Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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Erectile Function Following Repair of Penile Fracture
PoojarySadanand , Mohan Chandra Suvarna, TewaniVipin
Penile fracture is an uncommon condition that is defined the disruption of the tunica albuginea with rupture of the corpus cavernosum caused by trauma to the erect penis. Aim is to evaluate the clinical presentation and outcome of the treatment of penile fracture with special emphasis on erectile function. Materials and Method: Retrospective study july 2016 to july 2021.51 patients presented with suspected penile fracture. History, examination , type of injury and time to surgery noted. Degree of Erectile dysfunction was assessed by IIEF-5 at 3 and 6 months postoperatively
IIEF-5 , erectile dysfunction , mechanism of injury and time to surgery
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