Ryan Terlecki, MD, FACS

Ryan Terlecki, MD, FACS

Wake Forest Baptist Health

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Ryan P. Terlecki, MD, is a reconstructive urologist for Wake Forest Baptist Health, an academic Level 1 trauma center. His positions include Director of the Men's Health Clinic, Director of Medical Student Education, and Fellowship Director for Reconstructive Urology. His publications cover multiple areas of trauma and reconstruction and his research is focused primarily on models of wound healing and regeneration in the lower genitourinary system. Dr. Terlecki completed two separate fellowships in reconstructive surgery following residency, and is a member of the Genitourinary Reconstructive Surgeons (GURS). Dr. Terlecki’s areas of expertise include urethral stricture disease, male sexual dysfunction, male incontinence, Peyronie's disease, chronic testicular pain, hypogonadism, and infertility.

Articles by Ryan Terlecki, MD, FACS

Sexual and Urinary Health After Treatment for Prostate Cancer

Dr. Ryan P. Terlecki presented “Sexual and Urinary Health After Treatment for Prostate Cancer” at the 26th Annual Perspectives in Urology: Point-Counterpoint, November 10, 2017 in Scottsdale, AZ How to cite: Terlecki, Ryan P. “Sexual and Urinary Health After Treatment for Prostate Cancer” November 10, 2017. Accessed Jan 2018. https://grandroundsinurology.com/sexual-urinary-health-treatment-prostate-cancer Summary: Dr. Ryan P. Terlecki, MD, FACS, discusses urinary control following prostate cancer surgery and following radiation therapy, the outcomes of anti-incontinence surgery and the impact of radiation therapy, the current state of the art of penile rehabilitation after radical prostatectomy and the evidence or lack thereof for different strategies. Sexual and...

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The Negative Impact of Testosterone Treatment

Dr. Ryan P. Terlecki presented “The Negative Impact of Testosterone Treatment” at the 26th Annual Perspectives in Urology: Point-Counterpoint, November 10, 2017 in Scottsdale, AZ How to cite: Terlecki, Ryan P. “The Negative Impact of Testosterone Treatment” November 10, 2017. Accessed. https://grandroundsinurology.com/negative-impact-testosterone-treatment Summary: In the second part of the Point-Counterpoint debate on whether or not testosterone treatment is safe and effective, Dr. Ryan P. Terlecki, MD, FACS, argues against the blind use of testosterone treatment as a method to treat prostate cancer and highlights some of the potential dangers and risks of testosterone treatment. View Dr. E. David Crawford’s Counterargument on Testosterone...

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Erectile Dysfunction and the Detection of Subclinical Cardiovascular Disease

Dr. Ryan P. Terlecki presented “Erectile Dysfunction and the Detection of Subclinical Cardiovascular Disease” at the 26th Annual Perspectives in Urology: Point-Counterpoint, November 10, 2017 in Scottsdale, AZ How to cite: Terlecki, Ryan P. “Erectile Dysfunction and the Detection of Subclinical Cardiovascular Disease” November 10, 2017. Accessed Jan 2018. https://grandroundsinurology.com/erectile-dysfunction-detection-subclinical-cardiovascular-disease Summary: Dr. Ryan P. Terlecki, MD, FACS, reviews the data linking erectile dysfunction and cardiovascular health, data on the potential risks with standard medications that are commonly used, and discusses the steps in evaluating a patient before he is put on PDE5 inhibitors. Erectile Dysfunction and the Detection of Subclinical Cardiovascular Disease Transcript:...

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Association of BHP with OAB: The Plumbing or the Pump?

Dr. Ryan P. Terlecki presented “Association of BHP with Overactive Bladder: The Plumbing or the Pump?” at the 26th Annual Perspectives in Urology: Point-Counterpoint, November 10, 2017 in Scottsdale, AZ How to cite: Terlecki, Ryan P. “Association of BHP with OAB: The Plumbing or the Pump?” November 10, 2017. Accessed Jan 2018. https://grandroundsinurology.com/prostate-physiology-diseased-organ Summary: Dr. Ryan P. Terlecki, MD, FACS, discusses concomitant treatments of overactive bladder and BPH, properly diagnosing sources of LUTS, and when it is appropriate to order urodynamics for a patient.  Association of BHP with Overactive Bladder: The Plumbing or the Pump? Edited Transcript: Matt T Rosenberg has a...

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Prostate Physiology: The Most Diseased Organ in the Male Body

Dr. Ryan P. Terlecki presented “Prostate Physiology: The Most Diseased Organ in the Male Body” at the 26th Annual Perspectives in Urology: Point-Counterpoint , November 10, 2017 in Scottsdale, AZ How to cite: Terlecki, Ryan P. “Prostate Physiology: The Most Diseased Organ in the Male Body” November 10, 2017. Accessed Jan 2018. https://grandroundsinurology.com/prostate-physiology-diseased-organ Summary: Dr. Ryan P. Terlecki, MD, FACS, outlines prostate physiology and the prostate microbiome, explaining how both lend themselves to a cancer-prone or an infection-prone status, especially as men age. Prostate Physiology: The Most Diseased Organ in the Male Body Edited Transcript: I was glad to be assigned this...

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