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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, MD

Journal | August 24, 2022

Rectal spacing technology can reduce radiation exposure to nontarget organs, which decreases toxicity.

Akhil Abraham Saji, MD

Journal | August 24, 2022

A review of a series of articles published by Urology on diversity, equity, and inclusion findings in prostate cancer care.

Akhil Abraham Saji, MD

Journal | August 24, 2022

18F-based PSMA imaging can provide greater spatial resolution as well as detect lesions not picked up by 68Ga-PSMA-11.

Akhil Abraham Saji, MD

RLT-PSMA | August 15, 2022

Dr. Saji continues his interview with Dr. Sonni about using PSMA-PET to understand recurrence risk and inform therapy plans.

Akhil Abraham Saji, MD

RLT-PSMA | August 9, 2022

Akhil Saji, MD, interviews Ida Sonni, MD, about using PSMA-PET to better understand recurrence risk and inform therapy plans.

Akhil Abraham Saji, MD

Journal | July 27, 2022

The role of 3D modeling in the treatment of renal tumors is discussed, including developments in the technology.

Akhil Abraham Saji, MD

Journal | July 27, 2022

Plenary highlights from AUA 2022, including non-muscle invasive bladder cancer treatments and the SPOTLIGHT study.

Akhil Abraham Saji, MD

Journal | June 24, 2022

PSMA biology as well as diagnostics and theranostics updates from AUA 2022 are discussed, along with PSMA modalities.

Akhil Abraham Saji, MD

Journal | June 24, 2022

The differences between single versus multiport robotic prostatectomies are highlighted, previously debated at AUA 2022.

Akhil Abraham Saji, MD

Journal | June 24, 2022

Dr. Saji gives an overview of a presentation from AUA 2022 on the underrepresentation of women in urologic oncology.