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Peter Gilling wins the Platinum Trophy at the USANZ 2019

Peter Gilling wins the Platinum Trophy at the USANZ 2019

Professor Peter Gilling wins the Platinum Trophy at the USANZ 72nd Annual Scientific Meeting 2019. 

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He won this for his paper: "Randomized Controlled Trial of Aquablation versus Transurethral Resection of the Prostate in Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia: One-year Outcomes."

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In addition to this Professor Gilling also recieved the Low-Arnold Award in Female or Functional Urology for article: "Urodynamic Outcomes After Aquablation"

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Men

Men

You can expect specialist treatment from a team known globally for their expertise and for pioneering innovative and important urological techniques and treatments.

Women

Women

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Children

Children

For parents, we go out of our way to make you feel comfortable and talk you through each stage of your child’s treatment.

Welcome to Urology Bay of Plenty, centrally located in Tauranga.

We bring together two of Australasia’s top urologists, well known for both their professional expertise and commitment to advancing techniques in the specialty of urology. As a patient of Urology Bay of Plenty you have access to world class treatment from a world class team of experienced and caring health professionals.

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