Mohammed Alkatary

Dr. Mohammed Alkatary Specialist General Surgery

Years of Experience : 15

Nationality : Egypt

Languages Known : Arabic, English

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After completing his MBBCh with a high grade, Dr. Mohammed Alkatary left no stone unturned when it came to proving his excellence. In the years that followed, he earned two superior post-graduate qualifications – a Master’s degree (MD) and a Doctorate in General Surgery (MD). With this illustrious academic background, Dr. Alkatary began his professional career in the position of Internship House Officer at Mansoura University Hospitals, Dakahlia Governorate, Egypt. He worked with various surgical units (emergency surgical unit, gastrointestinal surgery, breast surgery, metabolic surgical unit, and general surgery) at this multi-specialty hospital, one of the leading institutions of its kind in the MENA region. Later, Dr. Alkatary also worked for the San Martino Hospital, Italy. Working at these industry-leading names in the medical and healthcare field, he showed exceptional commitment and enthusiasm and added an accomplished track-record to his credit. On the academic teaching front, Dr. Mohammed contributed significantly as he served at the Mansoura University Hospital as Clinical Lecturer and Assistant Professor, enhancing the knowledge and skills of many a budding doctor under study. After this stint at Mansoura University Hospital, Dr. Mohammed took the position of Senior Specialist-Trauma and Acute Care Surgery and General Surgery at Mafraq Hospital and at the Sheikh Shakhbout Medical City in 2012. In this position, his leadership and skill for managing critical and chronic ailments of patients helped him to address a wide range of ailments and diseases including inguinal hernia repair (elective and emergency), paraumbilical and epigastric hernia repair (elective and emergency), thyroidectomies, appendectomy (lap and open), breast cancer operations (radical mastectomies and CBS), cholecystectomies (open and lap), sympathectomies, colectomies (elective and emergency), splenectomies with devascularization, varicose vein operations, research papearicocele operations, anal operations and procedures e.g. piles fissures, polyps, etc., emergency operations, traumatic hepatic tear repair, volvulus sigmoid, obstructed cancer colon, irreducible, obstructed, strangulated hernia, mesenteric vascular occlusion, penetrating injuries to the abdomen, abscesses, advanced hepatobiliary and bariatric surgery at the hospitals where he served throughout his 15-year-old career span. Apart from these clinical and surgical interventions, Dr. Mohammed has also been an active as a journal reviewer and published his materials in the international medical journals and presented his research studies at national and international workshops, conferences, and seminars.

Awards & Achievements

  • 2nd Annual Scientific Conference – Quality Assurance in Scientific Research
  • 4th International Mansoura Conference - Surgery, Gastroenterology and Oncology
  • Workshop in Mansoura Urology and Nephrology Center – Renal Surgery and Endoscopy
  • 2nd International Conference on Surgical Oncology - In Collaboration with EGSSO 2005
  • 5th International Conference on Surgery and Gastroenterology
  • 7th Conference of Obstetrics and Gynecology - Mansoura University
  • 27th Annual Meeting of the Egyptian Society of Surgeons - In Collaboration with the International Association of Surgeons, Gastroenterologists and Oncologists (IASGO)
  • 2nd Annual Meeting of Egyptian Group - Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Surgery - 2008
  • Workshop - Management of infertility State-of-the-Art, Obstetrics and Gynecology - Mansoura University, Egypt 2008
  • Executive Editor - Journal of Surgery and Anesthesia Research
  • Reviewer – International Journal of Surgery
  • Reviewer - International Research, Journal of Surgery

Research & Publications

  • Laparoscopic cholecystectomy for acute cholecystitis a retrospective study of 183 patients - the European Journal of Laparoscopy - 2012.
  • Varicocelectomy to treat pain and predictors of success: a prospective study– curr. Urol – 2012
  • Feasibility of mesh repair for strangulated abdominal wall hernias - International Journal of Surgery – 2012
  • Management of a hemodynamically unstable patient with fracture pelvis - Mafraq Hospital experience, UAE - European Society of Trauma and Emergency Surgery - International Surgery Journal–2017
  • Management of traumatic liver injuries is grade-dependent - Mafraq Hospital experience - ae presentation - Royal Australian College Of Surgeons - International Surgery Journal - 2017
  • Laparoscopic and open repair for perforated peptic ulcer- presentation at Royal Australasian College Of Surgeons – 2015; International Surgery Journal – 2017
  • Laparoscopic vs. Open appendectomy during pregnancy - international surgery journal – 2017
  • Is routine post-operative gastrographic study needed after laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy? Experience of 712 cases – Obes Surg– 2017
  • An invited commentary on "closure of mesenteric defects is associated with a higher incidence of small bowel obstruction due to adhesions after laparoscopic antecolic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass: a retrospective cohort study - International Surgery Journal 2019

Education & Training

  • MBBCh
  • MD (General Surgery)
  • FACS


  • American College of Surgeons
  • American Society of Breast Surgery
  • International Society of Surgery
  • International Association for Trauma Surgery and Intensive Care
  • Pan-American Trauma Society