Ischemic priapism in South-East Nigeria: Presentation, management challenges, and aftermath issues

Conclusions: Low flow priapism is common in our environment, and approximately half will occur in SCD patients who have had stuttering priapism previously. Timely diagnosis and treatment will reduce the probability of severe ED. In our experience, the Al-Ghorab shunt provides rapid relief. Enlightenment is vital in reducing ischemia time. Emphasis on preventive measures in SCD patients is vital.
Source: Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice - Category: Rural Health Authors: Source Type: research

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