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What's New in Urology

 

Froedtert Hospital received national ranking in urology and several other specialty areas in U.S. News & World Report’s 2012-13 “Best Hospitals” list.

 

 

Medical College of Wisconsin Urologists Among Best Doctors in America®

 

Congratulations to our residents that graduated in June:
Tanya Davis MD - Pediatric Fellowship, Washington DC
Dustin Pagoria MD - Private Practice, Wausau, Wisconsin
Amul Shah MD- Private Practice, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
 

Welcome to our newest residents:
Michael Moriarty MD
Andrew Radtke MD
Raymond Roewe MD

Urology News
 

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Study Identifies Factors that Identify Men Who Will Undergo Clinical Trial Prostate Biopsies

Aug. 18 - Dr. William See was a contributing author on the Prostate Cancer Prevention Trial, published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention. Health Canal

Unique procedure allows new father to celebrate Father’s Day

June 16 - A Sheboygan Falls man who had a vasectomy two decades ago, is now a father after a unique minimally-invasive procedure pioneered by Jay Sandlow, MD. WITI TV

Dr. See Reports that One in Six Men will be Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer

May 22 - Dr. William See tells Fox-TV/Channel 6 that one in six men will get prostate cancer. Fox 6 Now

Featured Story from Urology Newsletter

Pediatric Robotic Laparoscopic Surgery

Travis W. Groth, MD, Assistant Professor, Pediatric Urology

Laparoscopic surgery has been used in pediatric surgery since the 1970’s. However, these procedures were solely used for diagnostic purposes. The first laparoscopic cholecystectomy was performed in 1985, and the first laparoscopic nephrectomy was performed in 1990. These procedures demonstrated the feasibility of laparoscopic surgery, along with the great promise it held to decrease patients’ morbidity of certain operations. In a short period of time, laparoscopic surgery, also referred to as minimally invasive surgery, has become the standard of care for the treatment for various surgical conditions in pediatric and adult patients. This has been made possible because of advancements in technology of endoscopic optics and miniaturization of instruments.

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Email: urologynews@mcw.edu

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