Dr. Shpetim H. Telegrafi

Dr. Shpetim Telegrafi
  • Director of Diagnostic Ultrasound
  • Associate Professor (Research) of Urology
  • Associate Professor of Diagnostic Medical Sonography
  • Senior Research Scientist




  • Medical Education:Tirana University- Faculty of Medicine, 1966-1971
  • Residency Training:Department of Radiology-Tirana University Hospitals, 1972-1975
  • Clinical Fellowships: Beaujon University Hospital, Department of Radiology, Paris, France 1988
  • Clinical Fellowship:NYU-School of Medicine, Department of Radiology, 1991
  • Clinical Fellowship:Bichat University Hospital- Department of Radiology, 1993, Paris, France
  • Clinical Fellowship:NYU-School of Medicine, Radiology Department, 1993-1996- Research and Teaching Program

About Dr.Telegrafi

Dr. Telegrafi’s clinical practice and research has focused on diagnostic ultrasound, especially Doppler evaluation of the abdominal and superficial organs, and pediatric ultrasound. He is a recognized expert and educator on color-Doppler evaluation of the male infertility and erectile dysfunction, and all other adult and pediatric urologic and abdominal diagnostic ultrasound procedures. He has authored many articles, 1 textbook on diagnostic abdominal ultrasound (Doppler evaluation), 2 book chapters , and has presented over 65 clinical and scientific papers at national and international meetings. He has served as visiting professor and guest lecturer in many countries.

Recently Dr. Telegrafi authored a new revolutionary ultrasound diagnostic procedure called Transperineal Sonocystography, replacing completely traditional invasive retrograde fluorocystography which uses X-rays and contrast media, with a non-invasive ultrasound procedure using only water, helping on the early catheter removal of the post radical prostatectomy patients.

Dr.Telegrafi is a member of American Urological Association, American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine, Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography, and Kosova Ultrasound Association. He is also a member of the European Society of Radiology and the Albanian Imaging Association.