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SusanJarosz

Location

Texas Medical Center
West Campus
Specialty Care

Specialty
Urology
Phone: 832-822-3160 (Main) 832-227-2220 (West) | 281-491-3636 (Sugar Land)
Fax: 832-825-3159

Address

Texas Children's Hospital - Main Campus
6701 Fannin Street
8th Floor, Wallace Tower
Houston, TX 77030

Susan Jarosz, DO

Assistant Professor of Pediatric Urology

Baylor College of Medicine

Education

School Education Degree Year
Medical College of Wisconsin Fellowship Pediatric Urology 2020
Michigan State University - Macomb University Center Residency Urology 2019
Michigan State University - College of Osteopathic Medicine Medical School Doctor of Osteopathy 2014
Western Michigan University Bachelors Bachelor of Science 2007

About

I strive to provide state of the art pediatric urologic care in a caring, compassionate environment.

Clinical Interests:

My interests range from general to complex reconstructive, robotic, and minimally invasive pediatric urology.

Research Interests:

Pediatric nephrolithiasis, neurogenic bladder secondary to spinal dysraphism, bladder exstrophy-epispadias complex, and various quality improvement measures.

Organizations

Organization Name Role
American College of Osteopathic Surgeons Member
American Medical Association Member
American Osteopathic Association Member
American Urological Association Member
Society of Fetal Urology Member

Selected Publications

Mills MJ, Nguyen J, Jarosz S, Salari M, Hurley P. Embolization of Hemorrhagic Renal Angiomyolipoma Complicated by Arteriovenous Shunting. Radiology Case Reports, Radiology Case Reports 13 (2018) pp. 982-987 & Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology. Manuscript Number: JVIR-D-18-00238

Nelson R, Jarosz S, Mcintosh G, Hoff M. Pheochromocytoma of the Bladder: An Extrememly Rare Case. Michigan Osteopathic Association Annual Spring Scientific Convention. Detroit, MI 05/15/2014

Jarosz S, Kumar A, Campbell T. Bladder Leiomyoma: A Rare Benign Tumor in a 60 y/o male. St. John Reserch Day. Warren, MI 05/2016

Jarosz S, Schober M, Feber K, Kass E. Prune Belly Syndrome with Penile and Urtheral Agenesis: A Case Report. American Clinical Assembly of Osteopathic Surgeons Poster Presentation, Washington DC 10/2017; Society of Fetal Urology Case Presentation Session, San Fransisco, CA 5/17/2018

Jarosz S, Wenzler D, Feber K. Posterior Tibial Nerve Stimulation in Pediatric Patients with Refractory Non-Neurogenic Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction. Ascension Macomb-Oakland Research Day, Warren MI 05/2019

Jarosz S, Weaver J, Weiss D, Borer J, Kryger J, Canning D, Groth T, Shukla A, Mitchell M, Roth E. Bilateral Ureteral Reimplantation at Complete Primary Repair of Exstrophy: Clinical Outcomes and Need for Subsequent Surgery in Children with Classic Bladder Exstrophy. SPU Annual Meeting 2020, Virtual Presentation; Submitted to the Journal of Pediatric Urology 06/2021

Kryger J, Jarosz S. Acute and Chronic Scrotal Swelling. Nelsons Pediatric System Based Diagnosis: Common Disorders and their Mimics. Submitted: 09/01/2020.

Awards

Residency:

Elected Chief Resident – 2013, 2014

Ascension Macomb-Oakland Urology Elected Chief Resident: Education, Research, and Call Schedule Coordinator, Resident Wellness Advocate

1st Place Poster at Ascension Macomb-Oakland Research Day, Warren, MI 5/17/2018

Jarosz S, Schober M, Feber K, Kass E. Prune Belly Syndrome with Penile and Urtheral Agenesis: A Case Report

Medical School:

Community Service Award – 2011, 2012

Annual award for >50 hr community service during 2011/2012 academic year

Undergraduate:

Academic Scholarship, Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo MI – 2003 – 2005

Graduated Cum Laude, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI – 2007

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