Dr. Perito had the distinct honor of speaking at the 9th Emirates International Urological and 17th Annual Arab Association of Urology Hybrid Conference! The conference was attended virtually and in person by urologists and healthcare providers hailing from Dubai, UAE. Dr. Perito gave his presentation about the use of his world-famous technique, The Perito Minimally Invasive Infrapubic Technique. Most surgeons … Read More
Dr. Perito had the honor of speaking at the 2020 SMSNA VIRTUAL LUNCH SYMPOSIUM. He presented his research and led a discussion in Proper Reservoir Placement and when to use a “narrow” Cylinder. There are stigma surrounding the nuances of using a narrow cylinder, and Dr. Perito was here to say that its use is not a bad thing!
The 21ST ANNUAL FALL SCIENTIFIC MEETING OF SMSNA was one for the history books. It was the first all virtual meeting in the history of the SMSNA. The Team at Perito Urology was pleased to participate in this year’s abstract submission. Dr. Akash Kapadia along with Dr. Perito gave a podium presentation of their abstract entitled “Evaluation and Treatment of … Read More
Dr. Perito and the team at Perito Urology proudly announce the publication of a new manuscript which has been accepted for print. Dr. Perito along with a strong team of collaborators headed by Dr. Steve Wilson, Dr. Sung Hun Park, and Dr. John Mulcahy. were able to mine their extensive database and bring novel ideas to the forefront of modern … Read More
On May 22, 2020 Dr. Perito took part in a live streaming surgical event from Casa del Sole in Formia, Rome, Italy. The event was hosted by our friend and frequent collaborator, Dr. Gabrielle Antonini. The event included 5 live penile implant surgeries. All implants were performed using the Perito Minimally Invasive Technique. A link of the event can be … Read More
April 17 /May 26, 2020 During the COVID-19 pandemic physicians were faced with challenges on how to work-up, follow-up, and consult with patients who had recently undergone surgery, those forced to reschedule, and those interested in surgery who could no longer meet face to face with their physicians. Adapting to the changing environment was essential for physicians and their patients. … Read More