006PG: 006PG: Disorders of the Penis: Peyronie's Disease, Priapism, Congenital Curvature, Adult Acquired Buried Penis and Corporal Fracture

This course promises to be comprehensive and provide state-of-the-art practical information on the current thinking regarding etiology and demographics, and then review what makes sense as far as treatment options from medical and non-invasive therapy to all the surgical options. Specific recommendations following the AUA and International Consultation on Sexual Medicine guidelines will be given. In addition, there will be a review of the current understanding of the mechanisms involved in priapism.

Objectives: After attending this course, participants should be able to:

  • enumerate the historical misconceptions regarding the demographic and natural history of Peyronie's disease
  • comprehend the current research on the pathophysiology of Peyronie's disease
  • manage the initial consultation for Peyronie's disease
  • propose a treatment strategy for the patient with Peyronie's disease
  • describe the current knowledge on the mechanism of the different types of priapism and manage the evaluation to make a proper diagnosis of priapism sub-type
  • describe the current treatment options to prevent recurrent ischemic or stuttering priapism
Friday May 6
8:30 – 11:30 a.m.
SDCC: Room 11

 

8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.   006PG: Disorders of the Penis: Peyronie's Disease, Priapism, Congenital Curvature, Adult Acquired Buried Penis and Corporal Fracture
  Director: Laurence A. Levine, MD
  Faculty: Gregory A. Broderick, MD
  Faculty: David Ralph, MD