Plaque Excision Articles


  • [Plaque excision plus autologous perididymal patch grafting for Peyronie's disease].

    To investigate the clinical effect of plaque excision plus autologous perididymal patch grafting in the treatment of Peyronie's disease.

    This study included 10 patients with Peyronie's disease received in our Department of Urology between January 2013 and December 2015, who had failed to respond to over 12 months of expectant drug therapy and remained stable for more than 6 months, none able to perform sexual intercourse due to penile curvature (>60°).

    Published April 28, 2019
  • Dermal graft surgery for Peyronie's disease: Long term results at a 15 years follow-up.

    To evaluate long-term outcomes of patients subjected to corporoplasty, plaque incision and excision, and autologous dermal grafting, with at least 15 years of follow-up. METHODS: The charts of consecutive patients with a penile curvature and a minimum of 15 years follow up were retrospectively reviewed.

    Published May 12, 2019
  • Multicenter Prospective Study of Grafting With Collagen Fleece TachoSil in Patients With Peyronie's Disease.

    A xenograft consisting of equine collagen coated with human fibrinogen and thrombin (TachoSil; Baxter, CA) has recently been introduced in grafting procedures for Peyronie's disease (PD).

    To describe the results of a multicenter prospective registry on patients with PD undergoing plaque incision or and grafting (PIG) or plaque excision and grafting (PEG) with collagen fleece TachoSil, to evaluate the efficacy and safety of this procedure.

    Published August 28, 2020
  • Shaeer's Punch Technique: Transcorporeal Peyronie's Plaque Surgery and Penile Prosthesis Implantation.

    Penile prosthesis implantation in cases of severe Peyronie's disease may require plaque excision/incision and grafting, which may require mobilization of the neurovascular bundle or urethra, posing the risks of penile hyposensitivity or urethral injury, and is time-consuming, possibly increasing infection risk.

    Published May 17, 2020
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