Aditya Manjunath

Aditya Manjunath
North Bristol NHS Trust · Southmead Hospital

BSc(Hons) MBBCh FRCS(Urol)

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Publications (20)
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Penile cancer is a rare malignancy estimated to affect 26,000 men globally each year. The association with penile cancer, in particular non-invasive disease, and human papilloma virus (HPV) is well known. Ninety-five percent of cases of penile cancer are squamous cell carcinoma (SCC), which are staged using the TNM staging system. Terminology descr...
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With an increasing incidence of prostate cancer in the UK, the number of radical prostatectomies carried out is also increasing. In 2014, 13% of men diagnosed with prostate cancer had a radical prostatectomy. Almost half of those were carried out with a robotic assisted approach; the remainder were performed by open surgery, conventional laparoscop...
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Background: Flexible cystoscopy is one of the most common urological procedures performed under local anaesthesia. It is known that patients’ experiences of this procedure are extremely varied. Our aim was to preform a critical aspect of patients’ satisfaction is the communication between staff and patient. At our institution we performed a quality...
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A 34 year old man visits his general practitioner with a short history of intermittent severe pain radiating from his right loin to right groin. He is unable to get comfortable and is also complaining of urinary frequency and occasional urgency. His temperature is normal. A urine dipstick test shows only non-visible haematuria. The initial diagnosi...
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A 19-year-old man presented with a right testicular swelling. Testicular ultrasound demonstrated areas suspicious for malignancy and so it was decided to proceed for a right radical inguinal orchiectomy. Initial histological examination revealed a multiloculated cystic lesion at the area of the rete testis yet normal testicular parenchyma elsewhere...

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