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European Urology (1995) 27 (4): 311–314.
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... increase rate and systolic peak blood flow velocity. Systolic peak blood flow velocities in papaverine-induced erection were 36.75 (±9.99) and 37.50 (±13.18) cm/s for right and left cavernosal arteries, respectively, in nondiabetic 16 men. The mean cavemosal artery diameter changes were 89.23 and 77.93...
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European Urology (1988) 14 (3): 210–213.
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...P. Puppo; A.F. de Rose; P. Pittaluga; F. Germinale; C. Caviglia; L. Giuliani From October 1985 to June 1986 we have treated 82 impotent patients. We related their penis-brachial pressure index (PBPI) with the dosage of papaverine necessary to obtain a full erection as measured by tumistore. We...
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European Urology (1993) 24 (4): 492–499.
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... (p =0.002), supporting the theory that nitric oxide activates the synthesis of cGMP and that cGMP causes cavernous smooth muscle relaxation. Papaverine elicited an intracavernous pressure increase that was not affected by methylene blue or N-ethylmaleimide, indicating that papaverine acts through...
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European Urology (1988) 15 (1-2): 132–133.
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...K.M. Desai; J.C. Gingell A case of loclaised penile corporeal fibrosis is described in a psychogenically impotent diabetic, following a short course of self-injection therapy with papaverine. The possible aetiology and implications of this complication are discussed together with the need to obtain...
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European Urology (1991) 20 (4): 301–306.
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...Thomas I-sheng Hwang; Chi-rei Yang; Willian L. Ho; Hoi-weng Chu Repeated intracavernous injections in healthy monkeys with 2 kinds of vasoactive agents [papaverine and prostaglandin Ei (PGE(1)) 3 monkeys each] and normal saline (2 monkeys) were conducted in this study. The purpose was to observe...
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European Urology (1989) 16 (2): 123–124.
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...Cläudio Telöken; Edgar Thorell; Nilton Sales; José Lisboa; Carlos A. V. Souto A new device for the autoinjection of papaverine into the corpus cavernosum for the treatment of impotence is described. Its use is much easier than conventional tuberculine syringes. Technical Progress Eur Ural 1989;16...
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European Urology (1989) 16 (3): 165–171.
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...M. Zentgraf; G. Ludwig; M. Ziegler Intracavernous administration of papaverine and phentolamine has become an essential and indispensible element in the diagnosis and treatment of erectile dysfunction. This paper assesses the frequency and meaning of the main side effects of intracavernous...
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European Urology (1997) 31 (3): 323–328.
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...Tibet Erdoğru; Ateş Kadioğru; Selahittin Çayan; Sedat Tellaloğlu Objective: A positive intracavernous papaverine test has been presumed to determine normal erectile hemodynamics. Recently, positive erectile responses to intracorporeal injection tests were reported in patients with penile arterial...
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European Urology (1994) 26 (4): 319–321.
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...W. Meinhardt; A.A.B. Lycklama à Nijeholt; R.F. Kropman; P. Vermeij; J. Zwartendijk Objective: evaluation of a self-injection program with a mixture of papaverine,phentolamine and prostaglandin E(1) (PGE(1)). Method: a self-injection program for erectile dysfunction was started by 48 patients, using...
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European Urology (1998) 34 (2): 124–127.
Published Online: 07 August 1998
... duplex ultrasonography, corpus cavernosum electromyography (CC-EMG) and cavernosometry were performed. Smooth muscle tone and the relaxation response after intracavernous papaverine and sodium nitroprusside injections were evaluated by CC-EMG. Autonomic dysfunction has been defined as increased...