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Puneet Masson, MD

Puneet Masson, MD

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Assistant Professor of Urology in Surgery at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and the Presbyterian Medical Center of Philadelphia
Department: Surgery

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Division of Urology
Penn Presbyterian Medical Center
51 North 39th Street, Ste. 300, MOB
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-662-8699
Fax: 215-243-2060
B.A. (Anthropology & Biology)
Brown University, 2001.
Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 2006.
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Selected Publications

Oberlin DT, Masson P, Brannigan RE.: Testosterone Replacement Therapy and the Internet: An Assessment of Providers' Health-related Web Site Information Content. Urology. 85(4): 814-8, Apr. 2015.

Swanson DE, Polackwich AS, Helfand BT, Masson P, Hwong J, Dugi DD 3rd, Martinez Acevedo AC, Hedges JC, McVary KT.: Penile fracture: outcomes of early surgical intervention. Urology. 84(5): 1117-21, Nov. 2014.

Masson P, Brannigan RE.: The varicocele. Urologic Clinics of North America 41(1): 129-144, Feb. 2014.

Osterberg EC, Ramasamy R, Masson P, Brannigan RE.: Current practices in fertility preservation in male cancer patients. Urology Annals 6(1): 13-17, Jan. 2014.

Chan JL, Masson P.: Expert Comment: Fertility issues in cancer survivorship. PracticeUpdate.com 2014.

Pearl JA, Berhanu D, Fran├žois N, Masson P, Zargaroff S, Cashy J, McVary KT.: Testosterone supplementation does not worsen lower urinary tract symptoms. J Urol. 190(5): 1828-33, Nov. 2013.

Masson P, Gerber JA, Brannigan RE.: Fertility preservation in the male: from childhood to adulthood. Minerva Ginecol. 64(6): 461-75, Dec. 2012.

Barone MA, Awori QD, Li PS, Simba RO, Weaver MA, Okech JO, Aduda AO, Cherutich P, Muraguri N, Wekesa JM, Nyanchoka J, Perchal P, Masson P, Lee R, Goldstein M, Kioko J, Lusi O, Sokal DC.: Randomized trial of the shang ring for adult male circumcision with removal at one to three weeks: delayed removal leads to detachment. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr. 60(3): e82-9, July 2012.

Barone MA, Ndede F, Li PS, Masson P, Awori Q, Okech J, Cherutich P, Muraguri N, Perchal P, Lee R, Kim HH, Goldstein M.: The Shang Ring Device for Adult Male Circumcision: A Proof of Concept Study in Kenya. . J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr. 57(1): e7-12, May 2011.

Masson P, Li PS, Barone MA, Goldstein M.: The Shang Ring device for simplified adult circumcision. Nat Rev Urol. 7(11): 638-42, Nov. 2010.

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