Penile Fracture: A Meta-Analysis

  title={Penile Fracture: A Meta-Analysis},
  author={Tarik Amer and Rebekah Ann Wilson and Piotr L Chłosta and Salah Albuheissi and Hasan Abdur Rahman Qazi and Michael Fraser and Omar M Aboumarzouk},
  journal={Urologia Internationalis},
  pages={315 - 329}
Objectives: To review the causes and management of penile fracture and to compare between surgical and conservative management as well as immediate and delayed interventions in terms of overall and specific complications. [] Key Method Full texts of relevant articles were obtained and screened according to the inclusion criteria. Outcomes measures were numbers of patients receiving surgical or conservative management, aetiology of fracture, length of admission, complications as well as the specifics of…
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Long-term Treatment Outcomes Between Surgical Correction and Conservative Management for Penile Fracture: Retrospective Analysis
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