Genital Sensitivity After Sex Reassignment Surgery in Transsexual Patients

  title={Genital Sensitivity After Sex Reassignment Surgery in Transsexual Patients},
  author={G. Selvaggi and S. Monstrey and P. Ceulemans and G. T’sjoen and G. De Cuypere and P. Hoebeke},
  journal={Annals of Plastic Surgery},
  • G. Selvaggi, S. Monstrey, +3 authors P. Hoebeke
  • Published 2007
  • Medicine
  • Annals of Plastic Surgery
  • Background:Tactile and erogenous sensitivity in reconstructed genitals is one of the goals in sex reassignment surgery. Since November 1993 until April 2003, a total of 105 phalloplasties with the radial forearm free flap and 127 vaginoclitoridoplasties with the inverted penoscrotal skin flap and the dorsal glans pedicled flap have been performed at Ghent University Hospital. The specific surgical tricks used to preserve genital and tactile sensitivity are presented. In phalloplasty, the dorsal… CONTINUE READING
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