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Dr. Mohamed Galal Elsheikh, M.D
Personal information:

                                                                                   

 

Mobile

: 01223958160- 01020857272 

Telephone

: 3742666

Fax:

0020233905471

E-mail

: mohamed.galalelsheikh@gmail.com

             mohamedelsheikh@kasralainy.edu.eg

 

Current job:



Assistant Professor of  Urology, faculty of medicine, Cairo University.

Urology consultant at Cairo University hospitals.

Urology consultant at Nasser Institute, Egyptian ministry of health.

Urology consultant at Military production medical center.

Urology consultant at People's Assembly and Shura Council.

Urology consultant at Egyptian Radio and Television Union.

Admitting visitor consultant at Alsalam hospital.

Training Professor at Egyptian Urology Board.

Current manager of Urology department, Cairo University.

Training professor for Urology residents and house officers since 2010.

Member of the urology training committee for urology residents, Egyptian Ministry of health.

Member of the Egyptian Urological Association.

Member of the European association of Urology.   

 

Education:



M.B.B.Ch , Cairo University , 1998.

M.Sc  Urology, 2002.

M.D. Urology, 2007

Sub-specialities:

urethral reconstruction, endo-urology, uro-oncology, female urology, pediatric urology.

 

M.Sc Thesis:

Tension free vaginal tapes for surgical treatment of female stress urinary incontinence, 2002.

M.D. Thesis:

surgical management of posterior urethral distraction injuries, 2007.

Experience:



House officer at Kasr alaini Hospital, cairo university, 1999-2000.

Urology resident Kasr alaini Hospital, cairo university, 2000-2003.

Assistant lecturer of urology, Cairo university, 2003-2007.

Lecturer of urology, Cairo university, 2007-2012.

Assistant Professor of urology, Cairo University, 2012.

 

Research Skills:

Renal stones.
Urethral reconstruction.

prostatic surgery

Renal transplantation.

Presentations in international conferences :   

  1. Pediatric and adolescent transperineal anastomotic urethroplasty. AUA, 2008.

 

  1. Evaluating the Need for Transurethral Biopsy at First Follow up after Intravesical B.C.G. Therapy for Superficial Bladder Cancer: Preliminary Data. SIU, Berlin, 2011.
  2. Tension-Free Vaginal Tape versus Trans-Obturator Vaginal Tape in management of female Stress Urinary Incontinence long term follow up: which to choose?  SIU, Berlin, 2011.

 

Publications:


  1. 1.    

    Impact of Inguinal Varicocele Ligation on Testicular Volume, Sperm Parameters, and Pregnancy Rates. UroToday International Journal, volume 4 - February 2011.

  2. Evaluation of Renal Function in Children Undergoing Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy. Journal of urology, vol.184, 1111-1115,   Sep. 2010.
  3. The Effect of Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy on the Growth of Kidneys of Children in Pediatric Age Group.  Journal of urology, September 2012.
  4. Holmium laser enucleation versus bipolar resection of the prostate: A prospective randomized study. Which to choose? Journal of Endourology, Volume 25, number 8, August 2011.
  5. Pediatric and adolescent transperineal anastomotic urethroplasty. Journal of Pediatric Urology, 4, 333-336, 2008.
  6. Polypropylene Mesh  used as a pubovaginal sling in the treatment of female stress urinary incontinence –Preliminary Experience. African Journal of Urology, Volume 15: No. 1, January 2009.
  7. Evaluating the Need for Transurethral Biopsy at First Follow up after Intravesical B.C.G. Therapy for Superficial Bladder Cancer: Preliminary Data. African Journal of Urology, 2012.
  8. A Two-Stage Buccal Mucosal Graft (BMG) for Managing Recurrent Proximal Penile Hypospadias in Pediatric & Adolescent Populations. Open Journal of Urology, 2011, 1, 4-7.

Reviewer:

Gold journal of urology since 2010. List of reviewed papers:

 

  1. Mass circumcision with a novel plastic clamp technique (Dec 2010).
  2. Bladder leiomyoma in a 6-year-old boy (Jun 2011).
  3. Penile Fracture and Magnetic Resonance Imaging( Jun 2011).
  4. Dilemma of Adolescent varicocele: Long term outcome in patients managed surgically and in patients managed expectantly (April 2012).

Awards and Honors:

  • Certificate of Appreciation from the General Union of doctors for participating in the training program for doctors’ syndicate, 2011.
    • Certificate of appreciation from the Cairo University for participating in the international scientific publications, 2010.
    • Certificate of appreciation from the Cairo University for participating in the international scientific publications, 2011.

 

Other scientific certificates:

  1. Certificate of using the technology in teaching (2008).
  2. Certificate of scientific research ethics (Feb 2008).
  3. Certificate of managing a research team (Feb 2008).
  4. Certificate of time managing (September 2009).
  5. Certificate of scientific publications (September 2009).
  6. Certificate of strategic planning (April 2010).
  7. Certificate of credit hours (Feb 2010).
  8. Certificate of quality standards in the educational process (November2009).
  9. Certificate of occupational behavior (May 2010).