Management of penile shortening after Peyronie’s disease surgery
CONCLUSIONS: Use of the penile extender device on an 8 to 12-hour daily regimen is an effective and safe way to minimize loss of penile length in patients operated for PD.
Revision of Penile Prosthesis Surgery after Use of Penile Traction Therapy to Increase Erect Penile Length: Case Report and Review of the Literature
CONCLUSIONS: Several studies have demonstrated the efﬁcacy of penile traction therapy to ameliorate penile curvature associated with PD and increase the length of a normal penis. Gontero et al. attempted to demonstrate these outcomes in a Phase II study of a penile traction device (Andropenis®).
Penile traction therapy for Peyronie’s disease—what’s the evidence?
CONCLUSIONS: The beneficial effect of PTT (penile traction therapy) on penile length before or after penile surgery in men with corporal fibrosis has been described.
Long Term Results in Augmentation Phalloplasty through a 2-cm Incision: Technique, Anatomical Description in a Human Cadaver and Satisfaction Assessment.
METHOD: In the fourth post-operative week the patient was instructed to use the Andro-Penis® (penis-extender, Andromedical ©, Spain), 30 min daily for 6 weeks and then for another 6 weeks with increas- ing force in order to avoid contraction of the penis.
Post-surgical use of the Andropenis following the plaque removal and its substitution with autologous venous patch in the penis shaft curvatures provoked by Peyronie’s disease.
METHOD: Moreover, from day 10 patients have started using the Andropenis® for an average of 2 hours a day in the morning, 2 in the afternoon and 2 in the evening.