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PD17-02: THE IMPACT OF CONCURRENT PROCEDURES ON PERIOPERATIVE OUTCOMES AMONG WOMEN UNDERGOING ABDOMINAL SACROCOLPOPEXY: MIDURETHRAL SLING PLACEMENT IS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED RISK OF COMPLICATION

Saturday, May 13
7:10 AM - 7:20 AM
Location: BCEC: Room 161

Presentation Authors: William R Boysen*, Andrew Cohen, Melanie Adamsky, Joseph Rodriguez, Sarah Faris, Gregory Bales, Chicago, IL

William R. Boysen, MD

University of Chicago Medicine

William Boysen is a fourth year urology resident at the University of Chicago. His clinical interest is adult and pediatric reconstructive surgery, for which he intends to pursue fellowship training. His research has included prospective clinical outcome studies focusing on pediatric urology and robotics. He has also published several clinical studies in adult and pediatric urology using institutional and national databases.

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PD17-02: THE IMPACT OF CONCURRENT PROCEDURES ON PERIOPERATIVE OUTCOMES AMONG WOMEN UNDERGOING ABDOMINAL SACROCOLPOPEXY: MIDURETHRAL SLING PLACEMENT IS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED RISK OF COMPLICATION



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