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1.  Peyronie's Disease: Still a Surgical Disease 
Advances in Urology  2012;2012:206284.
Peyronie's Disease (PD) remains a challenging and clinically significant morbid condition. Since its first description by François Gigot de la Peyronie, much of the treatment for PD remains nonstandardized. PD is characterized by the formation of fibrous plaques at the level of the tunica albuginea. Clinical manifestations include morphologic changes, such as curvatures and hourglass deformities. Here, we review the common surgical techniques for the management of patients with PD.
PMCID: PMC3432524  PMID: 22956943
2.  Penile Enhancement Procedures with Simultaneous Penile Prosthesis Placement 
Advances in Urology  2012;2012:314612.
Here we present an overview of various techniques performed concomitantly during penile prosthesis surgery to enhance penile length and girth. We report on the technique of ventral phalloplasty and its outcomes along with augmentation corporoplasty, suprapubic lipectomy, suspensory ligament release, and girth enhancement procedures. For the serious implanter, outcomes can be improved by combining the use of techniques for each scar incision. These adjuvant procedures are a key addition in the armamentarium for the serious implant surgeon.
PMCID: PMC3395210  PMID: 22811703

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