February 7th 2023
The findings also highlighted the diversity of physicians performing the procedure in regard to background and outcomes.
December 26th 2022
Drug interactions to monitor when prescribing erectile dysfunction medicationsAugust 16th 2022
Many of the medications used in the treatment of ED have interactions with other medications, so it is crucial to carefully examine patient profiles to optimize therapy and ensure safety.
Refining Treatment Approaches to Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia with Precision Diagnostics and Minimally Invasive Surgical TherapiesMarch 31st 2022
In this interview, Steven Kaplan, MD, from the Men's Wellness Program at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York discusses treatment goals, shared decision-making, and long-term implications of currently available therapies for patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia.
Patient counseling in regard to e-cigarettes and erectile dysfunctionMarch 19th 2022
In this interview, Omar El Shahawy, MD, MPH, PhD, discusses patient counseling in regard to e-cigarette use or vaping by using data from a recent study on evaluating the association of e-cigarette use and erectile dysfunction.
Dr. Burnett on Viagra: “This transformed the field in a significant way”March 2nd 2022
In this installment of the Urology Times' 50th Anniversary Innovation Celebration, Arthur L. Burnett, MD, MBA, FACS, discusses how sildenafil citrate (Viagra) has been an integral part of erectile dysfunction management for decades.
How masculinity is impacted by testosterone deficiencyFebruary 10th 2022
To destigmatize testosterone deficiency, Justin Dubin, MD, advises clinicians on how to create a comfortable space for their patients and advises patients on how to be comfortable with talking about their deficiency.
Dr. Sarah Vij discusses a fertility preservation program for male cancer patientsJanuary 25th 2022
On this episode of Cleveland Clinic’s Cancer Advances podcast, Sarah Vij, MD, discusses the different fertility-sparing techniques used for both pre-pubertal and post-pubertal male cancer patients.
Study investigates potential link between type 1 diabetes and male infertilityAugust 27th 2021
"Interestingly, we found that the prevalence of male infertility in men with type 1 diabetes was 1.5%, comprising 33 out of more than 2000 men diagnosed with type 1 diabetes who reported male infertility," says Omer A. Raheem, MD, MSc, in this interview.
Dr. Andino assesses how telemedicine can be used efficiently in future urological follow-up visitsAugust 22nd 2021
“Being able to have a follow-up visit that is convenient, that saves time, that saves money, but that can allow you to put everything together for the patient…is still a very valuable tool,” says Juan José Andino, MD.
Dr. Andino discusses telehealth for male infertility appointmentsAugust 19th 2021
"None of our patients had unexpected appointments that had to be made after their video encounters…supporting this idea that at least in urology, it seems that telehealth is a substitute for inpatient care when appropriately selected by the physician,” says Juan José Andino, MD.
Dr. Ranjith Ramasamy discusses research evaluating COVID-19 and erectile dysfunctionMay 19th 2021
“I think doctors should be aware that if men do complain of erectile dysfunction after [having] COVID-19 that it could be because of underlying endothelial dysfunction and underlying vasculature issues,” Ramasamy says.
Oral testosterone agents mark important paradigm shiftJune 12th 2020
"The rigorous study and promising clinical availability of oral therapy for testosterone deficiency are flash points in the current era, in which the utility of testosterone therapy is under critical review," writes Arthur L. Burnett II, MD, MBA.
Exceeding exercise guidelines may reduce likelihood of low T in menMay 27th 2020
Men whose activity exceeded guideline-based exercise levels experienced a decreased likelihood of lower serum testosterone, according to study results presented at the American Urological Association 2020 Virtual Experience.
Penile traction device shows benefit in men post-radical prostatectomyMarch 25th 2020
Interim results from a clinical trial of a next-generation penile traction therapy device were encouraging and demonstrated statistically significant increases in penile length and a smaller reduction in erectile function among post-prostatectomy men who were treated with the device, known as RestoreX, according to PathRight Medical.