Published in Sex Weekly Plus, November 2nd, 1998
The tool aids surgeons in pinpointing the microscopic nerves around the prostate that control sexual function, so that they can avoid damaging these nerves during prostate removal, said James Brooks, MD, an assistant professor of urology who is participating in a U.S., multi-center study of the device.
"It's a useful tool to help us locate those nerves and decrease the side effects of the operation. I think it has great potential for decreasing impotence after radical...
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