Dr. Min Jun, DO is a Reconstructive Urologist who has dedicated his practice to genital Gender Affirming Surgery. Dr. Jun is broadly trained, having completed fellowship training in both reconstructive urology and Gender Affirming Surgery. Dr. Jun’s special interest is robotic-assisted Peritoneal Flap Vaginoplasty, as well as Metoidioplasty and Phalloplasty. He practices exclusively with the Crane Center for Transgender Surgery in Greenbrae, California.
Penile Inversion Vaginoplasty with Robotically Assisted Peritoneal Flaps.
Jun MS, Gonzalez E, Zhao LC, Bluebond-Langner R. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2021 Aug 1;148(2):439-442.
Robotic-assisted Vaginectomy During Staged Gender-affirming Penile Reconstruction Surgery: Technique and Outcomes.
Jun MS, Shakir NA, Blasdel G, Cohen O, Levine JP, Bluebond-Langner R, Zhao LC. Urology. 2021 Jun;152:74-78.
To report our novel technique and mid-term follow-up for robotic-assisted laparoscopic vaginectomy (RALV), a component procedure of staged gender-affirming penile reconstructive surgery.
One or Two Stage Buccal Augmented Urethroplasty has a High Success Rate in Treating Post Phalloplasty Anastomotic Urethral Stricture
Matthew R Beamer, Jessica Schardein, Nabeel Shakir, Min Suk Jun, Rachel Bluebond-Langner, Lee C Zhao, Dmitriy Nikolavsky. Urology. 2021 Jun 10;S0090-4295(21)00471-4.
Single-stage repairs are feasible for patients with anastomotic strictures who have well vascularized tissue and no prior single-stage buccal mucosa augmented urethroplasty failures. Staged repairs are feasible for patients with poor tissue quality. Proper patient selection is important for successful reconstruction.
What urologists need to know about female-to-male genital confirmation surgery (phalloplasty and metoidioplasty): techniques, complications, and how to deal with them.
Jun MS, Crane CN, Santucci RA. Minerva Urol Nefrol. 2020 Feb;72(1):38-48.
This review will discuss the surgical elements behind metoidioplasty and phalloplasty, and the diagnosis and treatment for the most common postoperative issues.
Urethral stricture after phalloplasty. [FULL TEXT]
Jun MS, Santucci RA. Transl Androl Urol. 2019 Jun;8(3):266-272.
The most common complications after Phalloplasty surgery are urinary, mostly comprised of urethrocutaneous (UC) fistulas and urethral strictures. Improvements in surgical technique have driven down complication rates over the past few decades. Despite these innovations, complication rates remain high, and transgender surgeons must be well versed in their diagnosis and treatment. Over the same time period, gender affirming surgery has seen unprecedented growth in the United States. Phalloplasty surgeons are few, and their patients often travel great distances for their index surgery. As such, locally available reconstructive urologists will be called upon to treat these complications with greater frequency and must be proficient in diagnosis and treatment to help these patients achieve a good outcome.