Ultrastructural and quantitative study of clitoral cavernous tissue from living subjects.

@article{Caruso2011UltrastructuralAQ,
  title={Ultrastructural and quantitative study of clitoral cavernous tissue from living subjects.},
  author={Salvatore Caruso and Antonio Cianci and Chiara Malandrino and Lidia Cavallari and Orazio Gambadoro and Grazia Arena and Letterio Pispisa and Carmela Agnello and Mattea Romano and Vittorio Cavallari},
  journal={The journal of sexual medicine},
  year={2011},
  volume={8 6},
  pages={1675-85}
}
INTRODUCTION There has never been an investigation about the in vivo clitoral structure. AIM To study the "in vivo" age-related structural changes of the clitoris in healthy women and in those affected by metabolic disorders. METHODS Forty-three women subgrouping in (i) five teenagers, aged 14-18; (ii) eight young premenopausal women, aged 23-32; (iii) 10 premenopausal women, aged 38-47; (iv) nine diabetic premenopausal women, aged 27-43; and (v) 11 naturally postmenopausal women aged 51-55… CONTINUE READING
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