Reconstruction of penis helps men to restore virility

Reconstruction of penis helps men to restore virility Some children may be bite off their penis in the childhood, such as dogs, rats and other animal biting. Adult men may cause partial or complete loss of the penis due to trauma such as gunshot wounds, cutting injuries, explosion injuries and avulsion injuries. The penis plays an important role in male’s daily life which is the root of the male, but also it is an important link to maintain marriage and family. Therefore, penile defects can cause severe physical and psychological pain, and should be reconstructed to restore normal urination and reproductive function.

The penis consists of three parts, including the penis corpus, the urethra, and the supporting tissue. Penile reconstruction is a complex plastic surgery. There are many ways to rebuild the penis, and the skin tube method is the most popular method, usually in the abdomen or thigh to form a foot long skin tube, requires four operations to transfer.

After the formation of skin tube, the second stage operation was transplanted the larger skin tube to the root of the penis above the urethra, and the small skin tube was transplanted to the below urethra. The third stage operation is do a two longitudinal incision on the two skin tubes respectively, suture of skin between incisions to form urethra. Cartilage transplantation is best performed as a supporting tissue.

On this basis, recent years the method of microsurgical anastomosis of blood vessel was used to reconstruct the penis, and the reconstruction of the penis was performed with the lower limb flap and the umbilical flap in one operation. After the penis is reconstructed, often still need to do glans plastic surgery. Generally, the penis that is reconstructed is thicker than normal. If the operation is successful, it can restore good urination function. Furthermore, it can, complete the function that inserts vagina with the collaboration of the female.

Prevention and treatment of penile trauma

Prevention and treatment of penile trauma The penis location is very subtle, usually also can widely range move, and the corpus cavernosum is very flexible, also wrapped in a tough film, so it is generally not easy to damage. But injuries can also occur when subjected with external forces, such as riding, straddle and other direct forces, and many of them exist simultaneously with urethral injuries. Moreover, the type of performance is complex, the treatment methods are different, and sometimes more difficult, the key is to pay attention to their own safety in daily life to prevent unexpected events.

Penile trauma injury are varies with external force, and the force direction. And the main common symptoms include pain, swelling, hematuria and dysuria.

Contusion of penis

This is mainly caused by blunt external force directly when the penis erects, the formation of purple ecchymosis when lightly, or a subcutaneous sponge or glans, hematoma, pain when hardly. Newly married night, when the penis is too fierce pumping, can make wrapping or wrapping chalaza produce laceration, or appear wrapping, glans abrade or oedema. It only needs to rest when the situation is not so bad, play the scrotum and penis with t-bandage. Acute period when still has ooze blood, you can apply cold compress, use hot compress to promote haematoma absorption after haemorrhage stops. Antibiotics should be given to prevent infection if necessary.

For example, a worker who accidentally fell on the iron on his sacrococcygeal impact, severe pain in the perineum, since the next day two weeks penile erection, the penis aches and accompanied by pain, finally it is confirmed as the penis contusion and hematoma priapism.

Dislocation of penis

The penis is distorted when erect, or violent attack when in soft situation, excessive pull or the cross injury, cause the penis to break away from its skin, dislocation arrives ham root or scrotum perineal ministry. In addition to hemostasis and manual reduction, the penis must be sutured to normal position during the treatment.

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