This book presents state of the art knowledge on penile augmentation with a view to providing a guide that will be highly relevant to clinical practice. The coverage is wide ranging, with clear descriptions of penile anatomy, patient selection and counselling, preoperative preparation, girth enhancement and penile lengthening techniques, postoperative care, and the approach to the pediatric patient. Experienced surgeons describe operative procedures from traditional fat transfer to the penile disassembly technique and reconstruction of the amputated penis, while the newest tissue engineering techniques are presented by leading researchers with reference to high-quality data. In addition, the role of auxiliary medical devices is explained. The text is supported by numerous full-color illustrations.
Only recently have the requisite medical skills and techniques been developed to allow safe and reliable penile augmentation, and now the procedure is considered comparable to the use of mammoplasty for breast augmentation in women for cosmetic and psychological reasons. Penile Augmentation will be of value for all who are involved or interested in the procedure.
- Describes a variety of girth enhancement and penile lengthening techniques
- Presents the newest tissue engineering techniques
- Includes numerous full-color illustrations
I. Introduction.- II. Historical & cultural perspective.- III. Penis anatomy.- IV. Patient selection and counselling.- V. Psychologic perspective.- VI. Preoperative preparation and postoperative care.- VII. Girth Enhancement.- Dermal, dermofat graft.- Fat graft.- Penile disassembly & Glans detachment.- Glans augmentation.- Injectable Filler.- Allograft and synthetic injectables.- Silicon.- Paraffin injection.- Tissue Engineering.- Stem Cell.- VIII. Penile Lengthening.- VY plasty.- Z-plasty.- Double-Z plasty.- Suspensory ligament release/division/ligamentolysis.- Penile lengthening device.--IX. Pediatric perspective.- micropenis, concealed penis, webbed penis, penoscrotal transposition.- Correction of webbed penis.- Correction of concealed penis.- Correction of penoscrotal transposition.- X. Penile reconstruction of amputated penis.- forearm cutaneous fascial graft.
Nam Cheol Park, MD PhD., Department of Urology, Pusan National University Hospital
Sae Woong Kim, MD PhD., Department of Urology, Seoul St. Mary's Hospital, College of Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea
Du Geon Moon, MD PhD., Department of Urology, Korea University Guro Hospital