Clinical presentations of Peyronie's disease

J P Pryor, D J Ralph
International Journal of Impotence Research 2002, 14 (5): 414-7
Patients with Peyronie's disease usually present soon after the onset of the disease with penile pain and deformity when they develop an erection. They are middle-aged men and a palpable plaque is usually present. A good clinical history and examination are all that are necessary to manage most patients with Peyronie's disease. Further investigation is only required in those men with erectile dysfunction or where surgery is indicated.

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