3/10 American Board of Urology
Specialty / Expertise
Dr. Voelzke has a clinical interest in reconstructive urology. Reconstructive urology includes the surgical management of issues related to the kidney, ureter, bladder and genitals (urethra, penis, scrotum). The surgical management of urethral stricture disease, adult hypospadias, male stress urinary incontinence, rectourethral fistula, and acute complications related to genitourinary trauma are particular areas of his expertise.
Following successful management of pelvic cancers, additional reconstructive surgery may be necessary to rehabilitate the lower urinary tract. Such additional surgery can be vital to improve the patient’s perceived quality of life. While these cases can be challenging, Dr. Voelzke and his staff are interested in the role of surgical reconstruction to manage surgical- and/or radiation-related issues.
Education & Training
Bryan Voelzke received his undergraduate Bachelor’s degree from Baylor University and his MD degree at the University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, where he was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. After finishing his general surgery internship and urology residency at Loyola University Medical Center, Dr. Voelzke completed a fellowship in genitourinary trauma and urologic reconstruction at the University of California - San Francisco Medical Center. Since joining the urology department, he has completed a MS in Public Health/Epidemiology to further enable his clinical research.
Voelzke BB Breyer BN, McAninch JW “Blunt pediatric anterior and posterior urethral trauma: 32-year experience and outcomes.” Journal of Pediatric Urology epub ahead of print PMID 21664873.
Voelzke BB “Re: Assessing the usefulness of delayed imaging in routine followup for renal trauma." P. Davis, M.F. Bultitude, J. Koukounaras, P.L. Royce and N.M. Corcoran. J Urol 2010; 184: 973-977.” Journal of Urology 2011 Apr; 185; 4; 1538-40.
Hotaling JM, Sorensen MD, Smith TG 3rd, Rivara FP, Wessells H, Voelzke BB “Analysis of diagnostic angiography and angioembolization in the acute management of renal trauma using a national data set.” Journal of Urology 2011 April; 185; 4; 1316-20.
Will TA, Polcari AJ, Garcia JG, Ouwenga MK, Voelzke BB, Greisler HP, Turk TM “Paclitaxel inhibits ureteral smooth muscle cell proliferation and collagen production in the absence of cell toxicity.” Journal of Urology 2011 Jan; 1885; 1; 335-40.
Hicks BG, Lopez EA, Eastman R Jr, Simonovsky FI, Ratner BD, Wessells H, Voelzke BB, Bassuk JA “Differential affinity of vitronectin versus collagen for synthetic biodegradable scaffolds for urethroplastic applications.” Biomaterials 2011 Jan; 32; 3; 797-808.
Smith TG 3rd, Wessells HB, Mack CD, Kaufman R, Bulger EM, Voelzke BB “Examination of the impact of airbags on renal injury using a national database.” Journal of the American College of Surgeons 2010 Sept; 211; 3; 355-60.
Breyer BN, McAninch JW, Whitson JM, Eisenberg ML, Mehdizadeh JF, Myers JB, Voelzke BB “Multivariate analysis of risk factors for long-term urethroplasty outcome.” Journal of Urology 2010 Feb; 183; 2; 613-7.
Breyer BN, McAninch JW, Whitson JM, Eisenberg ML, Master VA, Voelzke BB, Elliott SP “Effect of obesity on urethroplasty outcome.” Urology 2009 Jun; 73; 6; 1352-5
Voelzke BB, McAninch JW “Renal gunshot wounds: clinical management and outcome.” Journal of Trauma 2009 Mar; 66; 3; 593-600.
Voelzke BB, McAninch JW “The current management of renal injuries.” American Journal of Surgeries 2008 Aug; 74; 8; 667-78.
Voelzke BB, McAninch JW “Is genitourinary imaging necessary in patients who have microscopic hematuria after trauma?” Nature Clinical Practice Urology 2007 Nov; 4; 11; 590-1.
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