Marc Goldstein, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Urology
Marc Goldstein

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Marc Goldstein, MD, DSc (hon), FACS is the Matthew P. Hardy Distinguished Professor of Reproductive Medicine, and Urology at Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University; Surgeon-in-Chief, Male Reproductive Medicine and Surgery; and Director of the Center for Male Reproductive Medicine and Microsurgery at the New York Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell Medical Center.  He is Senior Scientist with the Population Council’s Center for Biomedical Research, located on the campus of Rockefeller University.

Dr. Goldstein is the only male infertility specialist cited in the American Health Magazine special issue on The Best Doctors in America.  He is listed in New York Magazine’s Best Doctors in New York every year for the past twenty years.  He is listed in the books Best Doctors in America (2013), The Castle Connolly Guide America’s Top Doctors (2013 and eleven consecutive years) and How to Find the Best Doctors, New York Metro Area (2013), as well as Who’s Who in America (2013).  He is a board certified urologic surgeon and member of a dozen national and international medical societies dealing with male infertility and reproduction.  He is Past-President of the Society for Male Reproduction and Urology of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, and recipient of the 1997 Master Teacher in Urology Award and the 2002 Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award from his alma mater.  He has been honored by RESOLVE and the American Infertility Association for his “Outstanding Dedication and Commitment to Family Building”.  He received the 2002 John Kingsley Lattimer Award in Urology from the Kidney and Urology Foundation of America and is the recipient of the 2007 Lifetime Achievement Award of The American Fertility Association.  He received an honorary Doctor of Science in 2008 from the State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center.  In 2009, he received the John Coleman, M.D. Teaching Award from the Department of Urology at Weill Cornell Medical College.  On the occasion of SUNY Downstate’s 150th anniversary in 2010, he was named one of the 150 most distinguished graduates in the history of the Medical College.

Dr. Goldstein is internationally renowned for his pioneering work in vasectomy reversals and microsurgical repair of varicoceles and blockages.  He has performed over 1,000 microsurgical vaso-vasostomies and vaso-epididymostomies.  His technique of microsurgical vasectomy reversal, as published in a peer-reviewed journal, yields the highest reported sperm return and pregnancy rates.  He developed a microsurgical technique of varicocelectomy in 1984 and has performed over 3,500 cases with the lowest reported failure and complication rates.  He was the first American surgeon to be trained in, and perform, the Chinese method of No-Scalpel Vasectomy.

Dr. Goldstein has authored or co-authored over 290 journal articles and book chapters. He is the author of Surgery of Male Infertility, the first textbook on the subject.  He is co-author of The Couple’s Guide to Fertility (Broadway/Random House 2001, 3rd edition), The Vasectomy Book (Houghton Mifflin), Reproductive Medicine Secrets (Hanley & Belfus, 2004), A Baby at Last (Simon & Schuster 2010), and with Peter Schlegel the new Male Infertility (Cambridge University Press, 2013).  He is on the editorial board of the medical journals Microsurgery and Fertility and Sterility.  He has also been featured in interviews on numerous major media outlets including NBC’s The Today Show, ABC’s Good Morning America, ABC’s Eyewitness News, Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times.

A summa cum laude graduate of the College of Medicine, State University of New York – Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York, Dr. Goldstein worked as a resident in general surgery at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital in New York.  After three years overseas in the U.S. Air Force, attaining the rank of Major and flying in F4 Phantom aircraft as a Flight Surgeon, Dr. Goldstein was trained in urology at Downstate Medical Center.  He continued his post-graduate training in reproductive physiology at the Population Council, Center for Biomedical Research, located on the campus of Rockefeller University, and at the Rockefeller University Hospital.

Drawing on his Air Force experience, Dr. Goldstein was one of the first surgeons to routinely employ checklists in the operating room to reduce errors and complications.

Dr. Goldstein is a long distance runner and triathlete who races regularly and has completed 20 New York City Marathons.

Dr. Goldstein’s office address is: Center for Male Reproductive Medicine, Weill-Cornell Medical College, Box 269, 525 E 68th Street, New York, NY 10065.  The telephone number to make an appointment is (212) 746-5470.  The fax number is (212)746-0977.  For further information about his male infertility practice, please visit his website at  www.maleinfertility.org.

 

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Education

  • 1968 B.S. cum laude, City University of New York, Brooklyn College, Brooklyn N.Y.
  • 1972 M.D. summa cum laude, State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Professional Appointments 1972-1973 Surgical Intern, The Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, New York, N.Y. 1973-1974 Surgical Resident, The Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, New York, N.Y. 1974-1976 Captain, United States Air Force, Medical Corps, Flight Surgeon 1976-1977 Major, United States Air Force, Medical Corps, Flight Surgeon 1977-1980 Assistant Instructor, Resident, and Chief Resident, Department of Urology, State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, N.Y. 1980-1982 Assistant Professor of Urology, Department of Urology, SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, N.Y. 1980-1982 Assistant Attending Surgeon, University Hospital, SUNY Downstate Medical Center and Kings County Hospital Center, Brooklyn, N.Y. 1980-1982 Fellow-in-Residence, The Population Council, The Rockefeller University, New York, N.Y. 1980-1983 Research Associate, The Rockefeller University, New York, N.Y. 1980-1986 Associate Physician, The Rockefeller University Hospital, New York, N.Y. 1986-1987 Visiting Associate Physician, The Rockefeller University Hospital, New York, N.Y. 1982-1988 Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology) The New York Hospital, New York, N.Y. 1982-1988 Assistant Professor of Surgery (Urology) Cornell University Medical College, New York, N.Y. 1982-2003 Staff Scientist, The Population Council, Center for Biomedical Research, New York, N.Y. 1982-1993 Director, The Male Reproduction and Microsurgery Unit, Department of Surgery, Division of Urology, The New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center, New York, N.Y. 1988-1993 Associate Attending Surgeon (Urology) The New York Hospital, New York, N.Y. 1988-1993 Associate Professor of Surgery (Urology) Cornell University Medical College, New York, N.Y. 1990-1993 Associate Professor of Surgery (Urology) with indefinite tenure, Cornell University Medical College, New York, NY 1993- Director, Division of Male Reproductive Medicine and Microsurgery, Department of Urology, The New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center, New York, N.Y. 1993-1994 Associate Attending Urologist, The New York Hospital, New York, N.Y. 1993-1994 Associate Professor of Urology with indefinite tenure, Cornell University Medical College, New York, N.Y. 1994- Professor of Urology with indefinite tenure, Cornell University Medical College, New York, N.Y. 1994- Attending Urologist, The New York Hospital, New York, N.Y. 2000- Professor of Reproductive Medicine, Professor of Urology, Executive Director, Men#146;s Service Center, Cornell Institute for Reproductive Medicine, Weill Medical College, Cornell University, New York, NY. 2000- Surgeon-in-Chief, Male Reproductive Medicine and Surgery, New York Weill-Cornell Medical Center, New York, NY. 2004- Senior Scientist, The Population Council, Center for Biomedical Research, New York, N.Y. Boards and Fellowships 1973 Diplomate of the National Board of Medical Examiners 1982 Diplomate of the American Board of Urology 1985 Fellow of the American College of Surgeons Professional Memberships Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society American Society of Andrology International Microsurgical Society American Society of Reproductive Medicine American Medical Association New York County Medical Society American Urological Association Society for the Study of Reproduction Society of Reproductive Surgeons Society for the Study of Male Reproduction Society for Male Reproduction and Urology

Insurances

Insurance Plans Accepted

The following represents most of the managed care plans accepted by this physician. If your insurance carrier does not appear here please feel free to contact this physician or this physician's practice as they may have individual contracts not included on this site.

  • Aetna - Weill Cornell [POS]
  • Medicaid
  • Medicare [Medicare]
  • Medicare
  • Rockefeller University - CoreSource

Publications

1.   M. Goldstein, Use of fresh human placenta for microsurgical training. J. Microsurgery 1:70-71, 1979.

2.   M. Goldstein and M. Feldberg, The Vasectomy Book: A Complete Guide to Decision Making. Houghton-Mifflin Company, Los Angeles, Calif., 1982.

3.   M. Goldstein and G.H.P. Young, Microsurgical orthotopic testicular transplantationin isogenic rats 16 mm color film with sound, copyright, 1982

4.   G. Einarsson, M. Goldstein, and G. Laungani, Penile replantation. Urology 22:404-405, 1983.

5.   M. Goldstein, Microsurgical replantation of amputated penis (Let. ed.). Urology 2:237, 1983.

6.   M. Goldstein, Vasectomy and vasectomy reversal, In: Current Therapy in Endocrinology, 1983-1984. (D. Krieger and C.W. Bardin, eds.), B.C. Decker Inc.,C.V. Mosby Company, Burlington, Ontario, pp. 383-388, 1983.

7.   M. Goldstein, Vasectomy failure using an open ended technique. Fertil. Steril.40:699-700, 1983.

8.   M. Goldstein and C.W. Bardin, Impotence, In: Current Therapy in Endocrinology,1983-1984. (D.T. Krieger and C.W. Bardin, eds.), Burlington, Ontario, pp. 379-382, 1983.

9.   M. Goldstein, R. Kessler, and C.C. Rife, When your patient asks about vasectomy, In: Patient Care. (C.B. Demarest, eds.), vol. 17 pp. 166-197, 1983.

10.   M. Goldstein, D.M. Phillips, K. Sundaram, G.P.H. Young, G.L. Gunsalus, R. Thau, and C.W. Bardin, Microsurgical transplantation of testes in isogenic rats: Method and function. Biol. Reprod. 28:971-982, 1983.

11.   M. Goldstein and K. Waterhouse, When to use the Chevassu maneuver during exploration of intrascrotal masses. J. Urology 130:1199-1200, 1983.

12.   M. Goldstein, G.P.H. Young, and N. Einer-Jensen, Testicular artery damage due to infiltration with a fine gauge needle: Experimental evidence suggesting that blind cord block should be abandoned. Surgical Forum 24:653-656, 1983.

13.   N. Musto, G. Gunsalus, C.Y. Cheng, S.D. Tsong, M. Goldstein, D. Phillips, and C.W. Bardin, Identification of androgen-binding proteins and their localization in the testis and male reproductive tract, In: Recent Advances in Male Reproduction: Molecular Basis and Clinical Implications. (R. D’Agata, M.B. Lipsett, P. Polosa and H.J. van der Molen, eds.), Raven Press, New York, pp. 37-45, 1983.

14.   R.B. Thau, Y. Yamamoto, M. Goldstein, P.H. Ehrlich, S.S. Witkin, G.N. Burrow,R.E. Canfield, and C.W. Bardin, Characterization of a human anti-hCG antiserum: A proposed standard for laboratories involved with the development of hCG vaccine. Contraception 27:627-637, 1983.

15.    S.S. Witkin, A.M. Bongiovanni, R.Y. Ing, M. Goldstein, J. Wallace, and J. Sonnabend, Humoral immune responses in healthy heterosexual, homosexual, and vasectomized men and in homosexual men with the acquired immune deficiency syndrome. AIDS Research 1:31-44, 1983.

16.   M. Goldstein, Update on new tests in the evaluation of male infertility. Am. Urol.Assn. Update Series 3:1-8, 1984.

17.   M. Goldstein and C.W. Bardin, Impotence, In: Current Therapy in InternalMedicine 1984-85. (T.M. Bayless, M.C. Brain and R.M. Cherniak, eds.), B.C. Decker, Inc., C.V. Mosby Co., Burlington, Ontario, pp. 552-555, 1984.

18.   M. Goldstein, G. Laungani, J. Abrahams, and K. Waterhouse, Correction of adult penile curvature with a Nesbit operation. J. Urology 131:56-58, 1984.

19.   S.H. Roman, M. Goldstein, I.A. Kourides, F. Comite, C.W. Bardin, and D.T.Krieger, The LHRH agonist D-Trp6-Pro9-NEt-LHRH did not lower LH, FSH,alpha-subunit, or testosterone levels in a patient with a LH-secreting pituitary tumor.J. Clin. Endocrinol. Metab. 58:313-319, 1984.

20.   K. Sundaram, R.B. Thau, M. Goldstein, D.M. Phillips, J. Rivier, W. Vale, and C.W.Bardin, Effect of an LHRH agonist on pituitary and testicular function in rhesusmonkeys. J. Reprod. Fert. 72:365-371, 1984.

21.   G.P.H. Young, J.D.E. Young, A.K. Deshpande, M. Goldstein, S.S. Koide, and Z.A. Cohn, A Ca -activated ion channel from Xenopus laevis oocyte membranesreconstituted into planar bilayers. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 81:5155-5159, 1984.

22.   M. Goldstein, Microspike approximator for vaso-vasostomy. J. Urol. 134:74, 1985.

23.   M. Goldstein, Vasectomy and vasectomy reversal, In: Current Therapy inEndocrinology, 1985-1986. (D. Krieger and C.W. Bardin, eds.), Burlington, Ontario, pp. 180-185, 1985.

24.   M. Goldstein, Open-ended vasectomy. Fertil. Steril. 43:667-668, 1985.

25.   M. Goldstein and M. Blank, Medical treatment of infertility. Seminars in Urol.3:185-192, 1985.

26.   M. Goldstein and M. Feldberg, The Vasectomy Book: A Complete Guide to Decision Making 2nd Edition, Turnstone Press. Thorsons Publishing Group, Ltd.,Wellingborough, England, 1985.

27.   M. Goldstein and R.J. Hariri, Dual ended multi-function tools for microsurgery. J.Microsurgery 6:251-252, 1985.

28.   P. Tiffany and M. Goldstein, Aperistalsis of the vas deferens corrected with administration of ephedrine. J. Urol. 133:1060-1061, 1985.

29.   M. Goldstein, The future of male birth control. Planned Parenthood Review 6:11-12, 1986.

30.   M. Goldstein and W. Blank, Microsurgical vaso-vasostomy: An atraumatic multilayer technique. 15 minutes color and sound. Aegis Productions 1986.

31.   K. Kurz and M. Goldstein, Scrotal temperature reflects intratesticular temperatureand is lowered by shaving. J. Urology 135:290-292, 1986.

32.   W. Blank and M. Goldstein, Male reproductive physiology, In: ReproductivePhysiology in Clinical Practice. (D. Riddick, eds.), Thieme-Stratton, Inc., New York, pp. 101-118, 1987.

33.   B. Mellinger and M. Goldstein, New areas of research in male infertility. UrologicClinics of North America 14:619-632, 1987.

34.   B.C. Mellinger, E.D. Vaughan, S.L. Thompson, and M. Goldstein, Correlationbetween intracavernous papaverine injection and Doppler analysis in impotent men.Urology 30:416-419, 1987.

35.   D.M. Phillips, M. Goldstein, V. Zacharopoulos, and P. Hempstead, Tubules insemen of infertile patients. A case report. J. Androl. 8:61-63, 1987.

36.   B.R. Gilbert and M. Goldstein, New directions in male reproductive microsurgery.Microsurgery 9:281-285, 1988.

37.   M. Goldstein, Open testicular biopsy, In: Current Therapy in Infertility. (C.R.Garcia, L. Mastroianni, R. Amelar, L. Dubin, eds.), B.C. Decker, Inc., Toronto, pp.171-172, 1988.

38.   M. Goldstein, Intracavernous injection of vasoactive drugs after radicalprostatectomy (Editorial). J. Urol. 139:800, 1988.

39.   M. Goldstein, Vasectomy and vasectomy reversal, In: Current Therapy in Endocrinology, 1985-1986. (C.W. Bardin, eds.), Burlington, Ontario, pp. 263-268, 1988.

40.   M. Goldstein and N. Blumberg, Correction of severe penile curves with tunica albuginea autografts. J. Urol. 139:1269-1270, 1988.

41.   M. Goldstein and S. Schlossberg, Men with congenital absence of the vas deferens often have seminal vesicles. J. Urology 140:85-86, 1988.

42.   J.E. Sealey, M. Goldstein, T. Pitarresi, T.T. Kudlak, N. Glorioso, and J.H. Laragh,Prorenin secretion from human testis: No evidence for secretion of active renin orangiotensinogen. J. Clin. Endocrinol. Metab. 66:974-978, 1988.

43.   R.B. Thau, M. Goldstein, Y. Yamamoto, G.N. Burrow, D.M. Phillips, and C.W. Bardin, Failure of gonadotropin therapy secondary to chorionic gonadotropin induced antibodies. J. Clin. Endocrinol. Metab. 66:862-867, 1988.

44.   S.S. Witkin and M. Goldstein, Reduced levels of T suppressor/cytotoxic lymphocytes in semen from vaso-vasostomized men: Relationship to sperm autoantibodies. J. Reprod. Immunol. 14:283-290, 1988.

45.   S.S. Witkin, R. Vogel-Roccuzzo, S.S. David, A. Berkeley, M. Goldstein, and M. Graf, Heterogeneity of antigenic determinants on human spermatozoa: Relevance to antisperm antibody testing in infertile couples. Am. J. Reprod. Immunol. 159:1228-1231, 1988.

46.   G.P.H. Young, M. Goldstein, D.M. Phillips, K. Sundaram, G.L. Gunsalus, and C.W. Bardin, Sertoli-cell-only syndrome produced by hypothermic testicular ischemia. Endocrinology 122:1074-1082, 1988.

47.   G.P.H. Young, S.S. Koide, M. Goldstein, and J.D.-E. Young, Isolation and partial characterization of an ion channel protein from human sperm membranes. Arch.Biochem. Biophys. 262:491-500, 1988.

48.   G. Berger, M. Goldstein, and M. Fuerst, The Couples Guide to Fertility. 442 pages, Doubleday, New York, 1989.

49.   M.J. Freund, J.E. Weidmann, M. Goldstein, J. Marmar, R. Santulli, and N. Oliveira,Microrecanalization after vasectomy in man. J. Androl. 10:120-132, 1989.

50.   M. Goldstein, D. Huber, J. Halpern, and L. Antarsh, The no-scalpel vasectomy.Assoc. Vol. Surg. Contra. 12 minutes color and sound film: 1989.

51.   M. Goldstein, Vasectomy and its reversal. Hospital Medicine 2:113-135, 1989.

52.   M. Goldstein and J.F. Eid, Elevation of intratesticular and scrotal skin surface temperature in men with varicocele. J. Urol. 142:743-745, 1989.

53.   B.R. Gilbert, M. Goldstein, and S.S. Witkin, Immunology of male infertility, In: American Urological Association Update Series. vol. 9 pp. 58-63, 1990.

54.   B.R. Gilbert, S.S. Witkin, and M. Goldstein, Correlation of sperm-bound antibodies with impaired semen analysis in infertile men with varicoceles. Fertil. Steril. 52:469-473, 1990.

55.   M. Goldstein, Vaso-vasostomy, In: Current Operative Urology. (E.D. Whitehead, eds.), J.B. Lippincott Co., Philadelphia, pp. 271-283, 1990.

56.   M. Goldstein, Vasography and techniques of testis biopsy, In: Common Problems in Infertility and Impotence. (J. Ravfer, eds.), Year Book Medical Publishers, Chicago, pp. 186-199, 1990.

57.   M. Goldstein, Reversing vasectomy. Med. Aspects Human Sexual. 5:37, 1990.

58.   M.S. Magid, K.L. Cash, and M. Goldstein, The testicular biopsy in the evaluation of infertility. Seminars in Urol. 8:51-64, 1990.

59.   B.C. Mellinger and M. Goldstein, Long-term complications of vasectomy. Infections in Urol. 3:19, 1990.

60.   M. Goldstein, Varicocele, In: Current Therapy in Endocrinology and Metabolism. (C.W. Bardin, eds.), B.C. Decker Inc., Toronto, pp. 279-283, 1991.

61.   S. Li, M. Goldstein, J. Zhu, and D. Huber, The no-scalpel vasectomy. J. Urol. 145:341-344, 1991.

62.   W.K. Aultizky, P.N. Schlegel, D. Wu, C.Y. Cheng, C.-L.C. Chen, P.S. Li, M. Goldstein, M. Reidenberg, and C.W. Bardin, Measurement of urinary clusterin as an index of nephrotoxicity. Proc. Soc. Exptl. Biol. Med. 199:93-96, 1992.

63.   E.M. Beck, P.N. Schlegel, and M. Goldstein, Intraoperative varicocele anatomy: A macro and microscopic study. J. Urol. 148:1190-1194, 1992.

64.   J. Cohen, P.N. Schlegel, and M. Goldstein, Gamete micromanipulation and epididymal micropuncture for male factor infertility, In: Advances in Urology, Vol. 5. (B. Lytton, W.J. Catalona, L.I. Lipshultz, E.J. McGuire, eds.), Mosby-YearBook Inc., Chicago, pp. 237-254, 1992.

65.   B.R. Gilbert, G.W. Cooper, and M. Goldstein, Semen analysis in the evaluation of male factor subfertility. Am. Urol. Assoc. Update Series 11:250-256, 1992.

66.   M. Goldstein, Surgery of male infertility and other scrotal disorders, In: Campbell's Urology, Sixth Edition. (P.C. Walsh, A.B. Retik, T.A. Stamey, and E.D. Vaughan, eds.), W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, pp. 3114-3149, 1992.

67.   M. Goldstein, Surgery of the scrotum, In: Operative Urology. (M.J. Droller, eds.), C.V. Mosby, New York, pp. 941-948, 1992.

68.   M. Goldstein, B.R. Gilbert, A.P. Dicker, J. Dwosh, and C. Gnecco, Microsurgicalinguinal varicocelectomy with delivery of the testis: An artery and lymphatic sparing technique. J. Urol. 148:1808-1811, 1992.

69.   P.S. Li, C.W. Bardin, M. Goldstein, and C.-L.C. Chen, The effect of vasectomy on clusterin and inhibin alpha-subunit gene expression in the dog testis and caput epididymis. J. Androl. Supplement:32, 1992.

70.   P.S. Li, S. Li, P.N. Schlegel, and M. Goldstein, External spermatic sheath injection for vasal nerve block. Urology 39:173-176, 1992.

71.   P.S. Li, P.N. Schlegel, and M. Goldstein, Use of silicone tubing for microsurgicalvaso-vasostomy training. Urology 39:556-557, 1992.

72.   P.N. Schlegel and M. Goldstein, Surgery of the epididymis, In: Operative Urology. (M.J. Droller, eds.), C.V. Mosby, New York, pp. 949-958, 1992.

73.   P.N. Schlegel and M. Goldstein, Abnormal sperm morphology and motility, In: Current Therapy in Genitourinary Surgery. (M.I. Resnick and E.D. Kursh, eds.), B.C. Decker Inc., Toronto, pp. 558-562, 1992.

74.   P.N. Schlegel and M. Goldstein, Vasectomy update. Am. Urol. Assoc. Update Series 11:98-107, 1992.

75.   P.N. Schlegel and M. Goldstein, Surgery of the vas deferens, In: Operative Urology. (M.J. Droller, eds.), C.V. Mosby, New York, pp. 985-997, 1992.

76.   P.N. Schlegel and M. Goldstein, Anatomical approach to varicocelectomy. Semin. Urol. 10:242-247, 1992.

77.   P.N. Schlegel and M. Goldstein, No-scalpel vasectomy. Semin. Urol. 10:252-256, 1992.

78.   P.N. Schlegel, G.J. Matthews, Z. Cichon, W.K. Aulitzky, C.Y. Cheng, C.-L.C. Chen, L. Saso, M. Goldstein, O.A. Jänne, C.W. Bardin, and E.D. Vaughan, Jr., Clusterin production in the obstructed rabbit kidney: Correlations with loss of renal function. J. Am. Soc. Nephrol. 3:1163-1171, 1992.

79.   M. Goldstein, Surgical therapy of male infertility. J. Urol. 149:1374-1376, 1993.

80.   M. Goldstein, Vasectomy reversal, In: Comprehensive Therapy. vol. 19 pp. 35-39, 1993.

81.   J. Gorelick and M. Goldstein, Loss of fertility in men with varicocele. Fertil. Steril 59:613-616, 1993.

82.   W. Jow and M. Goldstein, The no-scalpel vasectomy: A minimally invasive technique. Contemp. Urol. April:37-52, 1993.

83.   W.W. Jow, P.N. Schlegel, Z. Cichon, D. Phillips, M. Goldstein, and C.W. Bardin, Identification and localization of copper-zinc superoxide dismutase gene expression in rat testicular development. J. Androl. 14:439-447, 1993.

84.   W.W. Jow, J. Steckel, P.N. Schlegel, M.S. Magid, and M. Goldstein, Motile sperm in human testis biopsy specimens. J. Androl. 14:194-198, 1993.

85.   P.N. Schlegel and M. Goldstein, Vasectomy, In: Contraception. (D. Shoupe, eds.), Springer-Verlag Press, New York, pp. 181-191, 1993.

86.   P.N. Schlegel and M. Goldstein, Microsurgical vasoepididymostomy: Refinements and results. J. Urol. 150:1165-1168, 1993.

87.   J. Steckel, A.P. Dicker, and M. Goldstein, Influence of varicocele size on response to microsurgical ligation of the spermatic veins. J. Urol. 149:769-771, 1993.

88.   B.R. Gilbert, P.N. Schlegel, and M. Goldstein, Office evaluation of the subfertile male. A.U.A. Update 13:70-75, 1994.

89.   M. Goldstein, Microsurgical vasovasostomy and vasoepididymostomy, In: Current Urologic Therapy #3. (E.J. Seidmon, P.M. Hanno, and J.J. Kaufman, eds.), W.B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia, pp. 517-521, 1994.

90.   M. Goldstein, Vasectomy and vasectomy reversal, In: Current Therapy in Endocrinology and Metabolism. (C.W. Bardin, eds.), B.C. Decker, Philadelphia, pp. 333-341, 1994.

91.   The Sperm Microaspiration Retrieval Techniques Study Group (M. Goldstein, Member), Results in the United States with Sperm microaspiration retrieval techniques and assisted reproductive technologies. J. Urol. 151:1255-1259, 1994.

92.   P.N. Schlegel, A.S. Berkeley, M. Goldstein, M. Alikani, A. Adler, B.R. Gilbert, J. Cohen, and Z. Rosenwaks, Epididymal micropuncture with IVF for treatment of surgically unreconstructable vasal obstruction. Fertil. Steril. 61:895-901, 1994.

93.   M. Goldstein (ed.), Surgery of Male Infertility. W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, 1995.

94.   G.S. Berger, M. Goldstein, and M. Fuerst, , In: Couple's Guide To Fertility, Revised Edition. Doubleday, New York, 1995.

95.   M. Goldstein, Adolescent varicocele (Editorial). J. Urol. 153:484-485, 1995.

96.   M. Goldstein, Vasography, In: Surgery of Male Infertility. (M. Goldstein, eds.), W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, pp. 26-32, 1995.

97.   M. Goldstein, Microsurgical vasovasostomy: Surgical approach, decision making, and multilayer microdot technique, In: Surgery of Male Infertility. (M. Goldstein, eds.), W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, pp. 46-60, 1995.

98.   M. Goldstein, Microsurgical vasoepididymostomy: End-to-end anastomosis, In: Surgery of Male Infertility. (M. Goldstein, eds.), W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, pp. 120-127, 1995.

99.   M. Goldstein, Mini-incision microsurgical inguinal or subinguinal varicocelectomy with delivery of the testis, In: Surgery of Male Infertility. (M. Goldstein, eds.), W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, pp. 173-177, 1995.

100.   M. Goldstein, Scrotal orchiopexy for adult retractile testes, In: Surgery of MaleInfertility. (M. Goldstein, eds.), W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, pp. 218-219, 1995.

101.   M. Goldstein, Hydrocelectomy, In: Surgery of Male Infertility. (M. Goldstein, eds.), W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, pp. 199-201, 1995.

102.   M. Goldstein, Surgery of the epididymis, In: Surgery of Male Infertility. (M. Goldstein, eds.), W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, pp. 113-115, 1995.

103.   M. Goldstein, Varicocelectomy: General considerations, In: Surgery of Male Infertility. (M. Goldstein, eds.), W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, pp. 169-172, 1995.

104.   M. Goldstein, Complications and results of varicocelectomy, In: Surgery of Male Infertility. (M. Goldstein, eds.), W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, pp. 194-196, 1995.

105.   M. Goldstein, Mini-incision microsurgical subinguinal varicocelectomy with delivery of the testis, In: Proceedings, First International Symposium on Andrology Bioengineering and Sexual Rehabilitation. (J. Tritto, eds.), IASTA-MED, Paris, pp.143-146, 1995.

106.   M. Goldstein, Microsurgery of the vas deferens and epididymis: The microdot technique of precision suture placement, In: Proceedings, First International Symposium on Andrology Bioengineering and Sexual Rehabilitation. (J. Tritto, eds.), IASTA-MED, Paris, pp. 147-149, 1995.

107.   M. Goldstein and G.J. Matthews, What's important and what's new in the management of the infertile male, In: Urology Annual. (Stephen Rous, eds.), W.W. Norton & Co., New York, pp. 253-283, 1995.

108.   P.S. Li and M. Goldstein, Training in urologic microsurgery, In: Surgery of Male Infertility. (M. Goldstein, eds.), W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, pp. 275-296, 1995.

109.   G.J. Matthews and M. Goldstein, Microsurgical autogenous sperm reservoir with simultaneous epididymal sperm aspiration: A novel approach for the man with surgically unreconstructable obstruction. Techniques in Urology 1:120-125, 1995.

110.   G.J. Matthews, M. Goldstein, J.M. Henry, and P.N. Schlegel, Nonbacterial pyospermia: A consequence of clomiphene citrate therapy. Int. J. Fertil. 40:187-191, 1995.

111.   G.J. Matthews, P.N. Schlegel, and M. Goldstein, Microsurgical epididymal tubule marsupialization for creation of an autogenous tunica vaginalis sperm reservoir, In: Surgery of Male Infertility. (M. Goldstein, eds.), W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, pp. 135-141, 1995.

112.   G.J. Matthews, P.N. Schlegel, and M. Goldstein, Patency following microsurgical vasoepididymostomy and vasovasostomy: Temporal considerations. J. Urol. 154:2070-2073, 1995.

113.   D.M. Phillips, W.W. Jow, and M. Goldstein, Testis factors that may regulate gene expression: Evidence from a patient with Kartagener's Syndrome. J. Androl. 16:158-162, 1995.

114.   P.N. Schlegel, J. Cohen, M. Goldstein, M. Alikani, A. Adler, B.R. Gilbert, G.D. Palermo, and Z. Rosenwaks, Cystic fibrosis gene mutations do not affect sperm function during IVF with micromanipulation for men with bilateral cogenital absence of vas deferens. Fertil. Steril. 64:421-426, 1995.

115.   P.N. Schlegel and M. Goldstein, Vasectomy, In: Surgery of Male Infertility. (M. Goldstein, eds.), W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, pp. 33-45, 1995.

116.   L.-M. Su, M. Goldstein, and P.N. Schlegel, The effect of varicocelectomy on serum testosterone levels in infertile men with varicoceles. J. Urol. 154:1752-1755, 1995.

117.   G.P.H. Young, P.S. Li, T.A. Gardner, and M. Goldstein, Animal models for microsurgical training and research, In: Surgery of Male Infertility. (M. Goldstein, eds.), W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, pp. 297-320, 1995.

118.   S.K. Girardi and M. Goldstein, Mini-incision microsurgical inguinal or subinguinal varicocelectomy. Atlas Urol. Clinics No. Am. 4:67-78, 1996.

119.   M. Goldstein, Microsurgical vasovasostomy, In: Textbook of Operative Urology. (F. Marshall, eds.), W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, pp. 689-699, 1996.

120.   W.W. Jow and M. Goldstein, No-scalpel vasectomy offers minimal invasiveness. Contemp. Obstet. Gynecol. 60:112-121, 1996.

121.   G.E. Lemack and M. Goldstein, Presence of sperm in the pre-vasectomy reversal semen analysis: Incidence and implications. J. Urol. 155:167-169, 1996.

122.   G.J. Matthews and M. Goldstein, A simple technique for the atraumatic recovery of sperm at the time of microsurgical vasoepididymostomy. Urology 47:123-125, 1996.

123.   P.N. Schlegel, D. Shin, and M. Goldstein, Urogenital anomalies in men with congenital absence of the vas deferens. J. Urol. 155:1644-1648, 1996.

124.   M. Goldstein, New insights into the etiology and treatment of male infertility. J. Urol. 158:1808-1809, 1997.

125.   M. Goldstein and S. Girardi, Vasectomy and vasectomy reversal, In: Current Therapy in Endocrinology and Metabolism. (C.W. Bardin, eds.), Mosby, Philadelphia, pp. 371-380, 1997.

126.   M. Goldstein and S. Girardi, Varicocele, In: Current Therapy in Endocrinology and Metabolism. (C.W. Bardin, eds.), Mosby, Philadelphia, pp. 355-358, 1997.

127.   G.J. Matthews, K.E. McGee, and M. Goldstein, Microsurgical reconstruction following failed vasectomy reversal. J. Urol. 157:844-846, 1997.

128.   P.N. Schlegel, G.D. Palermo, M. Goldstein, S. Menendez, N. Zaninovic, L.L.Veeck, and Z. Rosenwaks, Testicular sperm extraction with ICSI for non-obstructive azoospermia. Urology 49:435-440, 1997.

129.   D. Shin, F. Gilbert, M. Goldstein, and P.N. Schlegel, Congenital absence of the vas deferens: Incomplete penetrance of cystic fibrosis gene mutations. J. Urol. 158:1794-1799, 1997.

130.   D. Shin, G.E. Lemack, and M. Goldstein, Induction of spermatogenesis pregnancy after adult orchiopexy. J. Urol. 158:2242, 1997.

131.   S.J. Skoog, K.P. Roberts, M. Goldstein, and J.L. Pryor, The adolescent varicocele: What's new with an old problem in young patients?. Pediatrics 100:112-122, 1997.

132.   E.J. Wright, G.P.H. Young, and M. Goldstein, Reduction in testicular temperature after varicocelectomy in infertile men. Urology,50:257-259, 1997.

133.   A. Zini, S. Girardi, and M. Goldstein, Complex vasal reconstruction. Adv. Urol. 10:121-141, 1997.

134.   A. Zini, S. Girardi, and M. Goldstein, Varicocele, In: Male Infertility and Dysfunction. (W.J.G. Hellstrom, eds.), Springer-Verlag, New York, pp. 201-218, 1997.

135.   M. Goldstein, Surgical Management of male infertility and other scrotal disorders, In: Campbell's Urology, Seventh Edition (P.C. Walsh, A.B. Retik, E.D. Vaughan, Jr., and A.J. Wein, eds.), W.B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia, pp. 1331-1377, 1998.

136.   M. Goldstein, P.S. Li, and G.J. Matthews, Microsurgical vasovasostomy: The microdot technique of precision suture placement. J. Urol. 159:188-190, 1998.

137.   G.E. Lemack, R.G. Uzzo, P.N. Schlegel, and M. Goldstein, Microsurgical repair of the adolescent varicocele. J. Urol. 160:179-181, 1998.

138.   M.S. Magid, Z.-W. Ma, S.K. Girardi, and M. Goldstein, The acid-fast stain is a superior stain for use in the mean mature spermatid count for testicular biopsies. J. Androl. 19:261-265, 1998.

139.    G.J. Matthews, E.D. Matthews, and M. Goldstein, Induction of spermatogenesis and pregnancies following microsurgical varicocelectomy in azoospermic and severely oligoasthenospermic men. Fertil. Steril., 70:71-75, 1998.

140.   G.B. Rucker, A. Mielnik, P. King, M. Goldstein, and P.N. Schlegel, Pre-operative screening for genetic abnormalities in men with non-obstructive azoospermia prior to testicular sperm extraction. J. Urol. 160:2068-2071, 1998.

141.   Y.R. Sheynkin, B.N. Hendin, P.N. Schlegel, and M. Goldstein, Microsurgical repair of iatrogenic injury to the vas deferens. J. Urol. 159:139-141, 1998.

142.    D. Shin, G.D. Palermo, M. Goldstein, Z. Rosenwaks, and P.N. Schlegel, Indications for corticosteroids prior to epididymal sperm retrieval. Int. J. Fertil., 43:165-170,1998.

143.   R. Brandell, and M. Goldstein, Varicocele and its role in male infertility, In Infertility and Reproductive Medicine Clinics of North America. (P.E. Werthman, eds.), W.B. Saunders, Co., Philadelphia, pp 471-481, 1999.

144.   R. A. Brandell, P.S. Li, and M. Goldstein Vasovasostomy, In: Atlas of Urologic Clinics of North America: Sugery for Male Infertility. (M. Goldstein, eds.), W. B. Saunders, Co., Philadelphia, pp. 45-64, 1999.

145.   R. A. Brandell, P.S. Li, and M. Goldstein, Varicocelectomy, In: Atlas of Urologic Clinics of North America: Sugery for Male Infertility. (M. Goldstein, eds.), W. B. Saunders, Co., Philadelphia, pp. 145-154, 1999.

146.   R.A. Costabile, M. Goldstein, P. Schlegel, A.L. Belker, L. Lipschultz, I. Sharlip, A.J. Thomas, D.C. Park, and M. Spevak, Technique of vasovasostomy and vaso-epididymostomy:Shortening the learning curve. AUA Update Series 36:282-287, 1999.

147.   F.Y. Kim and M. Goldstein, Antibacterial skin preparation decreases the incidence of false positive semen culture results. J. Urol. 161:819-821, 1999.

148.   D. Scherr and M. Goldstein, Comparison of bilateral versus unilateral varico- celectomy in men with palpable bilateral varicoceles. J. Urol. 162:85-88, 1999.

149.   Y. R. Sheynkin and M. Goldstein, Testicular microlithiasis. Am. Urol. Assoc., update 18:106-111, 1999.

150.   Y. R. Sheynkin, P.S. Li, M.L.S. Magid, D. Carlson, E.C.S. Chen and M. Goldstein, Comparison of absorbable and nonabsorbable sutures for microsurgical vasovasostomy in rat. Urology 53:1235-1238, 1999.

151.   Y. R. Sheynkin, C. Staff, P.S. Li and M. Goldstein, Effect of methylene blue, Indigo carmine and renografin on human sperm motility. Urology 53:214-217, 1999.

152.   L. M. Su, G.D. Palermo, M. Goldstein, L.L. Veeck, Z. Rosenwaks, and P.N. Schlegel, Testicular sperm extraction with intracytoplasmic sperm injection for Nonobstructive azoospermia: Testicular histology can predict success of sperm Retrieval. J Urol. 161:112-116, 1999.

153.   T.F. Lue and M. Goldstein, editors. Vol. I Impotence and Infertility: In: Atlas of Clinical Urology. (E.D. Vaughan and A. Perlmutter eds). Current Medicine Inc., Philadelphia, 1999.

154.   M. Goldstein, editor. Surgery for Male Infertility: Atlas of the Urologic Clinics of North America. W.B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia, 1999.

155.   R.G. Uzzo, G.E. Lemack, K.P. Morrissey, and M. Goldstein, The effects of mesh bioprosthesis on spermatic cord structures: A preliminary report in a canine model. J. Urol. 161:1344-1349, 1999.

156.   A. Zini, J. Abitbol, D. Schulsinger, M. Goldstein, and P.N. Schlegel, Restoration of spermatogenesis after scrotal replacement of experimentally cryptorchid rat testis: Assessment of germ cell apoptosis and eNos expression.Urology 53:223-227, 1999.

157.   S.W. McCallum, S. Girardi and M. Goldstein, Varicocele, In: Atlas of Clinical Urology. (M. Goldstein and T. Lue, eds.), Currrent Medicine, Inc., Philadelphia, pp. 11.1-11.10, 1999.

158.   G. Matthews and M. Goldstein, Microsurgical vasovasostomy, In: Atlas of Clinical Urology. (M. Goldstein and T. Lue, eds.), Current Medicine, Inc., Philadelphia, pp. 12.1-12.8, 1999.

159.   S.W. McCallum, R.E. Berger, and M. Goldstein, Vasoepididymostomy, In: Infertility and Impotence, Vol. I. Atlas of Clinical Urology. (M. Goldstein, T. Lue, eds.), C甀爀爀攀渀琀 䴀攀搀椀挀椀渀攀 䤀渀挀⸀Ⰰ 倀栀椀氀愀搀攀氀瀀栀椀愀Ⰰ 瀀瀀⸀ ㄀㌀⸀㄀ⴀ㄀㌀⸀㤀Ⰰ ㄀㤀㤀㤀⸀㰀戀爀⼀㸀㰀戀爀⼀㸀㄀㘀 ⸀☀渀戀猀瀀㬀☀渀戀猀瀀㬀☀渀戀猀瀀㬀刀⸀䄀⸀ 䈀爀愀渀搀攀氀氀 愀渀搀 䴀⸀ 䜀漀氀搀猀琀攀椀渀Ⰰ 嘀愀猀攀挀琀漀洀礀 爀攀瘀攀爀猀愀氀⸀  䌀漀洀瀀⸀ 吀栀攀爀⸀ ㈀㘀㨀㌀㤀ⴀ㐀㌀Ⰰ ㈀   ⸀㰀戀爀⼀㸀㰀戀爀⼀㸀㄀㘀㄀⸀☀渀戀猀瀀㬀☀渀戀猀瀀㬀☀渀戀猀瀀㬀䬀⸀ 䐀愀爀搀愀猀栀琀椀Ⰰ 刀⸀ 圀椀氀氀椀愀洀猀 愀渀搀 䴀⸀ 䜀漀氀搀猀琀攀椀渀Ⰰ 䴀椀挀爀漀猀甀爀最椀挀愀氀 琀攀猀琀椀猀 戀椀漀瀀猀礀㨀 䄀 渀漀瘀攀氀 琀攀挀栀渀椀焀甀攀 昀漀爀 搀椀愀最渀漀猀琀椀挀 愀渀搀 琀栀攀爀愀瀀攀甀琀椀挀 爀攀琀爀椀攀瘀愀氀 漀昀 琀攀猀琀椀挀甀氀愀爀 琀椀猀猀甀攀⸀  䨀⸀ 唀爀漀氀⸀ ㄀㘀㌀㨀㄀㈀ 㘀ⴀ㄀㈀ 㜀Ⰰ ㈀   ⸀㰀戀爀⼀㸀㰀戀爀⼀㸀㄀㘀㈀⸀☀渀戀猀瀀㬀☀渀戀猀瀀㬀☀渀戀猀瀀㬀夀⸀刀⸀ 匀栀攀礀渀欀椀渀Ⰰ 䴀⸀䔀⸀ 䌀栀攀渀 愀渀搀 䴀⸀ 䜀漀氀搀猀琀攀椀渀Ⰰ 䤀渀琀爀愀瘀愀猀愀氀 愀稀漀漀猀瀀攀爀洀椀愀㨀 䄀 猀甀爀最椀挀愀氀 搀椀氀攀洀洀愀⸀  䈀爀⸀ 䨀⸀ 唀爀漀氀⸀ 㠀㔀㨀㄀ⴀ㘀Ⰰ ㈀   ⸀㰀戀爀⼀㸀㰀戀爀⼀㸀㄀㘀㌀⸀☀渀戀猀瀀㬀☀渀戀猀瀀㬀☀渀戀猀瀀㬀刀漀礀 䄀⸀ 䈀爀愀渀搀攀氀氀Ⰰ 䴀愀爀挀 䜀漀氀搀猀琀攀椀渀Ⰰ 䔀氀攀挀琀椀瘀攀 匀琀攀爀椀氀椀稀愀琀椀漀渀⸀ 椀渀㨀 䌀甀爀爀攀渀琀 䌀氀椀渀椀挀愀氀 唀爀漀氀漀最礀㨀 伀昀昀椀挀攀 唀爀漀氀漀最礀㨀 吀栀攀 䌀氀椀渀椀挀椀愀渀鈀猀 䜀甀椀搀攀⸀ 攀搀㨀 䔀⸀䐀⸀ 䬀甀爀猀栀 愀渀搀 䨀⸀䌀⸀ 唀氀挀栀愀欀攀爀Ⰰ 䠀甀洀愀渀愀 倀爀攀猀猀 䤀渀挀⸀ 吀漀琀漀眀愀Ⰰ 一⸀ 䨀⸀Ⰰ 瀀瀀⸀ ㌀㤀㔀ⴀ㐀 ㌀Ⰰ ㈀  ㄀⸀㰀戀爀⼀㸀㰀戀爀⼀㸀㄀㘀㐀⸀☀渀戀猀瀀㬀☀渀戀猀瀀㬀☀渀戀猀瀀㬀一⸀ 䨀愀渀稀攀渀Ⰰ 䴀⸀ 䜀漀氀搀猀琀攀椀渀Ⰰ 倀⸀ 一⸀ 匀挀栀氀攀最攀氀Ⰰ 䨀⸀ 䠀愀爀椀瀀爀愀猀栀愀搀Ⰰ 䜀⸀䐀⸀ 倀愀氀攀爀洀漀Ⰰ 愀渀搀 娀⸀ 刀漀猀攀渀眀愀欀猀Ⰰ 唀猀攀 漀昀 攀氀攀挀琀椀瘀攀氀礀 挀爀礀漀瀀爀攀猀攀爀瘀攀搀 洀椀挀爀漀猀甀爀最椀挀愀氀氀礀 愀猀瀀椀爀愀琀攀搀 攀瀀椀搀椀搀礀洀愀氀 猀瀀攀爀洀 眀椀琀栀 䤀嘀䘀 愀渀搀 䤀䌀匀䤀 昀漀爀 甀渀爀攀挀漀渀猀琀爀甀挀琀愀戀氀攀 愀稀漀漀猀瀀攀爀洀椀愀⸀  䘀攀爀琀椀氀⸀ 匀琀攀爀椀氀⸀Ⰰ㜀㐀㨀㘀㤀㘀ⴀ 㜀 ㄀Ⰰ ㈀   ⸀ 㰀戀爀⼀㸀㰀戀爀⼀㸀㄀㘀㔀⸀☀渀戀猀瀀㬀☀渀戀猀瀀㬀☀渀戀猀瀀㬀䌀⸀倀⸀ 倀愀瘀氀漀瘀椀挀栀Ⰰ 倀⸀ 䬀椀渀最Ⰰ 䴀⸀ 䜀漀氀搀猀琀攀椀渀Ⰰ 愀渀搀 倀⸀一⸀ 匀挀栀氀攀最攀氀Ⰰ 䔀瘀椀搀攀渀挀攀 昀漀爀 愀 琀爀攀愀琀愀戀氀攀 䔀渀搀漀挀爀椀渀漀瀀愀琀栀礀 椀渀 椀渀昀攀爀琀椀氀攀 洀攀渀⸀  䨀⸀ 唀爀漀氀⸀Ⰰ ㄀㘀㔀㨀 㠀㌀㜀ⴀ㠀㐀㄀Ⰰ ㈀  ㄀⸀㰀戀爀⼀㸀㰀戀爀⼀㸀㄀㘀㘀⸀☀渀戀猀瀀㬀☀渀戀p; M. Goldstein and P. Chan, Vasectomy and Vasectomy Reversal. In: “Pathophysiology and Treatement of Male Sexual and Reproductive Dysfunction”. ed: F. Kandeel, Marcel Dekker, Inc., 2001.

167.   A. Lauto, M. Ohebshalom, M. Esposito, J. Mingin, P.S. Li, D. Felsen, M. Goldstein, D. P. Poppas, Self-expandable chitosan stent: design and preparation. Biomaterials 22: 1869-1874, 2001.

168.   P. S. Li, M. Goldstein, P. N. Schlegel, Surgical Sperm Retrieval: Which Method to Use? Natl. J Androl., 7 (2): 71-78, 2001.

169.   G. Berger, M. Goldstein and M. Fuerst, In: “The Couple’s Guide to Fertility”, Third Edition. Broadway/Random House, New York, 2001.

170.   S. McCallum, P. S. Li, Y. Sheynkin, L. Su, P. Chan, M. Goldstein, Comparison of Intussusception Pull-Through End-to-Side and The Conventional End-To-Side Microsurgical Vasoepididymostomy: Prospective Randomized Controlled Study in Male Wistar Rats. J. Urol, 167:2284-2288, 2002.

171.   L. T. O’Connor, Jr. and M. Goldstein: Topical Perioperative Antibiotic Prophylaxis for Minor Clean Inguinal Surgery. J. Am.Coll. Surg.,194:407- 410, 2002.

172.   C.V. Hopps, M. Goldstein: Ultrasound guided needle localization and microsurgical exploration for incidental nonpalpable testicular tumors. J. Urol. 168:1084-1087, 2002.

173.   M. Goldstein, Surgical management of male infertility and other scrotal disorders, In: Campbell's Urology, Eight Edition (P.C. Walsh, A.B. Retik, E.D. Vaughan, Jr., and A.J. Wein, eds.), W.B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia, pp1532-1587, 2002.

174.   M. Goldstein, RE: Corporoplasty using tunica albuginea free grafts for penile curvature: surgical technique and long-term results, (Letter to editor). J. Urol., 168:2134, 2002.

175.   C.V. Hopps, M. Goldstein, P.N. Schlegel: The diagnosis and treatment of the azoospermic patient in the age of intracytoplasmic sperm injection. Urologic Clinics of North America, 29:895-911, 2002.

176.   C.V. Hopps, M. Goldstein: Editorial Commentary: Outcomes for vaso-vasostomy with bilateral intravasal azoospermia. J. Androl., 24:22-24, 2003.

177.   P.T.K. Chan, P.S. Li, M.Goldstein: Microsurgical vasoepididymostomy: a prospective randomized study of 3 intussusception techniques in rats. J. Urol., 169, 1924-1929, 2003.

178.   D. Schiff, P.S. Li, P.N. Schlegel, M. Goldstein: Rapid disappearance of spermatozoa after vasal occlusion in the dog. J. Androl., 24 (3), 361-363, 2003.

179.   Y. R. Sheynkin, R. Bhalla, M. Goldstein: Fertility issues in pediatric urology. Part I. AUA Update, Lesson 27:210-216, 2003.

180.   Y.R. Sheynkin, R. Bhalla, D. Schulsinger, M. Goldstein: Fertility issues in pediatric urology. Part II. AUA Update, Lesson 28:218-224, 2003.

181.   D.M. Rodin, D. Larone, M. Goldstein: Relationship between semen cultures, leukospermia, and semen analysis in men undergoing fertility evaluation. Fertil. and Steril., 79:1555-1558, 2003.

182.   J.T. Anger, B.R. Gilbert, M. Goldstein: Cryopreservation of sperm: indications, methods and results. J. Urol., 170, 1079-1084, 2003.

183.   C.V. Hopps, M.L. Lemer, P.N. Schlegel, M. Goldstein: Intraoperative varicocele anatomy: A microscopic study of the inguinal versus subinguinal approach. J. Urol., 170, 2366-2370, 2003.

184.   C.V. Hopps, A. Mielnik, M. Goldstein, G.D. Palermo, Z. Rosenwaks, P.N Schlegel: Detection of sperm in men with Y chromosome microdeletions of the AZFa, AZFb and AZFc regions. Hum. Reprod., 18: 1660-1665. 2003.

185.   S. Boorjian, M. Lipkin, M. Goldstein: The impact of Obstructive Interval and Sperm Granuloma on Outcome of Vasectomy Reversal. J. Urol., 171, 304-306, 2004.

186.   J. Schiff, P.S. Li, M. Goldstein: Robotic microsurgical vasovasostomy and vasoepididymostomy: A prospective randomized study in a rat model. J. Urol., 171,1720-1725, 2004.

187.   P. Chan, M. Goldstein: Superior outcomes of microsurgical vasectomy reversal in men with the same female partners. Fertil. and Steril., 81:1371-1374, 2004.

188.   J. Schiff, P.S. Li, M. Goldstein: Correlation of ultrasonographic and orchidometer measurements of testis volume in adults. Br. J. Urol, 93:1015-1017, 2004

189.   J.D. Schiff, P.S. Li, M. Goldstein: Toward a suture-less vaso-vasostomy: Use of Biomaterials and surgical sealants in rat vaso-vasostomy model. J. Urol. 172:1192-1195, September 2004

190.   J.A. Tash Anger, M. Goldstein: Intravasal toothpaste in men with obstructive azoospermia is derived from vasal epithelium, not sperm. J. Urol., 172:634-636, August, 2004.

191.   C.V. Hopps, P.N. Schlegel, M. Goldstein, A practical approach to male infertility. In: Principles of Gender-Specific Medicine. (Marianne J. Legato, ed.), Elsevier, pp. 538-549, 2004.

192.   P. Chan, M. Goldstein, Z. Rosenwaks (eds.), Reproductive Medicine Secrets. Hanley & Belfus, Inc., Philadelphia, 2004.

193.   P.T.K. Chan, M. Goldstein, Vasectomy, In: Reproductive Medicine Secrets. (P. Chan, M. Goldstein, Z. Rosenwaks, eds.) Hanley & Belfus, Inc, Philadelphia, pp. 113-121, 2004.

194.   P.T.K. Chan, M. Goldstein, Reproductive tract reconstruction and vasectomy reversal, In: Reproductive Medicine Secrets. (P. Chan, M. Goldstein, Z. Rosenwaks, eds.) Hanley & Belfus, Inc, Philadelphia, pp. 122-135, 2004.

195.   P.S. Li, Q. Dong, M. Goldstein, Microsurgical approaches for the treatment of obstructive azoospermia. National J. Androl., 10(9):643-650, 2004.

196.   J.D. Raman, M. Goldstein, Intraoperative characterization of arterial vasculature in spermatic cord. Urology, 64(3):561-564, 2004.

197.   E.D. Grober, P.T.K. Chan, A. Zini, M. Goldstein: Microsurgical treatment of persistent or recurrent varicocele. Fertil. and Steril., 82(3): 718-722, 2004.

198.   C.V. Hopps, M. Goldstein, Varicocele: general considerations. In: Glenn’s Urologic Surgery, 592-597, 2004.   

199.   P. Esponda, M. Goldstein, S.S. Witkin: In vitro transfection of the human vas deferens using DNA-liposome and DNA neutral lipid complexes. Fertil. and Steril., 81(1): 171-175, 2004.

200.   J.T. Anger, G. J. Wang, S.A. Boorjian, M. Goldstein: Sperm cryopreservation and in vitro fertilization/intracytoplasmic sperm injection in men with congenital bilateral absence of the vas deferens: a success story. Fertil and Steril., 82(5): 1452-1454, 2004.

201.   C.V. Hopps, M. Goldstein: Varicocele: Unified theory of pathophysiology and treatment. AUA Update, 23(12): 90-95, 2004.

202.   P.T.K. Chan, M. Goldstein: Surgical treatment of male infertility. J.J. Sciarra (ed). In: Gyn. & Obst., [CD-ROM], Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Vol 5: Chapter 66, 2004.

203.   P.T.K. Chan, E.J. Wright, M. Goldstein, Incidence and post-operative outcomes of accidental ligation of the testicular artery during microsurgical varicocelectomy. J. Urol. 173, 482-484, 2005.

204.   J.D. Schiff, P.S. Li, M. Goldstein, Robotic microsurgical vaso-vasostomy and vaso-epididymostomy in rats. Int. J. Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery, Vol 1, No 2, 2005.

205.   J. Schiff, C. Kelly, M. Goldstein, P. Schlegel, D. Poppas, Managing varicoceles in children: results with microsurgical varicocelectomy. Br. J. Urol. Int., 95, 399-402, 2005.

206.   J.D. Schiff, G.D. Palermo, L.L. Veeck, M. Goldstein, Z. Rosenwaks, P.N. Schlegel: Success of TESE-ICSI in men with non-mosaic Klinefelter’s syndrome. Submitted to JCEM 11/03, Submitted.

207.   M. Goldstein and P. Chan, Vasectomy and vasectomy reversal, In: Pathophysiology and Treatment of Male Sexual and Reproductive Dysfunction. (Fouad Kandeel, ed.), Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, NY. In Press.

208.   D. Shin, L.I. Lipshultz, M. Goldstein et al: Herniorrhaphy with polypropylene mesh causing inguinal vasal obstruction: A preventable cause of obstructive azoospermia. Submitted, The Annals of Surgery.

209.   J.D. Schiff, P.S. Li, M. Goldstein, Correlation of ultrasound measured venous size and reversal of flow with Valsalva with improvement in semen analysis parameters after varicocelectomy. Br. J. Urol., In Press.

210.   J. Raman, M. Goldstein, The inheritance of varicoceles. Urology, In Press.

211.   J. Schiff, P.T.K. Chan, P.S. Li, S. Finkelberg, M. Goldstein, Outcome and late failures compared in four techniques of vaso-epididymostomy in 153 consecutive men. Submitted, J. Urol.

212.   J. Ramen, C. Norbert, M. Goldstein, Increased incidence of testicular cancer in men presenting with infertility and an abnormal semen analysis. J. Urol., In Press.

Honors and Awards

1980-82   Ferdinand C. Valentine Fellowship Award of the NY Academy of Medicine

1980-82   American Urological Association (AUA) Scholar Award

1981 Grand Prize Winner, Ferdinand C. Valentine Urology Prize, Essay Contest of the NY Academy of Medicine and the NY Section of the AUA

1986 First Prize, Best Movie "Microsurgical vaso-vasostomy: An

atraumatic multilayer technique", Annual Meeting. American Fertility Society and Canadian Fertility and Andrology Society.

1987 Video Urology, Award for Excellence in Video Production.

"Microsurgical vaso-vasostomy"

1990 Video Urology, Award for Excellence in Video Production.   "No-scalpel vasectomy"

1994 Co-Author, Best Poster, Infertility Session, Annual Meeting of the AUA

1994 Senior Author, Urology Residents Prize Paper, Annual Meeting of the

American Fertility Society

1994 Co-Author, Hamilton-Thorn Prize for best paper of the year in the Journal of Andrology

1995 Co-Author, Urology Prize Paper, Annual Meeting of the American

Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM)

1995 Best Urology Video, Annual Meeting of ASRM

1996 President, Society for Male Reproduction and Urology, ASRM

1997 Master Teacher in Urology Award, Alumni Association, College of Medicine, SUNY Health Sciences Center at Brooklyn

1997 RESOLVE, New York City Chapter Award for "Outstanding Dedication

and Commitment to Family Building"

1983-2000 Sponsor or co-sponsor of 15 prize-winning papers, Ferdinand C. Valentine Essay Contest, New York Academy of Medicine and New York Section, AUA

1999 American Infertility Association Award for Special Contribution and

Continued Devotion to Family Building.

2000 Visiting Professor and Immergut Lectureship, Maimonides Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY.

2000 "Best Doctors in New York”, New York Magazine

2001 “America’s Top Doctors”, Castle-Connolly Medical, LTD.

2001 “Best Doctors in New York”, New York Magazine

2001 Annual Visiting Professor and Judge-6th Annual Resident’s Day

Competition SUNY Upstate NY Urological Association, Syracuse, NY.

2002 Paul Peter’s Symposium Visiting Professor, Dept. of Urology, University

of Texas Southwestern.

2002 Annual Visiting Professor Dept. of Urology, University of Michigan.

2002 “Who’s Who in America”, Marquis Who’s Who

2002 “Best Doctors in New York”, New York Magazine

2002 “Best Doctors in America”

2002 “America’s Top Doctors”, Castle-Connolly Medical

2002 Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award, SUNY Downstate Medical Center, College of Medicine.

2002 John Kingsley Lattimer Award in Urology from the Kidney and

Urology Foundation of America.

2002 First Prize, Best Videotape “Ultra-Precise Multi-Layer Microsurgical

Vasovasostomy: Tricks of the Trade”, Marc Goldstein, Peter Chan, Philip Li. Annual Meeting American Urological Association.

2002 First Prize, Best Research Paper, “Intussuseption vasoepididymostomy, comparison of three techniques in rats”, Peter Chan, Philip Li, Marc Goldstein. Annual Meeting of Canadian Urological Association.

2002 First Prize, Best Urology Video, “Three techniques of microsurgical intussusception vasoepididymostomy: Cost-effective options for obstructive azoospermia”, Marc Goldstein, Peter Chan, Philip Li. Annual Meeting of ASRM.

2003 First Prize, Best Videotape “Microsurgical Intussusception Vasoepididymostomy: Tricks of the Trade”, Marc Goldstein, Peter Chan,Philip Li. Annual Meeting AUA.

2003 “Best Doctors in America”

2004 “Who’s Who in America”, Marquis Who’s Who.

2004 “Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare”

2004 Bonei Olam Medical Achievement Award

2004 First Prize, Best Urology Paper, “Comparison of patency rates, pregnancy and late failures in four techniques of vasoepididymostomy in 143 consecutive patients”, Jonathan D. Schiff, Peter T. Chan, Philip S. Li, Samuel Finkelberg, Marc Goldstein. Annual Meeting of ASRM.