Shortened penis post penile prosthesis implantation treated with subcutaneous soft silicone penile implant: case report

  title={Shortened penis post penile prosthesis implantation treated with subcutaneous soft silicone penile implant: case report},
  author={Vaheh Shirvanian and Gottfried Lemperle and C. A. Pinto and James J. Elist},
  journal={International Journal of Impotence Research},
Penile prosthesis surgery for erectile dysfunction has the highest satisfaction rates among all treatment options but is often associated with subjective and objective loss of penile length and girth following surgery. To present a novel technique using a subcutaneous soft silicone implant for reversal of penile shortening and narrowing after prosthesis surgery, with additional gains in overall penile length and girth. Nine patients were treated with the insertion of a subcutaneous soft… Expand
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