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Peyronie’s Disease: Surgical Treatment

  • Derek Bochinski
  • Rafael Carrion
  • Nadeem Rahman
  • Tom F. Lue
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Abstract

A detailed medical and psychosexual history of the patient with Peyronie’s disease should include information about the duration and progression of the symptoms, penile rigidity, ability to have sexual intercourse, history of penile trauma or surgery, history of medication, and family history of Peyronie’s disease or Dupuytren’s contracture.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Derek Bochinski
  • Rafael Carrion
  • Nadeem Rahman
  • Tom F. Lue

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