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Can penile curvature correction be performed on individuals with a history of Peyronie’s disease?

Yes, penile curvature correction procedures are often performed on individuals with a history of Peyronie’s disease. Peyronie’s disease is a condition characterized by the development of fibrous scar tissue (plaques) within the penis, which can lead to penile curvature and sometimes pain during erections. Penile curvature correction surgery aims to address the curvature and improve sexual function in individuals with Peyronie’s disease.

The specific procedure used for penile curvature correction may vary depending on the severity and location of the curvature, as well as the individual’s overall health. Common surgical techniques for Peyronie’s disease include:

  1. Plication Procedures: These procedures involve shortening the longer side of the penis to straighten it. They are often used for mild to moderate curvature.
  2. Grafting Procedures: In more severe cases of Peyronie’s disease, where there is significant plaque or complex curvature, grafting techniques may be used. This involves removing the plaque and using graft material to reconstruct the penis.
  3. Tunica Albuginea Excision and Grafting: This procedure involves removing the affected area of the tunica albuginea (the fibrous tissue surrounding the erectile chambers) and replacing it with a graft to straighten the penis.

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