Ajay Nehra, MD
Decision to use testosterone must be individualized
Testosterone replacement therapy has been much debated in recent months, in light of two studies linking the treatment to increased risk of all-cause mortality, myocardial infarction, and stroke, prompting an FDA investigation into TRT’s safety and widespread criticism from members of the urologic community. In this article, Ajay Nehra, MD, discusses those studies, evolving attitudes toward “low T,” and the importance of individualizing treatment.
Use of prosthetic devices in urologic practice
Three areas in urology currently rely upon the use of prostheses: artificial urinary sphincter for urinary incontinence, penile prosthesis for erectile dysfunction, and testicular prosthesis for congenital or acquired absent testis.

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