cavernous nerve

cavernous nerve

one of the terminal branches of the inferior hypogastric plexuses that innervate the erectile tissues of the penis.
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A randomised phase 3 study of intraoperative cavernous nerve stimulation with penile tumescence monitoring to improve nerve sparing during radical prostatectomy.
Histological study of the cavernous nerve mesh outside the periprostatic region: Anatomical basis for erectile function after nonnerve sparing radical prostatectomy.
The group aimed to examine the differentiation of human mesenchymal stem cells cultivated on the surface of nanofibrous meshes (nano-hMSCs) into neuron-like cells and repair of erectile dysfunction using their transplantation around the injured cavernous nerve (CN) of rats.
During their investigation, the group aimed to examine the differentiation of human mesenchymal stem cells cultivated on the surface of nanofibrous meshes (nano-hMSCs) into neuron-like cells and repair of erectile dysfunction using their transplantation around the injured cavernous nerve (CN) of rats.
The cavernous nerve of the penis is the other nerve that carries both the nerve of erection (parasympathetic) and the nerve of detumescence (sympathetic).
Using nerves from a patient's leg and attaching it to the severed cavernous nerve creates the potential for the nerve to regenerate.
The patent portfolio has been expanded to include parts of the peripheral nervous system, the cranial nerve, the brain and retina, and the cavernous nerve.
Cavernous nerve grafts restore erectile dysfunction in denervated rats.
Mary's Hospital in Seoul, found in animal studies that adipose (fat) derived adult human stem cells, grown in culture, were very effective in treating cavernous nerve injury.
This discovery about sonic hedgehog could be applicable not only to erectile dysfunction after prostate surgery but also when the cavernous nerve is damaged by diabetes, which also causes erectile dysfunction," said principal investigator Carol Podlasek, assistant professor of urology at Feinberg.
Nasdaq: ACOR) announced data from a preclinical study showed that treatment with Glial Growth Factor 2 (GGF2) improved erectile function in an animal model following a cavernous nerve (CN) injury, a common complication of prostate surgery.
Extension of broad patent portfolio to include parts of the peripheral nervous system, the cavernous nerve surrounding the prostate, the brain, the retina and cranial nerves

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