Mrs Anne Mitchener
BSc, PhD, MB BChir, FRCS, FRCS(SN)
Practices at: BMI The Clementine Churchill Hospital
She then qualified in medicine from Cambridge in 1987 and completed neurosurgical training in London, Glasgow and Edinburgh - added to the principle list as a Consultant Neurosurgeon in 2001.
Anne worked as a consultant in Norway for 4 years and then at King's College Hospital until 2009 when she became fully independent with practices in Surrey and London.
A member of the British Association of Spinal Surgeons, Society of British Neurological Surgeons with over twenty years’ experience of spinal surgery.
She performs spinal surgery for the NHS and private patients offering a complete outpatient and inpatient service.
- Cervical Spine microdiscectomy and fusion
- Cervical Disc replacement
- Cervical laminectomy/foraminotomy
- Lumbar Spinal laminectomy/foraminotomy
- Lumbar microdiscectomy
- All spine degenerative conditions - operative and injection
- Carpal Tunnel Decompression
- British Association of Neurological Surgeons
- British Association of Spine Surgeons
- Royal College of Surgeons of England
- Independent Doctors Federation (Council and Education Board)
Mitchener. A, Selway. R. 2008: Re-designing the service for degenerative spinal disease. Proceedings of the 151 Meeting of the Society of British Neurological Surgeons, British Journal of Neurosurgery, 22:2, 169 – 186
Murray. A, Mitchener. A, Whitfield. P, Malagoli. M, Staff, R, Welch. D, Venneri. A 2005.
Language mapping using H2150 positron emission tomography in patients with cerebral tumours for preoperative planning.
Whittle. I, Mitchener. A, Atkinson. H, Wharton. S.
Anaplastic Progression in low grade glioneural tumours. Acta Neuropathol(Berl) 104: 216, 2001.
Mitchener. A, Wyper. D, Patterson. J, Hadley.D, Wilson. J.T.L., Scott. L.C, Jones. M, Teasdale. G.
SPECT, CT and MR imaging in head injury: Acute abnormalities followed-up at six months. J.l of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry. 82:1997.
Mitchener. A, Wyper. D, and Teasdale. G. 1993 – The Role of SPECT in Head i
Injury. Amersham International Ltd: Symposium on Clinical Neuroimaging with SPECT. Cardiff, June 1993.
Mitchener. A, Wyper.D, Patterson. J, Hadley.D, Wilson. L, and Teasdale. G. 1993. SPECT imaging in Head Injury: The Relationship between Acute Abnormalities and Residual Clinical Cognitive Deficits at 6 months. J. Cereb. Blood Flow Metab. Vol 13 (Supp. 1), S545.
Clow. A, Topham. A, Saunders. J, Murray. R and Sandler. M. 1985.
The Role of Salsolinol in Alcohol Intake and Withdrawal.
In: Aldehyde Products in Alcoholism p103 – 111. Ed. Collins. M.A., Alan. R Lisa Inc. N.Y.
Murray. R, Clifford.C, Girling. H, Topham.A, Clow. A and Bernhadt. M. 1983
Currant Genetic and Biological Approaches to Alcoholism. Psychiatric Developments Vol 1. N:2, p179 – 193.
Litman.G and Topham.A 1983 – Outcome studies on Techniques in Alcoholism Treatment In: Recent Developments in Alcoholism Vol 1. Chapter 7, p176. Ed. Galanter., M, Plenum Publishing Corporation.
Bhattacherya. A, Glover. V, Sandler. M, Clow. A, Topham. A, Bernhadt. M, and Murray. R. 1982.
Raised endogenous monoamine oxidase inhibitor output in post withdrawal alcoholics: effects of L-dopa and ethanol.
Biological Psychiatry Vol 17. P687 – 694
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