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Nazema Yusuf Siddiqui, MD

Nazema Siddiqui, MD, MHSc
Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Campus Mail: 5324 McFarland Drive Suite 310, Box 3912, Durham, NC 27617
Phone: (919) 401-1000
Email: nazema.siddiqui@duke.edu

Research on pelvic floor disorders. Specific interests include: 1) pathophysiology of overactive bladder with particular emphasis on epigenetic mechanisms; and 2) studying the urinary microbiome with aging and in women with recurrent urinary tract infection. Additional interests include clinical outcomes research after surgery for prolapse and other pelvic floor disorders.

Education and Training

  • Fellow, Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Duke University School of Medicine, 2007 - 2010
  • Residency, Ob/Gyn, MetroHealth Medical Center, Cleveland Clinic, 2002 - 2006
  • M.H.S.C.R., Duke University School of Medicine, 2010
  • M.D., University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, 2001

Research

Research on pelvic floor disorders. Specific interests include the study of overactive bladder/urinary incontinence. Additional interests include studying the pathophysiology of bladder pain syndromes, and clinical outcomes research after surgery for prolapse and other pelvic floor disorders.

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Publications

Siddiqui, NY, Grimes, CL, Casiano, ER, Abed, HT, Jeppson, PC, Olivera, CK, Sanses, TV, Steinberg, AC, South, MM, Balk, EM, Sung, VW, and Society of Gynecologic Surgeons Systematic Review Group, . "Mesh sacrocolpopexy compared with native tissue vaginal repair: a systematic review and meta-analysis." Obstetrics and Gynecology 125, no. 1 (January 2015): 44-55. (Review)

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Siddiqui, NY, DuBois, LG, St John-Williams, L, Will, TJ, Grenier, C, Burke, E, Fraser, MO, Amundsen, CL, and Murphy, SK. "Optimizing Urine Processing Protocols for Protein and Metabolite Detection." Journal of Proteomics & Bioinformatics 2015, no. Suppl 14 (January 2015).

Scholars@Duke

Jelovsek, JE, Chen, Z, Markland, AD, Brubaker, L, Dyer, KY, Meikle, S, Rahn, DD, Siddiqui, NY, Tuteja, A, and Barber, MD. "Minimum important differences for scales assessing symptom severity and quality of life in patients with fecal incontinence." Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery 20, no. 6 (November 2014): 342-348.

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Siddiqui, NY, and Thomas, SM. "In reply." Obstetrics and Gynecology 124, no. 4 (October 2014): 839-null. (Letter)

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Siddiqui, NY, and Thomas, SM. "Validity and Reliability of the Robotic Objective Structured Assessment of Technical Skills Reply." Obstetrics and Gynecology 124, no. 4 (October 2014): 839-839.

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Dieter, AA, Edenfield, AL, Weidner, AC, Levin, PJ, and Siddiqui, NY. "Does concomitant anterior/apical repair during midurethral sling improve the overactive bladder component of mixed incontinence?." International Urogynecology Journal 25, no. 9 (September 2014): 1269-1275.

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Levin, PJ, Siddiqui, NY, Wu, JM, and Amundsen, CL. "Psychosocial factors related to the use of InterStim® for the treatment of refractory overactive bladder." Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery 20, no. 5 (September 2014): 272-275.

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Siddiqui, NY, Dieter, AA, Amundsen, CL, Brooks, JM, Degoski, DJ, and Fraser, MO. "UNDERACTIVE BLADDER IN OBESE-PRONE RATS FED A HIGH FAT DIET." 44th Annual Meeting of the International-Continence-Society (ICS). Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL. October 20, 2014 - October 24, 2014.: WILEY-BLACKWELL, August 1, 2014.

Scholars@Duke

Siddiqui, NY, Dieter, AA, Amundsen, CL, Brooks, JM, Degoski, DJ, and Fraser, MO. "UNDERACTIVE BLADDER IN OBESE-PRONE RATS FED A HIGH FAT DIET." 44th Annual Meeting of the International-Continence-Society (ICS). Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL. October 20, 2014 - October 24, 2014.: WILEY-BLACKWELL, August 1, 2014.

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Dieter, AA, Wu, JM, Siddiqui, NY, Degoski, DJ, Brooks, JM, Dolber, PC, and Fraser, MO. "ADEQUATE COMPENSATION? THE RESPONSE OF BLADDER SMOOTH MUSCLE TO BOTULINUM TOXIN TYPE A IN A RAT MODEL.": SPRINGER LONDON LTD, July 1, 2014.

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