Urologist to speak at dinner

  • Abdull Musbahi, senior consultant urologist (Photograph supplied)

    Abdull Musbahi, senior consultant urologist (Photograph supplied)

Abdull Musbahi, a senior consultant urologist, is to be the guest speaker at the Bermuda Healthcare Services and Brown-Darrell Clinic’s quarterly Docs for Dinner event tomorrow night.

Dr Musbahi will discuss potential uses for Botox in urology, the branch of medicine which focuses on the urinary tract.

A medical director at Bermuda Urology Clinic, Dr Musbahi is a specialist in disorders of the kidney, prostate and urinary tracts of men and women.

The presentation will be held at 7.30pm in Café Lido’s St George Room.

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Published Jan 24, 2018 at 8:00 am (Updated Jan 24, 2018 at 8:00 am)

Urologist to speak at dinner

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