Spezifische Aspekte

  • M. C. Truss
  • H.-J. Schäfers
  • A. J. Becker
  • S. A. Machtens
  • M. Sohn
  • M. Zamani
  • R. Raab
  • K. Höfner
  • C. G. Stief
  • B. Kulzer
  • I. Schroeder-Printzen
  • W. Weidner

Zusammenfassung

Die prolongierte Erektion ist eine durch intrakavernöse Injektion vasoaktiver Substanzen induzierte Erektion, die länger als 4 h anhält. Der Terminus Priapismus geht auf den griechischen Gott der Fertilität und der körperlichen Liebe, Priapus, zurück. Mit Priapismus wird eine über mindestens 2 h anhaltende, schmerzhafte Erektion bezeichnet, die ohne sexuelle Erregung einhergeht und die nicht durch die Anwendung intrakavernöser, vasoaktiver Substanzen ausgelöst wird. Ist die Ursache der prolongierten Erektion eine Überdosierung der applizierten vasoaktiven Substanz, so findet sich beim Priapismus eine multikausale Genese (s. Übersicht). Pathophysiologisch läβt sich der Priapismus in einen Low-flow- und einen High-flow-Priapismus unterteilen.

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  • M. C. Truss
  • H.-J. Schäfers
  • A. J. Becker
  • S. A. Machtens
  • M. Sohn
  • M. Zamani
  • R. Raab
  • K. Höfner
  • C. G. Stief
  • B. Kulzer
  • I. Schroeder-Printzen
  • W. Weidner

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