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Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a sexual dysfunction characterized by the inability to develop or maintain an erection that represents a satisfactory sexual performance...

Peyronie's Disease (also known as "Induratio penis plastica") is a connective tissue disorder...



Male anatomy

The penis is made up of two corpora cavernosa near the back and a single corpus spongiosum below. These columns are covered by a fibrous envelope called tunica albuginea. The fibers of the tunica albuginea unites to form a perforated septum which allows these corpora to work as a single unit. The corpora cavernosa and the corpus spongiosum of the penis are enclosed within the Buck's fascia, the deep connective tissue of the penis.#The spongiform cavernous tissue forms a net of interconnected spaces. These formations are made of a sponge-like tissue containing irregular blood-filled spaces lined by endothelium and separated by connective tissue septa or trabeculae. The trabeculae are fibrous bands formed partly of non-striated muscular fibers and partly of extracellular substances (elastin, collagen and fibroblasts). The penis is particularly vascularized in the internal pudendal artery, which gives off the perineal artery and the penile artery. The penile artery is divided into bulbar, urethral, spongiosum dorsal and cavernous arteries. The cavernous artery flows through the cavernous corpora and along the penis where it gives off many helicine arteries. Some of these arteries end in a capillary net-work, the branches of which open directly into the cavernous spaces. Blood passes through three kinds of veins, i.e. superficial, median and deep veins. Deep veins bring blood coming from the corpora cavernosa and the corpus spongiosum.

In some circumstances, release of nitric oxide precedes relaxation of muscles in the corpora cavernosa and corpus spongiosum, in a process similar to female arousal. The spongy tissue fills with blood from arteries down the length of the penis. A little blood enters the corpus spongiosum; the remainder engorges the corpora cavernosa, which expand to hold 90% of the blood involved in an erection, increasing both in length and in diameter. The function of the corpus spongiosum is to prevent compression of the urethra during erection. Blood can leave the erectile tissue only through a drainage system of veins around the outside wall of the corpus cavernosum. The expanding spongy tissue presses against a surrounding dense tissue (tunica albuginea) constricting these veins, preventing blood from leaving. The penis becomes rigid as a result. The glans penis, the expanded cap of thecorpus spongiosum, remains more malleable during erection because its tunica albuginea is much thinner than elsewhere in the penis.




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