Year : 2004 | Volume
: 20 | Issue : 2 | Page : 123--125
Penile fractures: Results of delayed repair
Manohar Shetty, RB Nerli, Shailesh Kamat, Abhinandan Sadalge, Vinay K Patil, Shrishailesh Amarkhed
Department of Urology, KLE Society's Hospital and Medical Research Centre, Belgaum, India
Objectives : To assess the results of delayed repair of penile fractures.
Methods: The patients presenting with penile fractures constituted study group. Those who have come after 24 hours of sustaining , penile injury are considered as delayed presentation. Five of the total 7 patients were in delayed group. All the patients were treated by surgical correction.
Results: Except for mild wound infection in 2 patients, there were no bothersome complications. The results were as good as with early repair and there was no increased risk of erectile dysfunction in penile fractures.
Conclusions: The surgical correction need not be deferred in delayed presentation of penile fractures.
Department of Urology, KLES Hospital and MRC, Nehrunagar, Belgaum - 590 010
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Shetty M, Nerli R B, Kamat S, Sadalge A, Patil VK, Amarkhed S. Penile fractures: Results of delayed repair.Indian J Urol 2004;20:123-125
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Shetty M, Nerli R B, Kamat S, Sadalge A, Patil VK, Amarkhed S. Penile fractures: Results of delayed repair. Indian J Urol [serial online] 2004 [cited 2021 Apr 12 ];20:123-125
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