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Dr Rajeev Mallipeddi

Dr Rajeev Mallipeddi

Dr Raj Mallipeddi

Dermatology 04410735

 

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  • Not in Open Referral network
Overview
Not Fee assured
Not in Open Referral network

Specialises in

  • Skin cancer

Offers

  • Face-to-face consultations
  • Video and telephone consultations

About me

Dr Raj Mallipeddi qualified from Imperial College School of Medicine and completed specialist dermatology training at St John's Institute of Dermatology, St Thomas' Hospital, London. He has always been actively involved in clinical research and spent over two years undertaking laboratory research within the Genetic Skin Disease Group at St John's Institute of Dermatology, finally being awarded a Doctor of Medicine degree for the study of squamous cell carcinoma in epidermolysis bullosa.

Dr Mallipeddi has published numerous scientific articles and lectures nationally and internationally. Upon completion of his dermatology training in the UK, he undertook a prestigious procedural dermatology fellowship at the world renowned UTSouthwestern Medical Centre in Dallas, USA. This provided subspecialist expertise in Mohs micrographic surgery, laser surgery and cosmetic dermatology.

Dr Mallipeddi is one of the few Mohs surgeons in the UK who has completed advanced training in Mohs micrographic surgery, which is certified by The American College of Mohs Surgery. Since 2008 he has been the Clinical Director of The Dermatological Surgery and Laser Unit at St John's Institute of Dermatology, Guy's and St Thomas' Hospitals in London. He is also the skin cancer lead at Guys and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust and is past President of the British Society for Dermatological Surgery. Furthermore he is chair of the UK Mohs micrographic surgery service standards and on the British Association of Dermatologists national guideline committees in squamous cell carcinoma, basal cell carcinoma and photodynamic therapy. He sees referrals from across the country and supervises the training of dermatologists in all aspects of skin surgery and lasers.

Areas of interest

Laser surgery; Dermatological surgery; Botulinum toxin therapy; Micrographic surgery (MOHS / MMS); Photodynamic therapy (PDT); Skin tumours / cancer/ oncology

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Procedures completed

  • S0520

    Microscopically controlled excision of lesion of skin or subcutaneous tissue (Mohs Micrographic Surgery) with immediate reconstruction - (>50)

  • S1420

    Shave biopsy of lesion of skin - (>50)

    Cromwell Hospital (5-50)

  • S1110

    Curettage/cryotherapy of lesion of skin (including cauterisation) - up to three - (5-50)

    Cromwell Hospital (5-50)

  • S0603

    Primary excision of malignant lesion - Trunk & Limbs - (5-50)

    Cromwell Hospital (1-5)

  • S0521

    Microscopically controlled excision of lesion of skin or subcutaneous tissue (Mohs micrographic surgery) without reconstruction - (5-50)

  • S0633

    Excision of lesion of skin or subcutaneous tissue - up to three, Trunk & Limbs (excluding lipoma) - (5-50)

    Cromwell Hospital (5-50)

  • 20355

    Initial out-patient consultation - remote - (5-50)

  • 20365

    Follow-up out-patient consultation - remote - (5-50)

  • D0210

    Excision of lesion of pinna - (1-5)

    Cromwell Hospital (1-5)

  • S0820

    Curettage/cryotherapy of lesions of skin (including cauterisation) - four or more - (1-5)

  • S0605

    Secondary excision of malignant lesion - trunk & limbs - (1-5)

  • S0606

    Photodynamic therapy (PDT) to malignant lesion of skin, with artificial light source, up to three - (1-5)

  • S0654

    Removal of benign lesion on head and neck (excluding scalp) which is closed by primary closure or advancement flap (excluding lipoma) - (1-5)

  • S0922

    Laser destruction of lesion(s) of skin - up to 25cm2 in area - (1-5)

  • C1210

    Excision of lesion of eyelid - (1-5)

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