PMID: 7941205Oct 1, 1994Paper

Penile fracture: an unusual presentation with lacerations of bilateral corpora cavernosa and partial disruption of the urethra

J KowalczykA Grimaldi


Fracture of the penis is a relatively uncommon form of urologic trauma. We report an unusual case of rupture of both corpora cavernosa associated with partial disruption of the urethra. The patient underwent surgical repair using a Foley catheter as a urethral stent. The patient experienced excellent results with preservation of all functions.


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