Akhil Abraham Saji, MD

Akhil Abraham Saji, MD, is a urology resident at New York Medical College/Westchester Medical Center. His interests include urology education and machine learning applications in urologic care. He is a founding and current member of the EMPIRE urology lecture series developed by the American Urological Association New York section.

Articles by Akhil Abraham Saji, MD

Akhil Abraham Saji, MDProstate Cancer | January 13, 2023
A review of the GÖTEBORG-2 trial and the current recommendations for utilizing mpMRI in prostate cancer screening, ...
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Akhil Abraham Saji, MDUrothelial Carcinoma | January 13, 2023
An investigation and review of both studies regarding their differences, similarities, and conclusions.
Akhil Abraham Saji, MDProstate Cancer | January 13, 2023
The evidence regarding bisphosphate and denosumab therapy and the impact that bone-protective agents can have on patients.
Akhil Abraham Saji, MDJournal | December 19, 2022
At the ASTRO 2022 meeting, several authors presented abstracts on postprostatectomy radiation that are worth reviewing.
Akhil Abraham Saji, MDJournal | December 19, 2022
A detail of the analgesic modalities available for treatment of patients undergoing minimally-invasive urologic surgery.
Akhil Abraham Saji, MDJournal | December 19, 2022
ASTRO 2022 included several interesting articles about genitourinary cancers, including prostate cancer and bladder cancer.
Akhil Abraham Saji, MDJournal | November 22, 2022
Stereotactic body radiotherapy can benefit RCC patients deemed unfit for surgical therapy.
Akhil Abraham Saji, MDJournal | November 22, 2022
1 of 4 will UTUC patients will have a variant histologic subtype such as squamous cell, micropapillary, or neuroendocrine.
Akhil Abraham Saji, MDJournal | November 22, 2022
The history of robot-assisted laparoscopic & open radical prostatectomies are discussed with their outcomes and future uses.
Akhil Abraham Saji, MDJournal | October 24, 2022
Integrated imaging with PET/CT has allowed clinicians to gain significant anatomical and oncologic information on tumors.