(3) The macroscopic and histological changes of the subcutaneous adipose and vessel. (4)We designed skin flap of 6cm×2cm in the back of rat and sutured to make a skin tube to mimic the penis reconstruction by skin tube, and observed the length changes of the survival skin tubes.
The techniques of phallus reconstruction can be divided into classical and modern methods . The classical methods of penile reconstruction is characteristic of using tubular flap , arbitrarily flap or perineal local flap , which were the dominant methods of phallus reconstruction from 40s to 70s of 20th century, for example : Belly tubular flap, middle abdominal flap, inside thigh cutaneous or musculo-cutaneous flap and scrotal flap.
After 1980, the modern methods of penile reconstruction have become main methods with the characteristics of using axial flaps, which advanced the techniques from experiential age to rationally age, for example : island skin flap, free flap and composite flap .
Previously penile reconstruction was mostly made with the isolated costal cartilage as the susteataculum, in general, after 5～10years the cartilage may be decalcified, absorbed and become soften, easily fractured. It it was fractured, usually needed for replacing the rib.
Conclusion The authors have successfully designed the rabbit model of the urethroplasty using the tubularized peritoneal free grafts in the penile reconstruction and demonstrated the possibility of the new method for phalloplasty brings a light to clinical study.
Objective:To establish an experimental phalloplasty model with sensory restoration in rabbits and to explore a new surgical technique to improve the postoperative sensory function in phallic reconstruction.
This review discusses types of penile prostheses, how to choose among prosthesis types, key features of implant techniques, infection management, penile reconstruction related to prosthesis implantation, and patient and partner satisfaction.
Moreover, although considered as an easy and reliable flap, the radial forearm has been reported to present more problems in penile reconstruction than when used in other areas (e.g.
Penile reconstruction following post-circumcision penile gangrene
Penile reconstruction was undertaken by mobilizing the corpora cavernosa together with the urethra, division of the suspensory ligament, and preservation of the neurovascular bundle.
The cases demonstrate the feasibility of one-stage penile reconstruction with corporal mobilization and primary full-thickness skin graft.