Arterial embolization in the treatment of post-traumatic priapism.

Abstract

Priapism is a prolonged penile erection not associated with sexual arousal. Two types of priapism have been described: the more common one is the "veno-occlusive" priapism and can be frequently observed as the consequence of an intracavernosal injection of vaso-active drugs for the treatment of erectile dysfunction. The less common type of priapism is known… (More)

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