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Prof. Dr. med. Ayman Agha working place, Academic Hospital Bogenhausen Munich
Prof. Dr. med. Ayman Agha
Excellent
AiroScore
9.60

Prof. Dr. med. Ayman Agha

general, abdominal, endocrine and minimally invasive surgery
general, abdominal, endocrine and minimally invasive surgery
User ScoreExperienceRatingPrice RangePublicationsOnline Consultations
92%31 years9.6/10$$$535No

Overview

Country, City
Germany, Munich
Health facility
Academic Hospital Bogenhausen Munich
Medical unit
Department of general, abdominal, endocrine and minimally invasive surgery

About the doctor

Prof. Dr. med. Ayman Agha is a highly experienced doctor specializing in general, abdominal, endocrine, and minimally invasive surgery. With over 30 years of experience, Dr. Agha has established himself as an expert in his field. He works at the Department of General, Abdominal, Endocrine, and Minimally Invasive Surgery at the Academic Hospital Bogenhausen Munich. Numerous achievements and contributions to the field of surgery mark Dr. Agha's career. He has published 535 scientific publications, showcasing his extensive knowledge and dedication to advancing medical research. His research focuses on various topics, including predictors for anastomotic leak, postoperative complications, and mortality after right colectomy for cancer. Notably, Dr. Agha has introduced innovative surgical techniques in treating various conditions, such as establishing video-assisted surgical techniques for thyroid and parathyroid diseases and developing minimally invasive surgical procedures for adrenal tumors. His contributions to the field have been recognized with awards, including the European Pancreatic Club Meeting Poster Award in 1997 and the Surgical Working Group for Endocrine Surgery Poster Award in 2007. Dr. Agha's vast experience, dedication to research, and introduction of innovative surgical techniques make him an exceptional doctor. Patients can trust his expertise and cutting-edge approach to provide the best care.

Skills & Expertise

cancer
surgery
diabetes
thyroid
children
laparoscopic
rectal
injury
rectal cancer
carcinoma
growth hormone
diabetes mellitus
diabetes insipidus
colorectal cancer
cell carcinoma
adrenal hyperplasia
congenital adrenal hyperplasia
renal cell carcinoma
colon cancer
contrastenhanced ultrasonography
coronary artery
thyroid hormone
laparoscopic surgery
peritoneal carcinomatosis
pituitary dysfunction
cardiovascular risk
hydrocortisone therapy
thyroid adenomas
minimally invasive surgery
blood pressure
breast cancer
chest pain
thyroid gland
hepatitis c
thyroid carcinomas
right hemicolectomy
right colectomy
abdominal wall
videoassisted surgical techniques
bowel resections
parathyroid glands
colon esophagectomy
colon interposition
rectal resection
general surgery
abdominal pain
abdominal surgery
endocrine surgery
diverticular disease
laparoscopic rectal resection

Resume

CV (Curriculum Vitae)

Education
  • 1987-1993 Studied Medicine, Friedrich–Alexander University Erlangen–Nuremberg, Germany
  • 1993 Training in General Surgery, University Hospital, Regensburg, Germany
  • 1997 License to practice
  • 1997 Doctorate with the topic: "Influence of the therapeutic plasma exchange on the clinical picture and cytokine pattern in patients with acute necrotizing pancreatitis"
  • 2000 Board Certification for general surgery
  • 2004 Board Certification for visceral surgery
Experience
  • 1993-1995 Internship at the Clinic and Polyclinic for Surgery, University Hospital Regensburg, Germany
  • 1993-1996 Assistant doctor at the Clinic and Polyclinic for Surgery, University Hospital Regensburg, Germany
  • 1996-1999 Prospective randomized study Colon-J-Pouch vs. coloanal anastomosis in distal rectal cancer
  • 1997 Assistant at the Clinic and Polyclinic for Surgery, University Hospital Regensburg, Germany
  • 1998 Internships and training courses in laparoscopic surgery (Tubingen, Gottingen, Berlin, Norderstedt, Tuttlingen, Zell aS, Hall iT)
  • 1998 Institutionalization of advanced laparoscopic surgical procedures in visceral surgery practice and, in particular, minimally invasive surgical procedures for benign and malignant diseases of the colorectum
  • 1999 Development and support of clinical-scientific projects in colorectal surgery
  • 2000 Senior Physician at the Clinic and Polyclinic for Surgery, University Hospital Regensburg, Germany
  • 2002 Introduction of new minimally invasive surgical procedures for proctocolectomy with pouch formation in the treatment of ulcerative colitis and FAP
  • 2002 Establishment of video-assisted surgical techniques in the treatment of thyroid and parathyroid diseases
  • 2003 Establishment of innovative, differentiated, minimally invasive surgical techniques (retroperitoneoscopic) for the treatment of adrenal tumors
  • 2004 Head of minimally invasive surgery
  • 2005 Introduction of new laparoscopic techniques to mobilize the left colonic flexure in laparoscopic rectal resection
  • 2005 Regular organization and management of endocrine and colorectal workshops with live surgeries
  • 2006 Active participation in international laparoscopic congresses with live operations
  • 2008 Habilitation on the topic "Laparoscopic rectal resection for rectal cancer: technical feasibility and oncological results"
  • 2008 Regular internships with live operations at 3-month intervals in the field of minimally invasive endocrine surgery
  • 2009 Establishment of "single port surgery"
  • 2011 Coordinator Colon Cancer Center Regensburg
  • 2011 Head of the Clinic and Polyclinic for Surgery
  • 2012 Early non-scheduled professorship
  • 2012 Conference President of the working conference of the Surgical Working Group on Endocrinology in Regensburg
  • 2012 Provisional management of the clinic and polyclinic for surgery at the University Hospital Regensburg
  • 2013 Deputy Director of the Clinic and Polyclinic for Surgery at the University Hospital Regensburg
  • 2014 Chief Physician at the Clinic for General, Vascular and Thoracic Surgery, Munich Clinic
Awards & Memberships
  • 1997 Poster Award, European Pancreatic Club Meeting, Kings College London
  • 2007 Poster Award, Surgical Working Group for Endocrine Surgery Meeting, Mainz
  • Author of the book “Frequency Of Polyps And Adenocarcinoma In Colon Interposition After Esophagectomy In Adulthood”
  • Author of the book “Disease Phenotype Rather Than Treatment Strategy Impacts The Long-Term Quality Of Life In Patients With Diverticular Disease"
  • Author of the book “Frequency of Metachronous Polyps And Adenocarcinoma In the Interposed Colon after Esophagectomy In Adults"
  • Supervision of 13 doctoral students
  • Member of the Bavarian Surgeons Association
  • Member of the Professional Association of German Surgeons
  • Member of the Surgical Working Association for Minimally Invasive Surgery
  • Member of the Surgical Working Association for Endocrine Surgery
  • Member of the German Society for Visceral Surgery
  • Member of the Tumor Center Regensburg
  • Member of the Rescue Center, Regensburg
  • Member of the German Society of Surgery

Languages

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English
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German

Publications

Advances in rectal cancer: Real-world evidence suggests limited gains in prognosis for elderly patients.

10 August, 2023

Relationship between Veterans Crisis Line risk rating and subsequent suicidal self-directed violence among veteran callers: A gender comparison.

1 August, 2023

Tissue glucocorticoid metabolism in adrenal insufficiency: a prospective study of dual-release hydrocortisone therapy.

20 June, 2023

Location

Englschalkinger Str., 77, 81925 Munich, Germany

FAQ

Where does the doctor practice?

What is the specialization of Prof. Dr. med. Ayman Agha?

The primary specialization of the doctor is general, abdominal, endocrine and minimally invasive surgery.

What is the experience of the specialist?

Prof. Dr. med. Ayman Agha has been practicing for more than 31 years.

What is the rating of the doctor?

What topics does Prof. Dr. med. Ayman Agha expert at?

The doctor has excellent knowledge in cancer, surgery, diabetes, thyroid, children.

Is the specialist involved in the research?

Does the specialist offer online consultations?

No, Prof. Dr. med. Ayman Agha doesn’t perform virtual appointments.

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