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Mr Aza Mohammed
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General Urology
Female and Reconstructive Urology


General Medical Council: 6115626




Mr Aza Mohammed is a Consultant Urological Surgeon, with over 10 years experience.

Mr Mohammed spent 2 years in basic surgical training in the East of London Hospitals and then went on to spend a further  7 years in postgraduate urological training between the West of Scotland and the East Midlands region of the UK. As well as this he has also carried out research in the University of Toronto – Canada dedicated to bladder cancer epidemiology.

Mr Mohammed  has worked abroad in different posts before relocating to the United Kingdom. In 2016 he completed his specialist training in Urology where he gained a wide range of experience in different urological sub-specialties. He has since published widely on a wide range of urological topics in high impact peer-reviewed journals and has written two book chapters. Having gained vast knowledge and experience he has know been chosen to present in a variety of urological conferences at national and international levels. 

Mr Aza Mohammed is currently heavily involved in the running of day-to-day activities at Luton and Dunstable University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, as well as a special interest in research.


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Special Interests

  • Core and diagnostic urology 
  • Prostate cancer diagnostics (including template prostate biopsies)
  • Management of urinary tract stones (including laser treatment and PCNL)
  • Circumcision (paediatric and adult)
  • Management of male lower urinary tract symptoms
  • Erectile dysfunction and male infertility
  • Female urinary incontinence including urodynamics


Primary Medical Qualification
MB ChB 1996 University of Baghdad

Specialist Register entry date
Urology From 03 Feb 2016

Professional memberships
British Association of Urological Surgeons
European Association of Urology
American Urological Association
Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh