Mr Stephen Richard Keoghane

Consultant Urological Surgeon

MBBS MS FRCS(Urol)

Year qualified:1989

Specialty

Personal profile

Following qualification from the Middlesex Hospital Medical School in London in 1989 and urological training in Oxford, Mr Keoghane was one of the first UK trainees to undertake specialist fellowship training in Bristol with visits to Washington University St Louis USA. Mr Keoghane was appointed as a consultant in 2003.

Two years of research in Oxford into lasers in urology and quality of life outcome measures, leading to the prestigious award of a Master of Surgery thesis from London University. He was one of the pioneers in laser prostatectomy in the UK and worldwide.

Stephen Keoghane has a wealth of experience in the diagnosis and management of many urological conditions and is an acknowledged national expert and at the forefront in the field of kidney stone management with proven published outcome data, publishing regularly in the international literature.

His interests also include lower urinary tract symptoms in both men and women, prostatitis, vasectomy, testicular and chronic pelvic pain syndromes. (http://www.bmj.com/content/341/bmj.c6716.extract).

He is an active member of the Endourology society and regularly attends international meetings in both stone disease and general urology.

Mr Keoghane’s interest also include skiing, horseracing and polo. He has spent 21 years in the Army Reserve.

Professional Memberships

  • Fellow Royal College of Surgeons of England
  • BMA
  • EAU 
  • Endo-urology Society

Clinical Interests

Thirteen years as a consultant Urological Surgeon in one of the largest and busiest NHS in the UK hospitals has led to an enormous experience in urology.

  • Kidney and ureteric stones. Experience of high volume, routine and complex major kidney stone surgery
  • Lower urinary tract symptoms
  • Prostate and testicular pain
  • All scrotal lumps
  • Vasectomy
  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Recurrent urinary tract infections in both men and women

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