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Member, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Clinical Associate Professor of Gynecology and Obstetrics
Society of Pelvic Reconstructive Surgeons
Southern Surgical Association
American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology
American College of Surgeons
Johns Hopkins University
Roswell Cancer Hospital
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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The procedure is also prone to infection because the vagina through which the devices are inserted isn't a sterile environment, said Clifford Wheeless, an emeritus associate gynecology professor at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, in a telephone interview last year.
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Dr. Margolis is one of only a handful of fellowship trained pelvic surgeons in the country trained by the world renowned Johns Hopkins surgeon, Dr. Clifford Wheeless (atlasofpelvicsurgery.com).
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Dr. Clifford Wheeless, an emeritus associate gynecology professor at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, said he has long told colleagues that inserting mesh transvaginally is inherently unsafe.
"You can't take a mesh from Company A, put it through the contaminated vagina, implant it under the bladder, and not get a rejection or an abcess," Wheeless said.
Clifford R. Wheeless, Jr., M.D.,
With more than 40 years in the practice of medicine, Clifford Roberts Wheeless, Jr., M.D. has a national reputation for his work in the field of laparoscopy, gynecologic oncology and pelvic reconstructive surgery. Certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Dr. Wheeless is a Fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, the American College of Surgeons, and the Southern Surgical Association. He also has subspecialty certification by the Division of Gynecologic Oncology. A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Dr. Wheeless received his medical degree at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1964. He has been a member of The Johns Hopkins Medical Institution since serving as an intern, resident and chief resident in the Department of Gynecology. While at Hopkins, Dr. Wheeless trained under renowned physicians Drs. Dr. Wheeless began his career in private practice in Baltimore, Maryland with Drs. TeLinde, Wharton and Dorsey. In 1972, he was named Project Director for the International Sterilization Training Program where he was instrumental in developing laparoscopy as an outpatient technique for sterilization and gynecologic diagnosis. In 1978 Dr. Wheeless accepted the Chairmanship of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore. He rebuilt the hospital's residency program, emphasizing gynecologic surgery, and also developed a pelvic surgery fellowship program. In 1990, Dr. Wheeless left Union to become Professor of Gynecology and Obstetrics and the Division Director of Gynecologic Oncology in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Emory University. By 1994, he had come back to Baltimore where he began practicing gynecologic oncology, teaching residents and continuing his fellowship program at Sinai Hospital. Dr. Wheeless would return to Hopkins as a full time faculty member in 2000, finally retiring from the Hopkins School of Medicine in 2003. He remains a Clinical Associate Professor of Gynecology and Obstetrics at Hopkins. Dr. Wheeless has devoted significant time to the epidemic problem of birth trauma and fistulas in the developing world. He continues his role as educator, publishing extensively in his field, traveling worldwide to provide care and teach local physicians. Copyright - all rights reserved / Clifford R. Wheeless, Jr., M.D. and Marcella L. Roenneburg, M.D.
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Clifford R. Wheeless | Wheeless, Clifford | â€¢ Clifford Wheeless, M.D. | Wheeless, Clifford M.D. Clifford R. Wheeless Clifford R. Wheeless, MD Clifford R. Wheeless, MD 1006 W. Saint Georges Road Baltimore, Maryland 21210 USA Clifford R. Wheeless, MD Dr. Clifford R. Wheeless, Jr., MD is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins Residency Program in gynecology and the Roswell Cancer Hospital program in gynecology/oncology. He has been a faculty member of Johns Hopkins University since 1964. His practice is gynecologic oncology and extensive pelvic surgery. He is the author of The Atlas of Pelvic Surgery, three editions and in three foreign languages. He is the author of many chapters in textbooks in gynecology and sixty peer review articles. His interest has been pelvic surgery and gynecologic surgery and the teaching thereof. For the last several years he has been actively involved in the repair of obstetrical fistulas throughout Africa.