Mary Karen Powers

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Peyronie's disease (PD) is a condition of the penis, characterized by the presence of localized fibrotic plaque in the tunica albuginea. PD is not an uncommon disorder, with recent epidemiologic studies documenting a prevalence of 3-9% of adult men affected. The actual prevalence of PD may be even higher. It is often associated with penile pain, anatomical(More)
We highlight the use of a tyrosine kinase inhibitor, pazopanib, for neoadjuvant downstaging a 7.4 cm right biopsy-proven clear cell renal-cell carcinoma in a solitary kidney before surgical intervention of robotic partial nephrectomy with retrograde cooling to induce cold ischemia in a 79-year-old male.
Acknowledgments We would like to acknowledge the contributions of many persons to this effort. As always, Mary Karen Powers, director of the University's Women Center, and Sharon LaRue, PEACC Project Director were always willing to assist. They provided important comments on the content of the questions used to guide the focus group discussions and on(More)
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