Erectile function following unilateral cavernosal nerve replacement.

@article{Hanson2008ErectileFF,
  title={Erectile function following unilateral cavernosal nerve replacement.},
  author={Gregory R. Hanson and Lester S. Borden and Doug D Backous and Stephen W Bayles and John M. Corman},
  journal={The Canadian journal of urology},
  year={2008},
  volume={15 2},
  pages={3990-3}
}
INTRODUCTION With nerve-sparing techniques, patients undergoing a radical prostatectomy may avoid the morbidity of erectile dysfunction. Certain patients who are not candidates for nerve-sparing procedures may be eligible for nerve interposition grafts. While bilateral cavernosal nerve grafting after radical prostatectomy has shown efficacy, the effect of unilateral nerve grafting following prostatectomy remains unclear. We evaluate a large group of patients who underwent a unilateral… CONTINUE READING

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