erectile tissue


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Noun1.erectile tissue - vascular tissue capable of filling with blood and becoming rigid
animal tissue - the tissue in the bodies of animals
erectile organ - an organ containing erectile tissue
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Along with repairing age-worn blood vessels, the GAINSWave stimulates the creation of new blood vessels and the rejuvenation of erectile tissue.
No good substitute is available for erectile tissue in reconstructive surgery
The cavernosal or deep penile artery extends throughout the length of corpus cavernosum and plays important role in the blood flow of erectile tissue.
Eventually, the thickened region may extend to the erectile tissue and this may lead to erectile dysfunction.
In the article 'Hypertension: The Link Between Erectile Dysfunction and Coronary Artery Disease,' Jacob Rajfer, MD, UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA, and Martin Miner, MD, Warren Alpert School of Medicine, Brown University, Providence, RI, proposes that hypertension negatively affects the flow of blood to both the heart muscle and the erectile tissue of the penis.
A Peyronie's disease occurs when fibrous plaque develops in the erectile tissue of the penis, causes irritation and swelling, and forms hardened scar tissue.
Post-prostatectomy erectile dysfunction results from injury to the cavernous nerve that provides the autonomic input to erectile tissue.
5] These are called baculum or os priapi, and their presence enables a male of the species to mate for an extended period of time with a female in the absence of well-developed erectile tissue.
Scrotal skin and the testicles are removed, and the skin of the penis is carefully separated from the erectile tissue and removed.
A blocked nose is due to swollen erectile tissue When your nose feels blocked it isn't because it's full of mucus, but because the veins in your nose are inflamed.
Absorbed by the urethral tissue, the medicine passes through to the surrounding erectile tissue.