The penis is a pendulous, erectile organ with a posterior fixed root, and is supported by the suspensory ligament, an extension of the linea alba. The main erectile body of the penis is composed of three cylinder-like masses of cavernous tissue—the left and right cavernous bodies and the spongy body of the urethra (Fig. 1).
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