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Twisted penis: sources and notes

Author : Sylvie Charbonnier.
Expert consultant: Professor Pierre Costa, president of the Association inter-hospital-university of sexology, and urologist at the University Hospital of Nîmes.

Sources:

C. Ze Ondo et al. Lapeyronie's Disease: Clinical and Therapeutic Aspects of 17 Cases, African Journal of Urology.
- Fritsch Andrieu N., at al., Treatment of Lapeyronie's disease, Prog Urol, 2009. Afu website.


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