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Case Study

Dry Gangrene of the Penis Induced by a Bullring for Sexual Stimulation Purposes

1Department of Urology, Martha Maria Medical Center, Nurnberg, Germany
2Department of Urology, Salzgitter Medical Center, Salzgitter, Germany

Received 13 August 2008; Revised 11 September 2008; Accepted 15 September 2008

Academic Editor: Tom F. Lue

Copyright © 2008 Apostolos P. Labanaris et al.

Citations to this Article [5 citations]

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