Thursday, September 18, 2014

Brady Presentations at the Mid-Atlantic American Urological Association Meeting, 2014



The Mid-Atlantic Section of the American Urological Association has met annually since 1941. This year the meeting is in Baltimore and offers the opportunity for urologists in practice, small and large hospitals to meet, share ideas and build lasting relationships. This year the Brady Urological Institute is well-represented. Some of the highlights include:
Arthur L. Burnett, MD, MBA
  • A special topic lecture by Arthur Burnett on the "Efficacy of Early Penile Rehabilitation Following Radical Prostatectomy: Myth or Reality," Thursday, 3pm.
  • Point/Counterpoint sessions led by:
    • Stephen Schatz on Endoscopic Management of BPH, Friday, 10:45am
    • Trinity Bivalacqua on BCG Refractory Superficial Bladder Cancer, Friday, 4:00pm
  • Video Case Discussion of laparoscopic and robotic complications by Christian Pavlovich and Misop Han
In addition, faculty members, research fellows and residents will be giving over 25 podium and poster presentations over the course of three days. 

A full schedule of the Brady events are listed below.
To see the full listing of presentations and abstracts click here


ThurSDAY, September 18

SCIENTIFIC SESSION 1: 2-3pm

6. Percent Lymph Node Involvement Predicts Mortality after Inguinal Lymph Node Dissection for Penile Cancer. Mark W. Ball, Joan Ko, Deborah Kaye, George Netto, Stephania Bezerra, Arthur L Burnett, Trinity Bivalacqua.

MODERATED POSTER SESSION 1: 2-3pm

MP7.     Sickle Cell Disease in Priapism: Disparities in Care? Gregory A. Joice, Max Kates, Nikolai Sopko, Johanna Hannan, Trinity Bivalacqua.
MP9. Quantification of Feulgen Stain (DNA) Nuclear Morphometry Predicts Prostate Cancer Aggressiveness. Aniq ur rehman Gajdhar, Guangjing Zhul, James E. Verdone, Christine Davis, Jonathan I. Epstein, Robert W. Veltri.
MP11.     A Human Prostatic Bacterial Isolate Alters the Prostatic Microenvironment and Accelerates Prostate Cancer Progression. Brian W. Simonsl, Nicholas M. Durham, Tullia Bruno, Joseph Grosso, Anthony Schaeffer, Ashley E. Ross, Paula Hurley, David M. Berman, Charles G. Drakel, Praveen Thumbikaf, Edward M. Schaeffer.

DISPLAY POSTERS: 2P-8P

P5. Rnaseh2a Roles In Regulating Prostate Cancer Cell Cycle And Survival. Zhenhua Huang, Sr., Edward Schaeffer, Sr., Ashley Ross.
P15. Priapism Impact Profile (PIP) Questionnaire: Development and Initial Evaluation. Arthur L Burnett, Uzoma A. Anele, Irene N. Trueheart.
P17. Identification of Men With The Highest Risk of Early Disease Recurrence After Radical Prostatectomy. Debasish Sundi, Vinson Wang, Phillip M. Pierorazio, Misop Han, Alan W. Partin, Phuoc Tran, Ashley E. Ross, Trinity Bivalacqua.
P19. Robotic Retroperitoneal Lymph Node Dissection for Clinical Stage I NSGCT: Initial Study of Feasibility and Comparative Analysis. Mark W. Ball, GautamJayram, MichaelA. Gorin, Phillip M. Pierorazio, Mohamad E. Allaf.
P20. Grade Reclassification on Active Surveillance: Age Matters. Jeffrey Tosoian, Bruce Trock, Max Kates, Patricia Landis,Jonathan I. Epstein, H. Ballentine Carter.
P23. National Resource Utilization In Radical Cystectomy For Bladder Cancer. Jen Jane Liu, Nilay Gandhi, Christian Pavlovich, Trinity Bivalacqua.
P24. Glycolysis Is Necessary For Cell Motility And Cytoskeleton Remodeling In Epithelial To Mesenchymal Transition In Prostate Cancer Cells. Takumi Shiraish P,Jessie Huang, James E. Verdone, James Hernandez', Steven M. Mooney, StevenS. An, Kennth J. Pienta.
P25. Predicting the Risk of Non Organ Confined Prostate Cancer When Perineural Invasion Is Found on Biopsy. Michael A. Gorin, Heather Chalfin, Jonathan I. Epstein, Zhaoyong Feng, Alan W. Partin, Bruce Trock.
P27. Secondary Re Closure in Classic Bladder Exstrophy: The Johns Hopkins Experience. Brian M. Inouye, Heather N. DiCarlo, Ezekiel E. Young, Ali Tourchi,John Gearhart.

SPECIAL TOPIC LECTURE: 3-345p

"Efficacy of Early Penile Rehabilitation Following Radical Prostatectomy: Myth or Reality" -- Presenter: Arthur Burnett, M.D.

SCIENTIFIC SESSION 2: 330-4pm


8. 5-year Analysis of A MultiInstitutional, Prospective Clinical Trial of Delayed Intervention And Surveillance For Small Renal Masses: The Dissrm Registry. Phillip M. Pierorazio, MichaelA. Gorin, Mark W. Ball, Bruce Trock, Mohamad E. Allaf.
14. Do PreBiopsy Rectal Swabs for FluoroquiQolone Resistance Reduce Prostate BiopsyRelated Infections? Jason E. Michaud, Aniq Gajdhar, Lucinda Robinson, Stephen M. Schatz, Pravin K. Rao, E. James Wright, Christian P. Pavlovich.

MODERATED POSTER SESSION 2: 3:45-4-45pm

MP14. Phenotypic Heterogeneity in Small Renal Masses. Mark W. Ball, Stephania Bezerra, Michael A. Gorin, Christian P. Pavlovich, Phillip M. Pierorazio, George]. Netto, Mohamad E. Allaf.
MP16. Risk Factors for IntraProstatic Incision Into Malignant Glands at Radical Prostatectomy Nathaniel Readal, SungWoo Park, Bruce Trock, Elizabeth Humphreys, Jonathan I. Epstein, Alan W. Partin, Misop Han.
MP17. Predict Prostate Cancer Aggression with Multiple Biomarkers Using a Novel Quantitative Tissue Immunoassay. Guangjing Zhul, Zhi Uu, Christhunesa S. Christudass,Jonathan I. Epstein, Hui Zhang, Joon Yong Chung, Stephen M. Hewitt, Robert W. Veltri.
MPI5. Erectile Dysfunction after Recurrent Ischemic Priapism in Patients With and Without Sickle Cell Disease: A Characterization and Comparative Analysis of Risk Factors. Uzoma A. Anele, Irene N. Trueheart, Arthur L Burnett.
MP22. The Financial Impact of Robotic Technology for Partial and Radical Nephrectomy. Max Kates, Mark W. Ball, Hiten D. Patel, Michael A. Gorin, PhillipP. Pierorazio, Mohamad E. Allaf.
MP24. Increased a actin and TGFj31 Levels in Bladder Exstrophy Smooth Muscle Cells. Ezekiel E. Young', Eric Z Massanyi, Heather DiCarlo, Brian Inouye, John P. Gearhart, Larissa A. Shimoda.

FRIDAY, September 19

SCIENTIFIC SESSION 3: 745-9am

21. Long:-term Erectile Function Outcomes of Patients In A Randomized Controlled Trial of Nightly Vs OnDemand Penile Rehabilitation With Sildenafil After Nerve sparing Radical Prostatectomy. Nilay M. Gandhi, Lynda Z. Mettee, Zhaoyong Feng, Bruce Trock, Christian P. Pavlovich.
22. Variability in Medicare Utilization and Payment Among Urologists. Joan S. Ko, Heather Chalfin, Bruce Trock, Zhaoyong Feng, Elizabeth Humphreys, Sung-Woo Park, H. Ballentine Carter, Misop Han.

POINT-COUNTERPOINT: 1045-1130am

Endoscopic Management of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH):Greenlight KTP laser vs. Bipolar TURP -- Moderator: Stephen Schatz, MD
Greenlight KTP: Gregg Eure, M.D. Urology of Virginia, Virginia Beach, VA
Bipolar TURP: William Jaffe, M.D. Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA

VIDEO CASE PANEL DISCUSSION: 2-3pm

Management of Intraoperative Laparoscopic and Robotic Complications (or what to do when the sh.. hits the fan)
Moderators: Misop Han, M.D., Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD; Christian Pavlovich, M.D., Johns Hopkins, Baltimore, MD
Panelists:
David Chen, M.D., Fox Chase Cancer Center, Rockledge, PA
Costas Lallas, M.D., Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA
Thomas Jarrett, M.D., George Washington University, Washington, DC

SCIENTIFIC SESSION 4: 3-4pm

25. Robotic Simple Prostatectomy for Symptomatic Large-Gland BPH: Safety, Feasibility, and Comparative Analysis. Mark W. Ball, GautamJayram, Christian P. Pavlovich, Misop Han.
28. Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy Prediction of Extravesical Cancer Control Based Off Pathologic Staging. Nilay M. Gandhi, Alex Baras,Jen Jane-Uu, Mark Schoenberg, George Netto, Trinity Bivalacqua.
30. African American Race is Associated with Adverse Oncologic Outcomes Following Prostatectomy: LongrTerm Follow Up. Farzana Faisal, Debasish Sundi, Ashley     Ross, Elizabeth R Humphreys, Alan W. Partin, Misop Han, Edward M. Schaeffer.

POINT-COUNTERPOINT: 4-445pm

BCG Refractory Superficial Bladder Cancer: Early Cystectomy vs.Salvage Intravesical Therapy
Moderators: Matthew Kaag, M.D., Penn State Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, PA
Early Cystectomy: Thomas Guzzo, M.D., University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Salvage Intravesical Therapy: Trinity Bivalacqua, M.D., Ph.D., Johns Hopkins Medical Center, Baltimore, MD

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