Evolution in Penile Implantation Technique & Patient Outcomes: Introduction

Irwin Goldstein

Irwin Goldstein M.D.
Director - San Diego Sexual Medicine at Alvarado Hospital

Dr. Irwin Goldstein has been involved with sexual dysfunction research since the late 1970's. His interests include penile microvascular bypass surgery, surgery for dyspareunia, physiologic investigation of sexual function in men and women, and diagnosis and treatment of sexual dysfunction in men and women. He has authored more than 325 publications in the field of sexual dysfunction, with 20 consecutive years of funding by the National Institutes of Health in ... View full profile

J. Francois Eid

J. Francois Eid M.D.
Clinical Associate Professor of Urology - Weill Medical College at Cornell University

J Francois Eid is an Associate Professor of Urology at the Weill Medical College at Cornell University and Director of the Center for Male Sexual Function, Department of Urology, at New York Presbyterian Hospital. He has been a full-time attending physician at the hospital since 1990. Dr. Eid was educated at Cornell University Medical College where he obtained his degree in medicine in 1982 and attended Brown University where he obtained his Bachelor of Science ... View full profile

Paul Perito

Paul Perito M.D.
Perito Urology - Chief of Urology, Coral Gables Hospital

Dr. Perito is a penile implant surgeon whose expertise covers the spectrum of men’s health issues, including erectile dysfunction, urinary incontinence, and vasectomy reversal. Over the last ten years, he has built the single largest penile implant practice in the world. As Chairman of Urology at his primary hospital, Coral Gables Hospital, Dr. Perito has completed well over 3,000 penile implants, establishing Perito Urology as one of the top centers in ... View full profile

Andrew Kramer

Andrew Kramer M.D.
Assistant Professor Surgery/Urology - University of Maryland Medical Center

Special Interests:•    Bladder Cancer•    Pre-Transplant Polycystic Nephrectomy•    Male Infertility and Vasectomy Reversal•    Erectile Dysfunction•    Penile Implantation Medical Degree: University of MarylandResidency: Boston University View full profile

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Program Host Arnold Goldstein, MD, introduces viewers to the program faculty and provides an overview of penile implant history and approach.

For men struggling to find a dependable treatment for erectile dysfunction, penile implant surgery is a safe and popular option. Advancements in surgical techniques have enhanced the lives of men living with ED. On Tuesday, February 7th, learn more about improved patient outcomes in penile implant surgery, and hear from a patient and his wife about their overall satisfaction with the procedure. Urological surgeons Irwin Goldstein, MD, J. Francois Eid, MD, Paul Perito, MD, and Andrew Kramer, MD will take part in the program. Topics related to penile implant surgery will include:

Growing Adoption and Benefits of the "No Touch Technique"

Ongoing Development with the "Perito Minimally Invasive Penile Implant" Approach

The Importance of Training for the Young Prosthetic Urologist

Viewers are welcome to e-mail any questions they have to the surgeons when they view the program. Questions will be answered confidentially.

This program is presented by Coloplast.

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