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What is penile prosthesis?


Penile implants are devices implanted inside the penis that allow men with erectile dysfunction (ED) to get an erection. Penile implants are also sometimes used to treat Peyronie's disease, a disorder that causes pain or bending of the penis during erections.

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Also known as Penile Implants, Penile Implant, Artificial Penis, Penile Prostheses, Penis Prosthesis, Penis Prostheses
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Apokyn

A rarely reported motivation for apomorphine abuse (escalation of dose beyond prescribed frequency) is the use of apomorphine to attempt to avoid all symptoms of all "off" events when "off" events occur frequently. A second, rarely reported, motivation for apomorphine abuse is a psychosexual reaction related to the stimulation of penile erection and increase in libido. Adverse events that have been reported in males with overuse include frequent penile erections, atypical sexual behavior, heightened...

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Penile Prosthesis: Implant, Surgery, Effectiveness, and Sex ...

A penile prosthesis is a treatment for erectile dysfunction. WebMD explains how the device works.

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Penile prosthesis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A penile prosthesis is a medical device implanted in the penis requiring a surgical procedure. The device is often used for men with organic or ...

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Penile Prosthesis Implantation: eMedicine Urology

Apr 22, 2009 ... Overview: Potency has always been something special in human culture. Its effects even have been intertwined within early Common and Church ...

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Penile Prosthesis Implantation for End-Stage Erectile Dysfunction ...

by DK Montague - 2005 - Cited by 6 - Related articles

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Penile Implants on MedicineNet.com

Mar 11, 2011 ... Find out how penile implants work, and their effectiveness in treating erectile dysfunction (erection problems)on MedicineNet.com.

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penile prosthesis (penile implant) surgery

Types of penile implants, how they work, and what to expect from surgery.

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Penile Prostheses for Erectile Dysfunction - UrologyHealth.org

Penile prostheses are devices that are implanted completely within the body. They produce an erection-like state that enables the man who has one of these ...

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Priapism

Priapism is a long-lasting, usually painful erection of the penis that lasts for several hours or much longer. It is a rare condition.

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Penile Implant Surgery - Surgical Treatments & Procedures ...

University of Washington School of Medicine Department of Urology, patient care, surgical treatment and procedures, artificial urinary sphincter (aus) and ...

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Prosthesis
A prosthesis is a device designed to replace a missing part of the body or to make a part of the body work better. Diseased or missing eyes, arms, hands, legs, or joints are commonly replaced by prosthetic devices. False teeth are known as dental prostheses. An artificial replacement of the jaw bone is called a maxillofacial prosthesis. Penis implants are also known as penile prostheses.

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Penis
The penis is the male organ used for urination and sexual intercourse. The penis is located above the scrotum. It is made of spongy tissue and blood vessels. The shaft of the penis surrounds the urethra and is connected to the pubic bone. The foreskin covers the head (glans) of the penis. The foreskin is removed if the boy is circumcised.

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Cancer - penis
Cancer of the penis is cancer that starts in the penis, an organ that makes up part of the male reproductive system.

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Penis Disorders
Problems with the penis can cause pain and affect a man's sexual function and fertility. Penis disorders include

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Plethysmography
Plethysmography is a test used to measure changes in blood flow or air volume in different parts of the body. It may be done to check for blood clots in the arms and legs, or to measure how much air you can hold in your lungs. Penile pulse volume recording is a type of plethysmography done on the penis to check for causes of erectile dysfunction. See also: Limb plethysmography Vascular ultrasound

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Erection self-test
An erection self-test is a method to determines a man's ability or inability to achieve an erection during sleep.

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Prostin VR Pediatric
Do not use alprostadil if you have a penile implant unless advised by doctor.

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Genital Warts
Condylomata acuminata, Penile warts, Human papilloma virus (HPV), Venereal warts, Condyloma

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HPV
Most often, to screen for infections in women with the types of HPV that are associated with cervical cancer or to follow up on an abnormal Pap smear, sometimes to detect an HPV infection in men as there is a potential correlation between HPV infection and anal or penile cancer

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Nonsurgical Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction
Exploring Your Treatment Options Virtually any man who wishes to have an erection can obtain it, regardless of the underlying cause of his problem. Many reasonable nonsurgical treatment options exist for erectile dysfunction (also called male impotence), including external vacuum devices, medications (oral and topical), hormonal therapy, penile injection therapy, and intraurethral pellet therapy. Sex counseling is another option and is discussed in Living With Erectile Dysfunction.

Blenoxane
Bleomycin belongs to the general group of medicines called antineoplastics. It is used to treat several types of cancer, including cervix and uterus cancer, head and neck cancer, testicle and penile cancer, and certain types of lymphoma. Bleomycin also may used for other conditions, as determined by your doctor.

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