Jefferson University Hospitals

Physician Profile

Irvin Hirsch, MD

Jefferson University Physician

Academic Title: Clinical Professor


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Office Locations

833 Chestnut Street
Suite 703
Philadelphia PA 19107
Phone: (215) 955-1000
Fax: (215) 503-2066
3 Crescent Drive
Ste. 100
Philadelphia PA 19112
Phone: (215) 503-3300
Fax: (215) 503-3321

Medical Services

Years in Practice


Board Certifications

  • Urology

Hospital Affiliation / Admitting Privileges

  • Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
  • Methodist Hospital Division of Thomas Jefferson University Hospital


Dr. Hirsch specializes in Peyronie's Disease, Male Infertility, Microsurgical Vasectomy Reversal, Erectile Dysfunction and Penile Prosthesis Surgery.


  • Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Medical School


  • Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center, NY


  • Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center, NY


  • Baylor College of Medicine

Recent Publications

Leukocyte subtypes in electroejaculates of spinal cord injured men

Integrative urology: A spectrum of complementary and alternative therapy

Testis biopsy findings in the spinal cord injured patient

Gunshot wound to the penis: The need for corporal exploration

Spermatogenesis in early and chronic phases of experimental spinal cord injury in the rodent model

Experience with intracavernous PGE-1 in the treatment of erectile dysfunction: Dose considerations and efficacy

Epidemiology of current treatment for sexual dysfunction in spinal cord injured men in the USA model spinal cord injury centers

Evaluation of sperm morphology of electroejaculates of spinal cord- injured men by strict criteria

Erectile dysfunction in systemic sclerosis

Sequential penile ultrasound monitoring of patients treated with chronic intracavernous prostaglandin e1

Endoscopic urethroplasty ofposterior urethral avulsion

Prospective evaluation of terazosin for the treatment of autonomic dysreflexia

Objective assessment of spermatogenesis in men with functional and anatomic obstruction of the genital tract

Use of intracavernous injection of prostaglandin E1 for neuropathic erectile dysfunction

Validation of flow cytometry analysis in the objective assessment of spermatogenesis: Comparison to the quantitative testicular biopsy

Soluble FcγRIII (CD16) and Immunoglobulin G Levels in Seminal Plasma of Men with Immunological Infertility

Flexible Cystoscopy during Urodynamic Evaluation of Spinal Cord-Injured Patients

Simplified and objective assessment of spermatogenesis in spinal cord injured men by flow cytometry analysis

Transurethral balloon dilation of the external urinary sphincter: Effectiveness in spinal cord-injured men with detrusor-external urethral sphincter dyssynergia

The value of quantitative testicular biopsy and deoxyribonucleic acid flow cytometry in predicting sperm recovery from electrostimulated ejaculates