electroejaculation

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electroejaculation

 [e-lek″tro-e-jak″u-la´shun]
electrical stimulation via the rectum to produce an ejaculation of semen; this is commonly used for spinal cord injury or testicular cancer patients who cannot ejaculate and are attempting artificial insemination. It may also be used for those with abdominal injuries, multiple sclerosis, diabetic neuropathy, and anejaculation from other causes, both physical and psychogenic.

electroejaculation

/elec·tro·ejac·u·la·tion/ (EEJ) (e-lek″tro-e-jak″u-la´shun) induction of ejaculation by application of a gradually increasing electrical current delivered through a probe inserted into the rectum.

electroejaculation

(ĭ-lĕk″trō-ē-jăk″ū-lā′shŭn) [″ + L. ejaculare, to throw out]
The retrieval of semen by electrical stimulation of the prostate. Electroejaculation is used to obtain sperm from men who are unable to ejaculate, e.g., because of spinal cord injury. It has also been used in veterinary medicine.

electroejaculation

a method used for the collection of semen for artificial insemination or for examination. Electrical stimulation has to be provided by electrodes applied to the lumbar sympathetic nerves to promote semen emission and to the pelvic splanchnic and internal pudendal nerves to promote ejaculation and erection of the penis. The electrodes are contained in a probe placed in the rectum.
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Men with a neurological cause for a failure to ejaculate should be offered either vibro-stimulation or electro-ejaculation.
The success rate of electro-ejaculation may range from 63% (patients with upper motor neuron lesions) to 93% (patients with lower motor neuron lesions).
One of the world leading experts on rhino fertility, Robert Hermes, has travelled to Dublin Zoo to carry out ultrasounds and electro-ejaculation on the herd of southern white rhinos.
The team involved various medical experts, including fertility specialists from the Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research in Berlin, who performed the complicated electro-ejaculation procedure.
Sphincteric events during penile vibratory ejaculation and electro-ejaculation in men with spinal cord injuries.

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