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Our Essential Dermatology & Skin Cancer practice remains open

The Cadogan Clinic will continue to offer patients medical dermatology appointments throughout the COVID crisis, as well as critical skin cancer screening and removal services.

General medical dermatology consultations will be booked remotely, with 'time critical' appointments still available in-clinic for suspected skin cancer cases.

'Same-visit' skin cancer excision will be possible for all cases indicating for immediate and urgent removal, under the care of one of our specialist surgeons.

To find out more about the reduced services we are operating, please click HERE or visit our COVID-19 Patient Information page.

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Mr. Ian Franklin MBBS MS FRCS(Gen Surg)

Vascular Surgeon / GMC: 3461118

Ian Franklin was a NHS doctor for 23 years including 12 years as consultant vascular surgeon at Imperial College NHS Trust performing a full range of arterial, venous and emergency vascular surgery.

He is now a full-time private venous specialist. He introduced key minimally invasive treatments to the NHS and has written numerous scientific papers, book chapters and a surgical textbook. He trains other specialists in modern vein techniques all over the world and is the programme director of the International Charing Cross Venous Course held in London every April.

Areas of interest include:

  • Varicose veins
  • Thread veins
  • Aesthetic phlebology
  • Pelvic vein congestion
  • Leg ulcers
  • Deep vein thrombosis
  • Leg swelling
  • Lymphoedema
Mr. Ian Franklin

Specialist Treatments

Mr. Ian Franklin Results

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Research led by Mr. Ian Franklin

  • Tackling the cause of venous leg ulcers.
  • A two-cohort feasibility study on polyglycolic acid yarn implantation for abolition of saphenous vein reflux.

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