Trusted urological care with Dr Arianayagam

Trusted urological care with Dr Arianayagam

When it comes to your urological health, having a trusted medical professional that you feel comfortable with is extremely important.

Dr Arianayagam is a highly regarded urologic oncologist working in Sydney. Continue reading to learning more about Dr Arianayagam.

After completing urology training in NSW, further training in Urologic Oncology was undertaken at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine where he completed a two year fellowship accredited by the Society of Urologic Oncology.

The Chairman of the department at the time was Dr Mark Soloway, an acknowledged leader in surgery for bladder cancers and hence, Dr Arianayagam has had a wealth of experience in treating patients with these tumours. Since training in the USA Dr Arianayagam performs all bladder removal procedures with the da Vinci robot.

While at the University of Miami, Dr Arianayagam was also involved in writing guidelines for the treatment of bladder cancer. This was a book written for the International Consultation on urologic diseases. The recommendations from this book were presented at the European Association of Urology international meeting in 2011 in Vienna, Austria.

Dr Arianayagam also specialises in laparoscopic and robotic partial nephrectomy where a diseased portion of the kidney is removed leaving the rest of the organ intact.

He also performs zero ischaemia partial nephrectomy, where the artery to the kidney is not clamped. This has the advantage of having no ischaemia to the kidney and hence improved function. It is even more challenging than the traditional laparoscopic approach due to the risk of increased bleeding.

In addition to these procedures, Dr Arianayagam has had extensive exposure to all aspects of cancer surgery. He spent time at University Clinic where tremendous experience was obtained in looking after patients with urologic cancers. Patients were cared for using a multidisciplinary approach, where case conferences were held between all the doctors involved in cancer care to obtain the best outcomes for patients (multidisciplinary team).

The opportunity to discuss problems with a medical oncologist (doctors who give chemotherapy to treat cancer) and radiation oncologists (doctors who treat cancers with radiation) was invaluable and is considered the standard of care. Dr Arianayagam is the coordinator of the multidisciplinary team for the Department of Urology at Nepean hospital.

Urological health issues are not an easy thing to go through and should never be taken lightly. It is important to talk to a trusted professional when it comes to your health. If you have any questions, or would like to book an appointment, please feel free to contact or call Dr Arianayagam’s office on 1300 307 990, and his staff will be happy to assist.

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