Mr Leye Ajayi graduated from King’s College London before completing his higher surgical training on the South Thames rotation, and Guy’s and St Thomas’s Hospital, London. He was awarded a Fellowship in Endourology from Brisbane, Australia and Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (Urology) in 2004. Mr Ajayi was awarded an MD for his prostate cancer research at the University of London in 2006.
He is a member of the British Association of Urological Surgeons and a Member of the European Urological Association. Mr Ajayi is a consultant urological surgeon at the Royal Free Hospital, London, the Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth, London and the Wellington Hospital, London. His main subspecialisation is in the management of urinary stone disease and he has a clinical interest in the management of benign prostatic hyperplasia and andrology. He specialises in minimally invasive treatments and regularly performs green light laser prostatectomy and blue light endoscopic resection for bladder cancers.
Mr Leye Ajayi's Places of Practice
Kidney stones treatment
Fortunately, surgery is not usually necessary for the treatment of kidney stones. Most kidney stones can pass through the urinary system by drinking plenty of water — two to three litres a day — to help move the stone along. Often, the patient can stay at home during this process, drinking fluids and taking pain medication as needed. The doctor usually asks the patient to save the passed stone(s) for testing.Read full article
Kidney stones – an overview
Kidney stones, one of the most painful of the urologic disorders, have beset humans for centuries. Scientists have found evidence of kidney stones in a 7,000-year-old Egyptian mummy. Unfortunately, kidney stones are one of the most common disorders of the urinary tract.Read full article
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