The Department of Urology’s team of reconstructive specialists brings extensive training and experience to their practice in the diagnosis and treatment of all manner of urologic dysfunctions. At our high-volume referral center with particular expertise in minimally invasive surgical techniques for treating these disorders, we are able to offer the very best in urologic care for a variety of issues including:
- Urethral strictures
- Peyronie’s Disease
- Penile Prosthesis
- Penile reconstruction (phalloplasty)
Our fellowship-trained surgeons are uniquely knowledgeable about even the most uncommon diagnoses, and offer personalized comprehensive treatments for each patient and their particular conditions.
Dr. John Barry joined the urology faculty at OHSU in 1973, and has made significant contributions to the field of reconstructive urology. Responsible for placing the first inflatable penile prosthesis in the Pacific Northwest in 1975, Dr. Barry also developed the penoscrotal approach for this procedure in 1979. Additionally, he is responsible for creation of the corpus cavernosum to dorsal vein of penis shunt for priapism, and developed the novel testing method for nocturnal penile tumescence utilizing stamps in 1980. Dr. Barry specializes in both open and minimally invasive surgical treatment of reconstructive diagnoses.
Dr. Daniel Dugi has specialized fellowship training in the areas of Trauma, Reconstructive Urology, and Prosthetics, and extensive experience treating urethral strictures, erectile dysfunction, Peyronie’s disease, male incontinence, and all manner of other reconstructive concerns. He utilizes both open and minimally invasive surgical techniques, with the goal of helping his patients return to living a healthy, active lifestyle as quickly as possible.
Dr. Jonathan Witten recently joined the Urology Faculty, specializing in Reconstructive Urology. He completed advanced fellowship training in the areas of Trauma and Reconstructive Urology, including the diagnosis and treatment of urethral strictures, male incontinence, Peyronie's disease, erectile dysfunction, as well as complex problems such as buried penis, adult complications of hypospadias, genital lymphedema, recto-urethral fistula, and complications after radiation therapy.
Kathleen is a board-certified Nurse Practitioner who works closely with Dr. Daniel Dugi in the OHSU Transgender Program. She was born in the Philippines and has lived in Las Vegas, NV for the majority her life until recently moving to Portland. She graduated nursing school from UNLV and has worked in a variety of different settings from medical surgical to ICU. Kat received her F.N.P. degree from Charles Drew University. As a Nurse Practitioner she has worked primarily in clinical research as a sub-investigator for many clinical trials.
Transgender Health Program
Community Forum with Daniel Dugi III, M.D.