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Urology at Community

Upstate Urology at Community

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Upstate Urology at Community Hospital
Upstate Community Hospital
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4900 Broad Road, Syracuse, NY 13215
Phone: 315 492-3700
Fax: 315 492-3596
Office Hours: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Timothy Byler, MD
Timothy Byler, MD
315 464-1500
Diseases/Specialties/Treatments: Urology; Advanced Prostate Cancer; Enuresis (Night or Day); Erectile Dysfunction; Nephrolithiasis (Kidney Stones); Pelvic Trauma; more
Education: Rutgers University
Research Interests:

Bladder Cancer, Kidney Stones, Testosterone deficiency, Nocturia

Education Interests:

Proctoring Residents & Students in Urology

Advancing urology through clinical research

Clinical Interests:

BPH, Kidney Stones, Bladder Cancer, Nocturia

Associations/Memberships: American Urological Association (AUA)

J Trussell, MD
J Trussell, MD
315 464-1500
Diseases/Specialties/Treatments: Urology; Andropause; Erectile Dysfunction; Infertility; Nephrolithiasis (Kidney Stones); Peyronie's Disease; more
Education: Temple University School of Medicine
Clinical Interests: Andrology; Erectile Dysfunction; Peyronie's Disease; Male Infertility
Associations/Memberships: American Urological Association (AUA)

Scott V Wiener, MD
Scott V Wiener, MD
315 492-3700
Diseases/Specialties/Treatments: Urology; Congenital Genitourinary Tract Abnormalities; Enlarged Prostate; Nephrolithiasis (Kidney Stones); Urinary Obstruction; Urinary Tract Infection in Men; more
Education: Dartmouth Medical School
Research Interests:

Dr Wiener's research interests include the pathophysiology of kidney stone disease, particularly from the perspective of comparative and evolutionary biology. He has done work, while at UCSF, on how the shape of the papilla in the kidney is related to kidney stone formation and how the fluid flow patterns within the tubules called nephrons contribute to this process. He is working collaboratively with researchers at SUNY Upstate and Syracuse University to better elucidate the role that fluid dynamics plays in the formation of kidney stones and in BPH, how anatomic variation of the kidney may influence stone formation, and is interested in the impact of our environment on the formation of kidney stones. While at UCSF he undertook studies to understand geographical variation in kidney stone surgery in the state of California and spent a year in the lab studying the microscopic and atomic makeup of kidney stones.

Clinical Interests:

Dr. Wiener specializes in the medical and surgical management of kidney stone disease, laparoscopic surgery, and treatment of the enlarged prostate (BPH). Dr. Wiener completed a two-year fellowship in Endourology and Laparoscopic Surgery at UCSF prior to becoming an Assistant Professor of Urology at SUNY Upstate Medical University where he is the Chief of the Endourology Service. He completed residency at the University of Connecticut, Medical School at Dartmouth, and his undergraduate studies at Brandeis University. He offers his patients a variety of minimally invasive options when it comes to the management of their stones, kidney obstruction/other kidney diseases, and prostate. Dr Wiener is pleased to offer his patients no-or-low radiation percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL) through the use of ultrasound and Holmium Laser Enucleation of the Prostate (HoLEP).

Associations/Memberships: American Urological Association (AUA)

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