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Selected Publication & Abstract

Varicocele

JAMA Patient Page - Varicocele

Varicoceles are a common, treatable medical problem that affects millions of men in the United States. Learn about the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment in the Journal of the American Medical Association.JAMA. 2020;323(21):2210. doi:10.1001/jama.2020.0397

Dr. Kashanian's comments on subspecialization in male infertility

With growing understanding of male infertility and its potential effects on the wellbeing of both patient and offspring, it is becoming more important to have subspecialty training in the evaluation and treatment of male infertility.  Luckily, according to data we recently published in Fertility and Sterility, there is an increased trend in urologists obtaining fellowship training in male infertility, and thus surgical volume is beginning to shift from general urologists to subspecialized... 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.

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