Microcirculatory changes in penis with vasculogenic erectile dysfunction

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Erectile dysfunction (ED) - multifactorial disease, which has not only medical but also social significance. Epidemiological studies confirmed that 5% to 20% of men have moderate to marked degree of ED. ED requires a comprehensive, advanced diagnostics, involving not only the Doppler ultrasound of the penis, radioisotope method - fallostsintigraphy, and morphological analysis. Microvasculature of the corpora cavernosa ultrasound can assessed indirectly. The results of our study demonstrate the effectiveness of fallostsintigraphy in the diagnosis of microcirculatory disturbances of the corpora cavernosa of the penis, which confirmed by morphological analysis of the penile tissues.

A D Kaprin

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: info@mnioi.ru
Department of urology, oncology and radiology; Moscow Oncology Institute of the Hertsen FMRC MH RF 2nd Botkin passway, 3, Moscow, Russia, 125284

A A Kostin

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: info@mnioi.ru
Department of urology, oncology and radiology; Moscow Oncology Institute of the Hertsen FMRC MH RF 2nd Botkin passway, 3, Moscow, Russia, 125284

N G Kulchenko

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: kle-kni@mail.ru
Department of urology, oncology and radiology

I Z Eremina

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: eremina@med.rudn.ru
Department of urology, oncology and radiology

D P Kruglov

Moscow Oncology Institute of the Hertsen FMRC MH RF

Email: info@mnioi.ru

F Sh Mangutov

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: faridv7@gmail.com
Department of urology, oncology and radiology

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