Clinical Associate Professor Anil Keshava

Clinical Associate Professor
Surgery, Concord Clinical School

C22 - Concord Hospital
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia

T: 02 9440 2516
F: 9812 3886




  • Keshava, A., Young, C., Richardson, G., De-Loyde, K. (2013), A historical comparison of single incision and conventional multiport laparoscopic right hemicolectomy. Colorectal Disease. 15(10), e618-622. [Abstract]
  • Krishna, A., Rickard, M., Keshava, A., Dent, O., Chapuis, P. (2013), A comparison of published rates of resection margin involvement and intraoperative perforation between standard and "cylindrical" abdominoperineal excision for low rectal cancer. Colorectal Disease. 15(1), 57-65. [Abstract]
  • Wright, D., Ng, K., Keshava, A., Gladman, M. (2013), An Unusual Cause of Large Bowel Obstruction. Colorectal Disease. 15(1), e60-e61. [Abstract]
  • Ansari, N., Keshava, A., Rickard, M., Richardson, G. (2013), Laparoscopic repair of internal hernia following laparoscopic anterior resection. International Journal of Colorectal Disease. , 1739-1741. [Abstract]
  • Chapuis, P., Bokey, L., Keshava, A., Rickard, M., Stewart, P., Young, C., Dent, O. (2013), Risk factors for prolonged ileus after resection of colorectal cancer: an observational study of 2400 consecutive patients. Annals of Surgery. 257(5), 909-915. [Abstract]
  • Krishna, A., Russell, M., Richardson, G., Rickard, M., Keshava, A. (2013), Supervised surgical training and its effect on the short term outcome in laparoscopic colorectal surgery. Colorectal Disease. 15(8), e483-437. [Abstract]