An Evaluation of a Clinical Care Pathway for the Management of Men With Nonorganic Erectile Dysfunction Lawrence C. Jenkins MD, MBA; Matthew Hall MD; Serkan Deveci MD; Patricia Guhring RN; Marilyn Parker RN; Christian J. Nelson PhD; John P. Mulhall MD, MSc FIRST PUBLISHED: August 20, 2019 – The Journal of Sexual Medicine DOI:
Paolo Capogrosso MD; Eugenio Ventimiglia MD; Luca Boeri MD; Edoardo Pozzi MD; Francesco Chierigo MD; Nicolò Schifano MD; Costantino Abbate; Rayan Matloob MD; Francesco Montorsi MD; Andrea Salonia MD, PhD FIRST PUBLISHED: April 30, 2019 – The Journal of Sexual Medicine DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jsxm.2019.03.405 Introduction A man’s chances of developing erectile dysfunction (ED) increase with […]
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 compared the outcomes and satisfaction rates for two types of implant in patients with Peyronie’s Disease and ED.
This study evaluates an alternative surgical procedure for men with corporal fibrosis. The studied option involves the preoperative use of daily vacuum therapy.
Past trials on the effects of hypofractionation on sexual function have had mixed results. This study, part of the HYpofractionated irradiation for PROstate cancer (HYPRO) trial in the Netherlands, addressed this concern.