Priapism: pathophysiology and management

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Introduction. Priapism is defined as a persistent erection of the penis not accompanied by sexual desire or stimulation and can be a urological emergency. There are three different types of priapism: low-flow priapism, highflow priapism and recurrent priapism. Unfortunately, clinical guideline does not establish a fixed set of rules for the treatment of… (More)

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@inproceedings{Liguori2010PriapismPA, title={Priapism: pathophysiology and management}, author={Giovanni Liguori and Stefano Bucci and Sara Benvenuto and Carlo Trombetta and Emanuele Belgrano}, year={2010} }