects of renal transplantation.

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