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.
This study examined the functional and subjective outcomes in patients who had concomitant length and girth restoration with the multiple-slit technique (MUST.)
The current study focused on testosterone kinetics after external beam radiation therapy (EBRT) in contemporary patients with localized prostate cancer. The authors hypothesized that these patients would have less significant decreases in serum testosterone and duration when compared to men in the previous studies.
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.
The current study explores a different definition used for recovery of erectile function. The authors wanted to see whether patients’ function returned to its pre-surgery levels (IIEF-EF scores either in the 22-25 range or 26 or higher).
This study aimed to determine how well the erectile function of men with HRPC returned to baseline after undergoing robotic radical prostatectomy (RRP). It also considered the factors affecting erectile function after RRP in this population and offers recommendations for clinicians.