Dr. Rajesh Taneja is Senior Consultant Urologist, Andrologist and Robotic Surgeon.
M.B.B.S. 1985, Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi.
M.S. Surgery, 1990, Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi.
M.Ch. Urology, 1994, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi.
Senior Consultant & Coordinator Urology, Andrology and Robotic Surgery
Member, Executive committee, ESSIC, (International Society for study of Bladder Pain Syndrome).
Founder Chairman Global Interstitial Cystitis Bladder Pain Society.
Recognised as a “Proctor” for robotic surgery programs to assist in the training of newly inducted robotic surgeons.
Chairperson for the annual meeting of prestigious European Society for Study of Interstitial Cystitis (ESSIC), to be held in New Delhi, India, November 17-19, 2016.
Founder Chairman of Global Interstitial Cystitis Bladder Pain Society.
One of the very few pioneer urologists, trained in Robotic Surgical system (Da Vinci_Si) in the country, performing Robotic assisted urological surgeries.
One of the few urologists in the country to have acquired the technique of Holmium Laser Enucleation of prostate (HoLEP) and has been performing the state of art procedure since 2005. A series of cases with very large prostate glands (weighing more than 200 grams) has been presented at the national conference. The largest removed prostate with this technique weighed 326 grams.
Has been appointed as a Trainer and Mentor for training urologists in the art and science of Holmium Laser Enucleation of Prostate (HoLEP)
Have performed live Holmium Laser enucleation of Prostate during international workshops. In addition have been delivering lectures and chairing live operative sessions on the application of Holmium laser in Urological surgery focusing on HoLEP and including soft tissue applications in Urology.
Authored a book ‘Interstitial Cystitis’ released on 19 January2014.
The only Asian urologist to treat Interstitial Cystitis (Bladder Pain Syndrome) using holmium laser with very good results.
Removed world’s heaviest benign tumor (Angiomyolipoma) weighing 7,500 Grams, in a 47-year-old woman. This has been acknowledged in the Limca book of records.
Re-implantation of dismembered penis in a young man, who in a phase of depression used a shaving blade to cut off his own organ. He had a good recovery and regained a functional phallus.
Has been performing various reconstructive procedures including difficult recurrent Vesicovaginal fistulae (One such case of obstetric VVF had failed three attempts elsewhere before finally getting repaired successfully. This was reported in newspapers.)
Reconstructed penis using synthetic (PVC) implants and local (scrotal) flaps in a 30 years old man who had undergone radical excision of penis 3 years earlier for cancer. This is a rarely performed surgical procedure.
An unusual non-urological procedure has been performed. In 2009, a young male of 19 years, who presented with jaundice and fever due to stones in the biliary ducts of his transplanted liver, was treated by ‘Percutaneous Trans hepatic Cholangio lithotripsy’ using a technique similar to ‘Percutaneous Nephrosto Lithotripsy’ (PCNL).The case was a poor surgical risk as his first liver transplant had failed and he already had a surgery for revision of biliary obstruction second transplant. He was on immunosuppression and had developed drug induced Diabetes Mellitus. Such a procedure has never been documented earlier in published medical literature.
Inducted on review panel of British Medical journal Case reports.
On the panel of reviewers for ‘European Journal of Obstetrics Gynecology and Reproductive Biology
Member of review panel of ‘Scientific Reports’ a UK based medical journal.
Member of review panel ‘Indian Journal of Urology”
Reviewer for “Indian Journal of Medical Research”
Chaired the GIBS committee for working guidelines on Interstitial cystitis / Bladder Pain syndrome
Member of Executive Council of ‘Delhi Tumor Board’
Member of Editorial board of Urogynecology update.