Amit Raman Patel, MD
I am dedicated to making sure patients understand their diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment options such that they can make the most well-informed decision with regards to their care.
- Integrated Oncology Program
- Robotic Surgery Program
- Years in Practice: 10
- Conversational Spanish
Urology and urologic oncology (bladder, kidney, prostate and testis cancers) with extensive training in open, minimally-invasive and robot-assisted surgery
School Ohio State University College of Medicine & Public Health
Graduation Date 06/2004
School Cleveland Clinic
School Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute, Cleveland Clinic
Title Chief Resident in Urology
School University of Chicago
Specialty Urologic Oncology and Advanced Laparoscopic and Robotic Oncology
- American Urological Association
- Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network
- Bladder Cancer Think Tank
- Society of Robotic Surgery
Name Top Clinical Laparoscopy Poster Presentation AUA, North Central Selection
Name SLS Outstanding Laparoendoscopic Resident Surgeon
Name Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network John Quale Travel Fellowship
- Bilateral Synchronous Sporadic Renal Tumors: Pathologic Concordance and Clinical Implications.
- Bladder Cancer Risk from Occupational and Environmental Exposures.
- Office-based flexible cystoscopy may be less painful in men allowed to view their procedure.
- Optimal Biopsy Strategies for the Diagnosis and Staging of Prostate Cancer
- Postoperative Radiotherapy After Prostatectomy: Adjuvant or Salvage?
- Risk factors for prostate cancer: A review.
- Saturation technique does not improve cancer detection as an initial prostate biopsy strategy.
- Warm Ischemia Less than Thirty Minutes is Not Necessarily Safe: Ever Minute Matters
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