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Journal of Community Medicine & Health Education
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Richard Santucci

Richard Santucci, M.D, F.A.C.S Specialist-in-Chief, Urology Detroit Medical Center, Clinical Professor Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine Harper Professional Building 4160 John R. Suite 1017, Detroit Michigan 48201, USA Tel: 313-745-4123 Fax: 313-745-8222 E-mail: [email protected]

Dr. Santucci is the Director of the Center for Urologic Reconstruction™ and Chief of Urology at Detroit Receiving Hospital, as well as the Specialist-in-Chief for Urology at the 9-hospital Detroit Medical Center. Dr. Santucci is an expert in Trauma and Reconstructive Urology, and has published and lecture d widely on these subjects, with over 100 articles to his credit so far. He is one of the few fellowship-trained reconstructive urologists in the United States. He specializes in complex urethral reconstruction procedures — performing over 120 of these complex procedures a year. Dr. Santucci is the co-editor of the text, “Emergencies in Urology,” the founding Editor-in-Chief of the online open-access Urology journal, “Advances in Urology,” the founding editor of UroRecon - the quarterly newsletter of Urologic Trauma and Reconstruction, and co-creator of the world’s first high definition surgical video website,

Research Interest

Cancer (Bladder, Kidney, Prostate, Testicular) Kidney Stones,Lithotripsy, Male Sexual Dysfunction Sexual Dysfunction,Surgery (Reconstructive, Trauma/Injuries, Urological), Urological Reconstruction


The Prevalence of Unexpected Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Women with Lower Urinary Tract Complaints Suggestive of UTI is High

Weigler G, Perry C, Weigler A, Kim B, Yangouyian M, Vicena J, and Richard Santucci

Research Article: J Community Med Health Edu 2013, 3: 240

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