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   Urological Institute Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions

Volume I, Spring 1988


  1. Walsh, PC. and Donker, P.J.: Impo- tence following radical prostatec- tomy: Insight into etiology and prevention. J. Urol. 128:492-497, 1982.
  2. Walsh, PC., Lepor, H., and Egg- leston, J.C.: Radical prostatectomy with preservation of sexual function: Anatomical and pathological consid- erations. The Prostate 4:473-485, 1983.
  3. Walsh, PC. and Mostwin, J.L.: Rad- ical prostatectomy and cystoprosta- tectomy with preservation of potency Results utilizing a new nerve-sparing technique. Brit. J. Urol. 56:694-697, 1984.
  4. Walsh, PC.: Radical retropubic prostatectomy and cystoprostacec- tomy: Surgical technique for preset vation of sexual function. Booklet distributed by Norwich Eaton Phar- maceuticals, Inc., Norwich, New York, 1985.
  5. Lepor, H., Gregerman, M., Crosby, R., Mostofi, EK., and Walsh, PC.: Precise localization of the autonomic nerves from the pelvic plexus to the corpora cavernosa: A detailed ana- tomical study of the adult male pel vis. J. Urol. 133:207-212, 1985.
  6. Peters, C. and Walsh, PC.: Blood transfusion and anesthetic practices in radical retropubic prostatectomy J. Urol. 134:81- 83, 1985.
  7. Eggleston, J.C. and Walsh, PC.: Radical prostatectomy with preserva- tion of sexual function: Pathological findings in the first 100 cases. J. Urol. 134:1146-1148, 1985.
  8. Walsh, PC.: Radical retropubic prostatectomy. In Campbell's Textbook of Urology, 5th Edition, (eds) Walsh, PC., Gittes, R.E, Perlmutter, A.D., and Stamey, TA., WB. Saunders, Philadelphia, 1986, Vol. 3, pp. 2754-2775
  9. Walsh, PC.: Radical prostatectomy, and cystoprostatecromy with preser- vation of potency using a nerve-spar- ing technique. In Current Urologic Therapy, 2nd Edition (ed) J.J. Ka- ufman. WB. Saunders, Phila- delphia, 1986, pp. 331-333.
  10. Walsh, PC.: Radical prostatectomy with preservation of sexual function: Evolution of a surgical procedure. AUA UPDATE SERIES, Lesson 5, Vol. V. 1-8, 1986.
  11. Walsh, PC.: Radical retropubic prostarectomy - An anatomic ap- proach with preservation of sexual function. A pictorial review of urologic procedures/Presented by Bristol Laboratories, LTI Medica, New Scotland, New York 1986.
  12. Epstein, J.1., Paull, G., Eggleston, J.C., and Walsh, PC.: Prognosis of untreated stage A I prostatic car- cinoma: A study of 94 cases with extended follow-up. J. Urol. 136:837-839, 1986.
  13. Dahnert, WE, Hamper, U.M., Walsh, PC., Eggleston, J. C., and Sanders, R.C.: The echogenic focus in prostatic monograms, with xero- radiographic and histopathologic correlation. Radiology 159:95-100, 1986.
  14. Epstein, J. I., Oesterling, J. E., Eggleston, J. C., and Walsh, PC.: Frozen section detection of lymph node metastasis in prostatic car- cinoma: Accuracy in grossly unin- volved pelvic lymphadenectomy specimens. J. Urol 136:1234-1237, 1986.
  15. Walsh, PC. and Epstein, J.I.: Radi- cal prostatectomy with preservation of sexual function: Impact on cancer control. In Problems in Urology, Vol. 1, No. 1, (ed) Paulson, J.B. Lippincott Co., January/March 1987, Phila- delphia, pp. 42-52.
  16. Oesterling, J. E., Epstein, J.1., and Walsh, PC.: Long-term autopsy findings following radical prostatec- tomy. Urology 29:584-588, 1987.
  17. Schlegel, PN. and Walsh, PC.: Simultaneous preperitoneal hernia repair during radical pelvic surgery J. Urol. 137:1180-1183, 1987.
  18. Oesterling, J. E., Brendler, C. B., Epstein, J.I., Kimball, Jr., A.W, and Walsh, PC.: Correlation of clinical stage, serum prostatic acid phospha- tase and preoperative Gleason grade with final pathological stage in 275 patients with clinically localized adenocarcinoma of the prostate. J. Urol. 138:92-98, 1987.
  19. Walsh, P.C. and Lepor, H.: The role of radical prostatectomy in the man- agement of prostatic cancer. Cancer 60, No. 3:526-537, 1987.
  20. Walsh, PC., Epstein, J.1., and Lowe, EC.: Potency following radical pros- tatectomy with wide unilateral exci- sion of the neurovascular bundle. J. Urol. 138:823-827, 1987.
  21. Walsh, PC.: Radical prostatectomy, preservation of sexual function, can- cer control. In Urologic Clinics of N. Amer. (guest ed.) John P Donohue, WB. Saunders Company, Phila- delphia, Nov. 1987, Vol. 14, No. 4. pp. 663-673.
  22. Chan, D.W, Bruzek, D.J., Oester- ling, J. E., Rock, R. C., and Walsh, PC.: Prostate specific antigen as a marker for prostatic cancer: a mono clonal and a polyclonal immuno- assay compared. Clin. Chem. 33:1916-1920, 1987.
  23. Schlegel, PN. and Walsh, PC.: Neu roanatomical approach to radical cystoprostatectomy with preservation of sexual function. J. Urol. 138:1402-1406, 1987.
  24. Walsh, PC.: The preservation of sexual function in the surgical treatment of prostatic cancer. An an atomical surgical approach. In Impor- tant Advances in Oncology, (eds) Devita, V.T., Hellman, S., & Rosen- berg, S.A. J. B. Lippincott Co., 1988, in press.
  1. Walsh, P.C.: Radical retropubic prostatectomy and cystoprostatec- tomy: Surgical technique for preser- vation of sexual function. American Urological Association Film Library, 1985.
  2. Walsh, PC.: Radical retropubic prostatectomy with preservation of sexual function: An update after 500 cases, 1987.

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