Low intensity shock-wave therapy (LISWT)
IPP surgery offers a high satisfaction rate and low rate of complications when performed by experienced surgeons.
The morphological and physiological changes in vulvar and vaginal epithelium of menopausal women lead to a number of symptoms.
In this invited commentary Kevin Herbert and Tobi Kohler provide a review of incidence, pathophysiology, presurgical considerations, and management recommendations.
Radical prostatectomy is still considered the treatment of choice in most cases of clinically localized prostate cancer.
The use of ultrasound in the diagnosis of Peyronie’s disease was first described by Alteffar and Jordan in a paper published in 1981.