Annette E. Sessions, M.D.View Contact & Scheduling
Dr. Sessions' special interests include incontinence, urinary frequency and interstitial cystitis. In addition, she focuses on healing through Worsley Five-Element Acupuncture, addressing not only concerns of pelvic pain, impotence and infertility, but also non-urologic diagnoses.
Prior to joining the Department of Urology, Dr. Sessions was a physician at Rochester Urology Associates. From 1997 through 2002, she completed her internship and residencies in General Surgery and Urology at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, prior to becoming Chief Resident from 2002 to 2003.
American Board Certified in Urology, Dr. Sessions is a member of professional organizations including the American Medical Association (since 1993), American Urological Association, Northeastern Section of American Urological Association and Society of Women in Urology. She has also been listed among America's Top Urologists. In addition to authoring numerous publications, Dr. Sessions has participated in several research initiatives related to the field of urology and has presented at both local and national levels. She serves as Secretary on the Board of Directors for the Worsley Institute and is on the coaching team for the Master Apprentice Program.
Urology - American Board of Urology
Assistant Professor of Clinical Urology - Department of Urology (SMD)
Residency & Fellowship
Residency, Urology, University of Rochester Medical Center. 1998 - 2003
Internship, Surgery (General Surgery), University of Rochester Medical Center. 1997 - 1998
MD | Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. 1997
America's Top Urologists. 2009 - 2009
America's Top Urologists. 2008 - 2008
America's Top Urologists. 2007 - 2007
• Rochester Surgical Society Award in Honor of J. Raymond Hinshaw, M.D.. 2001 - 2001
Acupuncture: Integrative Therapy for Patient Care
Sessions, A, E. and Macchiavelli, D.
M.D. News. 2009; 6: 10-1.
Testicular Torsion: Direction, Degree, Duration, and Disinformation
Sessions, A., Mevorach, R. A., Hulbert, W. C., Goldstein, M. M., and Rabinowitz, R.
The Journal of Urology. 2003; 169: 663-5.
Impact of Ureteral Stent Diameter on Symptoms and Tolerability
Erturk, E., Sessions, A., and Joseph, J. V.
Journal of Endourology. 2003; 17: 59-62.
Continuous Bladder Infusion Methods For Studying Voiding Function In The Ambulatory Mouse
Sessions, A., Eichel, L., Messing, E.M., Schwarz, E., and Wood, R.
Urology. 2002; 60:707-13.
Timing Hormonal Therapy in Prostate Cancer
Sessions, A. E. and Messing, E. M.
Urology Clinics in North America. 2002; 29: 223-7.
Reversal of Diastolic Pleateau in Partial Testicular Torsion
Dogra, V. S., Sessions, A., Mevorach, R. A., and Rubens, D. J.
Journal of Clinical Ultrasound. 2001; 29: 105-108.
Fumonisin- and AAL- Toxin-Induced Disruption of Sphingolipid Metabolism and Accumulation of Free Sphingolipid Bases
Abbas, H.K., Tanaka, T., Duke, S.O., Porter, J.K., Wray, E.M., Hodges, L., Sessions, A.E., Wang, E., Merrill, A.H., Jr., and Riley, R.T.
Plant Physiol. 1994; 106: 1085-1093.
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