Mr Vibhash Mishra
Consultant Urological Surgeon
MS, FRCSED, FRCS UROL, FEBU
Mr Mishra started in 2010 as a consultant urological surgeon at Royal Free Hospital, London where, besides his clinical work, he is closely involved in research, training and education.
Mr Mishra serves the UCL as the Lead for undergraduate urological teaching and has been a principal investigator for multi-centre clinical trials.
He completed his urological training on the six-year higher surgical rotational training programme in London including the last two years as a fellow in Female & Reconstructive Urology at the prestigious Institute of Urology at UCLH, London.
In his clinical practice, he looks after patients with urinary incontinence, neurogenic bladder dysfunction, UTIs, BPH, haematuria, bladder cancer and peno-scrotal problems.
His research interests include urinary incontinence and infections, not only because these comprise a significant part of his practice, but also, because he believes that the evidence base in these areas is poor and while cancer is an emotive topic, the suffering of these patients is no less and clinicians have a duty of care to them too.
He believes medicine is as much an art as science and must be practised with compassion, sensitivity and respect. He considers his listening ability and easy approachability as his strengths and strikes an immediate personal rapport with his patients.
He lives in Watford with his gynaecologist wife and two daughters and enjoys music, cinema and sports. He is a keen follower of cricket and tennis.
- Urinary Incontinence
- Neurogenic Bladder Dysfunction
- Bladder Cancer
- Peno-scrotal Problems
- Urinary Incontinence
- Bladder Cancer
- Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction
- Flexible cystoscopy
- Intravesical Botox
- Inj of Bulkamid
- Autologous fascial sling
- VVF repair
- Ureteric reimplantation
- Open prostatectomy for BPH
- Hydrocele surgery
- Varicocele surgery
- Epididymal cyst excision
- Adult circumcision
Urinary Tract Infections. V Mishra, J Kalsi. In Viva Practice for the FRCS (Urol) Examination. Editors Arya, Shergill, Kalsi, Muneer & Mundy. Radcliffe Publishing Ltd 2010: 182-206
V C Mishra, H G Motiwala. In Handbook of Paediatric Surgery. Editors Sinha & Davenport. Springer-Verlag London Limited 2010: 307-11
Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections. Mishra V, Greenwell TJ. Urology News 2010; 14(5): 25-6
Role of repeated prostatic massage in chronic prostatitis: a systematic review of the literature. Mishra VC, Browne J, Emberton M. Urology 2008; 72(4): 731-5
Chronic prostatitis: Current concepts. Vaidyanathan R, Mishra VC. Indian J Urol 2008; 24: 22-7
Sacral neuro-stimulation (SNS) for urinary retention: UK Single Centre 10 year experience. Datta SN, Chaliha C, Singh A, Gonzales G, Mishra VC, Kavia RB, Kitchen N, Fowler CJ, Elneil S. BJU Int 2008; 101(2): 192-6
Role of alpha-blockers in type III prostatitis: a systematic review of the literature. Mishra VC, Browne J, Emberton M. J Urol 2007; 177: 25-30
Does intraprostatic inflammation have a role in the pathogenesis and progression of BPH? Mishra VC, Allen DJ, Nicolaou C, Sharif H, Hudd C, Karim OM, Motiwala HG, Laniado ME. BJU Int. 2007; 100(2): 327-31
Male urethral diverticulum: A single centre experience. Allen D, Mishra V, Pepper W, Shah S, Motiwala H. Urology 2007; 70(4): 650-3
To what extent do real life practice studies differ from randomised controlled trials in lower urinary tract symptoms/benign prostatic hyperplasia? Mishra VC, Emberton M. Curr Opin Urol 2006; 16: 1-4
Voiding dysfunction after tension free vaginal tape: a conservative approach is often successful. Mishra VC, Mishra N, Karim OMA, Motiwala HG. Int Urogynecol J 2005; 16(3): 210-4
The Role of IVU in Haematuria. Mishra VC, Rowe E, Rao AR, Laniado M, Motiwala H, Hudd C, Karim O. Scand J Urol Nephrol 2004; 38: 236-9
Adult Paratesticular Tumours: A Review. Khoubehi B, Mishra VC, Ali M, Motiwala HG, Karim OMA. BJU International 2002; 90(7): 707-15