Treatment & Services
- Benign Prostate Surgery
- Bladder Tumor Biopsy And Resection
- Photoselective Vaporization of the Prostate
- Prostate Biopsy
- TURP (Transurethral Resection of The Prostate)
- Urodynamic Studies
Specialty in Diseases & Conditions
- Bladder Irritating Foods
- Elevated PSA
- Enlarged Prostate/Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia
- Erectile Dysfunction
- Facts About Bladder Cancer
- Hydrocele | Spermatocele
- Hydrocele Hernia
- Kidney Infections
- Kidney Stones
- Neurogenic Bladder
- Penile Fracture
- Peyronie's Disease
- Prostate Cancer
- Prostate Disease
- Testicular Cancer
- Urethral Strictures & Urinary Fistulas
- Urinary Incontinence
- Urinary Tract Infection
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Education & Professional Highlights
Education & Fellowships
Fellowship - Cleveland Clinic
Research Urological Institute
Cleveland, OH USA
Fellowship - Cleveland Clinic
Cleveland, OH USA
Residency - Saint Vincent Health Center
Erie, PA USA
Residency - Roswell Park Cancer Institute
Buffalo, NY USA
Residency - Children's Hospital of Buffalo
Buffalo, NY USA
Residency - Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Erie, PA USA
Residency - Hamot Medical Center
Erie, PA USA
Internship - St. John Medical Center
Westlake, OH USA
Medical School - University of Baghdad College of Medicine
Undergraduate - University of Baghdad
Reconstructive surgery, urology, bladder cancer, enlarged prostate, kidney stones, neurogenic bladder, overactive bladder, prostate cancer, testicular cancer, urinary incontinence
Innovations & Patents
- <p>A total of 37 innovations submitted to Cleveland Clinic from 2002-2009 and has 5 non medical innovations</p><p><strong>Publications in Scientific Journals</strong></p><br /><ol><li><em>Diabetes Mellitus alters predictive value of PSA</em> Ayman Moussa,Ahmed Ragheb, <strong>Luay Susan</strong>, Stephen Jones and Gaurang Shah Accepted for poster presentation at North Central Section of the AUA in Phoenix, Arizona Nov. 2009
- <em>Evolution of surgical technique in partial nephrectomy for renal tumors</em> Gaurang Shah, <strong>Luay Susan</strong> and Inderbir Gill Accepted for poster presentation at the Annual British Association of Urological Surgeons June 2009
- <em>The perception of family history risk and its estimate role of having prostate cancer in the contemporary era</em> Ayman Moussa,Gaurang Shah, <strong>Luay Susan,</strong> Changhong Yu, Michael Kattan and Stephen Jones Journal of Urology 181,4 suppl.748; 2009
- <em>How to manage BOO with temporary prostatic stent </em>Neal Shore, Mirza Baig, Anthony Cantwell Douglas Chinn and <strong>Luay Susan</strong> Hands On-the latest in urological surgical techniques Urology Times 16,July 2009
- <em>Female circumcision: History,medical and psychological complications, and initiatives to eradicate this practice</em> Gaurang Shah , <strong>Luay Susan</strong> and Jean Furcroy Presented at AUA in May 2008 , Orlando,Florida The Canadian Journal of Urology; 16(2);4576 April 2009
- <em>Office-based thermotherapy improves symptom score and flow rate in BPH patients with medically refractory lower urinary tract symptoms</em> Shikha Sharma, <strong>Luay P Susan</strong>, and Craig D. Zippe Urology News, Cleveland Clinic, Glickman Urological Institute 15:16,2006-2007
- <em>Clinical and urodynamic study of 15 patients with continent urinary diversion</em>. Salah H. Falih, <strong>Luay P. Susan</strong> and Shawqi G. Gazala, Basrah Journal of Surgery; 1:25, 1997.
- <em>Gross haematuria in 62 patients. The value of cystoscopy at different age groups</em>. <strong>Luay P. Susan</strong>, Basrah Journal of Surgery; 2: 33, 1996.
- <em>Continent urinary reconstruction</em> (Kock Pouch). <strong>Luay P. Susan</strong>, Basrah Journal of Surgery; 2: 19, 1995
- <em>Yields from transrectal needle biopsy of prostate.</em> <strong>Luay P. Susan</strong>, Luay Y. Askar and Mazin H. Al-Hawaz, Basrah Journal of Surgery; 1: 64, 1995.
- <em>Biochemical comparison of human seminal plasma in fertile and Idiopathic infertile males</em>. Lamia M. Al-Namma , Sawsan Y. Al-Kass , and <strong>Luay P. Susan</strong>, Basrah Journal of Surgery; 1: 59: 1995.
- <em>The incidence and composition of urinary stones in southern Iraq</em>. Lamia. Al-Namaa, <strong>Luay P. Susan</strong>, Yasin A. Baqir , Hikmat A. Rasoul and Mustafa A. Al-Khaddar, Saudi. Med. Journal; 8: 456, 1987.
- <em>Transpubic repair of membranous urethral stricture.</em> <strong>Luay P. Susan</strong> and Hikmat A. Rasoul, The Journal of the Faculty of Medicine (Baghdad); 25: 89,1983.
- <em>Continent non-refluxing ileal bladder</em>. <strong>Luay P. Susan</strong>, Hikmat A. Rasoul and Ramzy P. Attisha, The Journal of the Faculty of Medicine (Baghdad); 25: 81, 1983.
- <em>Reactions to iodinated contrast media</em>. <strong>Luay P. Susan</strong>, The Medical Journal of Basrah University; 5: 121, 1982.
- <em>Tapered ileal ureter in severe renal damage</em>. <strong>Luay P. Susan</strong>, Hikmat A. Rasoul and Waddeh Al-Badir, The Medical Journal of Basrah University; 5: 71, 1982.
- <em>Palatal metastasis in renal cell carcinoma</em>. James D. Daughtry, <strong>Luay P. Susan</strong>, Ralph A. Straffon and Bruce H. Stewart, Urology; 13: 304,1979.
- <em>Mortality and morbidity of bilateral nephrectomy; analysis of 305 cases</em>. E. Yarematsu, <strong>Luay P. Susan</strong>, and Lynn Banowsky, Urology; 12: 55,1978.
- <em>Avascular necrosis following renal transplantation</em>. <strong>Luay P. Susan</strong>, William E. Braun and Lynn H. Banowsky, Urology; 11: 225, 1978.
- <em>Ruptured human renal allograft; pathogenesis and management</em>. <strong>Luay P. Susan</strong>, William E. Braun and Lynn H. Banowsky, Urology; 11: 53, 1978.
- <em>Delayed calyceal cutaneous fistula after renal transplantation</em>. <strong>Luay P. Susan</strong>, James D. Daughtry and William E. Braun, Cleveland Clinic Quarterly; 45: 287,1978.
- <em>A case of giant pheochromocytoma.</em> James D. Daughtry, <strong>Luay P. Susan</strong>, Ralph A. Straffon and Bruce H. Stewart, Journal of Urology; 118: 840, 1977.
- <em>Ileal conduit and cystectomy; a 10-year retrospective study</em>. James D. Daughtry, <strong>Luay P. Susan</strong>, Bruce H.Stewart and Ralph A.Straffon Journal of Urology; 118: 556, 1977
- <em>Regression of cancer metastasis by high dose of diethylstilbestrol diphosphate</em>. <strong>Luay P. Susan</strong>, Robert J. Marsh and William C. Adkins, Urology ; 7: 598,1976.
- <em>Phenolization of bladder in treatment of massive intractable hematuria</em>. <strong>Luay P. Susan</strong> and Robert J. Marsh , Urology; 5: 119, 1975.
- <em>Compete duplication of urethra</em>.<strong> Luay P. Susan</strong>, Robert J. Marsh and Anthony F. Kaminsky, Urology ;5: 390, 1975. </li></ol>
Research & Publications
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125 Patient Satisfaction Reviews
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|Courtesy, Respect & Concern||4.9|
|Knows Medical History||4.6|
|Time Spent with Patient||4.8|
|Patient Rating of Doctor||4.6|
5 Patient Comments
Reviewed on Nov 21, 2016
carefully listened to my concerns
Reviewed on Sep 15, 2016
Doctor gave prescription but didn't mention side effects-didn't learn of side effects until receiving prescription at pharmacy.
Reviewed on Aug 29, 2016
Provided detailed info about my early treatment options. Dr. Susan was very thorough in the review of my treatment history I provided from my other Doctors not connected with the Clinic. He had those documents scanned and entered as part of my patient records in the Clinic's system. This is critical to me to include all treatment history as part of my medical records even though services may be provided by other health care facilities.
Reviewed on Jun 27, 2016
Dr. Susan explained my options and gave me 100 Questions & Answers book that covered everything I would need to know.
Reviewed on Jan 28, 2016
I had a very good experience with Doctor Susan.
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