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Fox Chase Cancer Center and Temple Health are pleased to announce the new Fox Chase-Temple Urologic Institute, a groundbreaking initiative that will concentrate on both benign and oncologic urology. With over 30 providers, the Institute ...
Complications post surgery can include the development of pelvic lymphoceles which patients may present infection or external leaks. Daniel Eun, MD, Fox Chase-Temple Urologic Institute Provider, discusses how to avoid and manage lymphoceles ...
Daniel Eun, MD, Fox Chase-Temple Urologic Institute Provider, provides an overview of buccal mucosa graft ureteroplasty procedure and pointers for providers looking to learn how to perfom.
Daniel Eun, MD, Michael Metro, MD, and other Fox Chase-Temple Urologic Institute Providers present a 53-year-old patient diagnosed with bilateral ureteral strictures from tuberculosis who undergoes a bilateral ureteral reconstruction.
Daniel D. Eun, MD, Michael J. Metro, MD and other providers from the Fox Chase-Temple Urologic Institiute present a 38-year-old patient diagnosed with an iatrogenic bladder injury who undergoes a Ureterovaginal Fistual repair.
Daniel Eun, MD, Fox Chase-Temple Urologic Institute Provider, discusses the advantages and disadvantages of Robotic Retzius Sparing Simple Prostatectomy when compared to Holmium Laser Enucleation of the Prostate (HoLEP)
Daniel Eun, MD, Fox Chase-Temple Urologic Institute Provider, discusses strategies for enabling complex robotic reconstruction of the upper urinary tract.
Daniel Eun, MD, Fox Chase-Temple Urologic Institute Provider, discusses the management of complications in robot-assisted surgery.
Daniel Eun, MD and other Fox Chase-Temple Urologic Institiute Providers present a 72-year-old patient diagnosed with a left-sided distal ureteral stricture who undergoes a ureteral reimplantation.
Temple robotic surgeons are making it possible for more patients to receive lifesaving therapies after being told they were out of options.
Retrocaval ureter is a rare congenital anomaly that we, as urologists, may treat only a handful of times in our careers. It’s a condition that is also conducive to robotic reconstruction as demonstrated by Temple’s Chief of Robotic Surgery, Daniel Eun, MD.
Dr. Joshua Cohn, Fox Chase-Temple Urologic Institute Provider, discusses urinary incontinence in women, focusing on the etiology, prevalence and diagnostic evaluation. He also discusses the various treatment options that may be most helpful for each patient.