Cui T, Terlecki R, Atala A. Tissue engineering in urethral reconstruction. Arch Esp Urol. 2014;67(1):29-34.
Cui T, Terlecki R. Failure of the inflatable penile prosthesis due to abnormal folding of a low profile reservoir [abstract]. Neurourol Urodyn. 2014;33(2):260.
Mirzazadeh M, Cui T, Terlecki R. Infrequent complications associated with reservoirs of urologic prosthetics, a case series and literature review [abstract]. Neurourol Urodyn. 2014;33(2):259-260.
Cui T, Terlecki R. Failure of the inflatable penile prosthesis due to abnormal folding of a low-profile reservoir [abstract]. J Mens Health. 2014;11(1):A15.
Cui T, Terlecki R. Incidence of relative deficiencies in testosterone and vitamin B-12 among patients referred for chronic orchialgia: implications for management [abstract]. J Mens Health. 2014;11(1):A8.
Patel M, Terlecki R. Urologic applications of platelet rich plasma: patient perceived outcomes and adverse events [abstract]. J Mens Health. 2014;11(1):A14.
Mirzazadeh M, Cui T, Terlecki R. Infrequent complications associated with reservoirs of urologic prostheses: a case series and literature review [abstract]. J Mens Health. 2014;11(1):A28.
Koslov D, Wood K, Hood B, Gorbachinsky I, Terlecki R. Treatment of refractory bladder neck contractures with immunologic modulators [abstract]. J Mens Health. 2014;11(1):A30.
Koslov D, Wood K, Gorbachinsky I, King C, Terlecki R. Treatment of bladder neck contractures with multiple immunologic modulators [abstract]. Neurourol Urodyn. 2013;32(2):177.
Terlecki RP, Steele MC, Valadez C, Morey AF. Re: Urethral rest: role and rationale in preparation for anterior urethroplasty [editorial comment]. J Urol. 2012;187(2):550-551.
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Assistant Professor, Urology
Erectile Dysfunction, Peyronie's Disease, Urethral Reconstruction
Ryan Terlecki, M.D.
Assistant Professor, Urology
The overall Patient Rating score is the average of responses to the nine questions listed below. The questions are from the Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey. Responses are measured on a 1 to 5 scale, where 1 represents "very poor" and 5 represents "very good."
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I AM THE PATIENT'S WIFE. I AM A RETIRED RN. I WORKED IN A TEACHING HOSP FOR 38 YRS. I HAVE NEVER MET ANOTHER PHYSICIAN THAT I WAS SO IMPRESSED WITH AS DR' TERLEKI. HE IS THE ROLE MODEL THAT EVERY PHYSICIAN SHOULD ASPIRE TO BE OR TO FOLLOW. HE WAS VERY PROFESSIONAL. HE KNEW THE PATIENT'S HISTORY(SOME THINGS THAT I HAD FORGOTTEN) VERBATIM. AS I STATED IN A PREVIOUS SURVEY, I THINK EVERY INTERN & RESIDENT SHOULD SEE HIM IN ACTION.
The doctor is very friendly, but has an way about him that makes you feel as though he is above you (grant it he is a MD, very intelligent but just because I am not a MD does not make me and uninformed moron)
very good, would recommend this provider to anybody.
I was very relieved and felt confident in the health practitioners who were looking after my health concern.
He could spend a little more time with his patients otherwise the experience was excellent
could not ask for better provider , he is excellent and takes the time to assure all questions are answered and assures I received all services needed . EXCELLENT !
My normal provider or PA was not available so I was offered an appt with Ryan. I was very pleased at the time he took to review my records and offer suggestions and possible treatments. I was also very pleased at the comments on the my wake web site and with his response to my lab tests. overall very pleased
I have nothing bad to say. This clinic is nothing short of excellent.
I was completely satisfied with every aspect of my visit. The wait time was a little long, but,as I have stated, if a patient required extra time for treatment or explanation of their own problem; that could have put Dr Terlecki behind a little.