Ammar Alhasso

Consultant Urological Surgeon

Ammar Alhasso is a consultant urological surgeon and lead in reconstructive urology, female urology and urodynamics at the University of Edinburgh Teaching Hospitals. He was a research fellow at Imperial College School of Medicine, University of London studying bladder cancer and obtained a Master degree in Surgical Sciences in 2000. He is also a reviewer for the Cochrane Collaboration/Incontinence Group and has published systematic reviews and meta-analyses on urinary incontinence in men and women. With commitment to training and education, Ammar has the Assigned Educational Supervisory role within the East of Scotland Training Programme in Urology, he is also the Associate Editor for BJUI Knowledge on Reconstructive Urology, Female Urology and Urodynamics. He is also the module lead for reconstructive urology on the ChM in Urology course at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and the University of Edinburgh.

2books edited

Latest work with IntechOpen by Ammar Alhasso

The prevalence of urinary incontinence increases with age. It has recognised social and psychological impact on individuals as well as a financial implication to individuals and healthcare systems. The book attempt to discuss the assessment of urinary incontinence, followed by surgical and conservative treatment options in a concise way, within the framework of clinical practice. We would like to acknowledge all the authors for their hard work in completing this book.

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