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penile

 [pe´nīl]
of or pertaining to the penis.
penile prosthesis a device that is surgically implanted to overcome the problem of impotence. Several different designs are currently available; some are semirigid, others can be inflated when an erection is desired and deflated after intercourse. A penile prosthesis does not interfere with the physiologic mechanisms of sexual intercourse, orgasm, or ejaculation.

pe·nile

(pē'nīl),
Relating to the penis.
Synonym(s): penial

penile

(pē′nīl′, -nəl)
adj.
Of or relating to the penis.

pe·nile

, penial (pē'nīl, pēnē-ăl)
Relating to the penis.
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Trauma, end stage kidney disease or other conditions that increase calcium in the body can also cause the penile ossification.
HPV causes 99 per cent of cervical cancers as well as about 70 per cent of vaginal and vulvar cancers and more than 60 per cent of penile cancers.
The study objectives are to compare BMG and PFF techniques, and single-stage and 2-stage urethroplasty for the repair of penile urethral strictures.
On the other hand, surgical ligation of the fistula should only be preserved in those patients who did not achieve detumescence after selective arterial embolization due to its inevitable side effects, including residual erectile dysfunction (as high as 50%), penile gangrene, cavernosal abscess, and gluteal ischemia.
Both erections involve the same vascular and penile structural components.
The respondents' erected penile length was also measured using the standard test called 'Stretched Penile Length.'
All cases of penile carcinoma histologically confirmed by the Department of Anatomical Pathology, University of the Free State, and National Health Laboratory Service between January 2000 and December 2008 were retrospectively reviewed.
Penile cancer has a high mortality rate (4), ranging from 26.7 to 41% (5).
True complete diphallia is defined by complete penile duplication, each with two corpora cavernosa and one corpus spongiosum (8).
With the beginning of an era of reconstructive allotransplantation, cases of face and hand transplantation are widely reported.[2] Other reported composite tissue transfers include cases of arm, knee, abdominal wall, scalp, larynx, nerve, muscle, tongue, and trachea.[3] The literature for penile transplantation so far is limited to experimental studies on rats[4,5] and two clinical cases on humans.[6,7]
Hypospadias type varied from distal penile to mid-penile hypospadias in similar distribution in both the groups.