Peyronie's disease (PD) is a heterogeneous disorder with the classical penile symptoms of plaque formation, penile pain, deviation, penile shortening and erectile dysfunction. The etiology is unknown.
To evaluate long-term outcomes of patients subjected to corporoplasty, plaque incision and excision, and autologous dermal grafting, with at least 15 years of follow-up. METHODS: The charts of consecutive patients with a penile curvature and a minimum of 15 years follow up were retrospectively reviewed.
INTRODUCTION: Penile corporoplasty is a well-established treatment method of congenital penile deviation (CPD). Anatomical results are good with only slight differences between surgical procedures used. The disease however has huge influence on young male quality of life. This issue is not well analyzed in the literature.
Plaque incision and grafting (PEG) is one of the mainstays in surgical therapy for severe penile curvature in Peyronie's disease (PD). Different kinds of grafts are available for covering albugineal defects during PEG, both allografts and xenografts.
Nesbit corporoplasty was proposed to address penile curvature (PC), both congenital (CPC) and acquired (APC).
To evaluate surgical, functional, and patient reported outcomes (PROs) of a modified corporoplasty.
Plaque and bovine pericardium graft surgery is a useful tool for treating Peyronie's disease.
To determine patient satisfaction following this operation.
This was a retrospective, observational and descriptive study.
To evaluate surgical outcomes and complications and assess overall patient satisfaction after small intestinal submucosa (SIS) grafting for PD.
Twenty-eight patients were treated with tunical incision and grafting with SIS.
To evaluate the effectiveness in Peyronie's Disease surgical treatment using Xenform®, a non cross-linked graft derived from dermal bovine tissue, to close the defect obtained after plaque incision, without penile prosthesis implant.
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