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Relevance of dynamic cavernosography to the diagnosis of venous incompetence in erectile dysfunction

Relevance of dynamic cavernosography to the diagnosis of venous incompetence in erectile dysfunction

Journal of Urology 137(6): 1163-1167

Dynamic cavernosography with flow and cavernosometric studies was performed on 140 patients, 18 of whom served as a control group. Of the 122 multidisciplinary investigated patients with erectile dysfunction 66 (54.1 per cent) showed associated venous leakage. Insufficiency of the dorsal penile veins (29 patients, 44 per cent) and complicated venous leakage (23 patients, 34.8 per cent) were predominate. In 63 patients with erectile dysfunction the results of an additional papaverine test were compared to the results of dynamic cavernosography, and they indicated a sensitivity of more than 90 per cent in regard to evidence or exclusion of venous incompetence in erectile dysfunction.

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PMID: 3586148

DOI: 10.1016/s0022-5347(17)44435-1

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