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An inflatable implant to treat erectile dysfunction

View full-sized image Drawing of an inflatable implant to treat erectile dysfunction. An erection is produced by squeezing a small pump (a) implanted in a scrotum. The pump causes fluid to flow from a reservoir (b) residing in the lower pelvis to two cylinders (c) residing in
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Drawing of an inflatable implant to treat erectile dysfunction. An erection is produced by squeezing a small pump (a) implanted in a scrotum. The pump causes fluid to flow from a reservoir (b) residing in the lower pelvis to two cylinders (c) residing in

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Drawing of an inflatable implant to treat erectile dysfunction. An erection is produced by squeezing a small pump (a) implanted in a scrotum. The pump causes fluid to flow from a reservoir (b) residing in the lower pelvis to two cylinders (c) residing in

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With an inflatable implant to treat erectile dysfunction. An erection is produced by squeezing a small pump (a) implanted in a scrotum. The pump causes fluid to flow from a reservoir (b) residing in the lower pelvis to two cylinders (c) residing in the p

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