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Anatomo-radiographic observations on the senilization of the arteroes of the penis


, : Anatomo-radiographic observations on the senilization of the arteroes of the penis. Ateneo Parmense 29(1): 134-142

Observations based on use of the anatomo-radiographic method are given and the radiograms described. It was noticed that presenile aspects in the arteries of the penis can be discerned at about 40 years of age. Angiographic marks of senility can be detected between 50 and 60 years of age.

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