Multidisciplinary Diagnosis of Vascular Erectile Dysfunction
In the past 10 years extensive animal and human studies have begun to clarify the physiology of penile erection. Although there are many questions still unanswered, the evaluation of the impotent patient has reached a level of sophistication that reflects our increased understanding of the pathophysiology of chronic erectile dysfunction.
KeywordsErectile Dysfunction Vasoactive Drug Corpus Cavernosum Penile Erection Multidisciplinary Evaluation
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