The Who, How and What of Real-World Penile Implantation in 2015: The PROPPER Registry Baseline Data.

@article{Henry2016TheWH,
  title={The Who, How and What of Real-World Penile Implantation in 2015: The PROPPER Registry Baseline Data.},
  author={Gerard D. Henry and Edward Karpman and William O. Brant and Brian S Christine and B. Kansas and Mohit Khera and Leroy A Jones and Tobias S Kohler and Nelson Bennett and Eugene P. Rhee and Elizabeth Eisenhart and Anthony J. Bella},
  journal={The Journal of urology},
  year={2016},
  volume={195 2},
  pages={
          427-33
        }
}
PURPOSE To date, the published data on patients treated with penile implantation generally consist of small series of single surgeon, retrospective experiences rather than prospective or large, multicenter evaluations. This study establishes a baseline of data collection from the PROPPER (Prospective Registry of Outcomes with Penile Prosthesis for Erectile Restoration). The PROPPER is the first large, prospective, multicenter, multinational, monitored, and internal review board approved study… Expand
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