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(1) Russian Doctors Grow a Penis Replacement on Young Man's Arm

(2) The Double Penis

(3) Penis Too Small? International Doctors May Disagree and Advise Against Treatments

(3) Faulty Implant Gave Man 10-Year Erection

(4) Penis Enlargement Scams Get Sued (separate page)

(Updated Feb. 11, 2006)

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(1) Russian Doctors Grow a "New" Penis for Patient

Doctors have grown a new penis on a Russian boy's arm after he lost his old one in a bizarre accident. The 16-year-old, named only as Malik, lost his penis after receiving an electric shock while urinating on an electric wire. Surgeons grew a new penis on his arm and have now moved it to his groin. The Russian Clinical Hospital for Children surgeons created it by putting an empty latex cylinder in Malik's forearm and pumping a solution into it every day, reports Pravda. The cylinder grew on the boy's arm for 10 months until it took on the shape of a penis. Douglas Murray, a past president of the British Association of Plastic Surgeons, told Ananova this kind of plastic surgery was not uncommon. Mr Murray said: "He would probably be able to stand up and urinate instead of having to sit and do so."

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(2) Diphallia - The Double Penis

Below - Diphallia, or penile duplication, is a medical condition in which a male infant is born with two penises. It is estimated that one out of 5 million live births in the United States results in a diphallic birth defect. When diphallia is present, it is usually accompanied by other congenital anomalies such as renal, vertabral, hindgut or anorectal duplication. There is also a higher risk of spina bifida. Infants born with PD and its related conditions have a higher death rate from various infections associated with their more complex renal or colorectal systems.         Text from

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(3) Doctor, doctor, my penis is too small!

Top Israeli doctors and sexologists answer reader questions about penis enlargement

Question: I am 22, I’ve had a girlfriend for the last year. My sexual performance is fine, but I think my penis is too small. I’ve seen all kinds of ads for penis-enlargement treatment. Is this a good thing to do?

According to Dr. Gil Raviv, a urologist at the Sheba Medical Center at Tel Hashomer, and Gila Bruner, a certified sex therapist at the hospital's Center for Sexual Medicine, the answer is absolutely clear: No way!

Penis enlargement is appropriate only in extenuating circumstances when the penis is less than 5-7 centimeters when erect and is probably due to an extremely rare congenital genetic disorder. This measurement must be taken manually by a urologist, as most men do not know how to measure the penis correctly.

Don’t be tempted by the ads promising penis enlargement. You should know that penile enlargement is liable to cause serious side effects, such as a crooked penis, scarring, and loss of sensation. Some "treatments," such as walking around with a splint on the penis for several hours a day in order to “stretch” it have no basis in medical fact.

In addition, both the American and European Association of Urologists consider penis enlargement surgery to be in the category of clinical trials. There is still no proof that they work.

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(3) Faulty Implant Gave Man 10-Year Erection

Associated Press

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (June 23) -

A former handyman has won more than $400,000 in a lawsuit over a penile implant that gave him a 10-year erection.

Charles "Chick" Lennon, 68, received the steel and plastic implant in 1996, about two years before Viagra went on the market. The Dura-II is designed to allow impotent men to position the penis upward for sex, then lower it.

But Lennon could not position his penis downward. He said he could no longer hug people, ride a bike, swim or wear bathing trunks because of the pain and embarrassment. He has become a recluse and is uncomfortable being around his grandchildren, his lawyer said.

In 2004, a jury awarded him $750,000. A judge called that excessive and reduced it to $400,000. On Friday, the Rhode Island Supreme Court affirmed that award in a ruling that turned on a procedural matter.

"I don't know any man who for any amount of money would want to trade and take my client's life," said Jules D'Alessandro, Lennon's attorney. "He's not a whole person."

A lawyer representing both Dura-II manufacturer Dacomed Corp. and the company's insurer declined to comment. Dacomed maintained that nothing was wrong with the implant.

The implant consists of a series of plastic plates strung together with steel surgical wire, almost like a roll of wrapped coins. Springs press against the plates, creating enough surface tension to simulate an erection, D'Alessandro said.

Lennon cannot get the implant removed because of health problems, including open-heart surgery, his lawyer said. Impotence drugs could not help Lennon even if he were able to have the device taken out, because tissue had be to removed for it to be implanted.

Dacomed was later acquired by a California company whose sales dropped when Viagra was introduced on the market. The company filed for bankruptcy the following year.

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