Risk Factors for Peyronie's Disease in Patients Submitted to the Nesbit Procedure

Risk Factors for Peyronie's Disease in Patients Submitted to the Nesbit Procedure

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Author(s): Thiago da Silveira Antoniassi, Luís Cesar Fava Spessoto, Jose Roberto G.Filho, Vinícius Matias Monteiro Cavalcante, Etore Andrade da Silva, Maria Fernanda W. Facio, Laisa Ferraz de Arruda, Jerônimo Ferraz de Arruda Neto, José Germano F. Arruda, Germano José F. Arruda, Marcio Gatti, Pedro Francisco F. Arruda, Fernando Nestor Fácio Júnior

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DOI: 10.18483/ijSci.1073 283 734 131-133 Volume 5 - Jun 2016

Abstract

Peyronie's disease is a benign disease of unknown etiology. The objective of this study was to evaluate factors associated to Peyronie's disease in patients submitted to the Nesbit surgical procedure. Patients and We conducted a retrospective study in 67 patients through a descriptive analysis of patients submitted to the Nesbit surgical procedure in Hospital de Base in Sao Jose do Rio Preto. Results: The main factors associated with Peyronie's disease found in this study were smoking (46.2%), hypertension (41.7%) and excessive alcohol consumption (25.3%). Most patients took some type of medication daily, in particular antihypertensive drugs. Significant associations were found with smoking, hypertension and alcohol abuse.

Keywords

antihypertensive drugs, Peyronie's disease, risk factors

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