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Priapism: sources and notes

Authors: Dorothee Gebele, Dr. Nicolas Evrard


Online information from the Schleswig-Holstein University Clinic, Urology Clinic: (accessed date: 25.4.2014).

Dallinger, B. et al. : Leitlinie Priapismus. Journal für Urologie und Urogynäkologie, 15 (Occasional Paper No. 6), 2008.

Hirner, A., Weise, K.: Surgery. Thieme, Stuttgart 2008.

Bondil P. Treatment of prolonged pharmacological erection. Andrology, 1994.

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