Dr. Paul H. Chung, MD co-directed the 3rd Annual Jefferson Urology Symposium in Philadelphia, PA. The Men's Health Forum was aimed at regional urologists interested in expanding their knowledge of urological issues. Topics included low testosterone, erectile dysfunction, BPH, urinary incontinence, and Peyronie's disease. Dr. Chung spoke on his experience with treating straight-forward and complex cases of Peyronies disease using Xiaflex injections, penile plication, plaque excision/incision with and without grafting, and penile implant placement.
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