2 2 Introduction Induratio penis plastica, an acquired curvature of the penis, had been described as early as the 13 th century, though now it is commonly referred to as Peyronie's disease (PD), as reported by Francois Gigot de La Peyronie in 1743 (Musitelli, et al., 2008) .
Peyronie’s Disease. National Kidney and Urologic Diseases Information Clearinghouse . U.S. Department of Health and Human Services . NATIONAL INSTITUTES
Evaluating your Peyronie's disease? As with any initial presentation, the evaluation of Peyronie's disease starts with a history of symptoms: duration and presence of pain; current erectile status and erectile status before the onset of the Peyronie's disease; whether symptoms are stable, progressing ...
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Epidemiology of Peyronie'sdisease FSommer 1 *, USchwarzer 1, GWassmer 2, WBloch 3, MBraun 1, TKlotz 1 and UEngelmann 1 1 Department of Urology, University Medical Center of Cologne, Cologne, Germany; 2 Institute of Medical Statistics, University Medical Center of Cologne, Cologne, Germany; and 3 ...
Clinical presentations of Peyronie'sdisease JPPryor 1 *and DJ Ralph 2 1 The ListerHospital, Chelsea Bridge Road, London, UK; and 2 Institute of Urology, London University, London, UK Patients with Peyronie'sdiseaseusually present soon after the onset of the disease with penile pain and deformity ...
USING ENZYMES FOR PEYRONIES Neprinol Enzymes and Peyronies Making the choice to try an alternative to “conventional” medical treatments for Peyronie’s can be a difficult decision.
What is Peyronie's Disease? Peyronie's disease (named after François de la Peyronie, surgeon to King Louis XV of France) is the hardening of tissue (fi brosis) in the penis.
Peyronie's Disease from a Partner's Perspective Caroline Ames Ryan, M.D. is a practicing urologist. It's no surprise you haven't heard of Peyronie's disease.
349 Hellstromand Bivalacqua· Peyronie'sDisease issue, with estimates of 20 to 30 million men suffering from this condition in the United States alone (NIH Con-sensusConference, 1993; Feldmanetal, 1994).