Mark Williams, MD

Mark Williams, MD, FAAP, FACS

Assistant Professor, Department of Urology, University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis
Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Urology, UAMS College of Medicine, Little Rock, AR


Departments

Surgery


Contact Information

Mark Williams, MD, FAAP, FACS
770 Estate Place
Memphis, TN  38120
Phone: 901-287-4030
Fax: 901-287-4094
markwilliams.mark@gmail.com


Education

BS – Shorter College, Rome, Georgia
MD – Medical College of Georgia, Augusta


Research Interests

Pediatric urology


Selected Publications

Noe HN, Williams MA, Giel DW. Positive predictors for occult vesicoureteral reflux on positional instillation contrast cystography. Journal of Urology 179:202-203, April (supplement), 2008.

Williams MA, Giel DW, Hastings MC. Endoscopic DefluxÒ injection for pediatric transplant reflux: a feasible alternative to open ureteral reimplantation. Journal of Pediatric Urology 4:341-344, Sept. 2008.

Davidoff AM, Giel DW, Jones DP, Jenkins JJ, Krasin MJ, Hoffer FA, Williams MA, Dome JS. The feasibility and outcome of nephron-sparing surgery for children with bilateral Wilms tumor: The St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital experience: 1999-2006. Cancer 112:2060-2070, May, 2008.

Williams MA. Editorial comment: Is Ureteroscopy First Line Treatment for Pediatric Stone Disease? Journal of Urology 178:2128-2131, November, 2007.

Noe HN, Williams MA. Clinical experience with positional instillation of contrast cystography and simultaneous Deflux™ injection in children with occult vesicoureteral reflux. Journal of Pediatric Urology 3:375-377, November, 2007.

Giel DW, Williams MA, Jones DP, Davidoff AM, Dome JS. Renal Function Outcomes in Patients Treated With Nephron Sparing Surgery for Bilateral Wilms Tumor. Journal of Urology 178:1786-1790, October, 2007.

Sutherland RW, Atala A, Smith EA, Weiner JS, Williams MA. Endoscopic Treatment of VUR: Who, when, and how? Contemporary Urology 19: 28-38, August, 2007.

Williams MA.  Editorial comment: Is Antibiotic Prophylaxis Necessary in Infants With Obstructive Hydronephrosis? Journal of Urology 177:1098-1101, March, 2007.

Giel DW, Noe HN, Williams MA. Ultrasound Screening of Asymptomatic Siblings of Children with Vesicoureteral Reflux: A Long-Term Follow Study. Journal of Urology 174:1602-1603, September, 2006.

Schneider R and Williams MA.  Pediatric Urology in the Emergency Department. AUA Update Series Lesson 20, Vol XVI, 1997.

Ho Ds, Jerkins GR, Williams MA, Hoe HN. Ureteropelvic Junction Obstruction in Upper and Lower Moiety of Duplex Renal Systems. Urology 45:503-506, March, 1995.

Williams MA, Schropp KP, Noe HN. Fat Containing Renal Mass in Childhood:A Case Report of Teratoid Wilms’ Tumor. Journal of Urology 151:1662-1663, June, 1994.

Williams MA, Jones D, Noe HN.  Urinary N-Acetyl-Beta Glucosaminadase (NAG) as a Screening Technique for Vesicoureteral Reflux. Urology 43:528-530, April, 1994.

Williams MA, Noe HN, Smith R. The Importance of UTI in the Evaluation of the Incontinent Child. Journal of Urology 151:188-190, January, 1994

Williams MA and Noe HN. Childhood Hematuria: Deciding When It’s Serious. Contemporary Urology 5:29-37, January, 1993.