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Dr. Jue Li Seah

MBBS, MS, Grad Cert of Advanced Surgery (Breast Surgery), FRACS

Dr Jue Li Seah is a highly respected breast surgeon who has worked alongside Dr Sanjay Warrier for two years while completing her Fellowship program at the Chris O’Brien Lifehouse.

Dr Seah not only knows many of our patients having worked closely with Warrier Practice at the Chris O’Brien Lifehouse, she also shares the same passion for providing exceptional care and the best surgical options for patients.


MBBS, MS, Grad Cert of Advanced Surgery (Breast Surgery), FRACS

Professional Associations

Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, Breast Surgeons of Australia and New Zealand, General Surgeons Australia


Jue Li completed her undergraduate medical training at the University of Melbourne with MBBS and Bachelor of Advanced Medical Science. She also finished the Postgraduate Course in Clinical Anatomy with Monash University and successfully completed Masters of Surgery with the University of Sydney in 2015.

Her general surgery training was in the Royal Prince Alfred network, successfully obtaining FRACS in 2019. She then decided to further subspecialise in breast surgery with post fellowship training through the Breast Surgeons ANZ professional body. During her fellowship, she completed the Graduate Certificate of Advanced Surgery in Breast Surgery in 2021 through the University of Sydney.

As part of post fellowship training, she spent one year at St. Vincent’s Hospital, Darlinghurst. Following this, she was based for two years at the Oncoplastic Breast Unit at Chris O’ Brien Lifehouse.

She is a visiting medical officer at Chris O’ Brien Lifehouse and consults there in addition to rooms in Bondi Junction and Macquarie Street.

Patient Referrals

You may email or fax your referral letter along with any relevant medical reports. Our caring and experienced team will then contact the patient to arrange a suitable appointment.

Phone: (02) 8514 0793
Fax: (02) 9383 1793
Email: reception@drsanjaywarrier.com.au

Scientific Publications

2023 Lee KJ, Seah JL, O’Toole S, S.Warrier – Xanthogranulomatous inflammation and spindle cell proliferation in response to silicone breast implant leakage – BMJ Case Reports

2022 Nguyen CL, Tam SKM, Easwaralingam N, Seah JL, Comerford AP, Yu ACX, Mak C, Pulitano C, Warrier SK. Patterns of ischaemia and reperfusion in nipple-sparing mastectomy reconstruction with indocyanine green angiography. J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg. 2022 Nov;75(11):4144-4151.

2022 Nguyen CL, Dayaratna N, Comerford AP, Tam SKM, Paredes SR, Easwaralingam N, Seah JL, Azimi F, Mak C, Pulitano C, Warrier SK. Cost-effectiveness of indocyanine green angiography in postmastectomy breast reconstruction. J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg. 2022 Sep;75(9):3014-3021

2022 Nguyen CL, Liu A, Lata T, Easwaralingam N, Seah JL, Chan C, Cao, F, Azimi F, Mak C, Pulitano C, Warrier SK. Utility of indocyanine green angiography in delaying breast reconstruction postmastectomy. Eur J Plast Surg 45, 755–761 (2022)

2022 C. L. Nguyen MBBS, MMed, MPhil; A. P. Comerford BMedSci; N. Dayaratna BHSc (Hons); T. Lata MBBS, BSc, BBus; S. R. Paredes MD; N. Easwaralingam MBBS, MS, FRACS; J. L. Seah MBBS, MS, FRACS; F. Azimi MBBS, MS, FRACS; C. Mak MBBS, FRACS; C. Pulitano MD, PhD, FRACS; S. K. Warrier MBBS, MS, FRACS (2022) – Trends in outcomes with adoption of indocyanine green angiography in postmastectomy reconstruction

2021 IAS New Ideas and Protocols (NSW) – Targeted Axillary Dissection – Presentation

2021 Nguyen, Chu Luan & Barry, Nick & Lindsay, Andrew & Seah, Jue Li & Easwaralingam, Neshanth & Pulitano, Carlo & Warrier, Sanjay. (2021). Indocyanine green angiography in breast reconstruction surgery: A systematic review of cost-analysis studies. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery.

2019 J.L. Seah, M.S. De Robles, C.J. Young (2019) Surgical sphincterotomy can be considered as first line therapy for uncomplicated anal fissure – E-Poster RACS ASC 2019

2006 C.F. Royse, J.L. Seah, L. Donelan, A.G. Royse (2006) Point of care ultrasound for basic haemodynamic assessment: novice compared with an expert operator Anaesthesia 61 (9), 849–855

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