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Dr. Goldstein wins the 2016 SRS Distinguished Surgeon Award

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Dr. Marc Goldstein, the director of the Weill Cornell Medicine Center for Male Reproductive Medicine and Microsurgery, has been awarded the 2016 Distinguished Surgeon Award from the Society of Reproductive Surgeons.The award recognizes Dr. Goldstein’s academic, clinical and research achievements in reproductive medicine, as well as his contributions to the field, according to the professional organization, which is part of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. The SRS executive... Read More

Dr. Goldstein: No-needle, no-scalpel vasectomy: Single surgeon experience

The no-needle NSV using a MadaJet injector is a safe and effective modification of the NSV that provides excellent anesthesia. This technique may enhance patient satisfaction and reduce men’s fear of needles as an obstacle to vasectomy.

Dr. Goldstein: LIVE technique is an effective way to treat patients with epididymal obstruction

Longitudinal intussusception microsurgical vasoepididymostomy (LIVE) technique is an effective way to treat patients with epididymal obstruction when compared with other techniques.

Dr. Goldstein: Varicocele repair improves testosterone in non-infertile men

Microsurgical varicocelectomy significantly improves serum testosterone in non-infertile men with testosterone deficiency, regardless of the presence of pain.

Azoospermia: What to know about this cause of male infertility

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Still not pregnant? For some couples, azoospermia, or a lack of sperm in the ejaculate, may stand in the way of conception. By Jennifer Kelly GeddesWhen it comes to planning a family, you might take the sperm end of the equation for granted. This makes good sense, of course, because the majority of men have enough strong swimmers to fertilize female eggs. But for some couples, azoospermia, or a lack of sperm in the ejaculate, may stand in the way of conception."Most men with azoospermia have... Read More

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