Drogo K. Montague

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The published evidence concerning the safety, efficacy, and patient satisfaction for implantation of the current model of the artificial urinary sphincter (AS 800) in men with post prostatectomy urinary incontinence was the objective of this review. A Pub Med English language literature search from 1995 to 2011 was performed. A majority of men who undergo(More)
In a sequential clinical sample of 64 subjects exclusively diagnosed as either biogenically or functionally impotent, Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI) and California Psychological Inventory (CPI) standard scales and the Beutler, et al., MMPI signs were all found to be ineffective in reliably classifying patients into the correct diagnostic(More)
Experience with the use of the Jonas penile prosthesis in 69 patients is presented, and the implantation of this prosthesis through a penoscrotal incision is described. Use of this prosthesis generally allows the penis to hang in a dependent position or to project outward from the body when coitus is desired. A malleable prosthesis such as the Jonas also(More)
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