Henry Ford Hospital Medical Journal


Impotence commonly occurs as a result of treatment of carcinoma of the prostate. We review the etiology, evaluation, and treatment options available for these patients as well as our experience with fifty prostate cancer patients who underwent placement of penile prostheses. Several excellent alternatives are available for patients with impotence resulting from treatment of carcinoma of the prostate.



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