IPP: Approaches to prosthesis and AUS placement

November 1, 2014

These videos demonstrate the difference in anatomic approach between a single penoscrotal and double perineal/penoscrotal incision technique for simultaneous placement of the inflatable penile prosthesis and artificial urinary sphincter.

 

In this video, we demonstrate the two-incision approach for simultaneous placement of the inflatable penile prosthesis and artificial urinary sphincter. The two-incision approach is a comparable alternative to the single upper-transverse scrotal incision approach.

IPP: Prosthesis and AUS placement: Single-incision approach

This video illustrates the single-incision approach for the simultaneous placement of the inflatable penile prosthesis and artificial urinary sphincter.

Dr. Brant: Dr. Jones’s videos demonstrate the difference in anatomic approach between a single penoscrotal and double perineal/penoscrotal incision technique. The single-incision technique has become less popular due to difficulties in placing the artificial sphincter cuff in an appropriately proximal location. The double incision allows for direct dissection over a variety of locations of the bulbar urethra; with proper retraction, the distal to mid bulbar urethra may be used with a single incision.

James M. Hotaling, MD, MS, Section EditorDr. Hotaling is assistant professor of surgery (urology) at the

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