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Priapism: pathogenesis, epidemiology, and management.
INTRODUCTION Priapism describes a persistent erection arising from dysfunction of mechanisms regulating penile tumescence, rigidity, and flaccidity. A correct diagnosis of priapism is a matter ofExpand
Prevalence and correlates of erectile dysfunction in Turkey: a population-based study.
ED affects a high proportion of Turkish men aged > or = 40 years, is correlated with a number of serious medical conditions and the frequency increases with age, as did severity of ED. Expand
Summary of the recommendations on sexual dysfunctions in men.
Specific evaluation, treatment guidelines, and algorithms were developed for every sexual dysfunction in men, including erectile dysfunction; disorders of libido, orgasm, and ejaculation; Peyronie's disease; and priapism. Expand
Prevalence and risk factors for low sexual function in women: a study of 1,009 women in an outpatient clinic of a university hospital in Istanbul.
Lower educational level, menopause, depression, presence of sexual dysfunction in their partner, and contraceptive use were found to be significantly associated with low sexual function in women. Expand
Treatment of palpable varicocele in infertile men: a meta-analysis to define the best technique.
It is concluded that the microsurgical varicocelectomy technique has higher spontaneous pregnancy rates and lower postoperative recurrence and hydrocele formation than conventional varicocele techniques in infertile men. Expand
Sexual Dysfunction in Type II Diabetic Females: A Comparative Study
It is concluded that significant percentage of diabetic women that the authors observed experience sexual dysfunction of varying degrees that diminishes their quality of life. Expand
Microsurgical inguinal varicocele repair in azoospermic men.
Results of varicocele repair in azoospermic men reveal that a certain threshold of spermatogenesis, requiring the presence of at least sperMatids, is necessary for effective varicoCele repair. Expand
Prevalence of the complaint of ejaculating prematurely and the four premature ejaculation syndromes: results from the Turkish Society of Andrology Sexual Health Survey.
The prevalence of the complaint of ejaculating prematurely among Turkish men was 20.0%, with the highest PE syndrome being natural variable PE (8.5%) and premature-like ejaculatory dysfunction (5.1%). Expand
A retrospective review of 307 men with Peyronie's disease.
The data show that penile deformities are disabling (greater than 30 degrees) in 62.5% of cases and patients must be informed that Peyronie's disease is progressive in 30.2% without treatment and spontaneous resolution is rare. Expand
Can varicocelectomy significantly change the way couples use assisted reproductive technologies?
Varicocelectomy has significant potential not only to obviate the need for assisted reproductive technology, but also to down stage or shift the level ofassisted reproductive technology needed to bypass male factor infertility. Expand