cavernosography

cavernosography

 [kav″er-no-sog´rah-fe]
radiographic visualization of the corpus cavernosum of the penis.
dynamic infusion cavernosography radiographic imaging of the corporal bodies and associated vasculature following infusion of contrast medium or saline solution directly into the corpus cavernosum; used for detection of venous leaks.

cavernosography

/cav·er·no·sog·ra·phy/ (-no-sog´rah-fe) radiographic visualization of the corpus cavernosum of the penis.

cavernosography

(kă″vĕr-nō-sŏg′ră-fē) [Fr. (corpus) cavernosum + Gr. graphos, drawn, written]
Radiological imaging of the corpus cavernosum.
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Investigation: Blood: Testosterone level, Prolactin level, Leutenizing hormone level, test to know sensation in penis, Nocturnal penile tumescence test (NPT) (Normally a healthy person has 5-6 erections during sleep, specially during Rapid Eye Movement period), Duplex ultrasound, Cavernosography and Magnetic resonance angiography.
Urethrography and cavernosography imaging in a small series of penile fractures: A comparison with surgical findings.
Dynamic infusion cavernosometry, cavernosography, arteriography, and neurophysiologic testing are available.
Specialised tests for assessing aetiology include nocturnal penile tumescence and rigidity, dynamic duplex ultrasound, dynamic infusion cavernosometry, cavernosography internal pudendal arteriography and biothesimetry.
Penile ultrasonography, cavernosography and magnetic resonance imaging can help in the diagnosis of PF (2).
In all ED patients, we advise vasoactive drugs injection in corpus spongiosum in office, before color Doppler sonography of penis as well as cavernosography and cavernosometry, also Rigiscan as needed.
In animal models, direct intracavernosal injection of recombinant VEGF protein or adenoviral VEGF that contains plasmids has shown dramatic results based on cavernosography.
Cavernosography is considered an easy technique and is used to define the location and extent of corporal rupture.
These patients are often diagnosed by the failure of vasoactive drugs to induce an erection and/or through cavernosography.
Dynamic infusion cavernosography and cavernosometry (DICC)
Other investigation like cavernosography and ultrasonography are done when history and clinical examination are not classical.