GP Referral

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I receive many patient referrals from GPs and understand how important it is for you to find the right person to help your patient.

Hopefully, the information elsewhere on my website has provided an overview of my experience, but if you would like further information you can access my full CV and find below a list of lectures that I have recently given on the field of urology, with a specialism in male fertility.

  • Jonathan Ramsay Lecture

Recent lectures

Andrology Study Day British Association of Urologists - Section of Andrology September 2016
Importance of DNA Fragmentation British Fertility Society  June 2016
Proxeed Plus 25th National Turkish Urology Congress October 2016
'Don't Ignore the Male'  Association of Biomedical Andrologists April 2016
Male Infertility Cases Royal Society of Medicine October 2015
Male Fertility Masterclass Spire Symposium September 2015
Strategies for the Management of Male Infertility BIT Urology Conference, Beijing August 2015
Male Fertility ESHRE (European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology) June 2015
Guidelines for the Investigation of Male Fertility British Association of Urological Surgeons June 2015
Male Fertility Update Lister Hospital June 2015
Non-Obstructive Azoospermia Barts Endocrine Symposium April 2015
Nutrichemicals and Male Fertility Fertility 2015 March 2015

 

Patient Referrals

Should you decide that I am well-placed to help your patient there are several ways of referring them to me:

  • E-mail your letter to Jonathan.Ramsay@imperial.nhs.uk 
  • Call my secretary Alison Lenny on 0203 311 7669 for Windsor Clinic Appointments
  • Call my secretary Katie Fraser on 020 7224 5089 for London appointments 
  • Fax to 020 3311 7696

Recent Reports

Please find below a list of recent medical publications and reports I've authored or been a part of:

 

Microdissection testicular sperm extraction for men undergoing cancer treatment

Where cryopreservation of a good quality semen sample is not possible or was not offered prior to initiation of treatment, microdissection testicular sperm extraction (mTESE) offers a potential route to biological fatherhood. This review explores current evidence supporting the use of mTESE in patients treated for cancer, as well as some of the barriers and questions that still remain before this technique can form part of routine practice.

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Mixed Sertoli cell only histology and NOA

Likelihood of sperm retrieval is increased four-fold when Sertoli-cell only histology is observed in combination with another histological pattern during microdissection testicular extraction (mTESE) for non-obstructive azoospermia

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Male Infertility

In this chapter from the publication "Recent Advances in Endocrinology and Diabetes 1", my co-authors and I report on the main contributory factors to male infertility, and discuss the most appropriate ways in which to manage those suffering.

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