New Cairo Branch
Mr. Amr Raheem is a specialist in Andrology at the University College London Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. He has a wealth of experience, spanning more than fifteen years, in this highly specialised field. Andrology is a subspecialty which deals with the male genital tract. It is an area which is surprisingly often overlooked, especially in comparison to its female equivalent Gynaecology. Mr. Raheem is one of only a few experts worldwide who specialise solely in this unique field.
His main clinical areas of interest are: male infertility, microsurgical sperm retrieval, microsurgical reconstruction for obstructive azoospermia, vasectomy reversal, microsurgical vaso-vasostomy, microsurgical epididymovasostomy, microsurgical varicocelectomy, male sexual dysfunction, penile prosthesis, Peyronie’s disease, penile enlargement, hypogonadism, genital pain, microsurgical denervation of the spermatic cord, priapism and fracture penis.
Mr. Raheem runs a number of specialised clinics for male infertility and male sexual dysfunction in addition to a joint fertility clinic with gynaecologists at the Reproductive Medicine Unit (RMU) and a joint clinic with haematologists managing andrological problems of patients with various haematological conditions.
He is actively involved in teaching undergraduate and postgraduate doctors, as well as training junior doctors and nursing staff. He also trains urologists in clinical and surgical Andrology and gynaecologists sub-specialising in reproductive medicine in male infertility. He has delivered numerous lectures in the field of Andrology to: undergraduate medical students; Urology Diploma students; MSc Urology students; the Institute of Cancer Research, MSc Oncology students; MSc Genetics and Prenatal Diagnosis students; and general practitioners. He has also been invited to lecture in several international medical congresses and has supervised several clinical theses.