Mr Rajesh Kucheria is a consultant urological surgeon at the Royal Free NHS Trust in north London specialising in the management of urinary stones. Here, he is the clinical lead for inpatient and emergency urology as well as Foundation Training Programme Director.

Mr Kucheria’s medical expertise covers all aspects of urology and he champions rapid diagnostics, surgical and medical management including urological emergencies. He has private clinics at several London hospitals, dealing with a broad range of urological conditions including rapid investigations and treatment for blood in urine, prostate problems, kidney stones, urinary tract infections and genital problems including vasectomy for contraception.

Mr Kucheria frequently attends specialised courses and conferences and also teaches on international courses. He is the Clinical Governance Representative for BMI Hendon Hospital and was awarded the Simpson Smith travelling fellowship to India.

Publications: 

  • Ultrastructural changes within the urinary bladder following recurrent urinary tract infection (March 2005, European Urology Supplements)

  • Ureteroscopy (Chapter, Sep 2018)

  • Supine percutaneous nephrolithotomy for staghorn calculi – prospectively recorded experience in a single tertiary referral endourology unit (Article, April 2017 The Journal of Urology)

  • Financial and clinical outcomes of the introduction of a rapid-access one-stop haematuria clinic to a UK teaching hospital (Article, February 2012 European Urology Supplements)

  • Testicular torsion: how do you fix yours? (Conference Paper, June 2011 BJU International)

  • Technique for urethral eversion and vesico-urethral anastomosis: Application to robot-assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy (Article, January 2010 BJU International)

  • Impact of intravenous furosemide on flow rate characteristics and clinic waiting times (Article, May 2008 International Journal of Urology)

  • Video Consent: a Pilot Study of Informed Consent in Laparoscopic Urology and Its Impact on Patient Satisfaction (Article, March 2006 JSLS: Journal of the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons / Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons)

  • Laparoscopic Management of Cryptorchidism in Adults (Article, September 2005 European Urology)

  • Changes in Human Urinary Bladder Epithelium in Recurrent Urinary Tract Infection (Article, April 2005 The Journal of Urology)

  • Changes in human urinary bladder epithelium in recurrent urinary tract infection (Conference Paper, April 2005 The Journal of Urology)

  • Ultrastructural changes within the urinary bladder following recurrent urinary tract infection (Article, March 2005 European Urology Supplements)

  • Urinary tract infections: New insights into a common problem (Article March 2005 Postgraduate Medical Journal)

  • Urinary tract infections: Advances and new therapies (Article, May 2004 BJU International)

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