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Mr Rajagopalan Sriram

Consultant Urological Surgeon


Practices at: BMI The Meriden Hospital

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Mr Sriram joined the University Hospital in February 2002 after completing his training in Urology. He passed the FRCS Urology examination in 2000. He was awarded the Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training in November 2001.

He obtained his primary MBBS degree from the University of Madras in 1984 and went on to obtain the Masters Degree in Surgery from the same University in 1988. He obtained the general Fellowship in Surgery from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in 1990. In 1994, he obtained the Diploma in Urology from the University of London before joining the West Midlands Urology training scheme. He was awarded the highest score in the European Board of Urology examination in 2001.

Mr Sriram's main area of interest is Bladder Cancer, Female Urology, Neurourology,Urinary incontinence and Urodynamics. He has published and presented papers in international journals and meetings. He is the lead clinician for Continence services in Urology.

Mr Sriram has trained many consultants to perform tape procedures and treatment injections. He is an educational supervisor for Warwick medical students and actively teaches the Urology Curriculum for the students. He also teaches in the CCrISP course at Coventry and at the Royal College of Surgeons of England. He is an examiner for the intermediate and Final MB Ch exams.

Clinical Interests

Mr Sriram has a special interest in urinary incontinence and bladder cancer. He treats females with stress and urge incontinence and also urinary incontinence associated with neurological problems like multiple sclerosis and stroke among other conditions. All aspects of incontinence are dealt with.

Professional Membership

  • Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh

  • British Urological Association (BAUS)

  • Section of Female Urology at BAUS

  • International Continence Society

  • European Urological Association

  • British Medical Association

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