Compete for ISSM Prizes!
Sexual Medicine Open Access: New Issue Available
Don't miss your chance to win prestigious prizes at the 16th World Meeting on Sexual Medicine! Please note the different submission procedures and deadlines for each type of prize.
Full Papers - Submission Deadline: August 1, 2014
The Zorgniotti-Newman Prize will be awarded to the best clinical paper on sexual medicine. In addition, the Jean Francois Ginestie Prize will go to the best paper on basic science on sexual medicine. Each prize has a value of USD 2,500.
Interested researchers must submit their full papers following the rules of publication of the Journal of Sexual Medicine (JSM). Each submission must also include an authorization letter for publication. Please send your submission to email@example.com by August 1, 2014.
Winning papers will be published in the JSM and other submissions will be sent to the JSM for review.
Abstracts - Submission Deadline: June 10, 2014
All abstracts submitted for the meeting will compete for the Best Abstract Prize Female/Male and the Emil Tanagho Prize, which is awarded for the best innovative research presented at the meeting. Each of these prizes is valued at USD 2,500. The abstract submission deadline is June 10, 2014. Please click here to submit your abstract.
More information on all of the prizes may be found here.
BPH/LUTS Surgery and Effects on Sexual Health
Just published! Volume 2: Issue 1 of Sexual Medicine, the ISSM’s official Open Access journal. Read the latest issue today.
Sexual Medicine publishes multidisciplinary clinical, basic, and epidemiological research to define and understand the basis of sexual function and dysfunction in diverse populations.
The open access format of Sexual Medicine ensures that accepted manuscripts will be rapidly published and freely available worldwide, accelerating the translation of strong science into effective practice.
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In a recent issue of Sexual Medicine Reviews, Dr. Edgardo F. Becher and Dr. Kevin T. McVary discussed their literature review of surgical treatments for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and associated lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS).
They focused their analysis on the sexual side effects of these procedures, particularly erectile and ejaculatory function after surgery.
Such side effects are "underappreciated by urologists," the authors said.
In their view, many of the consulted studies were poorly conducted. Some did not use validated assessment tools like the International Index of Erectile Function.
Their discussion included transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP), transurethral needle ablation of the prostate (TUNA), and transurethral microwave therapy (TUMT), among other techniques.
It's important for clinicians to discuss possible side effects of BPH/LUTS surgery with patients, especially when more men are remaining sexually active later in life, the authors said.
Please click here for more details on this study.