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Research

Dr. Lipshultz' Current Urological Projects

Overview
Dr. Lipshultz' research is outstanding in the field of urology. Throughout his career his team has comprised of over 100 Academic Fellows, 100's of Medical Students, 100's of Residents, and several full time Research Coordinators. Together his team is responsible for producing over 350 published peer-reviewed manuscripts. Articles published cover a large variety of topics from hormonal replacement to microsurgery. These studies are inclusive of a wide number of patients, ranging from single case studies to databases containing over 10,000 individuals. Dr. Lipshultz' team has modernized data analysis with use of computer automated techniques. His data has undergone programmatic analysis eliminating human error and resource wasting. The quality, quantity and impact of Dr. Lisphultz' research stands unmatched, undoubtedly his work will have unforeseen impact on the future generations to come.


Dr. Lipshultz: Research and The Urology Care Foundation



Projects:



The significance of insulin-like factor 3 asa marker of intratesticular testosterone

The treatment of hypogonadisim men of reproductive age

A positive role for anabolic androgenic steroids:preventing metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes mellitus

Fluorescence in situ hybridizationdetects increased sperm aneuploidyin men with recurrent pregnancy loss

Nomogram to Preoperatively Predict the Probability of RequiringEpididymovasostomy During Vasectomy Reversal

The Relationship Between Anogenital Distance and Reproductive Hormone Levels in Adult Men

Phase 2b Study of the Clinical Efficacy and Safety of Collagenase Clostridium Histolyticum in Patients With Peyronie Disease

Concomitant Intramuscular Human Chorionic Gonadotropin Preserves Spermatogenesis in Men Undergoing Testosterone Replacement Therapy

Anabolic Steroid Induced Hypogonadism in Young Men

Impact of the 2012 American Urological Association Vasectomy Guidelines on Post-Vasectomy Outcomes

Testosterone Supplementation Versus Clomiphene Citratefor Hypogonadism: An Age Matched Comparison of Satisfaction and Efficacy

AUA Guideline on the Diagnosis and Treatment of Cryptorchidism

Interaction between oviductal epithelial cells andspermatozoa underlies a systems biologyapproach to treating infertility

Testosterone Therapy after Radiation Therapy for Low,Intermediate and High Risk Prostate Cancer

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Vasectomy Reversal Outcomes in Men Previously on Testosterone Supplementation Therapy

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Association Between the Presence of Sperm in the Vasal Fluid During Vasectomy Reversal and Postoperative Patency: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

The History of Microsurgery in Urology

Association of Free Testosterone WithHypogonadal Symptoms in Men WithNear-normal Total Testosterone Levels

Association of Free Testosterone With Hypogonadal Symptoms in Men With Near-normal Total Testosterone Levels

Re: Does Varicocele Repair Improve Male Infertility?An Evidence-Based Perspective From a Randomized,Controlled Trial

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Relationship between advanced paternal age and male fertility highlights an impending paradigm shift in reproductive biology

Re: Gonadal Steroids and Body Composition, Strength,and Sexual Function in Men

In Older Men an Optimal Plasma Testosterone Is Associated With Reduced All-cause Mortality and Higher Dihydrotestosterone with Reduced Ischemic Heart Disease Mortality, While Estradiol Levels Do Not Predict Mortality

Elevated Serum Estradiol Is Associated with Higher Libido in Men on Testosterone Supplementation Therapy

Re: Advanced Paternal Age and Mortality of Offspring Under Five Years of Age: A Register-based Cohort Study

Re: Increased Risk of Non-fatal Myocardial Infarction Following Testosterone Therapy Prescription in Men

Re: Tadalafil for Prevention of Erectile Dysfunction After Radiotherapy for Prostate Cancer: The Radiation Therapy Oncology Group [0831] Randomized Clinical Trial

Re: Testosterone Lab Testing and Initiation in the United Kingdom and the United States, 2000 to 2011

Effect of Testosterone Supplementation on Symptoms in Men with Hypogonadism

Re: Incidence of Prostate Cancer in Hypogonadal Men Receiving Testosterone Therapy: Observations from 5-Year Median Followup of 3 Registries

The evidence for seasonal variations of testosterone in men

A call for institutional policies on postmortem sperm retrieval

Men regret anabolic steroid use due to a lack of comprehension regarding the consequences on future fertility

Men regret anabolic steroid use due to a lack of comprehension regarding the consequences on future fertility

Effects of cigarette smoking on erectile dysfunction

Microscopic visualization ofintravasal spermatozoa is positively associated with patency after bilateral microsurgical vasovasostomy

Anogenital distance as a measure of human male fertility

Hypogonadal symptoms in young men areassociated with a serum total testosterone threshold of 400 ng/dL

Clinical effcacy of collagenaseClostridiumhistolyticumin the treatment of Peyronies disease by subgroup: results from two large, double-blind,randomized, placebo-controlled, phase III studies

Mixed associations observed between advanced paternal age and psychiatric morbidity in offspring

Emerging concepts in erectile preservation following radicalprostatectomy: a guide for clinicians

IGF-1 levels are significantly correlated with patient-reportedmeasures of sexual function

Increased cancer risk and azoospermia

Testosterone replacement therapy in the setting of prostate cancer treated with radiation

Depression is correlated with the psychological and physical aspects of sexual dysfunction in men

The relationship between anogenital distance andazoospermia in adult men

Cancer Risk among Children Born after Assisted Conception

The safety of testosterone supplementation therapy in prostate cancer

The effects of cigarette smoking on male fertility

Vasovasostomy: a step-by-step surgical technique video

Anabolic steroid–induced hypogonadism: diagnosis and treatment

Cysticfbrosis transmembrane regulator mutation and congenital bilateral absence of the vasdeferens: a bad combination for success fulintracytoplasmic sperm injection outcomes

Relationship between testosterone and sexualfunction in infertile men