cavernosal

cavernosal

/cav·er·no·sal/ (-no´s'l)
1. pertaining to a corpus cavernosum.
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End-to-end arterial anastomosis with the internal iliac artery has previously been shown to reduce cavernosal arterial flow (15), but recently similar effect was also found for end-to-side external iliac artery anastomosis (16).
Oral Bisphenol A (BPA) given to rats at moderate doses is associated with erectile dysfunction, cavernosal lipofibrosis and alterations of global gene transcription.
The end result of these changes is a decrease in the arterial flow velocity and insufficient expansion of the cavernosal sinusoid to produce a firm erection (Lasker, Maley, & Kadowitz, 2010).
However, cases of priapism with involvement of the corpus spongiosum and sparing of the cavernosal spaces have been reported.
The relaxing effect of Thyme on corpus cavernosal tissue could be mediated by multiple action mechanisms including increasing the release of nitric oxide from corporal sinusoids, increasing the intracellular calcium sequestration that hyperpolarizing action [28].
Penile Doppler ultrasound was used to document the presence of vasculogenic ED, which was defined as a peak systolic velocity <25 cm/s in either cavernosal artery 15 min following injection of a vasodilator.
Transcriptional profiling of human cavernosal endothelial cells reveals distinctive cell adhesion phenotype and role for claudin 11 in vascular barrier function.
The effects of trimetazidine and sildenafil on bilateral cavernosal nerve injury induced oxidative damage and cavernosal fibrosis in rats.
Testosterone may affect the ability to achieve erections by helping to stimulate the expression of nitric oxide synthase and thereby increase the availability of nitric oxide in cavernosal tissue (32).
2] in its largest dimensions, the multiloculated collection showed central fluid signal intensity and peripheral rim enhancement on a contrast-enhanced MRI scan, which revealed this collection's posterior communication with the right corpus cavernosal body (Figure 1).
Both radical prostatectomy and radiation therapies not only damage the cavernosal nerves but can also injure the penile arteries, causing local inflammatory changes and tissue hypoxia.