Penile prosthetic surgery is the definitive treatment for those patients with erectile dysfunction refractory to medical treatment. Although it associates satisfaction rates>90%, it is known that men with Peyronie's disease, body mass index>30kg/m2 or those previously operated on radical prostatectomy have lower satisfaction rates than the general population. The main reasons for dissatisfaction are the subjective loss of penile length and glans' flaccidity. Given such circumstance, several adjuvant surgical techniques have been described to improve aesthetic and functional outcomes after the implant. In our review, we wanted to investigate the different maneuvers used in patients with Peyronie's disease, those used to avoid the reduction of penile length and those used to avoid the floppy glans syndrome.
Keywords: Complicaciones; Complications; Disfunción eréctil; Erectile dysfunction; Penile prosthesis; Prótesis de pene; Satisfacción; Satisfaction.
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