Mr Wael Elsaify
Consultant General, Breast and Endocrine Surgeon
MBBCh (Honour Degree) 1994, Master Degree in Surgery 1999, FRCS (Glasgow) Royal College of Surgeons of Glasgow 2000, FRCSI Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland 2001, FRCS (General Surgery) Royal College of Surgeons 2009, CCST General Surgery, 2009, Minimal Invasive Endocrine Surgery IRCAD France Strasbourg 2013.
Practices at: BMI Woodlands Hospital
He spent a year as a Fellow in oncoplastic breast and endocrine surgery at the Nightingale Centre University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust. Since 2011, he has been the lead Endocrine Surgeon at the James Cook University Hospital Foundation Trust with a large thyroid and parathyroid practice.
Mr Elsaify also works closely with a team of Endocrinologists to offer a multidisciplinary approach to thyroid and parathyroid conditions dysfunction. Mr Elsaify routinely performs laparoscopic cholecystectomy for gallbladder disease and open and laparoscopic hernia repair. He also performs other hernia surgery and excision of skin lesions, lumps and bumps.
Mr Elsaify trained in all aspects of Endocrine (Thyroid, Parathyroid, Adrenal) and Breast surgery at the Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle- upon -Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. He then spent a year as a fellow in endocrine and breast surgery at the Nightingale Centre University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust (Oncoplastic Breast Surgery Fellowship South Manchester University Hospital 2009).
He has performed over a thousand thyroid and parathyroid procedures.
Mr Elsaify routinely performs gallbladder removal surgery (laparoscopic cholecystectomy, Key hole surgery) for gallbladder disease. He also carries out open and keyhole hernia repair surgery and excision of skin lesions, lumps and bumps.
- Breast surgery
- Breast cancer
- Breast pain
- Breast lump
- Nipple inversion
- Nipple discharge
- Thyroid surgery
- Thyroid cancer
- Parathyroid surgery
- Endocrine surgery
- Laparoscopic surgery
- Gall stone disease
- Laparoscopic cholecystectomy
- Key hole surgery
- Adrenal surgery
- Laparoscopic hernia repair
- Hernia surgery
- Thyroid Nodule, Goitre, Graves disease,Thyroid cancer.
Minimal Invasive Parathyroid Surgery, Primary Hyperparathyroidism, Familial Hyperparathyroidism, Redo Parathyroid Surgery Secondary Hyperparathyroidism.
Breast lumps, Breast pain, Fibroadenoma, Nipple discharge, Breast cancer, BRCA mutations, Risk Reducing Mastectomy, Breast Conserving Surgery, Skin Sparing Mastectomy, Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy, Axillary Node Clearance, Therapeutic Mammoplasty, Breast Reconstruction, Braxon Mesh.
Open / laparoscopic (Key hole) hernia repair, Groin hernia, Inguinal hernia, Femoral hernia, Abdominal wall hernia, Ventral hernia
Gall stones, Gall bladder surgery, laparoscopic (Key hole) cholecystectomy
- Breast cancer
- Thyroid nodules/ goitre, including large retrosternal goitres
- Graves disease (hyperthyroidism)
- Thyroid cancer, including locally-advanced tumours that need radical lymph node dissections
- Minimal invasive parathyroid surgery
- Neck exploration
- Primary hyperparathyroidism, including familial disease
- Redo parathyroidectomy after failure of previous operations
- Secondary hyperparathyroidism – surgical management of patients with renal failure and overactive
- British Association of Endocrine and Thyroid Surgeon BAETS.
- European Society of Surgical Oncology ESSO.
- British Medical Association BMA.
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