T-shunt for Priapism step-by-step

In the following video-clips, Dr Alastair D Lamb and his colleagues from Edinburg Hospital Camebridge, demonstrate a complete sequence of how to differentiate between Ischaemic Priapism and High-Flow Priapism, from correct diagnosis to shunt surgery on a patient with confirmed low flow priapism. If not resolved on time, Ischaemic priapism (IP) can lead to corporal smooth muscle necrosis resulting in irreversible damage to the smooth muscle.

Watch and learn about the post-operative outcomes in which Alastair D Lamb discusses the advantages of T-shunts and his take-home key messages to colleague surgeons.


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