Penile Fracture: Treatment and Long-term Complications

A diagnosis of penile fracture specifically refers to the rupture of the corprora cavernosa, one of the two erectile tissues found in the penis. The other erectile tissue is called the corpora spongiosum, which contains the urethra. Thus, the urethra may also be injured in more severe cases. Penile fracture usually occurs when blunt force …

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