Since graduating from Cambridge University, and surgical training in London Deanery, awarded MD thesis (UCL) in dysfunctional voiding in women, published over 50 papers, including on Urodynamics and Fowler’s Syndrome, and a Visiting Professorship to the Cleveland Clinic for Female Urology. Original descriptions of Botulinum toxin for neuropathic bladder, cannabinoids in Multiple Sclerosis, Sacral Nerve Stimulation for voiding dysfunction and Sildenafil for Female Sexual Dysfunction.Clinical lead for Endourology at Imperial College Healthcare, subspecialist interest in upper urinary tract obstruction (benign and malignant).Other interests include management of haematuria (including upper tract renal malignancy), prostate disease (offering laser surgery and embolization) and comprehensive renal stone management (lithotripsy, laser treatment, and percutaneous surgery).
Viorica joined Harley Street Clinic in 2005 and since then has worked in several medical and surgical settings across HCA’s hospitals. In 2007 she moved to the newly established Outpatient department and contributed to the development and implementation of various gynaecological diagnostic procedures. Whilst gaining vast expertise and knowledge in various roles and areas, Viorica developed great interest in women’s health and in 2016 stepped up to the position of Endometriosis CNS. She works closely with the Multidisciplinary Endometriosis team and serves as a key link between the patients and consultants for any questions or concerns that patients may have regarding their condition, treatment or surgery. Viorica provides ongoing support to patients and their family members throughout the care and treatment pathway, including pre-operative counselling, daily visits during their inpatient stay, post-operative support after the discharge, education and ongoing monitoring of the side effects from the medication treatments. Viorica is also involved in clinical education and audit to ensure that the care the patients receive is of the highest quality standards, incorporating the most up-to-date evidence and practices.
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