Dipankar (Dip) Mukherjee

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Dip Mukherjee

Mr Dipankar (Dip) Mukherjee is one of the experienced general surgeons and private doctors in Essex. He practices in Shenfield (Brentwood), Romford and Redbridge. One of the experienced private doctors in Shenfield, Dip specialises in laparoscopic surgery, colorectal surgery, upper gastrointestinal surgery, laparoscopic cholecystectomy, laparoscopic hernia repair and gastro-oesophageal diseases.

Clinical works of this experienced doctor in Shenfield, a suburb of Brentwood, involve major oesophagogastric and colon cancer resections along with complex laparoscopic surgeries that include laparoscopic gastric and colonic resections, cardiomyotomy, pancreatic work, hernia repair, CBD exploration and antireflux surgery among others.

A private doctor with a vast experience, Dip also performs and supervises emergency along with general surgical sub specialities. He also has an interest in abdominal and chest trauma. He is also the clinical governance lead for general surgery and responsible for risk management for a large department comprising of 12 consultant surgeons and altogether about 40 other surgeons. Dip has special interest in reflux problems and heartburn.

This private doctor in Essex has participated in National audits for gastro oesophageal cancer resections administered by AUGIS. Dip is also an expert in managing diseases of stomach and oesophagus, gallstones, groin hernias, reflux and hiatus hernias.

Patient's safety is Dip's first consideration and he is up to date with clinical governance practices. An inventor, Dip is involved with the following inventions:

  • Endoscopic LES Locator (Endoles) — Primary inventor (Patent filed)
  • Laparoscopic port — Designed for safe insertion of second port
  • Tissue Transfixation & approximation devices for Endoluminal surgery

This senior general surgeon in Essex is pretty much involved in research and investigation of new oesophageal function tests for benign oesophageal disorders. Another aspect of his work is the development of therapeutic endoscopic devices and techniques.

A trainer and teacher of GI and laparoscopic surgery, Dip privately practices at:

  • Spire Hartswood Hospital - Brentwood
  • Spire Roading Hospital - Redbridge
  • Nuffield Brentwood Hospital - Shenfield
  • Harley Street At Queens - Romford.

He has presented and published several key papers and abstracts in various national and international journals. Some of the key publications of this laparoscopic expert in Essex are:

  1. Study of Transit and Clearance of Gaviscon bolus in an oesophageal model using simultaneous Multichannel Intraluminal Impedance (MII) and Gamma Scintigraphy
  2. The design of anastomosis devices for flexible endoluminal surgery
  3. Estimation of bolus transport and clearance in an oesophageal model using Multichannel Intraluminal Impedance (MII): validation study with gamma scintigraphy (GS)
  4. Comparison of Bolus Clearance Estimation by Multichannel Intraluminal Impedance(MII) and Gamma Scintigraphy(GS) in Human Volunteers
  5. Manometric  Visualisation of Lower Esophageal Sphincter(LES) at Flexible Endoscopy
  6. Push me pull you flexible plastic stents
  7. Real Time (Miniprobe)EUS controlled Endoscopic submucosal Resection
  8. Single Lumen Access Anastomosis Devices for flexible Endoscopy.


Specialised In

Laparoscopic Surgery

Expert In This Speciality

Colorectal Surgeon

Expert In This Speciality

Upper Gastrointestinal Surgery

Expert In This Speciality

Services

Surgical Oncology
Upper Gastrointestinal Surgery
Laparoscopic Antireflux surgery & hiatus hernia repair
Laparoscpic cholecystectomy
Laparoscopic hernia Repair
Emergency & Elective GI Surgery
Gastro oesophageal diseases (Cancer, Reflux disease, Barretts )
Colorectal surgery
Coloproctology
Dyspepsia
Minimal access / invasive surgery
Gastro-intestinal oncology
Gastro-oesophageal reflux
Hernias
Upper gastro-intestinal disease
Gallstone
Achalasia
Rectal bleeding
Dysphagia
Gastroscopy
Haemorrhoids
Cancer

Qualifications

FRCS (Gen) Intercollegiate Examination in Upper GI

Royal College of Surgeons of England

2002

FRCS

Royal College of Surgeons of England

1995

MS (General Surgery)

University of Calcutta

1994

FRCS

Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow

1994

DNB ( General Surgery )

National Board of Examinations, New Delhi

1993

MBBS

Calcutta Medical College, University of Calcutta

1988

Experience Details

Consultant GI and Laparoscopic Surgeon

2009 - Present

Harley Street at Queens

Consultant GI and Laparoscopic Surgeon

2005 - Present

Spire Hartswood Hospital

Consultant GI and Laparoscopic surgeon

2007 - Present

Nuffield Brentwood Hospital

Consultant GI and Laparoscopic surgeon

2009 - Present

Spire Roding Hospital

Consultant GI and Laparoscopic surgeon

2003 - Present

Queens University Hospital

Clinical Director Surgery and Urology

2012 - 2015

Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust

Consultant surgeon and Clinical Director

2003 - 2012

NHS

Consultant Surgeon

2006 - 2011

North East London Treatment Centre

Research Fellow in Surgery and GI Physiology

2000 - 2002

Barts and London University Hospitals NHS Trust

Awards and Recognitions

Clinical Excellence Award

Nominated for UCLP PGDME Clinical Supervisor Award

Inspirational Leader Award

Clinical Director of Surgery, Urology and Day Surgery

Felicitation at Medica Superspecialty Hospital, Kolkata, India

World Congress of Gastroenterology - Poster of Distinction

ATLS COURSE - Invited for Instructorship

University Topper In M. S. ( General Surgery )

University Hons. In Surgery

Sir Frank Conner Silver Medal in Surgical Anatomy

Gold Medal in Community Medicine (MBBS)

Class Assistant in Community Medicine (MBBS)

University Hons. In Biochemistry and Anatomy

Class Assistant in Biochemistry (MBBS)

Memberships

Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England

Member of the Association of Upper GI Surgeons

Member of the Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons

Member of the British Medical Association

Member of the European Association of Endoscopic Surgeons

Publications

  • Study of Transit and Clearance of Gaviscon bolus in an oesophageal model using simultaneous Multichannel Intraluminal Impedance (MII) and Gamma Scintigraphy : D Mukherjee*, M Khela**, FD Castillo**, E Yazaki**, SM Scott**, SS Kadirkamanathan*, DF Evans** (Fifth international biopolymer and third human pepsin conference, Portsmouth August 2001)
  • The design of anastomosis devices for flexible endoluminal surgery: D. Mukherjee, A Fritscher Ravens, C A Mosse, SS Kadirkamanathan, P Swain (World Congress of Gastroenterology, Bangkok, February 2002)
  • Estimation of bolus transport and clearance in an oesophageal model using Multichannel Intraluminal Impedance (MII): validation study with gamma scintigraphy (GS): D Mukherjee , MK Khela, FD Castillo, SM Scott, CH Knowles, E Yazaki , DF Evans, SS Kadirkamanathan (Digestive Diseases week, American Gastroenterological Association, San Francisco May 2002)
  • Comparison of Bolus Clearance Estimation by Multichannel Intraluminal Impedance(MII) and Gamma Scintigraphy(GS) in Human Volunteers: D Mukherjee , MK Khela, E Yazaki , SM Scott, DF Evans, SS Kadirkamanathan (Digestive Diseases week. American Gastroenterological Association, Orlando May 2003)
  • Manometric Visualisation of Lower Esophageal Sphinctern(LES) at Flexible Endoscopy: D Mukherjee , E Yazaki , DF Evans, Lawrence J, SS Kadirkamanathan (Digestive Diseases week. American Society For Gastrointestinal Endoscopy(ASGE) Orlando May 2003)
  • Push me pull you flexible plastic stents: A.Fritscher-Ravens, D Mukherjee, P Swain (British Society of Gastroenterology. Birmingham, March 2002)
  • Real Time (Miniprobe)EUS controlled Endoscopic submucosal Resection: A.Fritscher-Ravens, D Mukherjee, P Swain (Digestive Diseases week. American Gastroenterological Association, San Francisco May 2002)
  • Single Lumen Access Anastomosis Devices for Flexible Endoscopy: P Swain, D Mukherjee, A Fritscher-Ravens (Digestive Diseases week, American Gastroenterological Association., San Francisco May 2002)
  • Balloon Compession Anastomosis at Flexible Endoscopy: A.Fritscher-Ravens, CA Mosse,T Mills, D Mukherjee, CP Swain (Digestive Diseases week. American Society For Gastrointestinal Endoscopy(ASGE) Orlando, May 2003)
  • Endoscopic Gastropexy and Crural Repair for GastroEsophageal Reflux: Transgastric Surgery Under Endoscopic Ultrasound Control: A.Fritscher-Ravens, Park Per-Ola D Mukherjee, Yazaki E, CP Swain (Digestive Diseases week. AGA Research Forum, Orlando, May 2003)
  • Manometric Visualisation of Lower Esophageal Sphincter(LES) at Flexible Endoscopy: D Mukherjee , E Yazaki , DF Evans, Lawrence J, SS Kadirkamanathan (British Society of Gastroenterology, Glasgow, March 2004)
  • Can Multichannel Intraluminal Impedance (MII) help to explain reflux symptoms in patients when pH test fails?: Mukherjee D, Yazaki E, Evans DF, Kadirkamanathan SS (Digestive Diseases week. AGA Research Forum, New Orleans, May 2004)
  • Laparoscopic Repair of Giant Paraoesophageal Hernia- step by step demonstration of technique: A.Ghosh,T Amalesh,S.Kumar, D.Mukherjee (17th International congress of European association of Endoscopic Surgery, Prague 2009)
  • Reactive Bleeding from Gastric staple line-An underreported complication in the laparoscopic era: A.Ghosh,T Amalesh,S.Kumar,D.Mukherjee (7th International congress of European association of Endoscopic Surgery,Prague, 2009)
  • Thoracoscopic management of post oesophagectomy chyle leak- A safe and effective answer to a life threatening complication: SMP Kumar, T Amalesh,D.Khoo, D.Mukherjee (17th International Congress of European Association of Endoscopic Surgery, Prague 2009)
  • Accuracy of Endoscopic Ultrasound (EUS) following neoadjuvant chemotherapy for resectable oesophageal cancer: A E S Rolls, T Amalesh, A Wade, DE Khoo, WE Fickling, D Mukhopadhyay (Poster presentation in AUGIS Liverpool 2008)
  • Laparoscopic Jejunostomy(LJ): A novel operative technique: Saswata Banerjee, Alexander E S Rolls, Gayan D Perera, Dipankar Mukherjee (16th International Congress of European Association of Endoscopic Surgery, Stockholm 2008)
  • Laparoscopic Stapled Subtotal Cholecystectomy(LSSC): A safe way out in difficult cases: S Banerjee*G Pereira*D Mukherjee* (17th International Congress of European Association of Endoscopic Surgery ,Prague, 2008)
  • Chest pain and congestive cardiac failure due to atrial metastasis from an adenocarcinoma of the gastro-esophageal junction: Gladman M.; Mukhopadhyay D (Gastroenterology Ms. No. GASTRO-D-07-01505)
  • C.Difficile colitis presenting as occult postoperative sepsis: a cautionary tale: ID221:Reference Reference ABS735699729.Walton, S.; Singh-Ranger, D.; Khoo, D.; Mukopadhyay, D (AUGIS abstract: The Association of Upper Gastrointestinal Surgeons for Great Britain and Ireland]British Journal of surgery Vol94;September 2007)
  • Transluminal endosurgery: single lumen access anastomotic device for flexible endoscopy: Fritscher-Ravens A, Mosse CA, Mukherjee D, Mills T, Park PO, Swain CP (Gastrointest Endosc. 2003 Oct;58(4):585-91.)
  • A through-the-scope device for suturing and tissue approximation under EUS control: Fritscher RA, Mosse CA,Mills TN,Mukherjee D,Swain P (Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. 2002 Nov; 56.No. 5)
  • A measurement of the ability to drive after different types of inguinal hernia repair: Ismael W, Mukherjee D (Surgical Laparoscopy, Endoscopy & Percutaneous techniques. Vol. 10.No.2. p 113)
  • Coexistent leiomyoma and phylloides tumour of the breast: Mukherjee D., Chaudhuri G (Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of India, vol. 4, 1994; pages 136 to 139)
  • A study on peripheral nerve injuries and their repair: Mukherjee D, Roychaudhuri S (Dissertation accepted by University of Calcutta for M. S. in General Surgery, 1992)
  • Polyarteritis Nodosa: a rare presentation with massive recurrent upper GI haemorrhage needing total gastrectomy: Mr S Kumar , D Boindola, S Haque ,D Mukherjee, K Chakravarty (Submitted to World Journal Of Gastroeneterology - In Press)
  • Upper Gastrointestinal endoscopy in tuberculosis - a last resort when all other tests fail: T Amalesh, S Kumar , W E Fickling, D Mukherjee (18th international congress of European Association of endoscopic surgery, Geneva, June 2010)
  • Diagnostic Laparoscopy in tuberculosis - a last resort when all others tests fail: S Kumar, T Amalesh, P Premchand, D Mukherjee (18th international Congress of European Association of endoscopic surgery, Geneva, June 2010)
  • Laparoscopic Diagnosis of TB: T Amalesh, S Kumar, D Mukherjee (18th international congress of EuropeanAssociation of endoscopic surgery, Geneva, June 2010)
  • Isolated late metachronous pancreatic metastasis from renal cell carcinoma and lessons from a difficult CBD exploration: S Kumar ,T Sathiyanathan, D Mukherjee (Submitted to Annals of Royal College of Surgeons of England -In Press)
  • How the magic wand of IT touched surgery and changed it forever: D Mukherjee (Invited article for association of surgeons of India annual meeting Sept 2010)
  • Simplified Suture Technique to secure mesh in Laparoscopic repair of Recurrent Multiple Defect Ventral Incisional Hernia: Humza T. Malik, Shailesh Mohandas, Dipankar Mukherjee (20th international congress of EAES 2012, Brussels Belgium)
  • Laparoscopic resection of exophytic GIST from posterior wall of fundus near gastrooesophageal junction: Humza T. Malik, Shailesh Mohandas, Dipankar Mukherjee (20th international congress of EAES 2012, Brussels Belgium)
  • Superior Mesenteric Artery Syndrome and the 'Nutcracker Phenomenon': Vulliamy, Paul; Hariharan, Vimal; Gutmann, Jacques; Mukherjee, Dipankar (BMJ Case Reports 2013published online 21 March 2013, doi:10.1136/bcr-2013-008734)
  • Verrucous carcinoma of the oesophagus: a diagnostic conundrum - ASGBI Belfast surgical week e poster
  • Can we balance service provision and emergency general surgical training? A trainees' Perspective' Emergency surgery: An emerging specialty meeting on Thursday 28 January 2016 Naim Dangoor Auditorium at the Royal Society of Medicine
  • Innovation, reorganisation and effective delivery of emergency general surgery services: a model approach. Experiences from a busy surgical unit in London' Emergency surgery: An emerging specialty meeting on Thursday 28 January 2016 Naim Dangoor Auditorium at the Royal Society of Medicine.

 

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Spire Hartswood Hospital - Brentwood

Spire Hartswood Hospital - Brentwood

Eagle Way, Great Warley, Brentwood, CM13 3LE, Essex

Spire Roding Hospital - Redbridge

Spire Roding Hospital - Redbridge

Roding Ln S, Redbridge, IG4 5PZ, Essex

Nuffield Brentwood Hospital - Shenfield

Nuffield Brentwood Hospital - Shenfield

Shenfield Rd, Brentwood, CM15 8EH, Essex

Harley Street At Queens - Romford

Harley Street At Queens - Romford

Rom Valley Way, Romford, RM7 0AG, Essex

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