Ariana L. Smith

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Associate Professor of Urology in Surgery at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania Hospital
Active Urologist, Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, PA
Active Urologist, Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA
Attending Urologist, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Faculty Member, Division of Urogynecology Fellowship
Director of Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, University of Pennsylvania Health System, Philadelphia, PA
Faculty, Good Shepard Penn Partners Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Residency, University of Pennsylvania Department of Physical Therapy
Director of Urology Residency Education, Pennsylvania Hospital
University of Pennsylvania Disciplinary Action Committee, University Of Pennsylvania
Department: Surgery

Contact information
Penn Medicine Washington Square
Division of Urology
800 Walnut Street
19th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Office: 215-829-3409
Fax: 215-829-5855
Education:
B.S. (Biology)
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY , 1998.
M.D.
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY, 2002.
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Description of Itmat Expertise

Overactive Bladder
Interstitial Cystitis
Urinary Incontinence
Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Selected Publications

Smith AL, Hantsoo L, Malykhina AP, Valentino R, Wein AJ, Epperson CN, : Basal and Stress activated HPA-Axis function in postmenopausal women with overactive bladder. (under review) 2015 (under review).

jelovsek E, (PFDN Smith AL): Models for predicting risk of recurrence, complications and overall health status in women following pelvic organ prolapse surgery. Floor Disorder Network 2015 (still under review).

Nitti VW, Mourtzinos A, Brucker BM, SUFU PAD TEST STUDY GROUP (SMITH AL). : Correlation of patient perception of pad with objective degree of incontinence in men with post prostatectomy incontinence Journal of Urology 192(3): 836-842, September 2014.

McMillian MT, Pan XQ, Smith AL, Newman DK, Weiss SR, Ruggieri Sr MR, Malykhina AP, : Coronavirus-induced demyelination of the neural pathways triggers neurogenic bladder overactivity in a mouse model of multiple screrosis. American Journal of Physiology: Renal Physiology 307(5): F6312-622, September 2014.

McMillan MT, Pan XQ, Smith AL, Newman DK, Weiss SR, Ruggieri Sr. MR, Malykhina AP. : Coronavirus-induced demyelination of the neural pathways triggers neurogenic bladder overactivity in a mouse model of multiple sclerosis. American Journal of Physiology: Renal Physiology 307(5): F612-622, September 2014.

Parrillo L, Ramchandani P, Smith AL : Can intrinsic sphincter deficiency be diagnosed with urodynamics? Urology Clinics of North America 41(3): 375-381, Aug 2014.

Morrisroe SN, Rodriguez LV, Wang PC, Smith AL, Trejo L, Sarkisian CA.: Correlates of 1-year incidence of urinary incontinence in older Latino adults enrolled in a community-based physical activity trial. Journal of the American Geriatric Society 62(4): 740-746, April 2014.

Andy UU, Harvie HS, Smith AL, Propert KJ, Bogner HR, Arya LA.: Validation of a self-administered instrument to measure adherence to anticholinergic drugs in women with overactive bladder. Neurourology & Urodynamics April 2014.

Lamin E, Smith AL: Urologic agents for treatment of bladder dysfunction in neurogenic disease Current Treatment Options in Neurology 16(3): 280, March 2014.

Greer J, Harvie HS,Andy UU,Smith AL, Northington GN, Aryla LA, : Short-Term postoperative functional outcomes in older women undergoing prolpse surgery Obstetrics & Gynocology 2014.

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Last updated: 06/12/2015
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