Pedram Derakhshani, M.D.
Medical Specialist for Urology
Fellow European Board of Urology
Dr. Pedram Derakhshani has involved - clinically and scientifically - in the treatment of prostate cancer with focus on minimal invasive treatments of prostate carcinoma since 1995. In addition to the permanent seed implantations performed by him since 1999, Dr. Derakshani has extensive clinical experience in surgical techniques, cryotherapy and HDR afterloading therapy. Dr. Derakhshani is a nationally and internationally renowned brachytherapy expert and has published numerous significant works in his field of expertise.
- Study of Medicine at the Albertus-Magnus-University of Cologne
- Doctoral dissertation topic: Post care and late complications in patients with urinary diversion – continent forms in comparison to the ileum-conduit
- Yale University, Department of Nephrology, St. Mary´s Hospital, Waterbury, USA
- Yale University, Department of Infectious Diseases, St. Marys Hospital, Waterbury, USA
- Department of Radiooncology, University of Cincinnati, USA
- Clinic of Urology, General Hospital, Vienna
- Iotek Inc., Minneapolis, USA
- New York Prostate Institute, NY, USA
- Accredited Medical Specialist in the Field of Urology
- Resident Physician, Division of Surgery, Dreifaltigkeitskrankenhaus Wesseling
- Assistant Physician, Department of Urology, Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz ician, Clinic of Urology, Johannes-Gutenberg-University Mainz
- Assistant Physician, Clinic and Polyclinic of Urology, University Hospital Cologne
- Urologist, Clinic and Polyclinic of Urology, University Hospital Cologne
- Fellow of European Board of Urology (F.E.B.U.).
- Ten misconceptions about the treatment of prostate cancer
- ESTRO: Brachytherapy achieves excellent results
- Second Tumar after Prostate Cancer Therapy?
- Prostate Cancer is operated too often
- Fewer complications after laser therapy
- Prostate cancer: Spacer Gel protects against radiation damages
- Dr. Neubauer nominated again best urologist in Germany
- Prostate Cancer - Surgery often not justified