"With MRI-targeted transperineal biopsy and PSMA PET scanning, Australia is leading the world in prostate cancer diagnosis."

Assoc Prof Jeremy Grummet

 

Dr Jeremy Grummet

Dr Jeremy Grummet

> Urological Surgeon at Alfred Health
> Member of Australian Urology Associates private practice
> Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor
Department of Surgery
Monash University
> EAU Guidelines Associate

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Prostate / Kidney / 
Bladder / Genitalia

> Advanced diagnostics for prostate cancer
• MRI-targeted prostate biopsy
• Transperineal prostate biopsy
> Active surveillance of low risk prostate cancer
> Treatment of high risk localised prostate cancer
> Robotic prostatectomy
> General urology

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> Transperineal biopsy
> Transrectal biopsy sepsis risk
> Peer-reviewed publications
> Scientific conference presentations
> Master of Surgery thesis

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> Television appearances
> Radio interviews
> Magazine articles
> Invited speaker conference presentations
> Community presentations

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> What is a urologist?
> What to bring to an appointment
> Telehealth service
> Useful links
> Privacy policy
> What is a PSA?
> What is the Gleason score?

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> Near zero sepsis risk of transperineal biopsy

> Multiparametric MRI - Changing the Face of Prostate Cancer Diagnosis

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> Assoc Prof Grummet explains prostate cancer - Andrology Australia Youtube videos

> Da Vinci robotic technology used by Assoc Prof Grummet for robotic prostatectomy

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> Contact details

> Practice locations

> How to make an appointment

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PHILOSOPHY

Associate Professor Grummet believes that the best care of urological patients can be delivered now and into the future by upholding the three pillars of surgery – clinical care, education and research – and that all three are best performed by the practising urological surgeon.