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Penile Fracture: A Comparison of Erectile Function After Immediate Repair Versus Delayed Repair

To prospectively compare erectile function at 12 months, utilizing the abbreviated International Index of Erectile Function-5 (IIEF-5) score, for men treated with an immediate repair versus a delayed repair.

Cavernous Tissue Preservation During Penile Prosthesis Implantation

Spontaneous penile tumescence after penile prosthesis implantation has been previously reported as sporadically occurring during implant surgery. This study aims at systematically preserving residual erectile function, by the preservation of the patients' spontaneous penile tumescence by systematically sparing cavernous tissue during penile prosthesis implantation.

Pharmacological Penile Rehabilitation in the Preservation of Erectile Function Following Bilateral Nerve-Sparing Radical Prostatectomy

When a bilateral nerve-sparing radical prostatectomy (RP) is performed, recovery of erectile function (rigid erections) is reported for up to 80% of patients, who are less than 60 years old. Erectile function recovery is also impacted by patient age, erectile function before surgery, and the length of time after surgery. Current evidence from studies suggests that developing erections is important, however, these studies have been small, and the evidence is not definite. Anim...

Penile Prosthesis in Patients With Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is defined as the persistent inability to attain and or maintain an erection sufficient to permit satisfactory sexual performance

Evaluating the Effect of the VCD on Erectile Function and Penile Length Post RRP

The purpose of this study is to perform a randomized prospective study to evaluate whether the vacuum erection device facilitates an earlier return of erectile function post radical prostatectomy. A secondary measure will be to evaluate if the vacuum erection device can help prevent penile shortening.

Registry for Patients Undergoing Penile Prosthesis Implantation for Male Erectile Dysfunction

Prospective collection of pre-defined parameters on the surgical treatment of male erectile dysfunction using Penile Prosthesis Implants (PPIs).

Penile Lengthening Pre-Penile Prosthesis Implantation

This study is intended to utilize a novel, class I (ie. lowest risk, clinical studies not required) medical device to determine whether penile length can be increased in men prior to undergoing a penile prosthesis implantation procedure.

Evaluation of the Coloplast Titan IPP for Maintaining Penile Length While Treating Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

This study is designed to assess the effectiveness of the Coloplast Titan Inflatable Penile Prosthesis (IPP) at maintaining or increasing penile length after implantation of the device. It will incorporate a modified method of cylinder sizing during implantation and a max-inflate technique after implantation.

Effects of Sildenafil on Penile Vascular Function in Hypertensive Men With Erectile Dysfunction

The study will evaluate the effects of a chronic 30-day treatment with sildenafil citrate on penile and systemic microvascular function as well as in blood pressure. A control group of normotensive age-matched healthy subjects will serve as a comparator group for normal penile and systemic microvascular function.

Evaluate Improvement of Erectile Dysfunction After Placement of the AMS IPP 2005 Inflatable Penile Prosthesis

The purpose of this study is to assess the American Medical System's IPP 2005 inflatable penile prosthesis implant in subjects receiving the implant for erectile dysfunction for ease of patient operability and use, as well as ease of surgery for the physician.

Clinical Study of the U-Plate Fracture Repair System to Treat Rib Fractures

The purpose of this study is to gather information about a device used to help fix broken ribs. Hypothesis: Rib fracture repair with the U-plate system is clinically durable and safe for the indications of flail chest repair, acute pain control, chest wall defect repair, and fracture non-union.

Intra-operative Neuromodulation of the Pelvic Plexus

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the feasibility of electrical stimulation of nerves responsible for erectile function to evoke penile erection after surgery to remove the prostate (prostatectomy).

A Randomized, Open-Label, Crossover, Multicenter, Single Dose Comparator Study Evaluating Onset Of Penile Rigidity In Men With Erectile Dysfunction Who Are Treated With Sildenafil And Tadalafil

The objective of this study was to determine and compare the minimum time required to achieve penile rigidity greater than or equal to 60% at the base of the penis that is sustained for at least 3 minutes measured by Rigiscan®, following visual sexual stimulation post dose of 100 mg sildenafil citrate and 20 mg tadalafil in men with erectile dysfunction (ED).

Intracavernosal Injection of Botulinum Toxin Type A (50 and 100 Unit) in the Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction

purpose: The aim of this study is to compare the safety, efficacy and durability of different doses of BTX-A (50 and 100 unit) in the treatment of Vasculogenic Erectile Dysfunction after failure of other ICI therapy. Patients and Methods: This study will be conducted on 100 patients diagnosed as vascular erectile dysfunction by penile color Doppler not responding to medical and injection therapy presenting to Urology department and outpatient clinic at Benha University Hospita...

Improvement of Erectile Dysfunction by Fluvastatin in Patients With Cardiovascular Risk Factors

The purpose of the study is to determine the effect of fluvastatin on penile arterial blood flow and erectile function in patients with arteriogenic ED and cardiovascular risk factors.

Evaluation of Marital and Sexual Satisfaction of Wives to Erectile Dysfunction Males

Erectile Dysfunction (ED), previously known as sexual impotence, is defined as the persistent inability to obtain and/or maintain a penile erection that is hard enough for satisfactory sexual intercourse. The number of reported patients with ED is increasing and it is becoming a real medical problem.

Penile Nerve Stimulation for Treatment of Delayed Ejaculation

The aim of this clinical trial is to test the safety and feasibility of using transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) of the penile nerves to reduce intra-vaginal ejaculatory latency time in men with delayed ejaculation (DE). We hypothesize that this type of stimulation, either before or during sexual activity, will reduce latency time. The primary objective of this study is to determine if TENS of the penile nerve helps men with DE subjectively reduce their ejaculat...


Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in humans, but low mortality, around 10 / 100,000 patients / year. It differs from other cancers by its high rate of cure, as well as a long term survival. Numerous treatment techniques are available and of comparable effectiveness: as a result it must be given importance to the short and long term side effects of these different treatments. Prostate brachytherapy with permanent implants is thus one of the standard techniques for the ...


Change in Penile Length Following Bilateral Nerve-Sparing Radical Prostatectomy

Some men complain of changes in the shape or dimensions of their penis after undergoing radical prostatectomy (removal of the prostate) for prostate cancer. Changes in penile dimensions include shortening or decreased girth. Changes in shape include a curvature or bending of the penis, and/or the appearance of indentation. These changes may be associated with formation of scar tissue involving the covering of the erection chambers, known as "plaque". The appearance of indurated...

Titan One Touch Release Inflatable Penile Prosthesis

The purpose of this study is to assess the ease of deflation of the Titan OTR pump.

A Study in Erectile Dysfunction

The purpose of this trial is to evaluate if treatment with tadalafil once daily will allow men to return to normal erectile function in those who did not have normal erectile function following as-needed (PRN) Phosphodiesterase Type 5 (PDE5) Inhibitor treatment.

Can Tadalafil Maintain Erectile Function In Patients Treated With Radiotherapy For Prostate Cancer?

Because of the high incidence of post-radiation erectile dysfunction (ED), up to 72% after external-beam radiotherapy, this patient category represents a most difficult therapeutic challenge. Therefore, prevention of ED could be more effective than treatment. Tadalafil, a new phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitor, has been recently introduced. No studies have investigated the efficacy of tadalafil in preventing ED in patients undergoing radiotherapy for prostate cancer. Efficacy o...

Penile Intracavernosal Stem Cells Therapy for Erectile Dysfunction

Autologous Fat Derived Stem Cell treatment of ED. To assess safety and primary efficacy of stem cell infusion in refractory ED. To investigate the success rate and durability of success of using this new therapy in management of moderate and sever cases of erectile dysfunction.

Evaluation for Restoration of Erectile Dysfunction After Cardioversion Treatment Trial

Erectile and Cognitive function by using the questionnaire and assessment form before sinus conversion

A Randomized Double Blind, Placebo Controlled Balanced 4-Way Crossover Study To Assess The Efficacy Of Single Oral Doses

The primary aim of this study is to assess how effective PF-00592379 is in restoring penile erections in patients with erectile dysfunction. Patients will attend for 4 treatment visits where they will receive the following in random order; 2 separate doses of PF-00592379, sildenafil 100mg used as a positive control, or placebo (dummy medication). The effect on penile erections will be assessed in the clinic using penile plethysmography (RigiScan PlusTM technique).

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