Adrenal cancer is a rare disease that originates in the adrenal glands. The adrenal glands are located on top of the kidneys and consist of two parts that function separately: the outer layer (cortex) and the inner area (medulla).
Low testosterone or hypogonadism in men is a condition that results from the inability of the testes to produce the sex hormone testosterone, sperm or both.
Penile cancer is the rare growth of malignant cells on the external skin and in the tissues of the penis. Different types of penile cancer can develop in different cells of the penis, which determines the seriousness of the cancer and the type of treatment needed.
Peyronie's disease is characterized by the formation of hardened tissue (fibrosis) in the penis that causes pain, curvature, and distortion, usually during erection.
Premature ejaculation (PE) is a term used to describe a condition in which a man regularly ejects semen (i.e., ejaculates) very soon after the onset of sexual arousal, or sooner than he or his partner wishes.
Neurogenic bladder is the loss of normal bladder function caused by damage to part of the nervous system. The damage can cause the bladder to be underactive, in which it is unable to contract and unable to empty completely, or it can be overactive, in which it contracts too quickly or frequently.