Perineal Ultrasound May Be Useful for Assessment of Ejaculatory Disorders
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A new paper in Sexual Medicine Reviews suggests that perineal ultrasound could be a "promising platform" for the evaluation of ejaculatory dysfunction.
The procedure is less invasive than transrectal ultrasound, the authors said.
Perineal ultrasound should allow clinicians to see bulbospongiosal, bulbocavernosal, pelvic floor, and bladder neck muscles and measure several parameters pertinent to ejaculation, such as muscle contractions and latency time.
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