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Author Topic: The Multiple-Slit Technique (MUST) for Penile Length and Girth Restoration  (Read 883 times)

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Guys, another new study for consideration  :)

Helps address penile size issues in cases of severe Erectile Dysfunction with concomitant (related) conditions that impair penile length or girth.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29275049



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Re: The Multiple-Slit Technique (MUST) for Penile Length and Girth Restoration
« Reply #1 on: December 29, 2017, 08:28:25 AM »

That's interesting article. What's the difference between old MoST technique and this new MUST technique? Can this new MUST technique not only restore length but also slightly add it? For example: if someone have 15 cm before Peyronies Disease, after that his penis shrunk to 13 cm, can he expect some gain, lets say 16 cm after this surgery? Also, if we talking about MUST surgery + AMS LGX 700 which is claiming that this IPP can restore length via extra-expandeble cylinders, will results be even more significant?
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Re: The Multiple-Slit Technique (MUST) for Penile Length and Girth Restoration
« Reply #2 on: December 29, 2017, 09:45:58 AM »

I think the most it would be possible to gain would be 1 cm, not sure  :-\ However in the below report 15 reported a mean increase in length of 2.2 cm following replacement of penile prosthesis in patients with scarred corpora cavernosa

The below article:- Implantation of AMS 700 LGX penile prosthesis preserves penile length without the need for penile lengthening procedures

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4736338/

Interesting discussion topic however, any length gains would be limited by length of the neurovascular bundles.  :)
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Re: The Multiple-Slit Technique (MUST) for Penile Length and Girth Restoration
« Reply #3 on: December 29, 2017, 12:49:36 PM »

Interesting discussion topic however, any length gains would be limited by length of the neurovascular bundles:)
So what's the maximal stretched length of neurovascular bundle in comparison to penile stretched length? Some surgeons report length enhancement on 3-4 cm or even up to 5 cm via techniques similar to MoST or MUST or other tunical grafting procedures. For example, if someone have 15 cm PSL (penile stretched length), does it mean that he potentially can get up to 18-19 cm if his neurovascular bundle would be able to stretch on 3-4 cm of extra length after tunical incision?
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Re: The Multiple-Slit Technique (MUST) for Penile Length and Girth Restoration
« Reply #4 on: December 29, 2017, 02:08:47 PM »

Alex, Huh, who knows, not me ???, wish some (any) medical professionals would tune-in this forum

JohnW has also posted this topic under 'Dick Experiments' quoting same PubMed survey.
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