This study discusses the authors’ experiences with performing vulvoplasty along with patients’ satisfaction or regrets about choosing it. It also examines patients’ feelings about vulvoplasty as a non-binary surgical option.
While there are published guidelines for the treatment of Peyronie’s disease (PD), there is no consensus among surgeons on the best strategies.
This study examined surgeons’ practice patterns for pre-, intra-, and postoperative PD care in different continents and among members of sexual medicine societies.
In 2005, Robert Adrianne devised a surgical approach that addresses climacturia, which can be done as an adjunctive procedure to IPP placement. This prospective multicenter, multinational, investigational, pilot study reports on the results of this strategy.
Low-intensity shockwave therapy (LiST) has been suggested as a treatment for erectile dysfunction (ED). However, it is not known whether adding sessions affects efficacy or whether repeating treatment after a break is meaningful if a patient requests it.
This study explored these questions in two phases, comparing 6- and 12-session regimens and analyzing the value of a second round of therapy.
This study examined the functional and subjective outcomes in patients who had concomitant length and girth restoration with the multiple-slit technique (MUST.)
This study compared the outcomes and satisfaction rates for two types of implant in patients with Peyronie’s Disease and ED.