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Magdy M. Hassouna, MSc, PhD, MB BCh, ChB, FRCSC

Professor of Surgery (Urology), University of Toronto

Bio

After obtaining his Ph.D. from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Dr. Hassouna continues to pursue research in the clinical and basic fronts.

Dr. Hassouna’s main interest is the field of neuro-urology with special emphasis on the use of neurostimulation to modulate the functions of the urinary bladder. Clinical expertise extends to involve voiding dysfunction and male erectile dysfunction.

 

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  • van Kerrebroeck, P. E., van Voskuilen, A. C., Heesakkers, J. P., á Nijholt, A. A. L., Siegel, S., Jonas, U., … & Cappellano, F. (2007). Results of sacral neuromodulation therapy for urinary voiding dysfunction: outcomes of a prospective, worldwide clinical studyThe Journal of urology178(5), 2029-2034.
  • Hassouna, M. M., Siegel, S. W., ÀNŸEHOLT, A. L., Elhilali, M. M., van KERREBROECK, P. E., Das, A. K., … & Milam, D. F. (2000). Sacral neuromodulation in the treatment of urgency-frequency symptoms: a multicenter study on efficacy and safety. The Journal of urology163(6), 1849-1854.
  • Schmidt, R. A., Jonas, U. D. O., Oleson, K. A., Janknegt, R. A., Hassouna, M. M., Siegel, S. W., & van KERREBROECK, P. E. (1999). Sacral nerve stimulation for treatment of refractory urinary urge incontinence. The Journal of urology162(2), 352-357.
  • Hassouna, M. M., Siegel, S. W., ÀNŸEHOLT, A. L., Elhilali, M. M., van KERREBROECK, P. E., Das, A. K., … & Milam, D. F. (2000). Sacral neuromodulation in the treatment of urgency-frequency symptoms: a multicenter study on efficacy and safety. The Journal of urology163(6), 1849-1854.
  • Shaker, H. S., & Hassouna, M. (1998). Sacral nerve root neuromodulation: an effective treatment for refractory urge incontinence. The Journal of urology159(5), 1516-1519.