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Phillip Mucksavage,

Phillip Mucksavage

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Assistant Professor of Clinical Urology in Surgery
Department: Surgery

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Division of Urology
Penn Medicine at Washington Square
800 Walnut Street, 19th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Office: 215-454-3409
Fax: 215-829-5855
University of Pennsylvania (Summa cum Laude), 2000.
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons (Alpha Omega Alpha), 2004.
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Selected Publications

Ziemba Justin B, Sterling Matthew E, Mucksavage Phillip: Care of acute renal colic: a survey of emergency medicine physicians. The Canadian journal of urology 23(4): 8368-74, Aug 2016.

Strother MC, Mucksavage P.: Minimally Invasive Techniques for the Management of Adult UPJ Obstruction. Cur Urol Rep 2016.

Pietzak Eugene J, Mucksavage Phillip, Guzzo Thomas J, Malkowicz S Bruce: Heavy Cigarette Smoking and Aggressive Bladder Cancer at Initial Presentation. Urology 86(5): 968-72, Nov 2015.

Saleheen Danish, Scott Robert, Javad Sundas, Zhao Wei, Rodrigues Amrith, Picataggi Antonino, Lukmanova Daniya, Mucksavage Megan L, Luben Robert, Billheimer Jeffery, Kastelein John J P, Boekholdt S Matthijs, Khaw Kay-Tee, Wareham Nick, Rader Daniel J: Association of HDL cholesterol efflux capacity with incident coronary heart disease events: a prospective case-control study. The lancet. Diabetes & endocrinology 3(7): 507-13, Jul 2015.

Lee Ziho, Lightfoot Andrew J, Mucksavage Phillip, Lee David I: Can robot-assisted radical prostatectomy be taught to chief residents and fellows without affecting operative outcomes? Prostate international 3(2): 47-50, Jun 2015.

Pietzak EJ, Mucksavage P, Guzzo TJ, Malkowicz SB.: Heavy Cigarette Smoking and Aggressive Bladder Cancer at Initial Presentation. Urology 2015.

Lamin E, Smith ZL, Ramchandani P, Coronel M, Mucksavage P: Intrarenal Splenosis Diagnosed in an Incidentally Found Left Renal Mass. Urology Case Rep. 2015.

Denburg MR, Jemielita TO, Tasian GE, Haynes K, Mucksavage P, Shults J, Copelovitch L.: Assessing the risk of incident hypertension and chronic kidney disease after exposure to shockwave lithotripsy and ureteroscopy. Kidney Int. 2015 Notes:

Pietzak Eugene J, Kabarriti Abdo E, Mucksavage Phillip, Bavaria Thomas, Van Arsdalen Keith, Malkowicz S Bruce, Wein Alan J, Guzzo Thomas J: The presence of high-grade prostatic intraepithelial neoplasia or atypia on prostate biopsy does not adversely affect prostatectomy outcomes for patients otherwise eligible for active surveillance. Urology 84(6): 1442-7, Dec 2014.

Pietzak Eugene J, Resnick Matthew J, Mucksavage Philip, Van Arsdalen Keith, Wein Alan J, Malkowicz S Bruce, Guzzo Thomas J: Multiple repeat prostate biopsies and the detection of clinically insignificant cancer in men with large prostates. Urology 84(2): 380-5, Aug 2014.

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