Keck School Faculty

Stuart Boyd

Stuart Boyd

Retired Faculty
Emeriti Center
NOR 7416 Health Sciences Campus Los Angeles


compiled by Castle Connolly Medical Ltd: 2011 list of America's Top Doctors, 2011

Woodward/White: Directory of Experts, 1994

: AMS Outstanding National Instructor Award (Impotency/Prosthetics), 1994

Outcomes of Alternative Reservoir Placement in the Lateral Retroperitoneum During Inflatable Penile Prosthesis Placement Urology. 2021 06; 152:35-41. . View in PubMed

Predictors of Device-related Complications After Exchange of the Pressure-regulating Balloon in Men With an Artificial Urinary Sphincter Urology. 2020 Jan; 135:154-158. . View in PubMed

Dual Prosthetic Implantation After Radical Cystoprostatectomy and Neobladder: Outcomes of the Inflatable Penile Prosthesis and Artificial Urinary Sphincter in Bladder Cancer Survivors Urology. 2019 05; 127:127-132. . View in PubMed

5-cm urethral cuff at higher risk? Neurourol Urodyn. 2019 01; 38(1):187-192.. View in PubMed

Paratesticular Serous Papillary Carcinoma of High Grade and Malignant Potential: A Rare Case with a Role for Adjuvant Therapy Cureus. 2018 Feb 13; 10(2):e2188. . View in PubMed

Three-Piece Inflatable Penile Prosthesis Placement Following Pelvic Radiation: Technical Considerations and Contemporary Outcomes J Sex Med. 2018 07; 15(7):1049-1054. . View in PubMed

3-Piece Inflatable Penile Prosthesis Placement Following Radical Cystoprostatectomy and Urinary Diversion: Technique and Outcomes J Sex Med. 2018 06; 15(6):907-913. . View in PubMed

Comparison of Adjuvant Radiation Therapy Before or After Artificial Urinary Sphincter Placement: A Multi-Institutional, Retrospective Analysis Urology. 2018 03; 113:160-165. . View in PubMed

Total bladder and posterior urethral reconstruction: salvage technique for defunctionalized bladder with recalcitrant posterior urethral stenosis J Urol. 2015 May; 193(5):1649-54. . View in PubMed

Potential risk factors and outcomes of artificial urinary sphincter placement after radical cystectomy and orthotopic neobladder urinary diversion Neurourol Urodyn. 2013 Sep; 32(7):1010-3. . View in PubMed

A model for managing erectile dysfunction following prostate cancer treatment Curr Opin Urol. 2013 Mar; 23(2):129-34. . View in PubMed

Radical cystectomy with orthotopic neobladder reconstruction following prior radical prostatectomy World J Urol. 2012 Dec; 30(6):741-5. . View in PubMed

Outcomes of artificial urinary sphincter placement in men after radical cystectomy and orthotopic urinary diversions for the treatment of stress urinary incontinence: the University of Southern California experience Urology. 2012 Jun; 79(6):1397-401. . View in PubMed

Benign retroperitoneal schwannoma: a case series and review of the literature Urology. 2003 Dec; 62(6):993-7. . View in PubMed

Permanent urinary retention after transurethral injection of collagen J Urol. 2002 Feb; 167(2 Pt 1):648. . View in PubMed

Stuart D. Boyd, M.D., chief of urology at Keck Hospital of USC, ex-chief of staff at USC Norris Cancer Hospital, is professor of urology at the Keck School of Medicine. Dr. Boyd’s areas of clinical and research interest include urologic oncology, reconstruction of the urinary tract, erectile dysfunction, male urinary incontinence and peyronies disease. Dr. Boyd has become internationally recognized as a reconstructive cancer surgeon and an authority on urologic prosthetics and peyronies disease. He has developed several original reconstructive techniques utilizing these devices. He is a major referral site for previously failed prosthetic surgeries, including infections and non-functioning devices. Dr. Boyd chairs an annual urologic conference, designed to update urologists on the latest therapies, and has operated and lectured throughout the world on his techniques. Dr. Boyd joined the USC Department of Urology in 1982 after graduating with honors from Stanford University and completing his medical and urologic training at UCLA. He is annually listed as one of “The Best Doctors in America” and was named by Men’s Health Magazine (2007) as one of the top 20 urologists in the United States. He became interested in reconstructive surgery for erectile dysfunction and urinary incontinence at UCLA through his work with Joseph Kaufman, M.D. and at the Mayo Clinic under William Furlow, M.D., both of whom were pioneers in the development and use of urologic prosthesis. While at USC, he also helped pioneer the techniques for reconstruction of the bladder following bladder cancer surgery and total urethral reconstruction following radiation therapy damage or trauma from accidents.
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