Jens Otto Reimers Sønksen

    1997 …2024

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    Surgical andrology

    Microsurgical vaso-vasovasostomy & vaso-epididymostomy

    Microsurgical varicocelectomies

    Transurethral resection of the ejaculatory ducts (TURED)

    Micro-TESE (Testicular sperm extraction)

    Sexual dysfunction

    Erectile dysfunction including penile implants


    Peyronies disease

    Ejaculatory dysfunction

    Lower urinary tract dysfunction

    Benign prostate hyperplasia – new treatments

    Urinary incontinence after pelvic surgery

    Prostate cancer

    Side effects after surgery and medical therapy

    Bladder cancer

    Superficial bladder neoplasia

    Main research areas


    Ejaculatory and erectile dysfunction, male infertility including surgical sperm retrieval and fertility/restoration methods, lower urinary tract dysfunction as well as urological cancers.

    Current research

    Metabolic changes due to iatrogenic hypogonadism in men with prostate cancer

    The HEAT study: Herlev enzalutamide vs. abiraterone toxicity study in men with prostate cancer

    Group based exercise to improve physical fitness in men with prostate cancer undergoing androgen deprivation therapy

    Group based exercise for men with prostate cancer undergoing androgen deprivation therapy: Men’s experiences of the transition to unsupervised exercise in the community

    The accuracy of confocal laser endomicroscopy for the diagnosis of superficial bladder neoplasia

    Surgical sperm retrieval in non-obstructive azoospermic men: microdissection testicular sperm extraction vs. multiple needlepass percutaneous testicular sperm aspiration

    New molecular approach for stimulation of spematogenesis

    Potential conflicts of interest


    External positions

    Professor, Department of Clinical Medicine, University of Copenhagen

    2005 → …


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