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  • The corpora cavernosa are the two bodies of erectile tissue on each side of the penis.

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  • The _penis_ of the young man who has completed the stage of puberty consists (1) of the two corpora cavernosa, as they are called, or erectile bodies, called cavernosa because they contain numerous blood sinuses which when filled cause the organ to erect.

    The Biology, Physiology and Sociology of Reproduction Also Sexual Hygiene with Special Reference to the Male

  • Kremine believes that continued priapism is produced by effusion of blood into the corpora cavernosa, which is impeded on its return.

    Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine

  • These drugs may help to open the arteries a little, but their main function is in a different part of the vascular process that allows for erection (the corpus cavernosa).

    Erectile Dysfunction: A Blessing in Disguise

  • Massive corals include: Montastrea faveolata, Montastrea cavernosa, Solenastrea bournoni, Dendrogyra cylindrus, and giant brain coral.

    Coral reefs in Florida

  • Platelike growth forms of Agaricia agaricites, Montastrea faveolata, Montastrea cavernosa, and Madracis mirabilis, and deepwater octocorals such as Ellisella barbadensis and Iciligorgia schrammi are common on the deep and outlier reefs.

    Coral reefs in Florida

  • VPRX stimulates cell growth within the corpora cavernosa itself.

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  • The spongy part occupies the inferior groove formed between the two united corpora cavernosa of the penis, and is subcutaneous as far back as the scrotum under the pubes, between which point and the bulb it becomes embraced by the accelerator urinae muscle.

    Surgical Anatomy

  • While viewed in section, its two corpora cavernosa are seen to unite anteriorly, and by this union to form a septum "pectiniforme;" posteriorly they remain distinct and lateral, F F, Fig. 2, Plate 51, being attached to the ischio-pubic rami as the crura penis.

    Surgical Anatomy

  • The glans and anterior part of the corpus cavernosum urethræ are detached from the corpora cavernosa penis and turned to one side.

    Illustrations. Fig. 1154


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