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The new algorithm for the treatment of Peyronie's Disease
ISSM University. Chung E. Mar 1, 2018; 208276 Disclosure(s): N/A
Prof. Dr. Eric Chung
Prof. Dr. Eric Chung
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1. Understanding the diversity of PD presentation.
2. Examine the various treatment options based on current understanding of PD.
3. Propose a new algorithm to manage men with PD.
Recent publication by the International Consultation on Sexual Medicine clinical guideline on the management of Peyronie's Disease (PD) has shed further insights into the complexity of this sexual dysfunction condition. The most effective approach for a particular patient with PD is best determined by the individual clinician and patient in the context of that patient’s history, values, and goals for treatment. As a result of the lack of clear understanding of the exact pathophysiology in PD, conservative and medial treatments have remained largely ineffective and to date, only Cl. Histolyticum has been approved for the treatment of PD. Recent studies highlight the role of combination therapy to optimise the clinical outcome. While surgery provides the most definite clinical outcome, It is important to set appropriate expectations for the patient and provide adequate informed consent on potential complications relating to surgery.
Chung E, Ralph D, Kadioglu A, Garaffa G, Shamsodini A, Bivalacqua T, Glina S, Hakim L, Sadeghi-Nejad H and Broderick G. Evidence-based management guidelines on Peyronie’s Disease. J Sex Med. 2016;13(6):905-23
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