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A growing body of literature supports the observed association between lower urinary tract symptoms and sexual dysfunction. The causal relationship between these two conditions has not been determined. Ejaculatory function is an important aspect of sexual functioning, and recent studies have...
Surgical treatment options for Peyronie’s disease include tunica shortening (Nesbit and plication) and grafting procedures. Tunica shortening procedures are associated with penile shortening. However, the amount of penile shortening is rarely significant for the patient. Although grafting...
In this review, we examine recent advances assisting surgical decision in Peyronie’s disease. Surgical treatment is indicated in penile deformities that have persisted for at least 6 months and functionally impair or preclude intercourse. Procedures shortening the longer side of the penis are...
Female ejaculation has been a topic of debate for more than 50 years. Although there have been many anecdotal reports of expulsion of liquid from the female prostate, rigorous and large-scale studies demonstrating either the existence of the female prostate or the confirmation and nature of the...
Despite a wave of public awareness of erectile dysfunction as a result of Viagra and its successor oral therapies, most men are not discussing issues related to sexuality with health care professionals. Epidemiologic surveys indicate that male sexual dysfunction (MSD) occupies an...
Various surgical modalities have been utilized for the treatment of penile tortuosity caused by Peyronie’s disease. However, the ideal surgical procedure has not yet been developed. Because plaque incision and grafting does not cause penile shortening, it is the best approach, particularly in...
Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is a common disease process involved in aging, which can have a substantial impact on quality of life. Recently, there has been an increased focus on the correlation of lower urinary tract symptoms from BPH with sexual dysfunction. Multiple studies have...
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