Program Schedule

84th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Section of the AUA

March 18 - 21, 2020
Program Chair: S. Duke Herrell, III, MD, FACS
All sessions will be located in Crescent City Ballroom unless otherwise noted.
Speakers and times are subject to change.

DateTimeSession
OVERVIEW  
18
Wed
7:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Registration/Information Desk Open
Location: Roosevelt Pre-Function
18
Wed
7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.
Board of Directors Meeting
Location: Blue Room
18
Wed
7:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m.
Spouse/Guest Hospitality Suite Open
Location: Conti Room
18
Wed
10:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Speaker Ready Room Hours
Location: Napoleon Room
GENERAL SESSION  
18
Wed
11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Industry Sponsored Lunch Symposium
Location: Orpheum Room
18
Wed
12:05 p.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Opening Remarks
President:
Glenn M. Preminger, MD
Durham, NC
18
Wed
12:15 p.m. - 12:45 p.m.
State-of-the-Art Lecture: Prostate Cancer Topic 2020
Guest Speaker:
Christopher Joseph Kane, MD, FACS
San Diego, CA
18
Wed
12:45 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.
Panel Discussion: The APP in Urology
Moderators:
W. Patrick Springhart, MD
Greenville, SC


Raju Thomas, MD, FACS, MHA, FRCS
New Orleans, LA
18
Wed
 
The APP in Urology and Education System
Panelist:
W. Patrick Springhart, MD
Greenville, SC
18
Wed
 
The APP in Urology: An APP's Perspective
Panelist:
Gilbert Comola, ANP-C
Nashville, TN
18
Wed
 
Urology APPs: Understanding the Value to Your Practice
Panelist:
Scott B. Sellinger, MD, FACS
Tallahassee, FL
18
Wed
 
Challenges and Role of APPs
Panelist:
Bonnie Proulx, DNP, APRN, PNP-BC
Atlanta, GA
18
Wed
2:05 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.
Discussion / Q&A
Location: Crescent City Ballroom
18
Wed
2:15 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Panel Discussion: Opioids and Stone Disease: Dilemma and Opportunity
Moderator:
Glenn M. Preminger, MD
Durham, NC
18
Wed
 
Decreasing Acute Post Procedural Narcotic Use
Panelist:
Nicole Lara Miller, MD
Nashville, TN
18
Wed
 
The Challenging Opioid Patient: Strategies to Handle
Panelist:
Davis Paul Viprakasit, MD
Chapel Hill, NC
18
Wed
 
Stone Surgery and Narcotic Use: What We Know From Analysis of Large National Databases
Panelist:
Aaron Han Qiao Lay, MD
Atlanta, GA
18
Wed
3:00 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.
Discussion / Q&A
18
Wed
3:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Break
Concurrent Sessions Begin  
Concurrent Session 1 of 5  
18
Wed
3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Bladder Cancer Podium Session
Location: Crescent City Ballroom
Moderators:
Jeffrey R. Gingrich, MD
Durham, NC


Chad R. Ritch, MD, MBA
Miami, FL
18
Wed
3:30 p.m. #1

REPEAT TURBT FOR HIGH GRADE T1 UROTHELIAL CARCINOMA: CONTEMPORARY FINDINGS AND PREDICTORS OF UPSTAGING


Michael Massari, Michael Blute, Michael Dennis, Ardalan Ahmad, Padraic O'Malley, Paul Crispen
University of Florida
18
Wed
3:37 p.m. #2

SEPARATE DEEP MARGIN SPECIMENS CAN IMPROVE THE RATE OF MUSCULARIS PROPRIA ON TURBT PATHOLOGY: A RESIDENT-DRIVEN QUALITY IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVE


Solomon Hayon, MD1, Megan Gurjar, BSPH2, Nathan Suskovic, BA2, Mark Ehlers, MD1, Pauline Filippou, MD1, Kathryn Gessner, MD1, Eric Wallen, MD1, Matthew Nielsen, MD, MS1, Hung-Jui Tan, MD, MSHPM1
1Department of Urology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Medicine
18
Wed
3:44 p.m. #3

Is cold cup biopsy from resection bed after transurethral resection of bladder tumor (TURBT) helpful?


Majid Mirzazadeh, mmirzaza@wakehealth.edu1, Parth Thakker, Resident2
1Wake Forest University. Urology Department, Winston Salem, NV, 2Wake Forest University
18
Wed
3:51 p.m. #4

THE EFFECT OF CONDUCTIVE HYPERTHERMIA ON MITOMYCIN C ABSORPTION DURING INTRAVESICAL CHEMOTHERAPY


Wei Phin Tan, Andrew Chang, Wiguins Etienne, Brant Inman
Duke University Medical Center, Division of Urology, Durham, NC
18
Wed
3:58 p.m. #5

OBJECTIVE RISK SCORE RELIABLY PREDICTS 30-DAY MORTALITY AFTER RADICAL CYSTECTOMY


Kristen Marley, MD, Howard Hasen, MD, Christopher Ledbetter, MD, Robert Wake, MD, Anthony Patterson, MD
University of Tennessee Health Science Center
18
Wed
4:05 p.m. #6

ANXIETY, DEPRESSION, AND PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING RADICAL CYSTECTOMY FOR BLADDER CANCER


Blake Johnson, MSc1, William Worrilow, BA2, Patrick Meadors, PhD, LMFT3, Stephen Riggs, MD2
1University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC, 2Levine Cancer Institute, Department of Urologic Oncology, Atrium Health, Charlotte, NC, 3Levine Cancer Institute, Department of Supportive Oncology, Atrium Health, Charlotte, NC
18
Wed
4:12 p.m. #7

Sarcopenia is an un-modifiable outcomes predictor for bladder cancer patients


Gregory Barton, MD1, Jeannette Wang1, Andrew Chang, MD1, Wei Phin Tan, MD1, Joseph Fantony, MD1, Paul Wischmeyer, MD2, Rajan Gupta, MD3, Brant Inman, MD1
1Duke University Medical Center, Division of Urology, 2Duke University Medical Center, Department of Anesthesiology, 3Duke University Medical Center, Department of Radiology
18
Wed
4:19 p.m. #8

CLINICAL UTILITY OF POST-NEOADJUVANT CHEMOTHERAPY COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY FOR MUSCLE-INVASIVE UROTHELIAL BLADDER CANCER


Sagar Patel, BS1,2, Caitlin Hensel, BS1, Jiaxian He, PhD1, William Worrilow, BA1, James Kearns, MD1, Kris Gaston, MD1, Peter E Clark, MD1, Stephen Riggs, MD1
1Atrium Health, Charlotte, NC, 2University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
18
Wed
4:26 p.m. #9

PALLIATIVE CARE USE AMONG BLADDER CANCER PATIENTS TREATED WITH RADICAL CYSTECTOMY


Nourhan Ismaeel, Dattatraya Patil, Mehrdad Alemozaffar, Christopher Filson, Viraj Master, Aaron Lay
Emory University
18
Wed
4:33 p.m. #10

CHARACTERIZING THE BEHAVIOR OF SECONDARY BLADDER CANCER AFTER PELVIC RADIATION


Caleb Natale, BA, Gabriel Leinwand, MD, Farid Zeineddine, BS, Jonathan Silberstein, MD, Louis Krane, MD
Tulane University School of Medicine, Department of Urology, New Orleans, LA
18
Wed
4:40 p.m. #11

2019 BLADDER CANCER PATIENT SURVEY NETWORK RESULTS


Judy Hamad1, John Gore2, Stephanie Chisolm3, Robert Lipman3, Angela Smith4
1University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC, 2Department of Urology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 3Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network, Bethesda, MD, 4Department of Urology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
Concurrent Session 2 of 5  
18
Wed
3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Sexual Health and Infertility Podium Session
Location: Waldorf Astoria Ballroom
Moderators:
Thomas A. Masterson, III, MD
Miami Beach, FL


Alan Scott Polackwich, Jr., MD
Miami Beach, FL
18
Wed
3:30 p.m. #12

PREDICTING INTRACAVERNOSAL INJECTION THERAPY FAILURE BY EVALUATING MEDICAL RISK FACTORS IN MEN WITH ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION


Steven Lomax, MD1, Patrick Houghton, MD1, Joseph Ivey, MD1, Kevin Parikh, MD1, Grace Edwards1, Peter Cannizzo1, Colleen Ball, MS2, Gregory Broderick, MD1
1Mayo Clinic Florida, Department of Urology, 2Mayo Clinic Florida, Departmentof Health Sciences Research
18
Wed
3:37 p.m. #13

UTILIZING GRIP AND PINCH STRENGTH PRIOR TO THREE-PIECE IPP PLACEMENTS AS A PREDICTOR OF POST-OPERATIVE PATIENT SATISFACTION. CURRENT PRE- AND POST-OPERATIVE DATA.


Hayden Jahn, MD, John M. Williams, MD, Jacob Anderson, MD, Bryan Savage, Maria Latsis, Eric Laborde, MD
Ochsner Clinic Foundation
18
Wed
3:44 p.m. #14

MICROBIOME OF THE PRIMARY PENILE IMPLANT: A COMPARISON PILOT STUDY WITH WORRISOME RESULTS AT THE PUMP SPACE


Gerard Henry, MD
Ark La Tex Urology
18
Wed
3:51 p.m. #15

SAFETY OF INFLATABLE PENILE PROSTHESIS IN SOLID ORGAN TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS


Brian Dick1, Amit Reddy1, Jacob Greenberg1, Meredith Freeman1, Nicholas Ottaiano1, Laith Alzweri1, Anil Paramesh2, Wayne J. G. Hellstrom1, Omer Raheem1
1Tulane University School of Medicine, Dept. of Urology, 2Tulane University School of Medicine, Dept. of Transplantation
18
Wed
3:58 p.m. #16

INITIAL EXPERIENCE WITH THE BOSTON SCIENTIFIC TACTRA SEMI-RIGID PENILE PROSTHESIS: A MULTI-INSTITUTIONAL CASE SERIES


Samantha Nealon, MD1, Adam Baumgarten, MD2, Premal Patel, MD3, Ranjith Ramasamy, MD3, Gerard Henry, MD4, Rafael Carrion, MD1
1University of South Florida, 2University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, 3University of Miami Health System, 4Willis-Knighton Physician Network
18
Wed
4:05 p.m. #17

MANAGEMENT OF PEYRONIE’S DISEASE IN THE PRE- VS POST XIAFLEX ERA


Evan Mulloy, MD, Akanksha Mehta, MD, Datta Patil, MBBS, MPH
Emory University, Department of Urology, Atlanta, GA
18
Wed
4:12 p.m. #18

FORMALIN VERSUS BOUIN SOLUTION FOR TESTIS BIOPSIES: WHICH IS THE BETTER FIXATIVE?


James Ellenburg, MD1, Peter Kolettis, MD1, Joseph Drwiega, MD2, Anna Posey2, Matthew Goldberg, PhD2, Jennifer Gordetsky, MD3
1University of Alabama at Birmingham Department of Urology, 2University of Alabama at Birmingham Department of Pathology, 3Vanderbilt University Department of Pathology
18
Wed
4:19 p.m. #19

WHOLE TESTES CRYOPRESERVATION FOR FUTURE AUTO-TRANSPLANTATION: COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT FREEZING METHODS


Robert Wilson1, Oludamilola Ademoyero, Msc1, Elizabeth Greene, LATG2, Zhen Chen, Msc2, Anthony Atala, MD1,3, Kelvin Brockbank, PhD2, Hooman Sadri-Ardekani, MD, PhD1,3
1Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, 2Tissue Testing Technologies LLC, 3Department of Urology, Wake Forest School of Medicine
18
Wed
4:26 p.m. #20

PURGING OF MALIGNANT CELLS PRIOR TO SPEMRTAOGONIAL STEM CELL (SSC) AUTO TRANSPLANTATION TO RESTORE FERTILITY


Omar Abdelaal1,2, Darren Hickerson1, Julie Allickson1, Anthony Atala3,4, Hooman Sadri-Ardekani3,4
1Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, 2Department of Urology, Faculty of Medicine, Zagazig University, 3Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, Wake Forest School of Medicine, 4Department of Urology, Wake Forest School of Medicine
18
Wed
4:33 p.m. #21

A CLINICALLY VALIDATED METHOD FOR DETECTING SPERMATOGONIAL STEM CELLS IN TESE NEGATIVE KLINEFELTER SYNDROME PATIENTS: A STEP TOWARD BIOLOGICAL PATERNITY


Nicholas Deebel, MD1, Haleh Soltangoraee, MD2, Karl Reynolds3, Kimberly Stogner-Underwood, MD4, Mohamad Sadeghi, Ph.D2, Anthony Atala, MD1, Hooman Sadri-Ardekani, MD, Ph.D1
1Department of Urology, Wake Forest School of Medicine and Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC, 2Avicenna Infertility Center, Avicenna Research Institute , ACECR, Tehran, Iran, 3Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC, 4Department of Pathology, Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC
ARI
18
Wed
4:40 p.m. #22

PROSPECTIVE CONTROL TRIAL OF VASOVASOSTOMY UTILIZING A NOVEL MICROSURGERY ROBOTIC PLATFORM VERSUS STANDARD MICROSURGERY


Sijo Parekattil, Associate Professor1,2, George De Boccard, Professor3, Ahmet Gudeloglu, Assistant Professor4, Nahomy Calixte, Assistant Professor1,2, Mohammed Etafy, Fellow1, Richard Mendelson, Director of Research5, Jamin Brahmbhatt, Assistant Professor6,2
1PUR Clinic, 2University of Central Florida, Clermont, FL, 3Clinique Générale Beaulieu, Geneva, Switzerland, 4Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey, 5Keiser University Graduate School, Fort Lauderdale, FL, 6UR Clinic
Concurrent Session 3 of 5  
18
Wed
3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Prostate Cancer I Poster Session
Location: Chambers I&III
Moderators:
Sanoj Punnen, MD, MAS
Miami, FL


Paul R. Womble, MD
Charleston, SC
18
Wed
Poster #1

SMALL MOLECULE INHIBITOR ASR600 TARGETS ANDROGEN RECEPTOR SIGNALING IN CASTRATION-RESISTANT PROSTATE CANCER


William Rawls, Andrew Park, Thomas FitzGibbon, Murali Ankem
University of Louisville, Dept. of Urology, Louisville, KY
18
Wed
Poster #2

LOSS OF FOXA2 IN NEUROENDOCRINE PROSTATE CANCER PROMOTES FUNCTIONAL ANDROGEN RECEPTOR RE-EMERGENCE 


Zachary M. Connelly, PhD1,2, Shu Yang, MD1, Nazih Khater, MD3, Xiuping Yu, PhD1
1LSUHSC Shreveport, Dept of Biochemistry, 2Dept of Surgery, 3LSUHSC Shreveport, Dept of Urology
18
Wed
Poster #3

ASSOCIATION BETWEEN ONCOTYPE DX GENOMIC PROSTATE CANCER SCORE AND FINAL TUMOR PATHOLOGY


Christopher Chew1, Marcio Covas Moschovas, Urology2, Seetharam Bhat, Urology2, Fikret Onol, Urology2, Travis Rogers, Urology2, Shannon Roof, Urology2, Marco Sandri2, Cathy Jensen, Urology2, Vipul Patel, Urology2
1University of North Carolina School of Medicine, 2AdventHealth Global Robotics Institute
18
Wed
Poster #4

NEUTROPHIL LYMPHOCYTE RATIO AND PLATELET LYMPHOCYTE RATIO DO NOT PREDICT UPGRADING IN A RACIALLY DIVERSE PROSPECTIVE STUDY OF MEN WITH PROSTATE CANCER ON ACTIVE SURVEILLANCE


T. Max Shelton, Jacob Greenberg, L. Spencer Krane
Department of Urology, Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA, USA
18
Wed
Poster #5

IMPACT OF PROSTATE-SPECIFIC ANTIGEN DOUBLING TIME ON TIME TO METASTASIS AND OVERALL SURVIVAL IN PATIENTS WITH NONMETASTATIC CASTRATION-RESISTANT PROSTATE CANCER 


Stephen J. Freedland1,2, Krishnan Ramaswamy3, Stanislav Lechpammer4, Jack Mardekian3, Neil M. Schultz5, Ahong Huang6, Li Wang6, Onur Baser7, Daniel George8
1Division of Urology, Department of Surgery, Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA, USA, 2Section of Urology, Durham VA Medical Center, Durham, NC, USA, 3Pfizer Inc., New York, NY, USA, 4Pfizer Inc., San Francisco, CA, USA, 5Astellas Pharma Inc., Northbrook, IL, USA, 6STATinMED Research, Plano, TX, USA, 7The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA, 8Duke University School of Medicine, Durham, NC, USA
18
Wed
Poster #6

OVERALL SURVIVAL BY RACE IN PATIENTS WITH CHEMOTHERAPY-NAÏVE METASTATIC CASTRATION-RESISTANT PROSTATE CANCER (MCRPC) WHO WERE TREATED WITH ABIRATERONE ACETATE OR ENZALUTAMIDE


Daniel George1, Megan McNamara1,2, Krishnan Ramaswamy3, Stanislav Lechpammer4, Jack Mardekian3, Neil M. Schultz5, Li Wang6, Onur Baser7, Ahong Huang6, Stephen J. Freedland8,9
1Duke University School of Medicine, Durham, NC, USA, 2Section of Hematology and Oncology, Durham VA Medical Center, Durham VA, 3Pfizer Inc., New York, NY, USA, 4Pfizer Inc., San Francisco, CA, USA, 5Astellas Pharma Inc., Northbrook, IL, USA, 6STATinMED Research, Plano, TX, USA, 7The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA, 8Division of Urology, Department of Surgery, Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA, USA, 9Section of Urology, Durham VA Medical Center, Durham NC, USA
18
Wed
Poster #7

SURVIVAL RATES AND ECONOMIC OUTCOMES IN PATIENTS WITH CHEMOTHERAPY-NAÏVE METASTATIC CASTRATION-RESISTANT PROSTATE CANCER WHO WERE TREATED WITH ABIRATERONE ACETATE OR ENZALUTAMIDE


Daniel George1, Krishnan Ramaswamy2, Stanislav Lechpammer3, Jack Mardekian2, Neil M. Schultz4, Ahong Huang5, Li Wang5, Onur Baser6
1Duke University School of Medicine, Durham, NC, USA, 2Pfizer Inc., New York, NY, USA, 3Pfizer Inc., San Francisco, CA, USA, 4Astellas Pharma Inc., Northbrook, IL, USA, 5STATinMED Research, Plano, TX, USA, 6The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA
18
Wed
Poster #8

COMPARATIVE EFFICACY OF ENZALUTAMIDE, APALUTAMIDE AND DAROLUTAMIDE FOR TREATMENT ON NON-METASTATIC CASTRATE-RESISTANT PROSTATE CANCER: A NETWORK META-ANALYSIS


jatinder kumar, fellow1, shiva gautam, professor2, daniel norez, assistant2, Muhammad Umar alam, fello1, karthik tanneru, fellow1, soroush bazargani, resident1, SeyedBehzad Jazayeri, resident1, joseph costa, professor1, mark bandyk, associate professor1, Hariharan Palyapalayam Ganapat, assistant professor1, shahriar koochekpour, professor1, KC balaji, professor1
1Department of Urology, University of Florida, Jacksonville, USA, 2Department of biostatistics, University of Florida, Jacksonville, USA
18
Wed
Poster #9

DAROLUTAMIDE DELAYS PROSTATE-SPECIFIC ANTIGEN PROGRESSION AND TIME TO NEXT ANTICANCER THERAPIES IN PATIENTS WITH NONMETASTATIC CASTRATION-RESISTANT PROSTATE CANCER


Ron Tutrone1, Neal D. Shore2, Matthew R. Smith3, Teuvo L. J. Tammela4, Albertas Ulys5, Eglis Vjaters6, Sergey Polyakov7, Mindaugas Jievaltas8, Murilo Luz9, Boris Alekseev10, Iris Kuss11, Marie A. Le Berre12, Amir Snapir13, Toni Sarapohja13, Karim Fizazi14
1Chesapeake Urology Research Associates, Towson, MD, USA, 2Carolina Urologic Research Center, Atlantic Urology Clinics, Myrtle Beach, SC, USA, 3Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center and Harvard Medical School, Urologic Oncology, Boston, MA, USA, 4Tampere University Hospital, Tampere, Finland, 5Institute of Oncology, Vilnius University, Lithuania, 6Pauls Stradins Clinical University Hospital, Department Of Urology, Riga, Latvia, 7N.N. Alexandrov National Cancer Centre, Department of Urology, Minsk, Belarus, 8Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Medical Academy, Department of Urology, Kaunas, Lithuania, 9Hospital Erasto Gaertner, Curitiba, Brazil, 10Hertzen Moscow Cancer Research Institute, Moscow, Russia, 11Bayer AG, Berlin, Germany, 12Bayer Healthcare, Loos, France, 13Orion Corporation Orion Pharma, Espoo, Finland, 14Institut Gustave Roussy, University of Paris-Sud, Villejuif, France
18
Wed
Poster #10

PREDICTORS OF FUTURE INTERVENTION IN ACTIVE SURVEILLANCE PATIENTS USING THE SEER ACTIVE SURVEILLANCE/WATCHFUL WAITING DATABASE


Rashid Sayyid, MD, MSc1, John Benton2, Atul Lodh2, Katherine Miller, MD1, Hanan Goldberg, MD3, Martha Terris, MD1, Christopher Wallis, MD, PhD4, Zachary Klaassen, MD, MSc1
1Section of Urology, Department of Surgery, Medical College of Georgia-Augusta University, Augusta, GA, 2School of Medicine, Medical College of Georgia-Augusta University, Augusta, GA, 3Department of Urology, Upstate University Hospital, Syracuse, NY, 4Department of Urologic Surgery, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN
18
Wed
Poster #11

COMORBIDITY BURDEN VERSUS PATIENT-REPORTED HEALTH IN DETERMINING TREATMENT FOR PROSTATE CANCER


Stephen McMahon1, Angela Smith, Xi Zhou, Matthew Nielsen, Eric Wallen, Raj Pruthi, Hung-Jui Tan2
1University of North Carolina, 2University of North Carolina, Dept Urology
18
Wed
Poster #12

IMPACT OF INTRA-DUCTAL CARCINOMA ON CLINICAL OUTCOMES IN MEN WITH PROSTATE CANCER: SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS


jatinder kumar, fellow1, shiva gautam, professor2, daniel norez, assistant2, muhammed Umar alam, fellow3, Karthik Tanneru, fellow1, Soroush Bazargani, resident1, SeyedBehzad Jazayeri, resident1, Joseph Costa, professor3, mark bandyk, associate professor1, Hariharan Palyapalay Ganapathi, assistant professor1, Shahriar Koochekpour, professor3, KC balaji, professor3
1Department of Urology, University of Florida, Jacksonville, USA, 2, Department of Biostatistics, University of Florida, Jacksonville, USA, 3Department of Urology, University of Florida, Jacksonville, USA.
18
Wed
Poster #13

African Americans Have Higher Rates of Invasive Prostate Cancer on Initial Diagnosis and Higher Rates of Mortality in Mississippi


Kieran Hynes, Charles Pound
University of Mississippi Medical Center, Department of Surgery, Division of Urology
18
Wed
Poster #14

ASSOCIATION BETWEEN SEXUAL ORIENTATION AND PROSTATE CANCER SCREENING AMONG MALES 40 YEARS OLD AND OLDER


Vivian Wong1, Elias Atri1, Jeffrey Wei1, Billy Cordon, MD2, Pura Rodriguez de la Vega, MPH1, Grettel Castro, MPH1, Juan Zevallos, MD1, Alan Nieder, MD2
1Florida International University Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine, 2Columbia University Division of Urology, Mount Sinai Medical Center, Florida
18
Wed
Poster #15

URINARY EXOSOME TEST AND MP-MRI FOR PROSTATE CANCER SCREENING: A SINGLE INSTITUTION EXPERIENCE


Adam Nolte, George Wayne, Juan Cedeno, Elizabeth Nagoda, Alejandra Perez, Diana Lopategui, Jorge Pereira, Akshay Bhandari, Alan Nieder
Mount Sinai Medical Center, Miami Beach, FL
18
Wed
Poster #16

Transperineal versus Transrectal Ultrasound-Guided Systematic Biopsy: Understanding the True Costs Utilizing Time-Driven Activity-Based Costing


Aaron Laviana1, Eliza Cricco-Lizza2, Michael Gross2, Michael Tzeng2, Michael Gorin3, Timothy McClure4, Jim Hu2
1Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Department of Urology, Nashville, TN, 2Weill-Cornell Medical College, Department of Urology, New York, New York, 3Johns Hopkins University, Department of Urology, Baltimore, MD, 4Weill-Cornell Medical College, Department of Urology and Radiology, New York, New York
Concurrent Session 4 of 5  
18
Wed
3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Nephrolithiasis Poster Session
Location: Chambers II&IV
Moderators:
Andrew M. Harris, MD
Lexington, KY


Kenneth Ogan, MD
Atlanta, GA
18
Wed
Poster #17

THE CONTRIBUTION OF ASCORBIC ACID TO URINARY OXALATE IN A MOUSE MODEL


Zachary Burns1, Carter Boyd1, Nikhi Singh1, Dean Assimos2, Kyle Wood2
1University of Alabama at Birmingham Medical School, 2University of Alabama at Birmingham, Department of Urology
18
Wed
Poster #18

THE CONTRIBUTION OF ASCORBIC ACID TO URINARY OXALATE IN HUMANS


Zachary Burns1, William Poore1, Carter Boyd1, Dean Assimos2, Kyle Wood2
1University of Alabama at Birmingham Medical School, 2University of Alabama at Birmingham Department of Urology
18
Wed
Poster #19

ASSOCIATION OF CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE STAGE WITH 24-HOUR URINE VALUES AMONG PATIENTS WITH NEPHROLITHIASIS


Wilson Sui, MD1, Joshua K. Calvert, MD1, Nicholas L. Kavoussi, MD1, Cosmin A. Bejan, PhD2, Ryan S. Hsi, MD1
1Department of Urology, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, 2Department of Biostatistics, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
18
Wed
Poster #20

URINARY CITRATE WASTING ASSOCIATES WITH OBESITY AND DIABETES MELLITUS AMONG NEPHROLITHIASIS PATIENTS 


Wilson Sui, MD1, Joshua K. Calvert, MD1, Nicholas L. Kavoussi, MD1, Cosmin A. Bejan, PhD2, Ryan S. Hsi, MD1
1Department of Urology, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, 2Department of Biostatistics, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
18
Wed
Poster #21

ABDOMEN-ONLY CT FOR ASYMPTOMATIC UROLITHIASIS FOLLOW-UP IS SAFE, CHEAPER AND AS EFFECTIVE AS CT ABDOMEN/PELVIS


Michael Fritz, BS1, Andres Ayoob, MD2, Jie Zhang, PhD2, John Roger Bell, MD3
1University of Kentucky, College of Medicine, 2University of Kentucky, Department of Radiology, 3University of Kentucky, Department of Urology
18
Wed
Poster #22

HUMAN VS MACHINE: COMPARISON OF MANUAL VERSUS AUTOMATED SOFTWARE CT MEASUREMENTS OF STONE PHANTOMS


Andrew Harris, MD, Morgan Cash, Leslie Peard, MD, Issa Mohammed, MD, James Lee, MD, Jason Bylund, MD, Amul Bhalodi, MD, John Bell, MD
University of Kentucky
18
Wed
Poster #23

BENCHTOP ASSESSMENT OF A NEW SINGLE-USE FLEXIBLE URETEROSCOPE


Russell Terry, MD, Patrick Whelan, MD, Robert Qi, MD, Glenn Preminger, MD, Michael Lipkin, MD, MBA
Division of Urology, Duke University Medical Center
18
Wed
Poster #24

COST BENEFITS OF DISPOSABLE VS. REUSABLE URETEROSCOPES AT A TERTIARY REFERRAL TEACHING INSTITUTION


Katie Flower, Stephen Savage
Medical University of South Carolina
18
Wed
Poster #25

THE DIFFERENCE IN TRIPLE-D SCORES USING AXIAL AND CORONAL STONE DENSITIES FOR PREDICTING SUCCESS OF SHOCKWAVE LITHOTRIPSY


Omar Dawood1, Eric Wendel, MD2, Bryan Savage3, Juan Jiminez, MD2, Michael Maddox, MD2
1Southern Illinois University, 2Ochsner Medical Center, 3University of Queensland
18
Wed
Poster #26

ASSESSING SURGERY COUNSELING IN PATIENTS WITH NEPHROLITHIASIS


Anand Prabhu, Amul Bhalodi, MD, John Roger Bell, MD, Jason Bylund, MD, Andrew Harris, MD
University of Kentucky
18
Wed
Poster #27

IMPLEMENTATION OF A PATIENT ALGORITHM TO REDUCE CT UTILIZATION VIA ULTRASONOGRAPHY IN THE ER SETTING


Sam Fisher, Matthew Sorensen, Oliver Benton, Nilay Patel, James Bienvenu, John Lacy, Wesley White, Ryan Pickens
University of Tennesee Medical Center, Knoxville, TN
18
Wed
Poster #28

FACTORS AFFECTING OUTCOMES FOLLOWING MINI-PERCUTANEOUS NEPHROLITHOTOMY FOR LARGE INTRA-RENAL STONES


Ilan Klein, Rahul Dutta, Marc Colaco, Jorge Gutierrez-Aceves
Wake Forest School of Medicine
18
Wed
Poster #29

OPIOID USE IN PATIENTS WITH CYSTINURIA


Nikhi Singh1, William Poore1, Zachary Burns1, Dean Assimos2, Kyle Wood2
1University of Alabama at Birmingham, School of Medicine, 2University of Alabama at Birmingham, Department of Urology
18
Wed
Poster #30

IN VIVO ASSESSMENT OF HO:YAG LASER HEAT PRODUCTION DURING URETEROSCOPY


Russell Terry, MD1, Kohldon Boydston, MD1, Evan Carlos, MD1, Brent Winship, MD, Patrick Whelan, MD1, Derek Ho, Ph.D2, Pei Zhong, Ph.D2, Glenn Preminger, MD1, Michael Lipkin, MD, MBA1
1Division of Urology, Duke University, 2Pratt School of Engineering, Duke University
18
Wed
Poster #31

USE OF OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY TO ASSESS THE IMPACT OF PULSE MODULATION ON HOLMIUM:YAG LASER-INDUCED URETERAL INJURY


Robert Qi, MD1, Derek Ho, PhD2, Russell Terry, MD1, Patrick Whelan, MD1, Glenn Preminger, MD1, Pei Zhong, PhD2, Michael Lipkin, MD, MBA1
1Division of Urology, Duke University Medical Center, 2Pratt School of Engineering, Duke University
18
Wed
Poster #32

LONGTERM HEALTH SURVEY OF PEDIATRIC IDIOPATHIC STONEFORMERS


Carter Boyd1, Nikhi Singh1, Elena Gibson1, Dustin Whitaker1, Pankaj Dangle, MD2
1University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine, 2Department of Urology, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Concurrent Session 5 of 5  
18
Wed
4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Video Session I
Location: Orpheum Room
Moderators:
John M. Lacy, MD
Knoxville, TN


Maxim J. McKibben, MD
Charlotte, NC
18
Wed
Video #1

INSTITUTIONAL APPROACH TO ROBOTIC ASSISTED LAPAROSCOPIC RETROPERITONEAL LYMPH NODE DISSECTION


Jesse Jacobs, MD, Pauline Filippou, MD, Benjamin McCormick, MD, Gopal Narang, MD, Ray Tan, MD, Marc Bjurlin, DO
University of North Carolina, Department of Urology
18
Wed
Video #2

Percutaneous Removal of Upper Tract Urothelial Tumors 


Alice Wang, MD, Wilson Sui, MD, Matthew Resnick, MD, Ryan Hsi, MD
Vanderbilt University
18
Wed
Video #3

ROBOTIC ASSISTED RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY WITH MINIMAL APICAL DISSECTION AND LATERAL PROSTATIC FASCIA PRESERVATION: AN EVOLUTION OF OUR CONVENTIONAL TECHNIQUE


Marcio Covas Moschovas, Urology, Seetharam Bhat, Urology, Fikret Onol, Urology, Travis Rogers, Urology, Vipul Patel, Urology
AdventHealth Global Robotics Institute
18
Wed
Video #4

DA VINCI SP RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY: STEP-BY-STEP TECHNIQUE


Marcio Covas Moschovas, Urology, Seetharam Bhat, Urology, Travis Rogers, Urology, Fikret Onol, Urology, Shannon Roof, Urology, Anamaria Parus, Urology, Vipul Patel, Urology
AdventHealth Global Robotics Institute
18
Wed
Video #5

ROBOTIC DISTAL URETERECTOMY WITH URETERO-ENTERIC REIMPLANT


Eric Riedinger1, Kevin Reed2, Wesley White2
1University of Tennessee Medical Center , Knoxville, TN, USA, 2University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville, TN, USA
18
Wed
Video #6

Simultaneous Thoracic and Abdominal Robotic Technique for Level IV Caval Thrombectomy


Amanda C. Threlkeld, MD1, Matthew Watson, DO1, Nathan Jung, MD2, Mattew Barker, MD3, Larry Shears, MD3, Amar Singh, MD1
1University of Tennessee College of Medicine, Chattanooga, TN, 2Virginia Mason Medical Center, Seattle, WA, 3Erlanger Health Systems, Chattanooga, TN
Concurrent Sessions End  
OVERVIEW  
19
Thu
6:00 a.m.-5:20 p.m.
Registration/Information Desk Open
Location: Roosevelt Pre-Function
19
Thu
6:00 a.m.-5:20 p.m.
Speaker Ready Room Hours
Location: Napoleon Room
19
Thu
7:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m.
Spouse/Guest Hospitality Suite Open
Location: Conti Room
19
Thu
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Exhibit Hall Open
Location: Roosevelt Ballroom
19
Thu
6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
Welcome Reception
Location: Roosevelt Ballroom
Concurrent Sessions Begin  
Concurrent Session 1 of 4  
19
Thu
7:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
Health Services Research Poster Session
Location: Chambers I&III
Moderators:
Akanksha Mehta, MD, MS
Atlanta, GA


To Be Determined
19
Thu
Poster #33

DO THE AUA GUIDELINES FOCUSING ON SMALL RENAL MASSES PERMEATE INTO PRACTICE? IDENTIFYING AN OPPORTUNITY FOR IMPROVEMENT IN PATIENT EDUCATION AND RENAL BIOPSY PERFORMANCE

 


Patrick Probst, Department of Urology, Howard Hasen, Department of Urology, Christopher Ledbetter, Department of Urology, Robert Wake, Department of Urology, Anthony Patterson, Department of Urology
University of Tennessee Health Science Center - Memphis, TN
19
Thu
Poster #34

INITIAL EVALUATION OF CLINICAL OUTCOMES BEFORE AND AFTER IMPLEMENTATION OF AN ENHANCED RECOVERY CLINICAL CARE PATHWAY FOR RENAL SURGERY


Blair Townsend, MD, MBA1, William Worrilow, BA1, Myra Robinson, MSPH2, Hamza Beano, MD1, Blair Parker, CNL1, Halie Cartner, CNL1, Katherine Whitton, NP1, Jaclyn Mieczcowski, NP1, Carol Haskin, PA1, Lauren Childs, PA1, Ornob Roy, MD1, Kris Gaston, MD1, Peter Clark, MD1, Stephen Riggs, MD1
1Department of Urology, Levine Cancer Institute/Atrium Health, Charlotte, NC, 2Department of Cancer Biostatistics, Levine Cancer Institute/Atrium Health, Charlotte, NC
19
Thu
Poster #35

POST OPERATIVE PAIN SCORES AND TIME TO RETURN OF BOWEL FUNCTION AFTER IMPLEMENTATION OF AN ENHANCED RECOVERY CLINICAL CARE PATHWAY FOR RENAL SURGERY


William Worrilow, BA1, Blair Townsend, MD, MBA1, Myra Robinson, MSPH2, Hamza Beano, MD1, Blair Parker, CNL1, Halie Cartner, CNL1, Katherine Whitton, NP1, Carol Haskin, PA1, Jaclyn Mieczcowski, NP1, Lauren Childs, PA1, Peter Clark, MD1, Ornob Roy, MD1, Kris Gaston, MD1, Stephen Riggs, MD1
1Department of Urology, Levine Cancer Institute/Atrium Health, Charlotte, NC, 2Department of Cancer Biostatistics, Levine Cancer Institute/Atrium Health, Charlotte, NC
19
Thu
Poster #36

SPECTRUM BIAS IN THE EVALUATION OF HEMATURIA: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW


Christopher Wallis, MD, PhD1, Rashid Sayyid, MD, MSc2, Roni Manyevitch, BS3, Nathan Perlis, MD, MSc4, Vinata Lokeshwar, PhD5, Neil Fleshner, MD, MPH4, Martha Terris, MD2, Matthew Nielsen, MD, MS6, Zachary Klaassen, MD, MSc2
1Department of Urologic Surgery, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN, 2Section of Urology, Department of Surgery, Medical College of Georgia-Augusta University, Augusta, GA, 3School of Medicine, St. George’s University, University Centre Grenada, West Indies, Grenada, 4Division of Urology, Department of Surgery, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada, 5Georgia Cancer Center, Augusta, GA, 6University of North Carolina Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, Chapel Hill, NC
19
Thu
Poster #37

THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PHYSCIAN TRUST AND DESIRE FOR SMOKING CESSATION: IMPLICATIONS FOR MOTIVATIONAL INTERVIEWING 


John Benton1, Atul Lodh1, Archibald Watson1, Martha Tingen, PhD2, Martha Terris, MD3, Christopher Wallis, MD, PhD4, Zachary Klaassen, MD, MSc3
1School of Medicine, Medical College of Georgia-Augusta University, Augusta, GA, 2Georgia Prevention Institute, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA, 3Section of Urology, Department of Surgery, Medical College of Georgia-Augusta University, Augusta, GA, 4Department of Surgery, Division of Urology, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
19
Thu
Poster #38

LONG TERM PATTERNS OF COST AND UTILIZATION OF MEDICARE BENIFICIARIES WITH BLADDER CANCER


Ankeet Shah1, Frank Sloan2, Arseniy Yashkin3, Igor Akushevich3, Brant Inman1
1Duke University Division of Urology, 2Duke University Department of Economics, 3Duke University Social Science Research Institute
19
Thu
Poster #39

Prolonged Length of Stay (LOS) after Robotic Radical Prostatectomy (RRP): What Preoperative Factors Influence LOS? 


Ethan Matz, Ashok Hemal, Tim Craven, Ram Pathak
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
19
Thu
Poster #40

OPEN VERSUS MINIMALLY-INVASIVE SURGICAL TECHNIQUES IN PEDIATRIC RENAL TUMORS: A POPULATION-LEVEL ANALYSIS


Kirsten L. Simmons, Student/Trainee1, Jason C. Chandrapal, MD2, Steven Wolf, MS3, Henry E. Rice, MD4, Elisabeth E. Tracy, MD4, Tamara Fitzgerald, MD, PhD4, Gina-Maria Pomann, PhD3, Jonathan C. Routh, MD, MPH2
1Duke University School of Medicine, 2Division of Urologic Surgery, Duke University School of Medicine, 3Department of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, Duke University School of Medicine, 4Division of Pediatric Surgery, Duke University School of Medicine
19
Thu
Poster #41

NATIONWIDE TRENDS FOR INTERHOSPITAL TRANSFERS FOR UROLOGIC CONDITIONS FROM 2011-2017


Vi Tran, MD, Amber Bettis, MA, Alexandria Corbeau, MA, Andrew Harris, MD
University of Kentucky
19
Thu
Poster #42

SOCIOECONOMIC FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH PATIENT NO SHOWS IN THE AMBULATORY UROLOGY CLINIC.


Angela Massey, Daniel Norez, Sabine Nguyen, Mark Bandyk, Hariharan Ganapathi, Marino Robert, Koochekpour Shahriar, Costa Joseph, Balaji KC
Dept of Urology UF-Jacksonville
19
Thu
Poster #43

AN INSTITUTIONAL ASSESSMENT OF TURNOVER TIME IN UROLOGY CASES


Nourhan Ismaeel, KC Biebighauser Bens, Dattatraya Patil, Kenneth Ogan, Christopher Filson, Akanksha Mehta, Aaron Lay
Emory University
19
Thu
Poster #44

ASSESSING HEALTH LITERACY IN PATIENTS WITH NEPHROLITHIASIS


Anand Prabhu1, Amul Bhalodi, MD1, John Roger Bell, MD2, Jason Bylund, MD2, Andrew Harris, MD1
1University of Kentucky, 2UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
19
Thu
Poster #45

Should we rely on YouTube to augment dissemination of information regarding surgical procedures?


Parth Thakker, Robert Wilson, Ram Pathak
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
19
Thu
Poster #46

ADMISSIONS FOR RADIATION CYSTITIS ARE INCREASING AMONG CANCER SURVIVORS IN THE UNITED STATES: ANALYSIS OF THE HEALTH CARE COST AND UTILIZATION PROJECT


William Boysen, MD, Brian Inouye, MD, Andrew Peterson, MD
Duke University Medical Center
19
Thu
Poster #47

OUTCOMES OF PRIMARY AND REVISION ARTIFICIAL URINARY SPHINCTER (AUS) BY EITHER TRANSCORPORAL OR BULBAR URETHRAL CUFF PLACEMENT


Tad Manalo, BS1, George Ghareeb, MD, MBA1, Nelson Nwannunu, BS, MS2, Dattatraya Patil, MBBS, MPH1, Kenneth Carney, MD, PharmD1, Niall Galloway, MD1, Lindsey Hartsell, MD1
1Emory University School of Medicine, Department of Urology, Atlanta, GA, 2SUNY Downstate Health Sciences, Brooklyn, NY
19
Thu
Poster #48

EVALUATION OF FACTORS & POSTOPERATIVE MORBIDITY ASSOCIATED WITH EARLY VERSUS LATE DISCHARGE FOLLOWING ARTIFICIAL URINARY SPHINCTER (AUS) SURGERY IN MALES IN THE UNITED STATES


Hoang Minh Tue Nguyen1, Igor Voznesensky1, Mahmoud Khalil2, Mohamed Kamel2, Naleen Raj Bhandari3, Nalin Payakachat3, Rodney Davis4, Bruno Machado4, Wayne J. G. Hellstrom1, Omer Raheem1, Cooper Benson1
1Department of Urology, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, 2Department of Urology, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, Arkansas, 3Division of Pharmaceutical Evaluation and Policy, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, Arkansas, 4Department of Urology, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, Arkansa
Concurrent Session 2 of 4  
19
Thu
7:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
Prostate Cancer Podium Session
Location: Crescent City Ballroom
Moderators:
Mark Gonzalgo, MD, PhD
Miami, FL


Rabii Madi, MD, MBA, FACS
Augusta, GA
19
Thu
7:00 a.m. #23

IMPACT OF EXPOSURE TO α1-ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS ON PROSTATE CANCER INCIDENCE IN VETERANS


Jeff Goodwin, MD1, David Preston, MD2,1, Pedro Vera, PhD2,3
1University of Kentucky Department of Urology, 2Department of Veteran's Affairs, 3University Of Kentucky
19
Thu
7:07 a.m. #24

PUERTO RICAN MEN WITH NEWLY DIAGNOSED PROSTATE CANCER EXHIBIT A HIGH PREVALENCE OF HYPOGONADISM


Fernando Arroyo, MD, Ricardo Sanchez-Ortiz, MD
Robotic Urology and Oncology Institute and Division of Urology, University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine
19
Thu
7:14 a.m. #25

MRI-TARGETED, SYSTEMATIC, OR COMBINED BIOPSY FOR PROSTATE CANCER DIAGNOSIS


Michael Ahdoot1, Andrew Wilbur2, Sarah Reese3, Amir Lebastchi1, Sherif Mehralivand4, Patrick Gomella1, Sandeep Gurram1, Paul Pinsky5, Howard Parnes5, W. Marston Linehan6, Maria Merino7, Peter Choyke8, Joanna Shih8, Baris Turkbey9, Bradford Wood10, Peter Pinto11
1National Cancer Institute, Urologic Oncology Branch, 2Georgetown School of Medicine, 3National Institutes of Health, 4Molecular Imaging Program, Center for Cancer Research, National Institute of Health, 5Division of Cancer Prevention, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, 6Urologic Oncology Branch, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health,, 7Translational Surgical Pathology Section, Center for Cancer Research, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, 8Biometric Research Program, Division of Cancer Treatment and Diagnosis, National Cancer Institute, National Institute of Health, 9Molecular Imaging Program, Center for Cancer Research, National Institute of Health, Bethesda, 10Radiology and Imaging Sciences,National Institute of Health, Bethesda, 11Urologic Oncology Branch, National Cancer Institute
19
Thu
7:21 a.m. #26

WHEN CAN WE SKIP SYSTEMATIC PROSTATE BIOPSIES? 


Andrew Wilbur1, Michael Ahdoot2, Amir Lebastchi2, Sherif Mehralivand3, Patrick Gomella2, Baris Turkbey4, Bradford Wood5, Peter Pinto6
1Georgetown School of Medicine, 2National Institute of Health, 3National Institue of Health, 4Molecular Imaging Program, National Cancer Institute, 5Center for Interventional Oncology NIH Clinical Center, 6Urologic Oncology Branch Head, Prostate Cancer Section
19
Thu
7:28 a.m. #27

GENOMIC HETEROGENEITY IN TISSUE-BASED PROGNOSTIC SIGNATURES FROM PROSTATE BIOPSIES; RESULTS FROM TWO PROSPECTIVE TRIALS


Nachiketh Soodana-Prakash, MBBS MS1, Venkatasai S Atluri, MD1, Radkha Stoyanova, PhD2, Jessica Carrion, MSN APRN-FNP1, Chad R Ritch, MD MBA1, Bruno Nahar, MD1, Mark L Gonzalgo, MD PhD1, Bruce Kava, MD1, Dipen J Parekh, MD MHA1, Alan Pollack, MD2, Sanoj Punnen, MD MAS1
1Department of Urology , University of Miami , Florida, 2Department of Radiation Oncology , University of Miami , Florida
19
Thu
7:35 a.m. #28

WHOLE TRANSCRIPTOME RNA INTERROGATION OF POST-DRE URINE TO ENHANCE PROSTATE CANCER DETECTION


Dattatraya Patil, Urology, Eugene Huang, Biostatistics, Kathryn Pellegrini, Genomics Core, Almira Catic, Urology, Kristen Douglas, Urology, Sierra Williams, Urology, Bill Zheng, Urology, Martin Sanda, Urology, Carlos Moreno, Pathology; Bioinformatics
Emory University
19
Thu
7:42 a.m. #29

CHOICE OF RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY VERSUS RADIATION THERAPY FOR ACTIVE SURVEILLANCE PATIENTS: RESULTS FROM THE SEER ACTIVE SURVEILLANCE/WATCHFUL WAITING DATABASE


Rashid Sayyid, MD, MSc1, John Benton, BS2, Atul Lodh, BS2, Katherine Miller, MD1, Hanan Goldberg, MD3, Martha Terris, MD1, Christopher Wallis, MD, PhD4, Zachary Klaassen, MD, MSc1
1Section of Urology, Department of Surgery, Medical College of Georgia-Augusta University, Augusta, GA, 2School of Medicine, Medical College of Georgia-Augusta University, Augusta, GA, 3Department of Urology, Upstate University Hospital, Syracuse, NY, 4Department of Urologic Surgery, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN
19
Thu
7:49 a.m. #30

ROBOTIC-ASSISTED LAPAROSCOPIC PROSTATECTOMY WITH MINIMAL APICAL DISSECTION AND LATERAL PROSTATIC FASCIA PRESERVATION IMPROVES EARLY POSTOPERATIVE FUNCTIONAL RECOVERY


Fikret Onol, Marcio Moschovas, Seetharam Bhat, Travis Rogers, Shannon Roof, Vipul Patel
AdventHealth Global Robotics Institute, Celebration, FL
19
Thu
7:56 a.m. #31

COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS  OF OUTCOMES FOLLOWING ROBOT-ASSISTED LAPAROSCOPIC PROSTATECTOMY (RALP)OUTCOMES BEFORE AND AFTER THE USPSTF RECOMMENDATION IN 2012 ON PSA SCREENING.


Seetharam Bhat Bhat, Fellow, Fikret Onol, Fellow, Marcio Moschovas, Fellow, Travis Rogers, Fellow, Cathy Jenson, Fellow, Vipul Patel, Fellow
Global robotics institute
19
Thu
8:03 a.m. #32

A PREDICTIVE PRE AND POST-OPERATIVE NOMOGRAM FOR POST-OPERATIVE POTENCY RECOVERY


Seetharam Bhat Kulthe Ramesh, Fellow, Fikret Onol, Fellow, Marcio Moschovas, Fellow, Travis Rogers, Fellow, Cathy Jenson, Coordinator, Marco Sandri, Statistician, Vipul Patel, Director
Global robotics institute
19
Thu
8:10 a.m. #33

RADIOTHERAPY AFTER RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY:

EFFECT OF TIMING OF POST-PROSTATECTOMY RADIATION ON FUNCTIONAL OUTCOMES


Heather Huelster, MD1, Aaron Laviana, MD1, Tatsuki Koyama, PhD1, Zhiguo Zhao, PhD1, Li-Ching Huang, PhD1, Karen Hoffman, MD, MHSc2, Ralph Conwill, BS3, David Penson, MD, MPH1, Daniel Barocas, MD, MPH1
1Vanderbilt University Medical Center, 2University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, 3Vanderbilt Ingram Cancer Center
19
Thu
8:17 a.m. #34

The role of BMI on Hospital Readmission after Robotic-assisted Laparoscopic Prostatectomy (RALP) 


Ethan Matz1, Ashok Hemal1, Tim Craven1, Catherine Robey2, Ram Pathak1
1Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, 2Wake Forest School of Medicine
Concurrent Session 3 of 4  
19
Thu
7:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
Voiding Dysfunction and Reconstructive Surgery Podium Session
Location: Waldorf Astoria Ballroom
Moderators:
Kristy McKiernan Borawski, MD
Chapel Hill, NC


To Be Determined
19
Thu
7:00 a.m. #35

MICRORNA AND MRNA EXPRESSION PROFILES DIFFERENTIATE INTERSTITIAL CYSTITIS/BLADDER PAIN SYNDROME PATIENT SUBGROUPS BASED ON ANESTHETIC BLADDER CAPACITY AND HUNNERS LESION


Tyler Overholt, MD1, Robert Evans, MD2, Catherine Matthews, MD2, Gopal Badlani, MD2, Trang Simon, BS3, Olivia Cain, Stephen Walker, PhD4
1Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center Department of Urology, 2Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center Department of Urology, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, 3Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, 4Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center Department of Urology, Wake Forest Medical Center Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine
19
Thu
7:07 a.m. #36

SEVERITY OF LOWER URINARY TRACT SYMPTOMS ASSOCIATED WITH DIABETES DURATION


Aman Bali, BA1, Leah Davis, MS2,3, Charles Scales, MD MSHS FACS2,4
1Duke University School of Medicine, 2Division of Urologic Surgery, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, 3Duke Cancer Center Biostatistics, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, 4Duke Clinical Research Institute, Durham, NC
19
Thu
7:14 a.m. #37

CONGENITAL UROLOGY IN ADULTHOOD: A SINGLE-INSTITUTION EXPERIENCE OF 128 PATIENTS


Charlotte Wu1,2, Madeline Cancian1, Edwin Smith1,2, Lindsey Hartsell1, K. Jeff Carney1, Niall Galloway1
1Emory University School of Medicine, 2Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
19
Thu
7:21 a.m. #38

IMPACT OF RACE AND IN-HOSPITAL OUTCOMES IN INDIVIDUALS WITH SPINA BIFIDA FOLLOWING INPATIENT UROLOGIC SURGERY


Jason Chandrapal1, Kirsten Simmons1, Steven Wolfe2, Gina-Maria Pomann2, Todd Purves1, John Wiener1, Jonathon Routh1
1Division of Urologic Surgery, Duke University School of Medicine, Durham NC, 2Department of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, Duke University School of Medicine, Durham, NC
19
Thu
7:28 a.m. #39

Initial experience with developing a gender affirming surgery program in Kentucky


Margaret Higgins, MD1, Shubham Gupta, MD2
1University of Kentucky, Dept. Urology, Lexington, KY, 2Case Western Reserve University, Dept. Urology, Cleveland, OH
19
Thu
7:35 a.m. #40

ASSOCIATION BETWEEN GAIT AND PELVIC FLOOR SYMPTOMS: A PILOT STUDY


Kevin Morgan, M.D.1, Erin McCallister, P.T., D.P.T2, Daniel Flowers, P.T., D.P.T.2, Amanda Mahoney, P.T., D.P.T.2, Travis Wilmore3, Clifton Frilot II, Ph.D.2, Alex Gomelsky, M.D.1
1LSU Health Shreveport Department of Urology, 2LSU Health Shreveport School of Allied Health Professions, 3LSU Health Shreveport School of Medicine
19
Thu
7:42 a.m. #41

CORRELATION OF URODYNAMIC PARAMETERS WITH POST-OPERATIVE URINARY RETENTION AFTER ADVANCE SLING PLACEMENT FOR STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE 


Yu Zheng1, Nicholas Major1, Hailey Silverii1, Goran Rac1, Caitlin Lim1, Rames Ross2, Lindsey Cox1, Eric Rovner1
1MUSC Dept of Urology, 2MUSC Dept Of Urology
19
Thu
7:49 a.m. #42

Artificial Urinary Sphincter Insertion in the Era of Antibiotic Stewardship: Are Postoperative Antibiotics Necessary?


Benjamin Dropkin, MD1, Leah Chisholm, BA2, Jeremiah Dallmer, BS2, Niels Johnsen, MD1, Roger Dmochowski, MD1, Doug Milam, MD1, Melissa Kaufman, MD, PhD1
1Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Department of Urology, Nashville, TN, 2Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, TN
19
Thu
7:56 a.m. #43

INCREASING COMORBIDITY AND FRAILTY DO NOT IMPACT POSTOPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS AMONG MEN UNDERGOING ARTIFICIAL URINARY SPHINCTER IMPLANTATION


Brian Inouye, Stephanie Sexton, William Boysen, Urzsula Kowalik, Tracy Truong, Maragatha Kuchibhatla, Drew Peterson
Duke University
19
Thu
8:03 a.m. #44

A NOVEL SACRAL NEUROMODULATION INFECTION PROTOCOL IS ASSOCIATED WITH REDUCTION IN DEVICE INFECTION


Hayden Hill, MD1, Thomas Dukovac, MD1, Amy Long2, James Conner3, Colin Goudelocke, MD1
1Ochsner Clinic, New Orleans, LA, 2University of Tennessee- Chattanooga, Chattanooga, TN, 3DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine, Harrogate, TN
19
Thu
8:10 a.m. #45

REDUCING POSTOPERATIVE PAIN AFTER URETHROPLASTY: IS RECTAL GRAFT A VIABLE OPTION?


Samantha Nealon, MD1, Tej Desai, MS42, Kevin Heinsimer1, Lucas Wiegand1
1University of South Florida, 2Nova Southeastern College of Osteopathic Medicine
19
Thu
8:17 a.m. #46

DELAYED PRIMARY CLOSURE OF FOURNIER'S GANGRENE: OUR 5-YEAR EXPERIENCE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO 


Ramphis Morales-López, MD1, Esteban Tresgallo-Pares1, Jose Saavedra-Belaunde, MD2, Timoteo Torres-Santiago, MD2, Antonio Puras-Baez, MD2
1Urology Section, University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, PR, 2Urology Section, University of Puerto Rico
Concurrent Session 4 of 4  
19
Thu
7:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
Kidney Cancer Poster Session
Location: Chambers II&IV
Moderators:
James M. Bienvenu, MD
Knoxville, TN


Chadwick Paul Huckabay, MD
Madison, MS
19
Thu
Poster #49

IDENTIFICATION OF A NOVEL STEM-LIKE CD4 T CELL IN KIDNEY CANCER 


Maria Cardenas, Caroline Jansen, Nataliya Prokhnevska, Viraj Master, M.D., Haydn Kissick, Ph.D
Department of Urology, Emory University School of Medicine
19
Thu
Poster #50

NOVEL PLASMA GLYCOPROTEIN BIOMARKERS PREDICT PROGRESSION FREE SURVIVAL (PFS) IN CLEAR CELL RENAL CELL CARCINOMA (ccRCC)


Daniela Haehn, MD1, Amanda Myers, MD1, Daniel Serie2, Essa Bajalia3, Giovanni Gonzalez, MD3, Maurice Yu Wong4, Ling Shen4, Kaitlyn Mosser4, Alex Parker, PhD5, David Thiel, MD3
1Department of Urology, Mayo Clinic FL, 2Biosciences Corporation, 3Department of Urology, Mayo Clinic, FL, 4Venn Biosciences Corporation, 5Shands University of Florida at Jacksonville
19
Thu
Poster #51

MIRNA OF EXOSOMES IN CLEAR CELL RENAL CELL CARCINOMA DEMONSTRATES POTENTIAL BIOMARKERS BETWEEN AGGRESSIVE AND INDOLENT DISEASE


Joshua Pincus1, Hogyoung Kim, PhD2, Jacob Greenberg1, Asim B. Abdel-Mageed, DVM, PhD2,3,4, Louis S. Krane, MD2
1Tulane University School of Medicine, 2Tulane University School of Medicine, Department of Urology, 3Department of Pharmacology, 4Tulane Cancer Center
19
Thu
Poster #52

CORRELATION OF TOPOISOMERASE II (TOPO-II) EXPRESSION LEVELS WITH CLEAR CELL RENAL CELL CARCINOMA (ccRCC) SIZE AND STAGING


Daniela Haehn, MD1, Amanda Kahn1, Amanda Myers, MD2, Madison Parker3, Collen Ball4, Kevin Wu, MD5, David Thiel, MD3
1Department of Urology, Mayo Clinic FL, 2Department of Urology, Mayo Clinic FL, 3Department of Urology, Mayo Clinic, FL, 4Division of Biomedical Statistics and Informatics, Mayo Clinic, FL, 5Department of Pathology, Mayo Clinic, FL
19
Thu
Poster #53

MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF BETA-DEFENSIN 1 LOSS IN RCC


Tad Manalo, BS1, Natalie DeMars2, Alexa Dantzler, BS1, Haydn Kissick, PhD1, Carey Jansen, BS1, Viraj Master, MD, PhD1, John Pattaras, MD1, Kenneth Ogan, MD1, Rebecca Arnold, PhD1, John Petros, MD1
1Emory School of Medicine, Department of Urology, Atlanta, GA, 2Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, FL
19
Thu
Poster #54

OVERALL SURVIVAL OF BIOPSY CONFIRMED T(ONE)B AND T(TWO)A KIDNEY CANCERS MANAGED WITH OBSERVATION: INFLUENCE OF TUMOR HISTOLOGY


Jamie Michael1, Nermarie Velazquez, MD2, Audrey Renson, PhD3, Hung-Jui Tan, MD4, Tracy L. Rose, MD, MPH5, Matt Raynor, MD4, Stella K. Kang, MD6, William C. Huang, MD2, Marc A. Bjurlin, DO, MSc, FACOS4
1UNC School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, 2Dept of Urology, NYU Langone Health, New York City, NY, USA, 3Dept of Population Health, NYU Langone Health, New York City, NY, USA, 4Dept of Urology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, 5Dept of Hematology/Oncology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, 6Dept of Radiology, NYU Langone Health, New York City, NY, USA
19
Thu
Poster #55

EXAMINING THE ROLE OF CONTRAST-ENHANCED RENAL ULTRASOUND IN CHARACTERIZING INDETERMINATE RENAL LESIONS IN THE SETTING OF CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE


Ava Saidian, Department of Urology, Taylor Tucker, Kristin Porter, Department of Radiology, Stephen Leahy, Soroush Rais-Bahrami, Department of Urology
University of Alabama-Birmingham
19
Thu
Poster #56

RENAL MASSES: PATHOLOGIC VARIATION IN THE DIALYSIS AND TRANSPLANT PATIENT POPULATION FOLLOWING LAPAROSCOPIC NEPHRECTOMY


Kevin Parikh, MD1, Amanda Kahn1, Ashley Shumate, MD1, Daniela Haehn, MD1, Essa Bajalia1, Colleen Ball, MS2, David Thiel, MD1
1Mayo Clinic, Department of Urology, Jacksonville, FL, 2Mayo Clinic, Division of Biomedical Statistics and Informatics, Jacksonville, FL
19
Thu
Poster #57

ASSESSMENT OF LAPAROSCOPIC NEPHRECTOMY OUTCOMES IN PATIENTS ON DIALYSIS AND RENAL TRANSPLANT PATIENTS COMPARED TO NORMAL CONTROLS


Kevin Parikh, MD1, Amanda Kahn1, Ashley Shumate, MD1, Daniela Haehn, MD1, Essa Bajalia1, Colleen Ball, MS2, David Thiel, MD1
1Mayo Clinic, Department of Urology, Jacksonville, FL, 2Mayo Clinic, Division of Biomedical Statistics and Informatics, Jacksonville, FL
19
Thu
Poster #58

EFFECT OF 3-DIMENSIONAL, VIRTUAL REALITY MODELS FOR SURGICAL PLANNING OF ROBOTIC-ASSISTED PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY ON SURGICAL OUTCOMES: A RANDOMIZED CLINICAL TRIAL


Eric Riedinger1, Ryan Pickens1, James Bienvenu1, Joseph Shirk2, David Thiel3, Eric Wallen4, Jennifer Linehan5, Ketan Badani6, James Porter7, Wesley White1
1Department of Urology, University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville, TN, USA, 2David Geffen School of Medicine, Department of Urology, University of California, Los Angeles, CA, USA, 3Department of Urology, Mayo Clinic Florida, Jacksonville, FL, USA, 4Chapel Hill School of Medicine, Department of Urology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill,, NC, USA, 5John Wayne Cancer Institute, Providence St John's Health Center, Santa Monica, CA, USA, 6Department of Urology, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, New York, USA, 7Swedish Urology Group, Seattle, Washington, USA
19
Thu
Poster #59

IS THERE A LEARNING CURVE PLATEAU FOR ACHIEVING TRIFECTA AND MINIMIZING OPERATIVE TIME (OT) FOR ROBOTIC-ASSISTED PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY (RAPN)?


Essa Bajalia1, Kevin Parikh1, Daniela Haehn1, Amanda Kahn1, Colleen Ball2, David Thiel1
1Department of Urology, Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL, USA, 2Division of Biomedical Statistics and Informatics, Mayo Clinic
19
Thu
Poster #60

The MAP score can help predict longer operative time in open partial nephrectomy


Katherine Cockerill, Amanda Kahn, Daniella Haehn, Colleen Ball, David Thiel
Mayo Clinic Jacksonville
19
Thu
Poster #61

VALIDATION OF AORTA-LESION-ATTENUATION DIFFERENCE ON PREOPERATIVE CONTRAST-ENHANCED COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SCAN TO DIFFEERENTIATE BETWEEN MALIGNANT AND BENIGN RENAL TUMORS


Joseph Grajo, Jonathan Pavlinec, Laura Magnelli, Padraic O'Malley, Ardalan Ahmad, Li-Ming Su, Paul Crispen
University of Florida
19
Thu
Poster #62

THE AORTIC-LESION-ATTENUATION-DIFFERENCE: EFFECTIVE AT DIFFERENTIATING BETWEEN ONCOCYTIC LESIONS AND CHROMOPHOBE RENAL CELL CARCINOMA ON THREE PHASE CONTRAST-ENHANCED COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY

 


Amanda Kahn, BS1, Steven Lomax, MD1, Colleen Ball, MS2, David Thiel, MD1
1Mayo Clinic Department of Urology, 2Mayo Clinic Division of Biomedical Statistics and Informatics
19
Thu
Poster #63

A COMPARISION OF THE AORTIC-LESION-ATTENUATION-DIFFERENCE (ALAD) AND PEAK EARLY-PHASE ENHANCEMENT RATIO (PEER) TO PREOPERATIVELY DIFFERENTIATE BENIGN FROM MALIGNANT RENAL MASSES

 


Steven Lomax, MD1, Amanda Kahn, BS1, Colleen Ball, MS2, David Thiel, MD1
1Mayo Clinic Department of Urology, 2Mayo Clinic Division of Biostatistics and Informatics
19
Thu
Poster #64

ERECTOR SPINAE PLANE BLOCK AS AN ADJUNCT TO MULTIMODAL ANALGESIA IN KIDNEY SURGERY


Eric Wendel, MD, Kathleen Arias, PhD, Matthew Patterson, MD, Stephen Bardot, MD, Michael Maddox, MD
Ochsner Medical Center
Concurrent Sessions End  
19
Thu
8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
AUA Course of Choice Lecture: 059IC: AUA Guideline 2019: Recurrent Urinary Tract Infection
Guest Speaker:
Jennifer T. Anger, MD, MPH, FPMRS
Beverly Hills, CA
19
Thu
9:30 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.
SESAUA Update
President:
Glenn M. Preminger, MD
Durham, NC
19
Thu
9:45 a.m. - 10:15 a.m.
Break/Visit Exhibits
Location: Roosevelt Ballroom
19
Thu
10:15 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Panel Discussion: Prostate Cancer 2020: Workup and Staging
Moderator:
Dipen J. Parekh, MD
Miami, FL
19
Thu
 
Genetics and Markers
Panelist:
Dipen J. Parekh, MD
Miami, FL
19
Thu
 
Biopsy 2020 (Fusion/Perineal)
Panelist:
Kristen R. Scarpato, MD, MPH, FACS
Nashville, TN
19
Thu
 
Imaging in Prostate Cancer
Panelist:
Christopher Joseph Kane, MD, FACS
San Diego, CA
19
Thu
11:15 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Discussion / Q&A
19
Thu
11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Ballenger Lecture: Retrograde Intrarenal Surgery: What are the Limits
Introducer:
Glenn M. Preminger, MD
Durham, NC
Guest Speaker:
John D. Denstedt, MD
London, ON
19
Thu
12:15 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Industry Sponsored Lunch Symposium
Location: Orpheum Room
Concurrent Sessions Begin  
Concurrent Session 1 of 5  
19
Thu
1:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Endourology Sub-Plenary Session
Location: Crescent City Ballroom
Moderators:
Vincent Gerard Bird, MD
Gainesville, FL


Michael E. Lipkin, MD, MBA
Durham, NC
19
Thu
1:30 p.m. - 2:50 p.m.
Endourology Podium Session
Moderators:
Vincent Gerard Bird, MD
Gainesville, FL


Michael E. Lipkin, MD, MBA
Durham, NC
19
Thu
1:30 p.m. #47

UPDATE ON MEDICAL EXPULSIVE THERAPY FOR URETERAL CALCULI IN ADULTS AND CHILDREN: A HIGHLY SELECTIVE REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS


Rachel Locke, B.S.1, Elizabeth Kwenda, B.S.1, Campbell Grant, M.D.2, Romano DeMarco, M.D.3, Christopher Bayne, M.D.3
1University of Florida, 2Division of Pediatric Urology, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, 3Division of Pediatric Urology, University of Florida
19
Thu
1:37 p.m. #48

USING AN ANIMATED VIDEO TO ENCHANCE PATIENT UNDERSTANDING OF URETEROSCOPY FOR NEPHROLITHIASIS


Anand Prabhu, Amul Bhalodi, MD, John Roger Bell, MD, Jason Bylund, MD, Andrew Harris, MD
University of Kentucky
19
Thu
1:44 p.m. #49

URETEROSCOPY COST ANALYSIS: IMPACT OF TECHNIQUE AND TRAINING ON DISPOSABLE EQUIPMENT COSTS


Kevin Parikh, MD, Amanda Myers, MD, Giovanni Gonzalez, MD, Raymond Pak, MD, MBA
Mayo Clinic, Department of Urology, Jacksonville, FL
19
Thu
1:51 p.m. #50

THE IMPACT OF PULSE LENGTH AND TYPE ON POPCORN LASER LITHOTRIPSY


Russell Terry, MD, Kohldon Boydston, MD, Evan Carlos, MD, Brent Winship, MD, Patrick Whelan, MD, Glenn Preminger, MD, Michael Lipkin, MD, MBA
Division of Urology, Duke University
19
Thu
1:58 p.m. #51

THE IMPACT OF LASER PULSE TYPE ON TEMPERATURE CHANGES DURING URETEROSCOPIC LASER ACTIVATION


Russell Terry, MD1, Brenton Winship, MD1, Kohldon Boydston, MD1, Evan Carlos, MD1, Patrick Whelan, MD1, Derek Ho, PhD2, Pei Zhong, PhD2, Glenn Preminger, MD1, Michael Lipkin, MD, MBA1
1Division of Urology, Duke University Medical Center, 2Pratt School of Engineering, Duke University
19
Thu
2:05 p.m. #52

IMPACT OF STONE HOUNSFIELD UNIT HETEROGENEITY ON OPERATIVE DURATION, LASER ENERGY USAGE, AND NEED FOR SECOND PROCEDURE IN THE URETEROSCOPIC MANAGEMENT OF LARGE STONES


Andrew Harris, MD1,2, John Roger Bell, MD1, Amul Bhalodi, MD1, Jason Bylund, MD, MPH1
1University of Kentucky Medical Center Department of Urology, 2VA Medical Center
19
Thu
2:12 p.m. #53

A COST COMPARITIVE STUDY OF MINI PCNL VERSUS PCNL IN STONES LARGER THAN 1.5 CENTIMETERS


Sam Fisher, Winston Crute, Oliver Benton, Kevin Reed, John Lacy, Wesley White, Ryan Pickens
University of Tennesee Medical Center, Knoxville, TN
19
Thu
2:19 p.m. #54

LARGE-SCALE DATA ACQUISITION FROM THE ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORD TO A SECURE RESEARCH DATABASE FOR NEPHROLITHIASIS: VALIDATION AND CLINICAL APPLICATION


Wilson Sui, MD1, Joshua K. Calvert, MD1, Nicholas L. Kavoussi, MD1, Adam Lewis, MS2, Cosmin A. Bejan, PhD3, Ryan S. Hsi, MD1
1Department of Urology, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, 2Vanderbilt Institute for Clinical and Translational Research, 3Department of Biomedical Informatics, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
19
Thu
2:26 p.m. #55

CAN A SIMPLE PHONE CALL IMPROVE POST-URETEROSCOPY OUTCOMES IN PATIENTS WITH PSYCHIATRIC DISEASE?


Kohldon Boydston, MD, Russell Terry, MD, Patrick Whelan, MD, Brenton Winship, MD, Evan Carlos, MD, Glenn Preminger, MD, Michael Lipkin, MD, MBA
Division of Urology, Duke University Medical Center
19
Thu
2:33 p.m. #56

PERFORMANCE OF ULTRASOUND FOR ASYMPTOMATIC URETERAL STONES AFTER INITIAL SYMPTOMATIC EVENT


Mark Ehlers, Leslie Donnelly Lorbacher, Christine Nikas, Davis P Viprakasit
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
19
Thu
2:40 p.m. - 2:50 p.m.
Q&A
19
Thu
2:50 p.m. - 3:10 p.m.
State-of-the-Art Lecture: Imaging in Stone Disease: What, When, Why?
Speaker:
Michael E. Lipkin, MD, MBA
Durham, NC
19
Thu
3:10 p.m. - 3:40 p.m.
Break/Visit Exhibits
Location: Roosevelt Ballroom
19
Thu
3:40 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Endourology Panel Discussion: New Technologies and Approaches
Moderators:
Dean George Assimos, MD
Birmingham, AL


John D. Denstedt, MD
London, ON
19
Thu
 
Optimizing Use of Imaging Modalities in PCNL: Ultrasound and Fluoroscopy
Panelist:
Ryan S. Hsi, MD
Nashville, TN
19
Thu
 
Update on Laser Technologies for Treatment Urinary Lithiasis
Panelist:
Manish N. Patel, MD
Charlotte, NC
19
Thu
 
Quality and Cost Effectiveness of Single Use Flexible Ureteroscopes for Treatment of Urinary Lithiasis
Panelist:
Aaron Han Qiao Lay, MD
Atlanta, GA
19
Thu
 
What Outcomes Really Matter After Stone Surgery? Looking at the Patient's Perspective
Panelist:
Davis Paul Viprakasit, MD
Chapel Hill, NC
Concurrent Session 2 of 5  
19
Thu
1:45 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Pediatric Sub-Plenary Session I
Location: Orpheum Room
19
Thu
1:45 p.m. - 3:10 p.m.
Pediatric Podium Session
Moderators:
Christopher Bayne, MD
Gainesville, FL


Dana Giel, MD
Germantown, TN
19
Thu
1:45 p.m. #57

ASSESSING CLINICAL OUTCOMES BASED ON PEDIATRIC EXPERIENCE IN PEDIATRIC SURGICAL PATIENTS


Rohit Tejwani, MD1, Jason Chandrapal, MD1, Brian Young, MD1, Steven Wolf, MS2,3, Jonathan Routh, MD, MPH1
1Duke University School of Medicine, 2Duke Cancer Institute, 3Duke University Department of Biostatistics
19
Thu
1:52 p.m. #58

ARE NEGATIVE URINE CULTURES NEEDED PRIOR TO URODYNAMIC STUDIES IN CHILDREN?


Patricia Maymi-Castrodad, Karina Escudero, Marcos Perez-Brayfield
University of Puerto Rico Medical Campus
19
Thu
1:59 p.m. #59

FIVE YEAR EXPERIENCE OF AN EXPERIMENTAL MALE FERTILITY PRESERVATION PROGRAM


Adam Cohen, MD1,2, Nima Pourhabibi Zarandi, MD1, Guillermo Galdon, MD1, Omar Abdelaal, MD1, Banafsheh Nikmehr, PhD1, Kimberly Stogner-Underwood, MD3, Stanley Kogan, MD1,2, Steve Hodges, MD2, Stuart Howards, MD2, Thomas Mclean, MD4, Anthony Atala, MD1,2, Hooman Sadri-Ardekani, MD, PhD1,2
1Wake Forest Institute of Regenerative Medicine, 2Department of Urology, 3Department of Pathology, 4Section of Hematology-Oncology, Department of Pediatrics, Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston Salem, NC
19
Thu
2:06 p.m. #60

PATIENTS WITH DISORDERS OF SEX DEVELOPMENT AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF GONADAL MALIGNANCY - RISK STRATIFICATION AND LONG-TERM OUTCOMES


Jacqueline Morin, MD1, Leslie Peard, MD1, Timothy Vanadurongvan, MD2, Jonathan Walker, MD2, M. Irfan Donmez, MD2, Ali M. Ziada, MD1, Amanda F. Saltzman, MD1
1Department of Urology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, 2Department of Surgery, Division of Urology, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora, CO
19
Thu
2:13 p.m. #61

EXPERIENCE WITH CIRCUMCISION TECHNIQUES IN OLDER CHILDREN PERFORMED UNDER LOCAL ANESTHESIA IN THE OFFICE SETTING


LUIS PEREZ, MD, WINIFRED OWUMI, MD, JUDY MCLENDON, RN, JORGE ROMERO, MA
CHILDREN'S UROLOGY OF THE CAROLINAS, CHARLOTTE, NC
19
Thu
2:20 p.m. #62

USE OF POSTOPERATIVE INCISIONAL PAIN CATHETERS IN CHILDREN


Hiroko Miyagi1, Romano DeMarco1, Christopher Bayne1, Hans Pohl2
1University of Florida, Dept of Urology, Gainesville, FL, 2Children's National, Division of Urology, Washington, D.C.
19
Thu
2:27 p.m. #63

OUTCOMES OF INTERMEDIATE RISK (P2) URINARY TRACT DILATATION IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS


Obafunbi Abimbola, B.A.1, Benjamin Smith, M.D.2, Sherry Ross, M.D.1
1University of North Carolina Department of Urology, 2University of North Carolina Department of Radiology
19
Thu
2:34 p.m. #64

IMMUNE EXPRESSION IN CHILDREN WITH VESICOURETERAL REFLUX: A PILOT STUDY


Ashely W. Johnston, MD, Jonathan C. Routh, MD, MPH, J. Todd Purves, MD, PhD, John S. Wiener, MD, Eda K. Holl, PhD
Duke University
19
Thu
2:41 p.m. #65

 

IT'S A TEAM EFFORT: A LOOK AT THE ROLE OF UROLOGIC CONSULTATION AND FOLLOW-UP IN THE MANAGEMENT OF HIGH-GRADE PEDIATRIC RENAL TRAUMA


Ching Man Carmen Tong, D.O.1, Belinda Li, M.D.1, Amber Greeno2, Harold Lovvorn, M.D.2, Abby Taylor, M.D.1, Stacy Tanaka, M.D.1, John W. Brock III, M.D.1, Mark Adams, M.D.1, John C. Pope IV, M.D.1, John C. Thomas, M.D.1, Douglass B. Clayton, M.D.1
1Division of Pediatric Urology, Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt, Nashville, TN, 2Department of Pediatric Surgery, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN
19
Thu
2:48 p.m. #66

Correlation of Relative Value Units with Surgical Complexity and Physician Workload in Pediatric Urology


Case Wood1, Allison Deal1, Zoe Gan2,1, Solomon Hayon1, Angela Smith1, Hung-Jui Tan1, Raj Pruthi3,1, Sherry Ross1
1University of North Carolina, 2University of Pennsylvania, 3University of California San Francisco
19
Thu
3:10 p.m. - 3:40 p.m.
Break/Visit Exhibits
Location: Roosevelt Ballroom
19
Thu
3:40 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Open Forum: Why We Do the Things We Do
Moderator:
John S. Wiener, MD
Durham, NC
19
Thu
3:40 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Ureteroceles and Ectopic Ureter: Outcomes Based Management
Guest Speaker:
Craig Andrew Peters, MD
Dallas, TX
19
Thu
4:00 p.m. - 4:20 p.m.
Discussion
19
Thu
4:20 p.m. - 4:40 p.m.
Complex Hypospadias
Speaker:
James Michael Elmore, MD
Atlanta, GA
19
Thu
4:40 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Discussion
Concurrent Session 3 of 5  
19
Thu
1:45 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Kidney Cancer/Renal Mass Cancer Sub-Plenary Session
Location: Waldorf Astoria Ballroom
Moderators:
Peter Earl Clark, MD
Charlotte, NC


Viraj A. Master, MD, PhD, FACS
Atlanta, GA
19
Thu
1:45 p.m. - 2:50 p.m.
Kidney Cancer Podium Session
Moderators:
Michael Ferrandino, MD
Durham, NC


Amy N. Luckenbaugh, MD
Nashville, TN
19
Thu
1:45 p.m. #67

THE PEAK EARLY-PHASE ENHANCEMENT RATIO (PEER): EFFECTIVE AT DIFFERNTIATING BETWEEN CHROMOPHOBE RENAL CELL CARCINOMA AND ONCOCYTIC LESIONS ON THREE PHASE CONTRAST-ENHANCED COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY

 


Amanda Kahn, BS1, Steven Lomax, MD1, Colleen Ball, MS2, David Thiel, MD1
1Mayo Clinic Department of Urology, 2Mayo Clinic Division of Biomedical Statistics and Informatics
19
Thu
1:52 p.m. #68

ASSOCIATION BETWEEN NUCLEAR GRADE OF RENAL CELL CARCINOMA AND THE AORTA-LESION-ATTENTUATION DIFFERENCE


Joseph Grajo, Nikhil Batra, Laura Magnelli, Padraic O'Malley, Ardalan Ahmad, Jonathan Pavlinec, Li-Ming Su, Paul Crispen
University of Florida
19
Thu
1:59 p.m. #69

LOW TESTOSTERONE AND FRAILTY PREDICT OVERALL SURVIVAL IN SURGICAL PATIENTS


Fangyi Lin, BS1, Gordon Hong, BS2, Farha Pirani, BA3, Salima Makhani, MS4, Frances Kim, MPH1, Mark Henry, MD1, Ian Cooke, MD1, Reza Nabavizadeh, MD1, Chad W. M. Ritenour, MD1, Mehrdad Alemozaffar, MD1, Viraj A. Master, MD, PhD, FACS1, Kenneth Ogan, MD1
1Department of Urology, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA, USA, 2Northeast Ohio Medical University, Rootstown, OH, USA, 3Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA, USA, 4Mercer University School of Medicine, Macon, GA, USA
19
Thu
2:06 p.m. #70

COMPARISON OF RENAL TUMOR CONTACT SURFACE AREA AND R.E.N.A.L. NEPHROMETRY SCORE IN PREDICTING PERIOPERATIVE OUTCOMES OF ROBOT-ASSISTED PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY 


Michael Rothberg, MD, Liliya Velet, MD, Taylor Peak, MD, Nicholas Deebel, MD, Ashok Hemal, MD
Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC
19
Thu
2:13 p.m. #71

WHAT FACTORS PREDICT PRESERVED RENAL FUNCTION AFTER ROBOTIC-ASSISTED PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY?


Ashley Shumate, MD1, Kevin Parikh, MD1, Ricky Bateh1, Amanda Kahn1, Colleen Ball, MS2, David Thiel, MD1
1Mayo Clinic Department of Urology, 2Mayo Clinic Department of Health Sciences Research
19
Thu
2:20 p.m. #72

SURGICAL RESECTION FOR PANCREATIC METASTASIS OF RENAL CELL CARCINOMA: A SINGLE INSTITUTION 17-YEAR EXPERIENCE


Steven Lomax, MD1, Daniel Cardoso2, Armando Rosales, MD2, David Thiel, MD1, John Stauffer, MD2
1Mayo Clinic Florida, Department of Urology, 2Mayo Clinic Florida, Department of Surgery
19
Thu
2:27 p.m. #73

COMPLICATIONS AND OUTCOMES OF INFERIOR VENA CAVA LIGATION COMPARED TO THROMBECTOMY IN RENAL CELL CARCINOMA PATIENTS: A RETROSPECTIVE, CASE-CONTROLLED STUDY


Lillian Xie, BA1, Gordon Hong, BS2, Dattatraya Patil, MBBS MPH3, Reza Nabavizadeh, MD3, Cecilia G. Ethun, MD4, Kenneth Ogan, MD3, Kenneth Cardona, MD4, Shishir K. Maithel, MD4, Viraj A. Master, MD3
1Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA, 2Northeast Ohio Medical University School of Medicine, Rootstown, OH, 3Emory University School of Medicine, Dept. of Urology, Atlanta, GA, 4Emory University School of Medicine, Division of Surgical Oncology, Dept. of Surgery, Atlanta, GA
19
Thu
2:34 p.m. #74

THE COMBINATION OF SUNITINIB AND KETOCONAZOLE TARGETED AT THE TUMOR MICROENVIRONMENT IMPROVES THE EFFICACY OF ANTICANCER THERAPY


Hogyoung Kim, PhD1, Jacob W. Greenberg1, Pedro C. Barata, MD, MSc2, Asim B. Abdel-Mageed, DVM, PhD1,3,2, Louis S. Krane, MD1
1Tulane University School of Medicine, Dept. of Urology, 2Tulane University Cancer Center, 3Tulane University School of Medicine, Dept. of Pharmacology, New Orleans, LA 70012
19
Thu
2:41 p.m. #75

TRENDS IN UTILIZATION OF NEOADJUVANT CHEMOTHERAPY FOR LOCALLY ADVANCED UPPER TRACT UROTHELIAL CARCINOMA: A NATIONAL CANCER DATABASE ANALYSIS


Samarpit Rai, Crystal Valadon, Jaimin Trivedi, Ahmed Haddad
Department of Urology, University of Louisville School of Medicine
19
Thu
2:50 p.m. - 3:10 p.m.
State-of-the-Art Lecture: Cytoreductive Nephrectomy Update 2020
Speaker:
Kelvin A. Moses, MD, PhD, FACS
Nashville, TN
19
Thu
3:10 p.m. - 3:40 p.m.
Break/Visit Exhibits
Location: Roosevelt Ballroom
19
Thu
3:40 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Panel Discussion: SRM/ RCC 2020
Moderator:
Paul L. Crispen, MD
Gainesville, FL
19
Thu
 
Observation
Panelist:
Shreyas S. Joshi, MD, MPH
Atlanta, GA
19
Thu
 
Biopsy 2020
Panelist:
Ornob Roy, MD, MBA
Charlotte, NC
19
Thu
 
Ablation
Panelist:
Stephen J. Savage, MD
Charleston, SC
19
Thu
 
Robotic Partial Nephrectomy
Panelist:
Wesley Mathew White, MD
Knoxville, TN
Concurrent Session 4 of 5  
19
Thu
3:50 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Socioeconomics Poster Session
Location: Chambers I&III
Moderators:
Jennifer Robles, MD
Nashville, TN


Thomas F. Stringer, MD, FACS
Gainesville, FL
19
Thu
Poster #65

REAL-TIME TRACKING OF INPATIENT AND DISCHARGE OPIOID PRESCRIBING PATTERNS AMONG UROLOGY PROVIDERS


Nadia Romero, MD, John Bell, MD, Andrew Harris, MD
University of Kentucky, Department of Urology
19
Thu
Poster #66

REDCUING POST-OPERATIVE OPIOID USE THROUGH THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A PAIN MANANAGMENT PATHWAY


Jacob Elam1, Andrew Harris1,2, John Roger Bell1
1Department of Urology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, 2Lexington VA Medical Center, Lexington, KY
19
Thu
Poster #67

IMPLEMENTING A PATHWAY FOR SAFE REDUCTION OF OPIOIDS IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING ROBOTIC-ASSISTED LAPAROSCOPIC PROSTATECTOMY (RALP): A RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF A US VETERANS AFFAIRS PATIENT COHORT


Laura Horodyski, MD1, Brittany Ball, PharmD2, Isildinha Reis, PhD1, Feng Miao, MS1, Clarence Emile, BS1, Mara Carasquillo, PharmD2, Adriana Rhodes, MS2, Lunan Ji, MD1, Joshua Livingstone, MD2,1, Christina Matadial, MD2,1, Chad Ritch, MD, MBA1,2, Leslie Deane, MBBS, MS, FRCSC, FACS2,1
1University of Miami, 2Miami Veterans Affairs Medical Center
19
Thu
Poster #68

IDENTIFYING AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT WITHIN UROLOGIC RESIDENCY PROGRAMS TO COMBAT OPIOID OVERUSE AND OVERPRESCRIBING


Patrick Probst, Department of Urology, Kristen Marley, Department of Urology, Howard Hasen, Department of Urology, Christopher Ledbetter, Department of Urology, Robert Wake, Department of Urology, Anthony Patterson, Department of Urology
University of Tennessee Health Science Center - Memphis, TN
19
Thu
Poster #69

NITROUS OXIDE OFFERS SUPERIOR PATIENT SATISFACTION DURING OFFICE-BASED UROLOGICAL PROCEDURES AND ELIMINATES THE NEED FOR OPIOID AND BENZODIAZEPINE USE


Brent Sharpe, MD1, Cash Sterling, MD2
1Georgia Urology, 2NGMC Resident Physican
19
Thu
Poster #70

THE BALANCED SURGEON SCORECARD


Matt Newsome, MD1, Leslie Peard, MD1, David Zekan, BS2, Hensley Patrick, MD1, Goodwin Jeffrey, MD1, Amber Bettis3, Adam Dugan3, Jason Bylund, MD1, Andrew Harris, MD1
1University of Kentucky, Department of Urology, 2West Virginia University, School of Medicine, 3University of Kentucky
19
Thu
Poster #71

PATIENT SAFETY EDUCATION AND PERCEPTIONS OF SAFETY CULTURE IN US UROLOGICAL RESIDENCY TRAINING PROGRAMS


Vi Tran, MD1, Andrew Harris, MD1, Ankur Shah, MD, MBA2, Christopher Tessier, MD3, Justin Ziemba, MD4
1University of Kentucky, 2Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, 3Oregon Health & Science University, 4Penn Medicine University of Pennsylvania
19
Thu
Poster #72

FINANCIAL LITERACY AND EDUCATION AMONG UROLOGY RESIDENTS IN SOUTHEASTERN SECTION 


Winston Crute, John Fisher, Matt Sorensen, Wesley White, John Lacy
University of Tennessee - Knoxville Department of Urology
19
Thu
Poster #73

OUTOCOME OF PROTECTED RESEARCH TIME IN UROLOGY RESIDENCIES ON ACADEMIC PUBLICATION PRODUCTION


Alexander Fethiere1, Troy Larson2, Christopher Bayne3, Romano DeMarco2, Vincent Bird2, M. Louis Moy2
1University of Florida College of Medicine, 2University of Florida Department of Urology, 3University of Florid College of Medicine
19
Thu
Poster #74

EXAMINING THE CORRELATION BETWEEN ALTMETRIC SCORE AND CITATIONS IN THE UROLOGY LITERATURE


Alexander Nocera, MS1, Carter Boyd, MS1, Hunter Boudreau, MS1, Ornin Hakim, MS1, Soroush Rais-Bahrami, MD2,3,4
1University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine, Birmingham, AL, 2University of Alabama at Birmingham, Department of Urology, Birmingham, AL, 3University of Alabama at Birmingham, Department of Radiology, Birmingham, AL, 4University of Alabama at Birmingham, O'Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center, Birmingham, AL
19
Thu
Poster #75

Financial Burden of Residency Application and Interviews: The Stakeholder Model as a Theoretic Framework


Joshua Calvert1, Carmen Tong1, Apoorv Dhir2, John Pope1
1Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Department of Urology, 2University of Michigan Urology
19
Thu
Poster #76

IMPACT OF UROLOGY TRAINEE DEBT LEVELS ON FUTURE PRACTICE CHOICES AND EXPECTATIONS


Andrew Harris, MD1, Leslie Peard, MD1, Davuluri Meenakshi, MD2, Raymond Fang3, William Meeks3, Amanda North, MD2
1University of Kentucky, 2Montefiore Medical Center, 3American Urologic Association
19
Thu
Poster #77

GLOBAL SURVEY ON RISKS AND BENEFITS OF SOCIAL MEDIA FOR PRACTICING UROLOGISTS


Justin Dubin1, Aubrey Greer1, Premal Patel1, Diego Carrion2, Nahuel Paesano3, Reda Hocine4, Malik Haffaf4, Diego Santillan5, Zsuzsannaq Zotter6, Amanda Chung7, Jeremy Teoh8, Kyo Chul Koo9, Ana Maria Autrán Gómez10, Juan Gomez Rivas2, Ranjith Ramasamy1, Stacy Loeb11
1Department of Urology, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami FL, USA, 2Department of Urology, La Paz University Hospital, Madrid, Spain. Autonomous University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain, 3Department of Urology, Hospital Federico Abete, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 4Department of Urology, Bachir Bennacer - Biskra Hospital, Biskra, Algeria, 5Department of Urology, Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 6Department of Urology, Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital, Herston, Australia, 7Department of Urology, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, 8S.H. Ho Urology Centre, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China, 9Department of Urology, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Seoul, South Korea, 10Department of Urology, Hospital Universitario Fundaciòn Jimenez Diaz, Madrid, Spain, 11Department of Urology and Population Health, New York University and Manhattan VA, NY, NY, USA
19
Thu
Poster #78

UROLOGY RESIDENCY APPLICANT PERSONAL STATEMENTS: AN INSIGHT INTO MALE AND FEMALE MEDICAL STUDENT PERCEPTIONS OF GENDER AND THEIR ROLE IN UROLOGY


Alysen Demzik, MD, Pauline Filippou, MD, Emily Mercer, BS, Eric Wallen, MD, Hung-Jui Tan, Angela Smith, MD
University of North Carolina Urology, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA
Concurrent Session 5 of 5  
19
Thu
3:50 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
BPH and Voiding Dysfunction Poster Session
Location: Chambers II&IV
Moderators:
Steven P. Petrou, MD
Jacksonville, FL


Brian M Whitley, MD
Durham, NC
19
Thu
Poster #79

SINGLE SURGEON EXPERIENCE WITH PROCEPT AQUABEAM AQUABLATION OF PROSTATE: FIRST 40 CASES


Ali Kasraeian, MD, FACS
Kasraeian Urology, Jacksonville, FL, USA
19
Thu
Poster #80

WATER VS WATER II: AQUABLATION FOR BENIGN PROSTATIC HYPERPLASIA


Ali Kasraeian, MD FACS1, Naeem Bhojani, MD2, David-Dan Nguyen3
1Kasraeian Urology, Jacksonville , Florida , USA, 2Department of Urology, University of Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 3Department of Urology, McGill University , Montreal, Quebec, Canada
19
Thu
Poster #81

ANNEXIN A1 INHIBITS NLRP3 MEDIATED INFLAMMATION DURING BLADDER OUTLET OBSTRUCTION


Brent Nose, Shelby Harper, Francis M Hughes, Todd J Purves
Duke University Hospital
19
Thu
Poster #82

BARRINGTONS'S REFLEXES REVISITED: PROXIMAL URETHRAL ELECTROSTIMULATION CAUSES REMARKABLE EXCITATORY BLADDER RESPONSE IN SPINAL CORD INTACT RATS


Bradley Potts, M.D.1, Matthew Fraser, Ph.D.1,2
1Duke Univesity Medical Center, Dept. of General Surgey, Division of Urology, 2Durham VA Medical Center
19
Thu
Poster #83

PROXIMAL URETHRAL ELECTRICAL STIMULATION PROFOUNDLY IMPROVES UNDERACTIVE BLADDER FUNCTION IN RATS AFTER UNILATERAL PELVIC NERVE TRANSECTION


Bradley Potts, M.D.1, Matthew Fraser, Ph.D.1,2
1Duke Univesity Medical Center, Dept. of General Surgey, Division of Urology, 2Durham VA Medical Center
19
Thu
Poster #84

INITIAL US EXPERIENCE WITH HOLEP USING THE OLYMPUS EMPOWER H100 WATT LASER


Chandler Dora, MD
Mayo Clinic Florida Department of Urology
19
Thu
Poster #85

DOES PREOPERATIVE CATHETER DEPENDENCE AND PROSTATE SIZE PREDISPOSE TO CATHETER REINSERTION FOLLOWING HOLEP?


Kevin Parikh, MD, Joseph Ivey, MD, Chandler Dora, MD
Mayo Clinic Florida Department of Urology
19
Thu
Poster #86

INTERMEDIATE TERM FOLLOW UP OF PROSTATIC URETHRAL LIFT FOR BENIGN PROSTATIC HYPERPLASIA: A META-ANALYSIS AND SYSTEMATIC REVIEW


Karthik Tanneru, MD, Shiva Gautam, Phd, Daniel Norez, Jatinder Kumar, MD, Muhammad Umar Alam, MD, Balaji K.C, MD, Joseph Costa, DO
University of Florida, Jacksonville
19
Thu
Poster #87

THE PROSTATIC URETHRAL LIFT FOR SUBJECTS WITH PRIOR PROSTATE CANCER THERAPY 


Gregg Eure, MD1, Steven Gange, MD2, Manish Patel, MD3, Douglas Grier, MD4
1Urology of Virginia, Virginia Beach, VA, 2Summit Urology Group, Salt Lake City, UT, 3Advanced Urology & Women’s Health Center, Elgin, SC, 4Sound Urological Associates, Edmonds, WA
19
Thu
Poster #88

EFFECTIVENESS OF THE PROSTATIC URETHRAL LIFT FOR A BROAD ARRAY OF SUBJECTS


Gregg Eure, MD1, Steven Gange, MD2, Manish Patel, MD3, Douglas Grier, MD4
1Urology of Virginia, Virginia Beach, VA, 2Summit Urology Group, Salt Lake City, UT, 3Advanced Urology & Women’s Health Center, Elgin, SC, 4Sound Urological Associates, Edmonds, WA
19
Thu
Poster #89

IMPLEMENTATION AND SHORT-TERM OUTCOMES OF PROSTATIC URETHRAL LIFT IN A VETERANS AFFAIRS POPULATION


Heather Huelster, MD1, Jacob Ark, MD1, Kirk Keegan, MD1, Kathryn Rogers, RN2, Melissa Kaufman, MD1, Kristen Scarpato, MD1
1Vanderbilt University Medical Center, 2Tennessee Valley Healthcare System: Nashville Veterans Affairs Medical Center
19
Thu
Poster #90

POSTOPERATIVE OUTCOMES AFTER ENDOSCOPIC UROLIFT REMOVAL


Samantha Nealon, MD, Sarah Azari, MS4, Ross Simon, MD, Daniel Hoffman, MD
University of South Florida
19
Thu
Poster #91

COST ANALYSIS OF MINIMALLY INVASIVE BPH INTERVENTION: UROLIFT VERSUS REZUM


Eric Wendel, MD1, Bryan Savage2, Michael Growcott, PhD1, Eric Laborde, MD1, Michael Maddox, MD1
1Ochsner Medical Center, 2University of Queensland
19
Thu
Poster #92

MODIFIED SIMPLE PROSTATECTOMY: AN APPROACH TO ADDRESS LARGE VOLUME BPH AND ASSOCIATED PROSTATE CANCERS


Marcio Moschovas, Seetharam Bhat, Fikret Onol, Travis Rogers, Anamaria Parus, Vipul Patel
AdventHealth Global Robotics Institute
Concurrent Sessions End  
19
Thu
5:00 p.m. - 5:10 p.m.
History of Urology in New Orleans
Speaker:
Harold Anthony Fuselier, Jr., MD
New Orleans, LA
19
Thu
5:10 p.m. - 5:20 p.m.
History of Urology in Panama
Location: Crescent City Ballroom
Speaker:
Tristan Pinzon, MD
Colon, Panama
19
Thu
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Welcome Reception
Location: Roosevelt Ballroom
OVERVIEW  
20
Fri
6:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Registration/Information Desk Open
Location: Roosevelt Pre-Function
20
Fri
6:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Speaker Ready Room Hours
Location: Napoleon Room
20
Fri
7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.
Exhibit Hall Open
Location: Roosevelt Ballroom
20
Fri
7:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m.
Spouse/Guest Hospitality Suite Open
Location: Conti Room
20
Fri
6:30 p.m.-10:00 p.m.
Residents' Night Out
Concurrent Sessions Begin  
Concurrent Session 1 of 4  
20
Fri
7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.
Bladder Cancer Poster Session
Location: Chambers I&III
Moderators:
Trushar Patel, MD
Tampa, FL


Ram Anil Pathak, MD
Winston Salem, NC
20
Fri
Poster #93

ELECTROSTATIC COMPLEMENTARITY BETWEEN T-CELL RECEPTORS AND MACF1 MUTANTS REPRESENTS A SURVIVAL ADVANTAGE IN PATIENTS WITH MUSCLE INVASIVE BLADDER CANCER


Kyle Michelson1, Boris Chobrutskiy2, Ross Simon3, Jay Patel3, Trushar Patel3, George Blanck2
1SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Dept of Urology, 2University of South Florida, Dept of Molecular Medicine, 3University of South Florida, Dept of Urology
20
Fri
Poster #94

INVESTIGATING THE SYNTHETIC LETHALITY OF EZH2 INHIBITION IN ARID1A MUTANT BLADDER CANCER


James Ferguson1, Hasib Rehman1, Darshan Chandrashekar2, George Netto2, Soory Varambally2
1UAB Urology, 2UAB Pathology
20
Fri
Poster #95

SHOULD UROTHELIAL CARCINOMA BE CONSIDERED PART OF BRCA1 AND BRCA2 CANCER SYNDROMES?


Ankeet Shah, Dominic Grimberg, Hannah Berg, Wei Phin Tan, Brant Inman
Duke University Division of Urology
20
Fri
Poster #96

INCREASED ACCUMULATION OF LOW MOLECULAR WEIGHT HYALURON IN BLADDER CANCER TISSUE  


Elizabeth Kwenda, B.S1,2, Paul Dominguez-Gutierrez, PhD1, William Donelan, PhD1, Padraic O'Malley, MD1, Paul Crispen, MD1, Sergei Kusmartsev, MD/PhD1
1University of Florida, Department of Urology, 2University of Florida College of Medicine
20
Fri
Poster #97

EFFECT OF PRE-EXISTING CONDITIONS ON BLADDER CANCER DIAGNOSIS: A COHORT STUDY USING ELECTRONIC PRIMARY CARE RECORDS


Madeline Carney, BA1, Sarah Price, PhD2, Elizabeth Shephard, PhD2, Luke Mounce, PhD2, Myra Quiroga, BS, MS1, Willie Hamilton, MD,PhD2
1USF Morsani College of Medicine, 2University of Exeter Medical School
20
Fri
Poster #98

COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF RADICAL CYSTECTOMY VS. TRIMODALITY FOR TREATMENT OF MUSCLE INVASIVE BLADDER CANCER


Nathan Suskovic, Medical Student1, Ann Raldow, Radiation Oncology2, Trevor Royce, Radiation Oncology3, Angela Smith, Urology4
1University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Medicine, 2University of California Los Angelos, Department of Radiation Oncology, 3University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department of Radiation Oncology, 4University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department of Urology
20
Fri
Poster #99

PATIENT OUTCOMES FOLLOWING NEOADJUVANT CHEMOTHERAPY AND RADICAL CYSTECTOMY VERSUS RADICAL CYSTECTOMY ALONE IN PATIENTS WITH MUSCLE-INVASIVE UROTHELIAL CARCINOMA OF THE BLADDER


Patrick Houghton, MD, Katherine Cockerill, MD, Nikhita Yadlapalli, Paul Young, MD
Department of Urology, Mayo Clinic, FL
20
Fri
Poster #100

IMPACT OF SARCOPENIA IN THE ERA OF NEOADJUVANT CHEMOTHERAPY FOR MUSCLE-INVASIVE BLADDER CANCER


Goran Rac1, Yu Zheng1, Lara Hewett2, Caitlin Shepherd1, Harry Clarke1, Thomas Keane1, Theodore Gourdin3, Robert Grubb1
1Medical University of South Carolina, Department of Urology, Charleston, SC, 2Medical University of South Carolina, Department of Radiology, Charleston, SC, 3Medical University of South Carolina, Department of Hematology/Oncology, Charleston, SC
20
Fri
Poster #101

RADICAL CYSTECTOMY AND ILEAL CONDUIT UNDER REGIONAL ANESTHESIA: SAFE, FEASIBLE, AND AN ACCELERATED POST-OPERATIVE COURSE IN THE AT RISK AND ELDERLY


Michael Tonzi, Matthew Watson, Amanda Carter, Amar Singh
University of Tennessee Chattanooga College of Medicine
20
Fri
Poster #102

 

INTRAVENOUS LIDOCAINE TO REDUCE OPIOID CONSUMPTION AND LENGTH OF STAY IN PATEINTS RECEIVING CYSTECTOMY: A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY


Oliver Benton, MD1, Paul Lesko, MD1, Josh Earl, MD1, James Bienvenu, MD1, Jason Buehler, MD1, Daniel Peters, MS31, John Pierce, MS31, Alexander Houck, MS32
1UT Medical Center, 2ETSU
20
Fri
Poster #103

COMPARISON OF SURGICAL AND FUNCTIONAL OUTCOMES OF INTRACORPOREAL AND EXTRACORPOREAL URINARY DIVERSION FOLLOWING ROBOT-ASSISTED RADICAL CYSTECTOMY


Matt Ellis1, Hamza Beano1, Jiaxian He2, Caitlin Hensel2, William Worrilow1, Kris Gaston1, Peter Clark1, Stephen Riggs1
1Department of Urology, Atrium Health, Charlotte, North Carolina, 2Department of Cancer Biostatistics, Levine Cancer Institute/Atrium Health, Charlotte, North Carolina
20
Fri
Poster #104

A NOVEL SMALL MOLECULE FOR TREATMENT OF MUSCLE INVASIVE BLADDER CANCER


Andrew Park, Kristy Nguyen, Jamie Messer, Ahmed Haddad, Murali Ankem
University of Louisville, Dept. of Urology, Louisville, KY
Concurrent Session 2 of 4  
20
Fri
7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.
Miscellaneous Urology Poster Session
Location: Chambers II&IV
Moderators:
John M. Lacy, MD
Knoxville, TN


Omer Raheem, MD
New Orleans, LA
20
Fri
Poster #105

POTENTIAL USE OF AUTOLOGOUS RENAL CELLS FROM DISEASED KIDNEYS FOR THE TREATMENT OF RENAL FAILURE


Sunil George1, Mehran Abolbashari2, John Jackson1, Tamer Aboushwareb1, Anthony Atala1, James Yoo1
1Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston Salem, NC, 2sugeorge@wakehealth.edu
20
Fri
Poster #106

EFFECT OF HUMAN AMNIOTIC FLUID STEM CELLS ON KIDNEY FUNCTION IN A MODEL OF CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE


Sunil George, Mehran Abolbashari, Tae-Hyoung Kim, Chao Zhang, Julie Allickson, John Jackson, Sang Jin Lee, In Kap Ko, James Yoo, Anthony Atala
Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston Salem, NC
20
Fri
Poster #107

KIDNEY REGENERATION WITH BIOMIMETIC VASCULAR SCAFFOLDS BASED ON VASCULAR CORROSION CASTS


Jennifer Huling, Sang-il Min, Doo Sang Kim, In Kap Ko, John Jackson, James Yoo, Anthony Atala
Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston Salem, NC
20
Fri
Poster #108

CONSERVATIVE MANAGEMENT OF RENAL TRAUMA AT THE PUERTO RICO MEDICAL CENTER


Vincent Rodríguez Bury, Resident Physician, Francois Soto Palou, Resident Physician, Kermith Ayala Muñiz, Resident Physician, Marcos Pérez Brayfield, Attending Physician, Timoteo Torres Santiago, Attending Physician, Antonio Puras Báez, Attending Physician
University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine
20
Fri
Poster #109

PENETRATING SCROTAL TRAUMA AT A HIGH-VOLUME URBAN TRAUMA CENTER: DIAGNOSIS, MANAGEMENT, AND OUTCOMES


Elizabeth Tourville, Patrick Probst, Christopher Ledbetter, Anthony Patterson, Robert Wake
University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center, Department of Urology, Memphis, TN
20
Fri
Poster #110

GEOGRAPHIC DISPARITIES IN LITIGATION FOR URETERAL INJURY DURING PELVIC SURGERY


Ajay Gopalakrishna, MD, MHS1, Raevti Bole, MD1, Ruby Kuang, BS2, Brian Linder, MD1, Boyd Viers, MD1
1Mayo Clinic Department of Urology, 2University of California Los Angeles
20
Fri
Poster #111

IMPACT OF TRANSPLANT URETERAL STRICTURE LOCATION AND TYPE OF URETERAL REVISION ON LONG-TERM GRAFT SURVIVAL AND PATIENT OUTCOMES IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION. 


Caitlin Shepherd, Christinia Holbrooks, Robert Cameron, Angello Lin, Satish Nadig, John McGillicuddy, Derek Dubay, David Taber, Prabhakar Baliga, Vinayak Rohan
20
Fri
Poster #112

MEDICAL MANAGEMENT OF PENILE AND URETHRAL LICHEN SCLEROSUS WITH TOPICAL CLOBETASOL IMPROVES LONG TERM VOIDING SYMPTOMS AND QUALITY OF LIFE


William Boysen, MD, Andrew Peterson, MD
Duke University Medical Center
20
Fri
Poster #113

PREVALENCE OF COITAL URINARY INCONTINENCE IN NULLIPAROUS WOMEN


Siobhan Hartigan, MD1, Sophia Goodridge, MD2, Leah Chisholm1, Jessica Heft, MD3, Elizabeth Rourke, DO1, Roger Dmochowski, MD1, Melissa Kaufman, MD, PhD1, W. Stuart Reynolds, MD1
1Department of Urology, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN, 2Urology, WellStar Medical Group, Roswell, GA, 3Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
20
Fri
Poster #114

SIMULATION TRAINING FOR CORRECTION OF MALE STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE: ASSESSMENT OF SURGICAL KNOWLEDGE AND CONFIDENCE FOLLOWING CADAVERIC LABORATORY TRAINING


Jason Chandrapal1, Leah Davis2, Paul Perito3, Gerard Henry4, Leroy Jones5, Rafael Carrion6, Ricardo Munarriz7, Aaron Lentz1
1Duke University School of Medicine, Division of Urology, 2Duke Cancer Center, Center for Biostatistics, 3Department of Urology, Coral Gables Hospital, 4ArkLaTex Urology, 5Urology San Antonio, 6University of South Florida, Department of Urology, 7Boston Medical Center, Department of Urology
20
Fri
Poster #115

A 7-MINUTE CONTINUOUS BLADDER IRRIGATION INFORMATIONAL LECTURE SHOWS IMMEDIATE AND SUSTAINED IMPROVEMENT IN NURSING KNOWLEDGE 

 


Patrick Probst, Department of Urology, Kristen Marley, Department of Urology, Howard Hasen, Department of Urology, Christopher Ledbetter, Department of Urology, Anthony Patterson, Department of Urology, Robert Wake, Department of Urology
University of Tennessee Health Science Center - Memphis, TN
20
Fri
Poster #116

EVALUATION OF PERIOPERATIVE OUTCOMES AND COMPLICATIONS OF PHEOCHROMOCYTOMA SURGERY: COMPARING ROBOTIC, LAPAROSCOPIC, AND OPEN APPROACHES TO ADRENALECTOMY


Andrew Fang, MD1, Jennifer Rosen, MD1, Sejong Bae, MD2,3, Fabio Tanno, MD4, Jose Chambo, MD4, Jonathan Bloom, MD5, Jennifer Gordetsky, MD1,6,7, Victor Srougi, MD4, John Phillips, MD5, Soroush Rais-Bahrami, MD1,3,8
1Department of Urology, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, USA, 2Division of Preventative Medicine, Department of Medicine, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, USA, 3O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center at UAB, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, USA, 4Department of Urology, Hospital das Clínicas de São Paulo, University of São Paulo Medical School, São Paulo, Brazil, 5Department of Urology, New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY, USA, 6Department of Pathology, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, USA, 77. Current Affiliation: Department of Pathology, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, USA, 8Department of Radiology, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, USA
Concurrent Session 3 of 4  
20
Fri
7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.
Video Session II
Location: Waldorf Astoria Ballroom
Moderators:
Scott E. Delacroix, Jr., MD
New Orleans, LA


Mathew Cameron Raynor, MD
Chapel Hill, NC
20
Fri
Video #7

Ventral Onlay Oral Mucosa Robotic-assisted Redo Pyeloplasty


Benjamin Dropkin, MD, Nicholas Kavoussi, MD, Elizabeth Rourke, DO, MPH, Melissa Kaufman, MD, PhD, Ryan Hsi, MD
Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Department of Urology, Nashville, TN
20
Fri
Video #8

ROBOTIC RETROPERITONEAL LYMPH NODE DISSECTION IN AN ADOLESCENT PATIENT


Ashley W. Johnston, MD, Rohit Tejwani, MD, Riyang Jiang, MD, Jonathan C. Routh, MD, MPH
Duke University
20
Fri
Video #9

Renal Obstruction Resulting from Left Retrocaval Ureter


Spencer Larkin1, Shrujal Parikh2, John Roger Bell1
1University of Kentucky, Dept of Urology, Lexington, KY, 2University of Kentucky, College of Medicine, Lexington, KY
20
Fri
Video #10

Simultaneous Implantation of an Inflatable Penile Prosthesis and an Artificial Urinary Sphincter


Peter Tsambarlis1, Christopher Koller2, Gabriel Leinwand2, Wayne Hellstrom2
1Rush University Department of Urology, 2Tulane University Department of Urology
20
Fri
Video #11

ROBOTIC BLADDER DIVERTICULECTOMY: MANAGEMENT OF A CONGENITAL BLADDER DIVERTICULUM IN AN INFANT


Amanda Raines, MD1, Christopher Roth, MD2
1Tulane University, 2Children's Hospital of New Orleans
20
Fri
Video #12

Surgical Correction of Obstructed Defecation Syndrome


Tao Cui, Catherine Matthews
Wake Forest School of Medicine
Concurrent Session 4 of 4  
20
Fri
7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.
Health Services Research Podium Session
Location: Crescent City Ballroom
Moderators:
Jason R. Bylund, MD, MPH
Lexington, KY


To Be Determined
20
Fri
7:00 a.m. #76

PREDICTING MEDICARE SURGICAL EPISODE SPENDING IN THE BUNDLED PAYMENTS FOR CARE IMPROVEMENT-ADVANCED ERA


Daniel D. Joyce, MD1, Pikki Lai, PhD2, Alan Zhang3, Diane N. Haddad, MD4, Brittany L. Cunningham, MSN5, Cary J. Stimson, MD, JD1
1Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Dept. of Urology, Nashville, TN, 2Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Dept. of Health Policy, Nashville, TN, 3Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Dept. of Biomedical Informatics, Nashville, TN, 4Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Dept. of Surgical Sciences, Nashville, TN, 5Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Office of Episodes of Care, Nashville, TN
20
Fri
7:07 a.m. #77

POTENTIAL BENEFITS OF A DEDICATED DIFFICULT URINARY CATHETER (DUC) TEAM: THE 4-YEAR EXPERIENCE AT A SINGLE INSTITUTION


Sam Fisher, Kevin Reed, Eric Riedinger, Nilay Patel, Ryan Pickens, John Lacy, Wesley White
University of Tennesee Medical Center, Knoxville, TN
20
Fri
7:14 a.m. #78

CONTEMPORARY RACIAL DISPARITIES IN PSA SCREENING AND PROSTATE CANCER DIAGNOSIS IN A LARGE, INTEGRATED HEALTHCARE SYSTEM


Caroline D Lu1, Oluwaseun Adeyemi2, William E Anderson2, Timothy C Hetherington2, Yhenneko J Taylor2, James T Kearns1,3
1Atrium Health, Carolinas Medical Center, Department of Urology, Charlotte, NC, 2Atrium Health, Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation , Charlotte, NC, 3Levine Cancer Institute, Charlotte, NC
CORE
20
Fri
7:21 a.m. #79

Impact of Medicare reimbursement changes upon rates of concomitant surgical correction of sexual dysfunction and male stress urinary incontinence


Ehtan Matz, Resident1, Jyoti Chouhan2, Ryan Terlecki, Associate Professor1
1Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, 2Oregon Health and Sciences University
20
Fri
7:28 a.m. #80

INVESTIGATION OF UROLOGY INTRAOPERATIVE EVENTS LEADING TO ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS AT NATIONAL VA MEDICAL CENTERS


Leslie Peard, MD1, William Gunnar, MD2, Peter Mills, PhD2, Andrew Harris, MD1
1University of Kentucky, 2US Department of Veterans Affairs
20
Fri
7:35 a.m. #81

THE IMPACT OF HOSPITAL VOLUME ON SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM OUTCOMES FOR PATIENTS UNDERGOING RADICAL NEPHROURETERECTOMY WITH UPPER TRACT UROTHELIAL CARCINOMA


Wilson Sui, MD, Daniel A. Barocas, MD, Sam S. Chang, MD, MBA, David F. Penson, MD, MPH, Matthew J. Resnick, MD, MMHC, Aaron A. Laviana, MD
Department of Urology, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
20
Fri
7:42 a.m. #82

OVERLAPPING UROLOGICAL SURGERIES AT A TERTIARY ACADEMIC CENTER


Reza Nabavizadeh, Dattatraya Patil, KC Biebighauser Bens, Elizabeth Traorè, Viraj Master, Kenneth Ogan
Emory University
20
Fri
7:49 a.m. #83

PATIENT PERCEPTIONS OF UROLOGIST'S INTERACTIONS WITH PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES


Andrew Rabley, MD1, Jack Curtis, BS2, Suha Zaidi3, Samantha Larson, MPH4, Lawrence Yeung, MD1, Vincent Bird, MD1, M. Louis Moy, MD1
1Department of Urology, University of Florida, 2College of Medicine, University of Florida, 3University of Florida, 4College of Public Health and Health Professions
Concurrent Sessions End  
20
Fri
8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Gee-Dineen Health Policy Forum 1
Location: Crescent City Ballroom
Moderators:
Christopher P. Filson, MD, MS
Atlanta, GA


Angela B. Smith, MD, MS
Chapel Hill, NC
20
Fri
8:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
Ambrose Reed Lecture: May I Have This Dance? The Importance of Diversity and Inclusion in Urology
Location: Crescent City Ballroom
Invited Speaker:
Angela B. Smith, MD, MS
Chapel Hill, NC
20
Fri
8:30 a.m. - 8:45 a.m.
Financial Toxicity in Urologic Oncology
Location: Crescent City Ballroom
Speaker:
Christopher P. Filson, MD, MS
Atlanta, GA
20
Fri
8:45 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Lecture on Quality Metrics
Location: Crescent City Ballroom
Speaker:
Timothy D. Averch, MD
Columbia, SC
20
Fri
9:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Lecture by State Senator
Location: Crescent City Ballroom
Speaker:
To Be Determined
Concurrent Sessions Begin  
Concurrent Session 1 of 1  
20
Fri
8:00 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.
Pediatric Sub-Plenary Session II
Location: Waldorf Astoria Ballroom
20
Fri
8:00 a.m. - 8:45 a.m.
State of the Art Lecture: Modern Surgical indications for Vesicoureteral Reflux
Guest Speaker:
Craig Andrew Peters, MD
Dallas, TX
20
Fri
8:45 a.m. - 9:15 a.m.
Ask the Experts: Vesicoureteral Reflux
Moderator:
Craig Andrew Peters, MD
Dallas, TX
Panelists:
Sherry S. Ross, MD
Chapel Hill, NC


Ali Ziada, MD
Lexington, KY
20
Fri
9:15 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.
Pediatric Poster Session
Location: Chambers I&III
Moderators:
Christopher Charles Roth, MD
New Orleans, LA


Abby S. Taylor, MD
Nashville, TN
20
Fri
Poster #117

A SURVEY EVALUATING THE FEASIBILITY AND SATISFACTION OF TELEMEDICINE IN PEDIATRIC UROLOGY 


Brendon Gros1, Nikka Khorsandi1, Yu-Wen Chiu, DrPH2, Aaron Martin, MD MPH1,2,3
1LSU Health New Orleans School of Medicine, 2LSU Health New Orleans School of Public Health, 3Children's Hospital New Orleans
20
Fri
Poster #118

ASSOCIATIONS WITH ADVERSE OUTCOMES FROM PYELOPLASTY


Thomas FitzGibbon, MD, MS1, Samarpit Rai, MB BCh BAO1, Huirong Hu, MS2, Sudaraka Tholkage, MS2, Eran Rosenberg, MD3, Ahmad Mohamed, MD1, Dennis Peppas, MD3, Maiying Kong, PhD2, Jeffrey White, MD, PhD3
1University of Louisville, Department of Urology, Louisville, KY, 2University of Louisville, School of Public Health and Information Services, Department of Bioinformatics and Biostatistics, Louisville, KY, 3Norton Children's Hospital, Norton Children's Urology, Louisville, KY
20
Fri
Poster #119

MITROFANOFF VS SUPRAPUBIC BUTTON CYSTOTOMY IN PEDIATRIC UROLOGY: A COST AND COMPLICATION ANALYSIS


Colin Linke, DO1, Carlos Sanchez, MD1, Aaron Martin, MD MPH1,2
1LSU Health New Orleans, Dept of Urology, 2Children's Hospital New Orleans
20
Fri
Poster #120

ASSOCIATION BETWEEN ETHNICITY AND SKIN COMPLICATIONS FOLLOWING HYPOSPADIAS REPAIR


Hasan Jhaveri, University of Florida, Jeremy Bergamo, University of Florida, Christopher Bayne, University of Florida, Romano DeMarco, University of Florida
Department of Urology
20
Fri
Poster #121

 

HOW RACE, DEMOGRAPHICS, AND SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS IMPACT TIME TO PRESENTION FOR TREATMENT OF GENITAL PAIN IN PEDIATRIC MALES


Katherine Fratino1, David Nelwan1, Deepak Ayyala1, Rabii Madi1, Sherita King1, Durwood Neal1, Zachary Klaassen1, Martha Terris2, Bradley Morganstern1
1Medical College of Georgia, Augusta University, Augusta, GA, 2Medical College of Georgia, Augusta. University, Augusta, GA
20
Fri
Poster #122

IMPACT OF HOSPITAL TRANSFER ON TESTICULAR TORSION OUTCOMES: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS.


Elizabeth Kwenda, B.S1,2, Rachel Locke, B.S2, Romano DeMarco, MD1, Christopher Bayne, MD1
1University of Florida, Department of Urology, 2University of Florida College of Medicine
Concurrent Sessions End  
20
Fri
9:30 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.
ABU Update
Location: Crescent City Ballroom
Speaker:
James Brantley Thrasher, MD, FACS
Charlottesville, VA
20
Fri
9:45 a.m. - 10:15 a.m.
Break/Visit Exhibits
Location: Crescent City Ballroom
20
Fri
10:15 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.
SESAUA Annual Business Meeting
20
Fri
10:45 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Resident Quiz Bowl
Moderators:
Chad W.M. Ritenour, MD
Atlanta, GA


To Be Determined
20
Fri
11:30 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.
AUA Guidelines Update 2020
Speaker:
Peter Earl Clark, MD
Charlotte, NC
20
Fri
11:45 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
Industry Sponsored Lunch Symposium
Location: Orpheum Room
20
Fri
11:45 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
Industry Sponsored Lunch Symposium
Location: Waldorf Astoria Ballroom
20
Fri
12:45 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
AUA Update
AUA President:
Scott Kevin Swanson, MD
Phoenix, AZ
20
Fri
1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
T. Leon Howard Imaging Session
Moderator:
Wesley Mathew White, MD
Knoxville, TN
20
Fri
Case #1

A Middle-Aged Female Presents with Flank Pain

 


Katherine Cockerill, Resident
Mayo Clinic Jacksonville
20
Fri
Case #2

Nine Year Old Boy with Testicular Enlargement


Julio Slongo1, Diana Cardona-Grau2, Hubert S. Swana2, Mark A. Rich3
1University of South Florida, 2Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children, 3Arnold Palmer Hospital for Childre
20
Fri
Case #3


Renal Vein Thrombosis extending to the Heart Without Renal Mass


Taylor Peak, Majid Mirzazadeh
20
Fri
Case #4

Two Year-Old with Febrile UTI, Abnormal Congenital Findings on CT


Ching Man Carmen Tong, D.O.1, Belinda Li, M.D.1, Joshua Calvert, M.D.2, Rohan Bhalla, M.D.2, Wallace Neblett, M.D.3, John Thomas, M.D.1
1Division of Pediatric Urology, Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt, Nashville, TN, 2Department of Urology, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, , Nashville, TN, 3Department of General Surgery, Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt, Nashville, TN
20
Fri
Case #5

Female with Right Hydronephrosis and Ureteral Filling Defect


Timothy Quinn, Resident Physician1, Cara Cimmino, Assistant Professor2
1Emory University, Department of Urology, Atlanta, GA, 2Emory University, Department of Urology, Atlanta, GA
20
Fri
Case #6

61-year-old gentleman presenting with shortness of breath, cough, and abdominal fullness.


Yu Zheng, zhengyu@musc.edu, Yu Zheng, rovnere@musc.edu
MUSC Dept of Urology
20
Fri
6:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Residents' Night Out
OVERVIEW  
21
Sat
6:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Registration/Information Desk Open
Location: Roosevelt Pre-Function
21
Sat
6:30 a.m.-4:45 p.m.
Speaker Ready Room Hours
Location: Napoleon Room
21
Sat
7:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m.
Spouse/Guest Hospitality Suite Open
Location: Conti Room
21
Sat
6:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
2020 SESAUA Closing Reception
Location: Roosevelt Promenade
Concurrent Sessions Begin  
Concurrent Session 1 of 4  
21
Sat
7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.
Robotic and Reconstructive Surgery Poster Session
Location: Chambers I&III
Moderators:
Maurizio Buscarini, MD
Memphis, TN


To Be Determined
21
Sat
Poster #123

COMPARISON OF ROBOTIC-ASSISTED LAPAROSCOPIC PROSTATECTOMY: SP VERSUS XI, A SINGLE SURGEON EXPERIENCE


Matthew Watson1, Robert J. Burns2, Meredith Bernhard3, Amar Singh1
1UT-Erlanger Department of Urology, 2LSU-Health Science Center, 3UT Health Science Center
21
Sat
Poster #124

COMPARISON OF PERIOPERATIVE OUTCOMES BETWEEN SINGLE-PORT AND MULTI-PORT ROBOTIC ASSISTED RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY: A SINGLE INSTITUTIONAL EXPERIENCE


Andrew Fang, MD1, Ava Saidian, MD1, Ornin Hakim2,3, Cristina Magi-Galluzi, MD4, Jeffrey Nix, MD1,3, Soroush Rais-Bahrami, MD1,3,5
1Department of Urology, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, USA, 2University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, USA, 3O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center at UAB, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, USA, 4Department of Pathology, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, USA, 5Department of Radiology, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, USA
21
Sat
Poster #125

OPIATE-FREE POST-OPERATIVE PATHWAY AFTER ROBOTIC RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY: FEASIBILITY IN A VETERANS AFFAIRS MEDICAL CENTER (VAMC)


Rahul Dutta, Ashok Hemal, Gopal Badlani, Ram Pathak
Wake Forest School of Medicine
21
Sat
Poster #126

URETHRO-VESICAL ANASTOMOTIC DISRUPTION: STRATEGIES FOR MANAGING DELAYED HEALING OF URETHRO-VESICAL ANASTOMOSIS FOLLOWING RADICAL ROBOTIC PROSTATECTOMY


Laith Alzweri, Eric Shaw, Raju Thomas
Department of Urology, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana
21
Sat
Poster #127

ANALYZING THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN RENAL TUMOR COMPLEXITY AND FUNCTIONAL VOLUME LOSS (FVL) IN ROBOTIC-ASSISTED PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY (RAPN)


Essa Bajalia1, Kevin Parikh1, Daniela Haehn1, Amanda Kahn1, Colleen Ball2, David Thiel1
1Department of Urology, Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL, USA, 2Division of Biomedical Statistics and Informatics, Mayo Clinic
21
Sat
Poster #128

RELATIONSHIP OF FUNCTIONAL VOLUME LOSS (FVL) TO POST-OPERATIVE RENAL FUNCTION FOLLOWING ROBOTIC-ASSISTED PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY (RAPN)


Essa Bajalia1, Kevin Parikh1, Daniela Haehn1, Amanda Kahn1, Colleen Ball2, David Thiel1
1Department of Urology, Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL, USA, 2Division of Biomedical Statistics and Informatics, Mayo Clinic
21
Sat
Poster #129

EVALUATION OF ANGIOTENSIN CONVERTING ENZYMES INHIBITORS (ACEIs), ANGIOTENSIN RECEPTOR BLOCKERS (ARBs), AND STATINS ON POSTOPERATIVE ESTIMATE GLOMERULAR FILTRATION RATES (eGFR) FOLLOWING ROBOTIC-ASSISTED PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY (RAPN)  


Daniela Haehn, MD1, Ashley Shumate, MD1, Essa Bajalia2, Colleen Ball, BS3, David Thiel2
1Department of Urology, Mayo Clinic FL, 2Department of Urology, Mayo Clinic FL, 3Division of Biomedical Statistics and Informatics, Mayo Clinic, FL
21
Sat
Poster #130

ASSOCIATION OF RADIOMICS AND PATIENT CHARACTERISTICS WITH FORMATION OF PSEUDOANEURYSM FOLLOWING ROBOTIC-ASSISTED PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY


Ashley Shumate, MD1, Kevin Parikh, MD1, Ricky Bateh1, Amanda Kahn1, Colleen Ball, MS2, David Thiel, MD1
1Mayo Clinic Department of Urology, 2Mayo Clinic Department of Health Sciences Research
21
Sat
Poster #131

USE OF INTRAOPERATIVE INDOCYANINE GREEN PERFUSION TESTING IN RADIATION-RELATED URINARY DIVERSION


Kevin Heinsimer, MD, Samantha Nealon, MD, Lucas Wiegand, MD
University of South Florida
21
Sat
Poster #132

EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF ALVIMOPAN USE IN BENIGN URINARY TRACT RECONSTRUCTION


Patrick Hensley1, Margaret Higgins1, Alison Rasper1, Ali Ziada1, Shubham Gupta2
1Department of Urology, University of Kentucky College of Medicine, 2Department of Urology, University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University
21
Sat
Poster #133

Robotic Revision of Uretero-Ileal Anastomotic Stricture Following Robotic Radical Cystectomy.


Rabii Madi, MD, MBA
Augusta University Health
21
Sat
Poster #134

THE ROLE AND OUTCOMES OF ILEAL URETER INTERPOSITION IN CONTEMPORARY PRACTICE 


Margaret Higgins, MD1, Patrick Hensley, MD1, Shubham Gupta, MD2
1University of Kentucky, Dept. Urology, Lexington KY, 2Case Western Reserve University, Dept. Urology, Cleveland OH
Concurrent Session 2 of 4  
21
Sat
7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.
Sexual Health Poster Session
Location: Chambers II&IV
Moderators:
Sherita A. King, MD
Augusta, GA


To Be Determined
21
Sat
Poster #135

Impact of Placental Stem Cells Dose on Erectile Function Recovery in a Neurovascular Injury Rat Model.


Parth Thakker1, Xin Gu2, Ryan Terlecki3, Yuanyuan Zhang2, Anthony Atala1, John Jackson2
1Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, 2Wake Forest Institute of Regenerative Medicine, 3Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
21
Sat
Poster #136

BEYOND THE PILL: PRELIMINARY DATA LOOKING AT A COMBINATION OF PHOSPHODIESTERASE INHIBITORS WITH LOW DOSE BIMIX INTRA-URETHRAL GEL FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION


Daniel Martinez, MD1, Yekutiel Sandman, MD2, Robert Puig, MD2, Cosme Gomez, MD2, Chris Gomez, MD3, Jorge Caso, MD3, Murugesan Manoharan, MD3
1Urology Specialty Care/Miami Cancer Institute, 2Urology Specialty Care, 3Miami Cancer Institute
21
Sat
Poster #137

EVALUATING THE IMPORTANCE OF TIMELY SURGICAL INTERVENTION IN LONG-TERM ERECTILE AND URINARY FUNCTION AFTER TRAUMATIC PENILE FRACTURE


Caleb Natale, Niklos Moring, Laith Alzweri, Amit Reddy, Jacob Greenberg, Ayad Yousif, Cooper Benson, Omer Raheem, Wayne Hellstrom
Tulane University School of Medicine
21
Sat
Poster #138

IMAGING IN TRAUMATIC PENILE INJURY: EVALUATING SONOGRAPHY AS AN OPTION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO


Ramphis Morales-López, MD, Ariana López-García, MD, Beatriz Junqueira-Ibañez, MS, Kermith Ayala-Muñiz, MD, Antonio Puras-Baez, MD
Urology Section, University of Puerto Rico
21
Sat
Poster #139

Does Doppler classification of Peyronie’s disease affect surgical intervention pursued by patient?


Katherine Cockerill, Jordan Bullock, James Schnell, Andrew Hendrix, Gregory Broderick
Mayo Clinic Jacksonville
21
Sat
Poster #140

UROLOGIC SURVEY OF PORNOGRAPHY ADVERTISEMENTS FOR ONLINE CONSUMERS  


Jennifer Kuo, MD, Troy Larson, MD, Jeremy Bergamo, MD, M. Louis Moy, MD
21
Sat
Poster #141

SURVEYING THE EPIDEMIOLOGY, SYMPTOMATOLOGY AND TREATMENT OF A RARE ORGASM DISORDER: POST-ORGASMIC ILLNESS SYNDROME


Caleb Natale, Andrew Gabrielson, Hoang Minh Tue Nguyen, Wayne Hellstrom
Tulane University School of Medicine, Dept of Urology, New Orleans, LA
21
Sat
Poster #142

ASSESSMENT OF TESTICULAR HEAVY METAL TOXICITY USING 2D CELL CULTURE AND 3D HUMAN TESTICULAR ORGANOIDS


Adam Cohen, MD1,2, Nima Pourhabibi Zarandi, MD1, Anthony Atala, MD1,2, Hooman Sadri-Ardekani, MD, PhD1,2
1Wake Forest Institute of Regenerative Medicine, 2Department of Urology, Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC
21
Sat
Poster #143

A SURVEY OF USAGE OF PENILE PROSTHESIS


Paul Knoll, Resident, Shriharsha Talluri, Resident, Samarpit Rai, Resident, Ross Micciche, Resident, Andrew Park, Resident, Thomas Fitzgibbon, Resident, Ganesh Rao, Attending, Murali Ankem, Department Chair
Department of Urology University of Louisville School of Medicine
21
Sat
Poster #144

DOC, WILL MY SECOND PENILE PROSTHESIS BE LONGER, SHORTER OR THE SAME SIZE? A GRANULAR ASSESSMENT OF DEVICE LENGTH CHANGES UPON REVISION


Evan Carlos, MD, Dominic Grimberg, MD, Brent Nosè, MD, Leah Davis, MS, Aaron Lentz, MD
Duke University Medical Center
21
Sat
Poster #145

NOVEL TECHNIQUE FOR EXTRA-CORPORAL PLACEMENT OF PENILE PROSTHESIS IN CIS AND TRANSGENDER MALE: THE MODIFIED USE OF ADVANCE MALE SLING FOR PROXIMAL ANCHORING


Laith Alzweri1, Christopher Koller1, Ayad Yousif1, Scott Peterson2, Wayne J. G. Hellstrom1
1Tulane University School of Medicine, Dept of Urology, New Orleans, LA, 2Boston Scientific
21
Sat
Poster #146

Systematic tracking of opioid receipt after placement of penile implants


Ethan Matz, Resident1, Jyoti Chouhan2, Parth Thakker, Resident1, Kara McAbee, Resident1, Ryan Terlecki, Associate Professor1
1Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, 2Oregon Health and Sciences University
Concurrent Session 3 of 4  
21
Sat
7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.
Urologic Oncology Poster Session
Location: Orpheum Room
Moderators:
Paul L. Crispen, MD
Gainesville, FL


Jamie Messer, MD
Louisville, KY
21
Sat
Poster #147

IMPACT OF HISTOLOGIC SUBTYPE ON OVERALL SURVIVAL OF OBSERVED T(ONE)A KIDNEY CANCERS IMPLICATIONS FOR BIOPSY AS A RISK STRATIFICATION TOOL

 


Jamie Michael1, Nermarie Velazquez, MD2, Audrey Renson, PhD3, Hung-Jui Tan, MD4, Tracy L. Rose, MD, MPh5, Matt Raynor, MD4, Stella K. Kang, MD6, William C. Huang, MD2, Marc A. Bjurlin, DO, MSc, FACOS4
1UNC School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, 2Dept of Urology, NYU Langone Health, New York City, NY, USA, 3Dept of Population Health, NYU Langone Health, New York City, NY, USA, 4Dept of Urology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, 5Dept of Hematology/Oncology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, 6Dept of Radiology, NYU Langone Health, New York City, NY, USA
21
Sat
Poster #148

VARIATION IN ESTIMATED GFR VALUES PRIOR TO NEPHRECTOMY BASED ON CYSTATIN C, CKD-EPI, COCKCROFT-GAULT, AND MDRD FORMULAS


Gordon Hong, Mark Henry, Fangyi Lin, Ian Cooke, Farha Pirani, Dattatraya Patil, Kenneth Ogan, Michael Connor, Mehmet Bilen, Donald Harvey, Viraj Master
21
Sat
Poster #149

SINGLE-INSTITUTION RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF PATIENTS UNDERGOING RADICAL NEPHROURETERECTOMY FOR ADVANCED UPPER TRACT UROTHELIAL CARCINOMA (UTUC)


Robert Wilson1, Rahul Dutta, MD1, Ashok Hemal, MD1, Tim Craven2, Ram Pathak, MD1
1Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center Department of Urology, 2Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center Department of Biostatistics
21
Sat
Poster #150

IMPACT OF VARIANT HISTOLOGY ON SURVIVAL AND RESPONSE TO CHEMOTHERAPY IN PATIENTS WITH UPPER TRACT UROTHELIAL CARCINOMA


Wilson Sui, MD, Daniel A. Barocas, MD, Sam S. Chang, MD, David F. Penson, MD, MPH, Matthew J. Resnick, MD, MMHC, Aaron A. Laviana, MD
Department of Urology, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
21
Sat
Poster #151

MOVING AWAY FROM MANNITOL INFUSION FOR PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY: HAS THERE BEEN ANY EFFECT ON RENAL FUNCTION?


Jeffrey Wei1, George Wayne2, Kennedy Okhawere3, Vivian Wong1, Elias Atri1, Juan Cedeno2, Amr Elbakry3, Bheesham Dayal3, Akshay Bhandari2, Ketan Badani3
1Florida International University, College of Medicine, 2Mount Sinai Medical Center, Miami Beach, FL, 3Mount Sinai Hospital, New York
21
Sat
Poster #152

CD8 T-CELL INFILTRATION PREDICTS PROGRESSION IN RENAL CELL CARCINOMA AND STRATIFIES LOW AND HIGH-RISK PATIENTS WITH STAGE III DISEASE


Caroline Jansen1, Nataliya Prokhnevska1, Maria Cardenas1, Viraj Master1, Jennifer Carlisle2, Asim Bilen2, Scott Wilkinson3, Ross Lake3, Adam Sowalsky3, Adeboye Osunkoya4, Patrick Mullane4, Carla Ellis3, Adriana Reyes1, Yuan Liu5, Haydn Kissick1
1Dept of Urology, Emory University, 2Dept of Hematology and Oncology, Emory University, 3Laboratory of Genitourinary Cancer Pathogenesis, National Cancer Institute, 4Dept of Pathology, Emory University, 5Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University
21
Sat
Poster #153

COMBINATION THERAPY FOR METASTATIC RENAL CELL CARCINOMA:  A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND NETWORK METANALYSIS


Muhammad Umar Alam, MD1, Mark Bandyk, MD1, Gautam Shiva2, Daniel Norez2, Jatinder Kumar, MD2, karthik Taneru, MD2, Hariharan Ganapathi, MD2, Shahriar Koochekpour3, Soroush Bazargani, MD4, Seyedbehzad Jazayeri, MD2, Kethandapatti Balaji, MD2
1University of Florida Jacksonville, 2University of Florida, Jacksonville, 3University of Florida, 4University of FLorida, Jacksonville
21
Sat
Poster #154

COMPARISON OF WIDE LOCAL EXCISION VERSUS MOHS MICROGRAPHIC SURGERY FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF GENITOPERINEAL EXTRAMAMMARY PAGET DISEASE: A SINGLE CENTER CASE SERIES.


Judy Hamad1, Mark Fowler2, Sagar Patel1, Paul Googe3, Brad Figler4
1University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC, 2Department of Pathology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, 3Department of Dermatology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, 4Department of Urology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
21
Sat
Poster #155

PROGNOSIS AND SURVIVAL OUTCOME FOR PRIMARY URETHRAL MELANOMA IN A LARGE POPULATION DATABASE


Sagar Patel, BS1,2, Matthew Johnson, MD3, Robinson Myra, MSPH4, Caitlin Hensel, BS4, Asim Amin, MD, PhD5, Peter Clark, MD1, Stephen Riggs, MD1
1Atrium Health, Charlotte, NC, 2University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, 3Carolinas Pathology Group, Charlotte, North Carolina, 4Department of Biostatistics, Levine Cancer Institute, Atrium Health, Charlotte, North Carolina, 5Levine Cancer Institute, Atrium Health, Charlotte, North Carolina
21
Sat
Poster #156

EPIDEMIOLOGY AND SURVIVAL OUTCOMES OF ADULT KIDNEY, BLADDER, PROSTATE RHABDOMYOSARCOMA: A SEER DATABASE ANALYSIS


Sagar Patel, BS1,2, Caitlin Hensel, BS3, Jiaxian He, MS3, Matt Ellis, BS1,2, William Worrilow, BA3, James Kearns, MD4, Kris Gaston, MD4, Peter Clark, MD4, Stephen Riggs, MD4
1Atrium Health, Charlotte, NC, 2University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, 3Department of Cancer Biostatistics, Levine Cancer Institute/Atrium Health, Charlotte, NC, 4Department of Urology, Levine Cancer Institute/Atrium Health, Charlotte, NC
21
Sat
Poster #157

ROBOTIC RETROPERITONEAL LYMPH NODE DISSECTION CAN BE SAFETELY APPLIED IN A COMMUNITY-BASED, TERTIARY HOSPITAL SETTING


Hamza Beano, William Blair Townsend, Jared Brown, Caroline LU, Peter Clark, Stephen Riggs
Department of Urology, Carolinas Medical Center/Atrium Health
21
Sat
Poster #158

DELAYED RADICAL ORCHIECTOMY FOLLOWING PRIMARY CHEMOTHERAPY FOR ADVANCED TESTICULAR GERM CELL TUMORS


Arvind Krishnan, MD1,2, Michael Dineen, MD1,2, Ali Khan2, Wade Sexton, MD2
1Morsani College of Medicine, University of South Florida, 12901 Bruce B. Downs Blvd, Tampa, FL, 2Department of Genitourinary Oncology, Moffitt Cancer Center, 12902 Magnolia Drive, Tampa, FL
Concurrent Session 4 of 4  
21
Sat
7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.
Prostate Cancer II Poster Session
Location: Waldorf Astoria Ballroom
Moderators:
Thomas Andrew Longo, MD
Raleigh, NC


Jonathan Silberstein, MD, MBA, FACS
New Orleans, LA
21
Sat
Poster #159

Prostate cancer in elderly – Natural history and Prostate cancer-specific mortality


muhammad umar alam, MD1, Daniel Norez2, Gautam Shiva3, Jatinder Kumar, MD2, karthik tanneru, MD2, Mark Bandyk, MD4, kethanapatti Balaji, MD4
1university of florida jacksonville, 2university of Florida, Jacksonville, 3university of Florida, jacksonville, 4University of Florida, Jacksonville
21
Sat
Poster #160

STRATIFICATION OF POTENCY OUTCOMES FOLLOWING ROBOT ASSISTED LAPAROSCOPIC RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY BASED ON AGE, PREOPERATIVE POTENCY AND NERVE SPARING (NS) APPROACH- A SINGLE SURGEON SERIES.


Seetharam Bhat Kulthe Ramesh, Fellow, Marcio Moschovas, Fellow, Fikret Onol, Fellow, Travis Rogers, Fellow, Cathy Jenson, Coordinator, Vipul Patel, Director
Global robotics institute
21
Sat
Poster #161

DOES OBESITY AFFECT PELVIC LYMPH NODE DISSECTION YIELD IN HIGH RISK PROSTATE CANCER?


Kevin Parikh, MD1, Ricky Bateh1, Giovanni Gonzalez, MD1, Amanda Myers, MD1, Colleen Ball, MS2, Raymond Pak, MD, MBA1
1Mayo Clinic, Department of Urology, Jacksonville, FL, 2Mayo Clinic, Division of Biomedical Statistics and Informatics, Jacksonville, FL
21
Sat
Poster #162

HOW QUICKLY DOES THE LEARNING CURVE IMPROVE USING MP MRI US FUSION PROSTATE BIOPSY? A COMPARISON BETWEEN PATIENTS IN TWO CONSECUTIVE YEARS


DANIEL ZAPATA, UROLOGY RESIDENT, PATRICK PROBST, UROLOGY RESIDENT, STEPHEN LEGG, UROLOGY RESIDENT, MARLEY KRISTEN, UROLOGY RESIDENT, DANIEL PETERS, MEDICAL STUDENT, RAYMOND XU, MEDICAL STUDENT, ZACHARY SHERMAN, MEDICAL STUDENT, ANTHONY PATTERSON, ASOCIATE PROFESSOR, CHRISTOPHER LEDBETTER, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, ROBERT WAKE, CHAIRMAN
UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE
21
Sat
Poster #163

DIAGNOSTIC ACCURACY OF MULTIPARAMETRIC PROSTATE MRI DETECTING EXTRAPROSTATIC EXTENSION IN MEN WITH INTERMEDIATE AND HIGH-RISK PROSTATE CANCER


Fernando Arroyo, MD, Ricardo Sanchez-Ortiz, MD
Robotic Urology and Oncology Institute and Division of Urology, University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine
21
Sat
Poster #164

PREDICTORS OF UPGRADING ON RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY SPECIMENS: ANALYSIS FROM THE SEER ACTIVE SURVEILLANCE/WATCHFUL WAITING DATABASE


Rashid Sayyid, MD1, John Benton2, Atul Lodh2, Katherine Miller, MD1, Hanan Goldberg, MD3, Rabii Madi, MD1, Martha Terris, MD1, Christopher Wallis, MD, PhD4, Zachary Klaassen, MD, MSc1
1Section of Urology, Department of Surgery, Medical College of Georgia-Augusta University, Augusta, GA, 2School of Medicine, Medical College of Georgia-Augusta University, Augusta, GA, 3Department of Urology, Upstate University Hospital, Syracuse, NY, 4Department of Urologic Surgery, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN
21
Sat
Poster #165

PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS AND IMPACT OF 18F FLUCICLOVINE PET CT ON THE MANAGEMENT OF MEN WITH RECURRENT PROSTATE CANCER


Jamie Michael1, Amir Khandani, MD2, Hung-Jui Tan, MD3, Eric Wallen, MD, FACS3, Trevor Royce, MD, MPh4, Young Whang, MD, PHD3, Marc A. Bjurlin, DO, MSc, FACOS3
1UNC School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, 2UNC Department of Radiology, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, 3UNC Department of Urology, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, 4UNC Department of Radiation Oncology, Chapel Hill, NC, USA
21
Sat
Poster #166

LONG-TERM OUTCOMES OF TWO-STEP PRE-BRACHYTHERAPY TRANSURETHRAL SURGERY IN PATIENTS WITH BLADDER OUTLET OBSTRUCTION AND LOW-TO-INTERMEDIATE RISK PROSTATE CANCER


Obafunbi Abimbola1, Allie Walsh, P.A.C1, Dereck McHaffie, MD2, Michael Haake, MD2, Chris Teigland, MD1, James Kearns, MD1
1Atrium Health Department of Urology, 2Atrium Health Department of Radiation Oncology
21
Sat
Poster #167

INITIAL RESULTS OF MRI BASED PROSTATE BRACHYTHERAPY: EXPLORING VIABLE, COST-EFFECTIVE, AND SUPERIOR ALTERNATIVE TO TRUS BASED SURGERY


Eric Wendel, MD, Raj Mitra, PhD, Jacob Anderson, MD, Troy Scroggins, MD
Ochsner Medical Center
21
Sat
Poster #168

HOW TUMOR SPECIFIC CD8 T CELL ACTIVATION IN DRAINING LYMPH NODES SUPPORTS THE ANTI-TUMOR CD8 T CELL RESPONSE 


Nataliya Prokhnevska, Rajesh Valanparambil, Caroline Jansen, Viraj Master, Martin Sanda, Haydn Kissick
Emory University
21
Sat
Poster #169

LATE DOSING OF LUTEINIZING HORMONE-RELEASING HORMONE AGONISTS AND TESTOSTERONE LEVELS >20NG/DL IN PROSTATE CANCER


Vahan Kassabian, Director1, Stuart Atkinson, VP Medical Affairs2, Deborah Boldt-Houle, Director of Medical Affairs2, Lucio Gordan, President3
1Atlanta Prostate Center and Advanced Therapeutics, 2Tolmar Pharmaceuticals, Inc, 3Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute
21
Sat
Poster #170

WHOLE GLAND CRYOABLATION OF THE PROSTATE: SIXTEEN YEAR EXPERIENCE AT A SINGLE INSTITUTION


Elizabeth Tourville, Daniel Zapata, Monica O'Hanlon, Brad Houston, Chrissy Callaway, Anthony Patterson, Robert Wake
University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center, Department of Urology, Memphis, TN
Concurrent Sessions End  
21
Sat
8:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
Montague Boyd Essay Contest
Moderator:
David F. Penson, MD, MPH
Nashville, TN
21
Sat
8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Gee-Dineen Health Policy Forum 2: The Urologic Physician Workforce from Training to Retirement
Moderator:
Chad W.M. Ritenour, MD
Atlanta, GA
21
Sat
8:30 a.m. - 8:50 a.m.
Preparing Trainees for Practice
Location: Crescent City Ballroom
Panelist:
Chad W.M. Ritenour, MD
Atlanta, GA
21
Sat
8:50 a.m. - 9:10 a.m.
Onboarding Into a New Practice
Location: Crescent City Ballroom
Panelist:
John Patrick Selph, MD
Birmingham, AL
21
Sat
9:10 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Sustaining a Practice and Finding New Opportunities
Location: Crescent City Ballroom
Panelist:
Angela B. Smith, MD, MS
Chapel Hill, NC
21
Sat
9:30 a.m. - 9:50 a.m.
Transitioning Roles and Preparing for Retirement
Location: Crescent City Ballroom
Panelist:
James Brantley Thrasher, MD, FACS
Charlottesville, VA
21
Sat
9:50 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Discussion/Q&A
Location: Crescent City Ballroom
21
Sat
10:30 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.
Break/Visit Exhibits
Location: Roosevelt Ballroom
21
Sat
10:45 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
International Volunteerism Program: Resident Reports
Moderators:
Martin K. Dineen, MD, FACS
Daytona Beach, FL


Lorie G. Fleck, MD
Mobile, AL
Presenter:
To Be Determined
21
Sat
11:00 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.
State-of-the-Art: What does the urologist need to know about infertility?
Moderator:
Wayne J. G. Hellstrom, MD, FACS
New Orleans, LA
Guest Speaker:
Peter N. Schlegel, MD, FACS
New York, NY
21
Sat
11:45 a.m. - 11:55 a.m.
Best Video Viewing and Award Presentation
Moderator:
David D. Thiel, MD
Jacksonville, FL
21
Sat
11:55 a.m. - 1:10 p.m.
Industry Sponsored Lunch Symposium
Location: Waldorf Astoria Ballroom
21
Sat
1:10 p.m. - 1:40 p.m.
State-of-the-Art Lecture: Therapeutic Alternatives During BCG Shortage
Speaker:
Wade J. Sexton, MD
Tampa, FL
21
Sat
1:40 p.m. - 2:20 p.m.
Presidential Lecture: Testosterone Therapy A 2020 Perspective
Introducer:
Glenn M. Preminger, MD
Durham, NC
Presidential Guest Speaker:
Peter N. Schlegel, MD, FACS
New York, NY
21
Sat
2:20 p.m. - 2:50 p.m.
Break/Visit Exhibits
Location: Roosevelt Ballroom
21
Sat
2:50 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.
Panel Discussion: Vaginal Prolapse: What a “Mesh”: Following the FDA Mesh Actions, Who Should Get What?
Moderator:
Eric Scott Rovner, MD
Charleston, SC
21
Sat
 
Vaginal Repair
Panelist:
J. Christian Winters, MD, FACS
New Orleans, LA
21
Sat
 
Colpocleisis
Panelist:
William S. Reynolds, MD, MPH, FACS
Nashville, TN
21
Sat
 
Robotics
Panelist:
Katie Nicole Ballert, MD
Lexington, KY
21
Sat
 
Pessary
Panelist:
M. Louis Moy, MD
Gainesville, FL
21
Sat
3:30 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.
Discussion / Q&A
21
Sat
3:45 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Hector Henry Memorial Lecture: Urotrauma
Speaker:
Andrew Charles Peterson, MD, FACS
Durham, NC
21
Sat
4:00 p.m. - 4:45 p.m.
Panel Discussion: New Robotic Technologies
Moderator:
Li-Ming Su, MD
Gainesville, FL
21
Sat
 
Novel Robotic Microsurgical Platforms
Panelist:
Sijo J. Parekattil, MD
Clermont, FL
21
Sat
 
New Lap Platforms
Panelist:
Craig Andrew Peters, MD
Dallas, TX
21
Sat
 
Future Devices and Technology
Panelist:
Nicholas Kavoussi, MD
Nashville, TN
21
Sat
6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
2020 SESAUA Closing Reception
Location: Roosevelt Promenade