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Selected Publications

2014

M. Goldstein; M. Wosnitzer. Obstructive Azoospermia. Current Management of Male Infertility . 2014;41():83-95. Google Scholar

M. Goldstein; V. Sharma; S. Zargaroff; K.R. Sheth; B.V. Le; J.M. Dupree; J.I. Sandlow; A.S. Polackwich; J.C. Hedges; E.F. Fuchs; R.E. Brannigan. Relating economic conditions to vasectomy and vasectomy reversal frequencies: a multi-institutional study. J Urol. 2014;191(6):1835-1840. Google Scholar

M. Goldstein; P.S. Li; A. Mehta. Male infertility microsurgical training. Translational Andrology and Urology. 2014;3(1):134-141. Google Scholar

M. Goldstein; B. Najari; P.S. Li; R. Ramasamy; M. Katz; S. Sheth; B. Robinson; H. Chen; B. Zirkin; P.N. Schlegel. Microsurgical Rat Varicocele Model. J. Urol.. 2014;191():548-553. Google Scholar

D.A. Paduch; R.E. Brannigan; E.F. Fuchs; E.D. Kim; J.L. Marmar; J.I. Sandlow. The laboratory diagnosis of testosterone deficiency. Urology. 2014;83(5):980-88. Google Scholar

M. Goldstein; D.C. Sokal; P.S. Li; R. Zulu; Q.D. Awori; S.L. Combes; R.O. Simba; R. Lee; C. Hart; P. Perchal; H.J. Hawry; K. Bowa; M. Barone. Randomized Controlled Trial of the Shang Ring Versus Conventional Surgical Techniques for Adult Male Circumcision: Safety and Acceptability. JAIDS. 2014;65(4):447-455. Google Scholar

M. Goldstein; P.S. Li. Male Infertility, Microsurgery, and Men’s Health. Translational Andrology and Urology. 2014;3(1):113-124. Google Scholar

2013

M. Goldstein; H.H. Kim; M. Funaro; S. Mazel; P.N. Schlegel; D.A. Paduch. Flow cytometric characterization of apoptosis and chromatin damage in spermatozoa. Reproductive BioMedicine Online. 2013;26():393-395. Google Scholar

D.A. Paduch; M. Funaro; A. Bolyakov; E. Gimenez; M. Herman. Low Testosterone—An Important Predictor of Low Mineral Bone Density in Young Men—Our Own Experience and a Review of Literature. Advances in Sexual Medicine. 2013;(3):19-33. Google Scholar

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