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Surgical Straightening With Tunica Incision and Grafting Technique

Single Relaxing Incision Based on Geometrical Principles

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Abstract

This single geometrically determined incision is a standardized procedure that may be used for the correction of any penile curvature whether or not associated with tunical constriction regardless of plaque characteristics, resulting in maximum penile length gain.

Key Words

  • Graft
  • induratio penis plastica
  • penile induration
  • Peyronie’s disease
  • surgery
  • surgical technique
  • tissue engineering
  • tunica albuginea

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Egydio, P.H. (2007). Surgical Straightening With Tunica Incision and Grafting Technique. In: Levine, L.A. (eds) Peyronie’S Disease. Current Clinical Urology. Humana Press. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-59745-161-1_21

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