Mass general hospital urologists
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Massachusetts General Hospital’s Shahin Tabatabaei, MA, MD Dr. Shahin Tabatabaei is an attending urologist-oncologist at MGH Cancer Center and an assistant professor of surgery/urology at Harvard Medical School. He also works at Massachusetts General Hospital as the Head of the Prostate Health Program.
Dr. Tabatabaei earned his medical degree from Iran’s Shahid Beheshti University and completed his urology residency at Harvard Medical School’s Massachusetts General Hospital. He completed his oncology research fellowship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and MGH. Dr. Tabatabaei stayed on the MGH faculty and became a pioneer in the use of minimally invasive procedures to treat benign and malignant prostate diseases. He specializes in robotic pelvic surgery and endoscopic prostate and bladder surgery. His research focuses on the pathophysiology of bladder outlet obstruction as well as the advancement of new, non-invasive methods for the diagnosis and treatment of BPH and localized bladder cancer.
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The Department of Urology, which is part of the U.S. News & World Report-ranked Boston Children’s Hospital, diagnoses and treats diseases of the urinary tract (kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra) as well as male genitalia and reproductive tract in infants, children, and adolescents.
Boston Children’s Department of Urology’s mission is to be the world’s leading provider of patient-centered pediatric urologic care. In all facets of pediatric urology, our world-renowned, board-certified urologists are committed to delivering cutting-edge diagnosis and care, surgical experience, creativity, and research. Every year, we conduct over 3,000 surgical procedures and provide treatment to over 20,000 children around the world.
Boston Children’s urology services are available at nine convenient locations in Eastern Massachusetts and New Hampshire, so you don’t have to fly to the Boston area. A top-rated pediatric urologist can be found in Lexington, Milford, North Dartmouth, Norwood, Peabody, Waltham, and Weymouth, Massachusetts, as well as Bedford, New Hampshire.
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A urologist is a physician who specializes in urinary tract and male reproductive system diseases. Physically and mentally, problems with these areas of the body can be difficult. You can trust Emerson Hospital’s urologists to offer careful, compassionate treatment for these highly personal conditions.
Our team of specialist urologists specializes in advanced, minimally invasive treatment strategies for a number of urologic conditions, and they are committed to maintaining urinary and sexual function, which are often impacted by these disorders.
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According to a Boston Globe article, a judge has dismissed a physician’s lawsuit against Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, which argued the hospital violated the plaintiff’s rights to innovations he made at home.
MGH and its parent, Partners HealthCare, were sued by Joseph A. Grocela, MD, earlier this year. Every two years, he said, he signed a contract giving Partners ownership rights to his creations, but that doesn’t include what he creates in his own time at home. MGH and Partners’ motion to dismiss the case was granted by Suffolk Superior Court Judge Peter M. Lauriat. According to the paper, he determined that Partners’ intellectual property policy was fair and that “nothing prevents Dr. Grocela from practicing medicine in Massachusetts or elsewhere.” Dr. Grocela also said that a top official from Partners’ licensing division told him that the hospital owned his brain and, as a result, “owned[s] all your thoughts.” According to the report, Partners has refuted the assertion. Dr. Grocela is undecided about appealing the verdict.