Since 1986, Dr. Geng-Long Hsu, formerly a clinical professor at China Medical University, has developed and refined a series of penile reconstructive surgeries, including penile venous surgery and corporoplasty penile implantation, in tandem with advances in knowledge of the penile venous and tunical anatomy and of erection physiology. In 1993, he was promoted to the first Chair of Urology at Taiwan Adventist Hospital; he held that position until 1997 and then served as vice-superintendent of Po-Jen General Hospital until 2001. From 2001 to 2003, Dr. Hsu was a director of microsurgery potency reconstruction at Taipei Medical University Hospital. Afterward, he established his private practiceâ€”Hsu Andrologyâ€”which serves as both a clinical practice and research center. In 2012, Dr. Hsuâ€™s latest method of penile venous stripping surgery, administered via local anesthesia on an ambulatory basis, was granted a USPTO patent. He hopes this surgery will be studied and practiced worldwide.