The University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Knoxville



The Department of Urology

James M. Bienvenu, MD

Assistant Professor

Clinical Focus

Urologic malignancies

Education

Medical School

Louisiana State University, Health Sciences Center , Shreveport, LA, 2010

Internship

General Surgery, University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Knoxville, TN 2011

Residency

Urology, University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Knoxville, TN, 2015

Fellowship

Robotics and Urologic Oncology, Hartford Hospital, Hartford, CT, 2016

Certification

American Board of Urology

Professional Affiliations

American Urologic Association, 2010-Present
Southeastern Section of the AUA, 2010-Present

Current Publications

Reed KM, Bienvenu JM.
Editorial comment. Urology. 2021 Feb;148:157-158.

Shachner TR, Riedinger E, Grindstaff AD, Bienvenu J, White WM.
Grand rounds: Nested variant urothelial carcinoma of the bladder. Urology. 2020 Jun 19. [Epub ahead of print]

Riedinger EC, Bienvenu JM.
Editorial comment. Urology. 2019 Jul;129:97-98.

Current Presentations

Fisher JS, Reed K, Patel N, Pickens R, Lacy J, Bienvenu J, White W. Potential benefits of a dedicated difficult urinary catheter (DUC) team: The 4-year experience at a single institution. Presented at *American Urological Association; 2020 May 15-18; Washington, DC.

Riedinger EC, Pickens RB, Bienvenu JM, Shirk JD, Thiel DD, Wallen EM, Linehan JM, Badani KK, Porter JR, White WM. Effect of 3-Dimensional, virtual reality models for surgical planning of robotic-assisted partial nephrectomy on surgical outcome: A randomized clinical trial. Presented at *Southeastern Section of the American Urological Association; 2020 Mar 18-21; New Orleans, LA.

Benton IV O, Lesko P, Earl J, Bienvenu J, Buehler J, Pierce J, Hwang A, Peters D. Intravenous lidocaine to reduce opioid consumption and length of stay in patients receiving cystectomy: A retrospective study. Presented at *Southeastern Section of the American Urological Association; 2020 Mar 18-21; New Orleans, LA.

Fisher JS, Reed K, Patel N, Pickens R, Lacy J, Bienvenu J, White W. Potential benefits of a dedicated difficult urinary catheter (DUC) team: The 4-year experience at a single institution. Presented at *Southeastern Section of the American Urological Association; 2020 Mar 18-21; New Orleans, LA.

Fisher J, Sorensen M, Jennings M, Angelle J, Edwards J, Bienvenu J. Patient criteria on emergency physician assessment to reduce CT utilization: An E-qual study. Presented at American Urological Association Annual Meeting; 2019 May 2-7; Chicago, IL.

Sorensen M, Fisher JS, Jennings M, Angelle J, Edwards J, Bienvenu J. Patient criteria on emergency physician assessment to reduce CT utilization: An e-qual study. Presented at 83rd Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Section of American Urological Association; 2019 Mar 12-17; Phoenix, AZ.

Owen RC, Dresner S, Bienvenu JM, Jennings MO, Waters WB. Centralization of care promotes training disparities with regard to the teaching of retroperitoneal lymphadenectomy. Presented at American Urological Association; 2017 May 12-16; Boston, MA.

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