Current State of Endovascular Treatment for Vasculogenic Erectile Dysfunction

Normal erectile function requires adequate penile arterial inflow, normal penile architecture and an intact venous capacitance system. Vascular disease is the dominant etiology of erectile dysfunction (ED) and current medical therapy increases penile blood flow. However, in a large proportion of patients, medical therapy is inadequate or contraindicated requiring the use of mechanical constrictive devices … Continue reading Current State of Endovascular Treatment for Vasculogenic Erectile Dysfunction