Pelvic infections

This list shows every expert witness in the UK Register of Expert Witnesses who claims expertise in Pelvic infections. Click on any expert witness to view full details. You may prefer to interactively search the Register.

Dr Thomas in MANCHESTER
Dr Thomas is a Consultant Medical Microbiologist at Wythenshawe Hospital and is also Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer, University of Manchester. She is also Departmental Lead for Decontamination. Her main research interests lie in the management of sepsis, in particular patients who are critically ill and requiring intensive care support.
Professor Ross in BIRMINGHAM
Sexually transmitted infections • Gonorrhoea • Chlamydia • Genital warts • Pelvic inflammatory disease • Syphilis • Pubic lice • Genital candida • Bacterial vaginosis • Urethritis • Trichomonas vaginalis • Genital herpes • Prostatitis • Balanitis • HIV & AIDS • Genitourinary medicine
Dr Markos in email contact only
• Expert witness since 1998 • Fellow of the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists • Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians • Fellow of the European Conjoint Committee for Sexual Medicine • Medical negligence • Rape, sexual abuse, assault, offences (adult female, female adolescent, child, drugs, alcohol) • Sexual dysfunction (female/male) • Sexually transmitted infections, diseases (HIV, AIDS, herpes, gonorrhoea, Chlamydia, syphilis,...
Mrs Sharma in LEEDS
All benign gynaecology issues • All matters related to assisted conception • All matters related to reproductive medicine and surgery • All matters related to first trimester of pregnancy
Dr Gupta in MANCHESTER
Dr Gupta has a specialist interest in benign gynaecology and is an expert in the medical and surgical treatment of complex endometriosis. She performs most of her surgery laparoscopically, including hysterectomies and myomectomies. She also has an interest in pelvic pain, period problems and adolescent gynaecological problems. In addition, Dr Gupta is a specialist for menopause and hormone replacement therapy (HRT), and is recognised by the British Menopause Society.

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