Priapism is a rare, painful, persistent erection that is usually not associated with sexual desire and not relieved on orgasm. Most cases are of the venoocclusive type; high-flow priapism is exceptionally rare. Timely treatment results in a high degree of success.
KeywordsSickle Cell Anemia Sickle Cell Sickle Cell Trait Glans Penis Potency Rate
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