Tunical Outer Layer Plays an Essential Role in Penile Veno-occlusive Mechanism Evidenced from Electrocautery Effects to the Corpora Cavernosa in Defrosted Human Cadavers.

@article{Hsieh2015TunicalOL,
  title={Tunical Outer Layer Plays an Essential Role in Penile Veno-occlusive Mechanism Evidenced from Electrocautery Effects to the Corpora Cavernosa in Defrosted Human Cadavers.},
  author={Cheng-Hsing Hsieh and Yiping Huang and Mang-Hung Tsai and Heng-Shen Chen and Po-Cheng Huang and Chung-Wu Lin and Geng-Long Hsu},
  journal={Urology},
  year={2015},
  volume={86 6},
  pages={1129-35}
}
OBJECTIVE To determine the exact anatomical structure for establishing penile veno-occlusive function, we sought to conduct a hemodynamic study on defrosted human cadavers. MATERIALS AND METHODS Thirteen penises were used for this experiment, and 11 intact penises were allocated into the electrocautery group (EG, n = 6) and the ligation group (LG, n = 5… CONTINUE READING