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A 56-year-old woman patient was treated for non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in the left breast and subsequently for four recurrences over the next 109 months. This case illustrates the importance of close and long-term follow-up after the initial treatment of this rare disease.
A 6-year-old boy showed priapism after blunt perineal trauma. We diagnosed him with venous priapism mainly based on clinical symptoms, although we could not deny an arterial type. In fear of possible erectile dysfunction as a late complication of the venous type, we performed a shunt operation. The shunt was created between glans penis and corporacavernosa, resulting in disappearance of priapism and preservation of erectile function. We also reviewed 14 cases reported previously.
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