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After graduating in 1989, and after surgical rotation training, Dr Rajeentheran passed his FRCS Examinations from Edinburgh and Glasgow in 1997, gained experience at Hospital Kuala Lumpur and Hospital Kuala Terengganu while working as a General Surgeon, before taking up Urology as a subspecialty. He passed the Malaysian Board of Urology examinations in 2001. After having completed the required form of training in Urology and passing the Board of Urology Examination, Malaysia, he underwent further training in the subspecialty of Urology at the Bristol Urological Institute, United Kingdom: training in the fields of Urodynamics, Incontinence Surgery and Female Urology, Andrology, Laparoscopic Urology and Uro-Oncology. His special interest lies in the field of Uro-Oncology and Female Urology, Neuro-urology and Urodynamics. Dr Rajeentheran has been the Consultant Urologist at Damansara Specialist Hospital since 2006 and has highly been regarded as an outstanding Urologists among his peers in this country. He has been regularly requested to present on Urology topics in the National Urology Conferences and has been on the expert panels on Urology case discussions. He was the Organizing Chairman for the 1st Asian School of Urology Course in 2005 which was deemed highly successful. He has presented numerous studies in the National Urology Conferences as well as in journals. He is still active with numerous presentations and expert panel discussions. He was the Private Urologist representative and Council Member to the Board of Urology Malaysia, Examiner of the Malaysian Board of Urology and Conjoint FRCS Glasgow (Urology) examinations, Council Member of the Urology Subspecialty Committee in the National Specialist Registry and Member of the Malaysian Urological Association’s Urology Fees Committee. He is a life member of the Malaysian Medical Association, Member of the Academy of Medicine and College of Surgeons Malaysia, Member of the Malaysian Mensa Society and Fellows of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh; and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow.

  • MBBS, FRCS (Edin), FRCS (Glasgow), Urology Board Certificate (Mal), AM (Mal)
  • Fellowship in Urology and Incontinence Surgery (Bristol, U.K), Certificate in Urodynamics (Bristol.
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Rule out bladder cancer first if you have urination problems

The Star Online


Wednesday, 26 Feb 20208:00 AM MYT


Bladder cancer, although not a very common cancer in Malaysia, can be a very aggressive tumour in the later stages of the disease and may lead to psychosocial distress due to the need for surgical intervention.

The risk factors for bladder cancer are smoking and exposure to chemicals used in dye factories, latex (especially for rubber tappers), leather, textiles, printing, plastics, paints and other chemical industries.

When to see the doctor

Bladder cancer signs and symptoms can include:

Blood in urine (haematuria)

Painful urination

Pelvic pain

Back pain

Having to urinate more than usual

Feeling the urge to urinate even if the bladder is not full

Lower back pain on one side

Weak urine stream

Fatigue and weakness

Loss of appetite and weight