A team of eleven U.S.-based surgeons is “optimistic” that the world’s first total penis and scrotum transplant recipient will regain both urinary and sexual function.
The results of a pilot study show that a surgical technique called penoscrotal decompression (PSD) could be a viable way to treat cases of refractory ischemic priapism (RIP) that are not resolved with a distal shunt procedure.
About 25% of men with penile cancer do not receive treatment in accordance with guidelines set forth in 2016 by the European Association of Urology (EAU), scientists report.
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.
Compared to cismale patients, transgender men have higher rates of complications after phalloplasty, according to a study published in February in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Still, satisfaction rates were similar between the two groups.
This study examined the functional and subjective outcomes in patients who had concomitant length and girth restoration with the multiple-slit technique (MUST.)