A duplex ultrasound is most useful in evaluating possible penile arterial disorders. Further studies of the venous drainage system as well as arterial imaging are usually recommended if vascular reconstructive surgery is anticipated. When conducting duplex ultrasound on the penis, sound waves are reflected back when they contact relatively dense structures, such as fibrous tissue or blood vessel walls. These reflected sound waves are then converted into pictures of the internal structures being studied.
Erectile dysfunction is divided into two etiologic categories: psychogenic and organic. Most causes of erectile dysfunction were once considered to be psychogenic, but current evidence suggests that up to 80 percent of cases have an organic cause.
This informational course includes the doppler technique being performed on a patient and is designed to provide you foundational information for its use in thoroughly diagnosing male sexual dysfunction. This course will educate you on the science and details of duplex ultrasound and the clinical application to help your patients rejuvenate and repair damaged vascular tissue and treat Peyronie’s disease.
This course is intended for all practitioners.
MEDICAL DISCLAIMER: This procedure is done through the discretion of the practicing physician. Specialty MED Training is not liable or responsible for patient results or complications.
Dr. Joseph Banno is a board-certified urologist and the clinical education director for Specialty MED Training. He is also a clinical instructor of urology at the U of I College of Medicine and senior partner of Midwest Urological Group, both in Central Illinois. He is co-founder of the Sexual Health and Treatment Center in Illinois and is one of the top prosthetic surgeons in the U.S. His clinical research includes, hypothermia of the prostate, penile rehabilitation, efficacy of PRP, shockwave therapy, erectile dysfunction, and female urinary incontinence.
Joseph Banno was born in Chicago, Illinois and attended Illinois Benedictine College where he majored in Biology and Biochemistry. Upon receiving his medical degree at the University of Illinois in Chicago, he began his surgical residency at OSF St. Francis Medical Center in Peoria, Illinois. His training continued in urology at the University of Chicago and Children’s Memorial Hospital in Chicago.
Banno Urology offers unique training and clinical protocols for practitioners who want to implement Platelet-Rich Plasma, Shockwave Therapy, Testosterone Therapy, and Penile Implants into their practice.