Mr Graham Duguid

Mr Graham Duguid

MD, FRCS, BMedBiol

Ophthalmology

32 years of experience

Languages spoken

  • English
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Registered with

  • General Medical Council: 3258545
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    Practices worked at

    The Wellington Hospital

    St Johns Wood, London, United Kingdom, NW8 7JA
    198 reviews

    About

    Mr Graham Duguid graduated in medicine from Aberdeen University and trained in Ophthalmology in Glasgow, Melbourne and Paris. He was registrar and senior registrar in Moorfields Eye Hospital and then sub-specialised in vitreoretinal surgery as a fellow at Moorfields and Hospital Lariboisiere in Paris. He was appointed to the Western Eye Hospital (Imperial College NHS Trust) as a consultant in 2001. Amongst his clinical roles there, he is in charge of the Eye Accident and Emergency.

    Mr Duguid specialises in medical and surgical diseases of the retina, cataracts, and ocular trauma. He is also experienced in the medical management of glaucoma and general ophthalmic conditions. The medical retinal disease includes diabetic retinopathy, age-related macular degeneration (wet and dry types), retinal vascular occlusions, sickle cell retinopathy and myopic maculopathy. The surgical retinal disease includes retinal detachment, macular hole, Epiretinal membrane and advanced diabetic retinopathy. Mr Duguid is also able to offer small-gauge vitrectomy.

    Mr Duguid is Consultant Advisor in Ophthalmology to the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and holds regular clinics at their headquarters in Gatwick. He is also a Designated Aviation Ophthalmologist to the Civil Aviation and Safety Authority of Australia (CASA), and sits on the Vision Panel for the Department of Transport.

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    Medical procedures

    • General Opthalmology
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    Special interests

    • General Opthalmology
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    Education

    • MD
    • FRCS
    • BMedBiol
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