Peyronie

Pey·ro·nie

(pā-rō-nē'),
François de la, French surgeon, 1678-1747. See: Peyronie disease.
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Phase 2b study of the clinical efficacy and safety of collagenase Clostridium histolyticum in patients with Peyronie disease.
Ectopic ossification of the genitalia is a rare condition most commonly associated with Peyronie disease.
Debe su nombre a Francois Gigot de la Peyronie, cirujano del rey Luis XV de Francia, fundador de la Real Academia de Cirugia, descrita como "la aparicion en el pene de un lecho en forma de rosario en el tejido fibroso que origina una induracion apical durante la ereccion"[1].
Originally commissioned by Louis XV's chief surgeon, La Peyronie, the menagerie paintings were suddenly left without a buyer when La Peyronie died in 1747.
ESTUDO QUANTITATIVO DO PENIS HUMANO NA DOENCA DE PEYRONIE.
Peyronie's disease (PD), which was named after Louis XIV's personal physician Francois Gigot de la Peyronie after his publication on this condition, is characterized by an inelastic, fibrous scar involving the tunica albuginea of the corpus cavernosa.
Ces lesions peuvent ressembler sur le plan clinique a une maladie de La Peyronie.
TRC for vertical connections Peyronie Hospital (change of 14 elevators and one freight elevator).
However, credit for describing the condition is given to Francois Gigot de La Peyronie, a surgeon to Louis XIV of France in 1773 (Peyronie, 1743).
Some other treatments for Peyronie's disease, named after Francois Gigot de la Peyronie, the physician who described it in 1743, included injections, stretching, electrical treatment, vacuum devices and laser surgery.
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