Nonsurgical Treatment of Peyronie's Disease: Experts Review the Latest Research
ISSM Session Planned for WAS Congress in May 2017
Studies suggest a "promising future" for nonsurgical management of Peyronie's disease, according to a recent review in the World Journal of Men's Health.
Based on 2015 guidelines issued by the American Urological Association, the authors covered several treatment approaches, including oral and topical therapies, intralesional injections, traction, and extracorporeal shock wave treatment. Stem cell research was also discussed.
Many therapies, such as alternatives to intralesional collagenase clostridium histolyticum (CCh - Xiaflex) still need more study, the authors noted.
“Overall, PD remains a challenging disease to treat, but the abundance of recent trials and experiments suggest a promising future for the nonsurgical treatment of PD,” they wrote.
Learn more about the review here.
Are you planning to attend the 23rd Congress of the World Association for Sexual Health (WAS)? The meeting will be held May 28 - 31, 2017 in Prague, the Czech Republic.
If so, please note that the ISSM is planning to organize an ISSM session at this meeting and would like to invite ISSM members to speak.
If you are interested, please apply by sending an email to the ISSM Executive Office at email@example.com. Please explain the topic you would like to cover.
The ISSM scientific committee will make the final selection of speakers and topics.
Please note that neither ISSM nor WAS are offering financial support.
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