May 1, 1977

Priapism--clinical aspects and treatment

Zeitschrift für Urologie und Nephrologie
U Thiel, S Wagner

Abstract

After references to definition, anatomic and physiologic foundations the author deals with the pathology of priapism. A clinical systematization of the diseases occurring together with priapism according to causal points of view is no more worth being advocated. It is completely unclarified to which extent the disease actually participates in priapism. After the description of the possibilities of a conservative medical treatment to the heparin and fibrinolysis therapy it is referred to the importance of the continuous drainage of the corpora cavernosa after Grayhack and Quackels. It is reported on two patients operated according to Grayhack. Results of surgical therapy reported in publications of the last time refer to an essential improvement of the prognosis of priapism.

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Erectile Dysfunction
Priapism
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