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Muhammad Al-Hamadani


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Dr. Muhammad Muther Nasir Al-Hamadani is a highly experienced Consultant Urologist with extensive expertise in diagnosing and treating a wide range of urological conditions. He specializes in robotic, endoscopic, and open surgeries, focusing on patient-centered care and evidence-based practices. Dr. Al-Hamadani's rich background includes medical management, process optimization, and multidisciplinary collaboration, significantly contributing to patient outcomes and healthcare efficiency.

Main research areas

Dr. Al-Hamadani's primary research areas include advanced prostate cancer, minimally invasive surgical techniques, and the development of innovative treatment protocols in urology. His work involves the application of robotic-assisted surgeries and endoscopic procedures, aiming to improve recovery times and enhance patient satisfaction. Additionally, he focuses on the management of androgen deprivation therapy and the study of rare urological conditions such as Mannose Binding Lectin (MBL) deficiency.

Current research

Currently, Dr. Al-Hamadani is engaged in several research projects aimed at optimizing the treatment frequency for patients receiving androgen deprivation therapy and exploring the clinical utility of office-based MRI-guided transperineal prostate biopsies without antibiotic prophylaxis. His ongoing research endeavors are dedicated to improving diagnostic accuracy, treatment efficacy, and patient quality of life in the field of urology.

Potential conflicts of interest

Dr. Al-Hamadani declares no conflicts of interest in relation to his research activities. He maintains a commitment to transparency and integrity in all his professional and research undertakings, ensuring that his work is conducted ethically and without any undue influence from external parties.


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