While there has been considerable published literature on Peyronie's disease guidelines and clinical reviews, there is a great variation in the actual clinical practice patterns among surgeons who manage men with Peyronie's disease. We are interested in the surgical practice among members of the ISSM community and would like to invite you to complete a brief survey on your Peyronie's disease management. A similar survey was distributed at the Peyronie's surgery session in Chicago during the ISSM meeting and the preliminary results were quite surprising. Some of you may recall completing the survey on that day and we hope you could participate in this (revised) survey as well.
The aims of this survey are to evaluate the practice patterns in the pre-, intra-, and postoperative phases of Peyronie's surgery among surgeons; and potentially provide information that may assist in the development of uniform evidence-based clinical practice guidelines. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for taking your time to complete this study.
By Gerald Brock (Canada), Eric Chung (Australia) and Larry Levine (USA)