Academic Hospital Bogenhausen Munich
Department of General, Abdominal, Endocrine and Minimally Invasive Surgery (113813)
Specialized in: general surgery, abdominal surgery
About the department
Beside general surgical primary care, the department of general, abdominal, endocrine and minimally invasive surgery at Academic Hospital Bogenhausen has two specific medical emphases: visceral surgery and endocrine surgery. A separate focus of the department is on the surgery of abdominal oncological diseases. The department is distinguished by extensive experience and interdisciplinary cooperation in all directions. The Head of the Department is Prof. Dr. med. Ayman Agha.
According to the Focus magazine rating of 2017, the department of general, abdominal, endocrine and minimally invasive surgery at the Academic Hospital Bogenhausen ranks among the top German departments specializing in colon cancer treatment!
The Bogenhausen Hospital conducts more than 400 surgeries per year for bowel cancer and more than 50 for pancreatic cancer. The department passed had been checked and certified by the German Cancer Society as a center for the treatment of bowel cancer (including the direction of stomach cancer). In addition, the clinic is a certified multidisciplinary oncology center. Therefore, patients can be sure that their treatment program has been agreed upon and developed by many experts within the framework of an oncological consultation.
In cancer operations, surgeons remove damaged tissue from the greatest possible distance. As a rule, blood vessels, lymphatic vessels and lymph nodes are also removed so that tumor cells do not spread into other parts of the body and do not cause metastases. This is the radical principle, but the specialists of the department always try to make treatment as sparing as possible.
The main directions of the department:
- Bowel cancer
- Peritoneal Cancer
- Thyroid Surgery
- Surgery of the adrenal gland
- Surgery in obesity
- 1984 Palestinan Abitur (Final School Exam)
- 1985 – 1987 German Abitur, University of Bonn
- 1987 – 1993 Friedrich–Alexander University Erlangen–Nuremberg
- 1993 3. State Examination in Erlangen
- 1993 Postgraduate Training in General Surgery at the Department of Surgery, University Hospital Regensburg (Prof. Dr. W. Hohenberger und Prof. Dr. K.-W. Jauch)
- 1993 – 1996 Assistant Physician at the Department of Surgery, University Hospital Regensburg (Prof. Dr. W. Hohenberger and Prof. Dr. K.-W. Jauch)
- 1997 License to Practice Medicine (Approbation)
- 1997 Research Assistant at the Department of Chirurgie, University Hospital Regensburg (Prof. Dr. K.-W. Jauch)
- 2000 Board Certification for General Surgery
- 2000 Senior Physician at the Department of Surgery, University Hospital Regensburg (Prof. Dr. K.-W. Jauch)
- 2004 Board Certification for Visceral surgery
- Minimally invasive surgery for benign and malignant colon disease (especially in diverticulitis and rectal cancer), Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, intestinal prolapse
- Minimally invasive surgery in diseases of the esophagus in so-called reflux disease, malignant tumors, achalasia
- Minimally invasive surgery for diseases of the pancreas especially for tumors in the pancreatic tail
- Minimally invasive trans- and extraperitoneal access to the adrenal gland for all benign and malignant tumors
- Minimally invasive surgery for diseases of the thyroid and parathyroid glands
- Minimally invasive approaches to the spleen removal, for example in lymphomas or immune thrombocytopenic purpura (Werlhof’s disease)
- 1997 Promotion (Dr. med.). Thesis: "The influence of therapeutic plasmaexchange on chlinical outcome and on cytokine response in patients with severe necrotizing pancreatitis and multiorgan failure".
- 1998 Visiting Physician programs and training courses on laparoscopic surgery (Tübingen, Göttingen, Berlin, Norderstedt, Tuttlingen, Zell am See, Hall in Tyrol)
- Since 1998, Institutionalization of advanced laparoscopic surgical procedures in the field of visceral surgery, and in particular minimally invasive surgical techniques for benign and malignant diseases of the colorectum
- 1996 – 1999 Prospective randomized study of colon-J-pouch vs. coloanal anastomosis in distal rectal carcinoma
- Since 1999, Development and monitoring of clinical research projects in colorectal surgery
- Since 2002, Introduction of new minimally invasive surgical procedures for proctocolectomy with pouch formation in the treatment of ulcerative colitis and familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP)
- Since 2003, Establishment of innovative differentiated minimally invasive surgical techniques (retroperitoneoscopic) for the treatment of adrenal tumors
- Since 2002, Establishment of video-assisted surgical techniques in the treatment of thyroid and parathyroid diseases
- Since 2004, Head of Minimally Invasive Surgery
- Since 2005, Introduction of new laparoscopic techniques for mobilization of the left colonic flexure during laparoscopic rectal resection
- Since 2005, Regular organization and management of endocrine and colorectal workshops with live surgery
- Since 2006, Active participation in international laparoscopic congresses with live operations
- 2008 Habilitation (Privatdozent Dr. med. habil.) Associated Prof. of Surgery; Subject: "Laparoscopic rectal resection for rectal cancer: surgical and oncological results") an the University Hospital of Regensburg
- Since 2008, Regular visiting physician programs with live operations in 3-monthly intervals in the field of minimally invasive endocrine surgery
- Since 2009, Establishment of "single port surgery"
- 1/2011 Coordinator of the Intestinal Cancer Center Regensburg
- 2/2011 Leading Senior Physician of the Department of Surgery
- 7/2012 Visiting Professor (ahead of schedule)
- 11/2012 Workshop Chairman of the Surgical Working Association "Endocrinology" (CAEK) Workshop in Regensburg
- 8/2012 Commissary of the Department of Surgery at the University Hospital Regensburg
- 4/2013 Deputy Head of the Department of Surgery at the University Hospital Regensburg
- Since March 2014 Head of the Department of General, Abdominal, Endocrine and Minimally Invasive Surgery at the Academic Hospital Munich
- Full member of the German Society of Surgery
- Member of the Bavarian Surgeons Association
- Member of the Professional Association of German Surgeons
- Member of the Surgical Working Association for Minimally Invasive Surgery (CAMIC)
- Member of the Surgical Working Association for Endocrine Surgery (CAEK)
- Member of the German Society for Visceral Surgery
- Member of the Tumor Center Regensburg
- Member of the Rescue Center Regensburg
- Regular training courses on laparoscopic colorectal surgery at the Training Center Alexea (Alexandria, Egypt)
- Partnership between University Hospital Regensburg and University of Alexandria, Egypt
- Surgical training for foreign surgeons as preparation for board certification
- Live operations with minimally invasive colorectal and endocrine interventions at international congresses
- Poster Award – European Pancreatic Club Meeting, Kings College London, 1997 (2-fold)
- Poster Award – CAEK Meeting, Mainz, 2007
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