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    Vasculogenic impotence. Arterial and venous surgery.
    Urol Clin North Am 2001 May;28(2):309-19
    Department of Surgery, Division of Urology, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina, USA.
    Arterial revascularization and venous ligation procedures have been introduced within the past 2 decades. Each procedure has in common with the other the fact that initial applications of the operations were widespread among the population of men with vasculogenic erectile dysfunction. In each case, disappointing long-term results led to more limited use of surgery targeting specific groups that clearly would benefit from the procedures. Read More
    [Erectile dysfunction of arterial origin as possible primary manifestation of atherosclerosis].
    Minerva Cardioangiol 1996 May;44(5):243-6
    Servizio di Urologia, Ospedale di Bressanone, Bolzano.
    The incidence of risk factors atherosclerosis and of vasculogenic importance in a group of patients with erectile failure is presented. As a single risk factor only arterial hypertension is associated significantly with arteriogenic importance. Myocardial ischemia and peripheric arteriopathy are also often associated with arteriogenic impotence. Read More
    [Vascular erectile dysfunction].
    Arch Esp Urol 2010 Oct;63(8):611-20
    Hospital de Galdakao-Usánsolo, Vizcaya, España.
    Vascular etiology is present in up to 60% of the patients with erectile dysfunction (ED). Both small vessel disease, such as that in diabetes mellitus, and arteriosclerosis of bigger size arteries, as in hypertension, cause arterial insufficiency and erectile dysfunction. Tobacco smoking alters the arterial hemodynamics in the penis, causing erectile dysfunction in a high percentage of advanced age smokers: pelvic arteries fibrosis and stenosis accelerates the existing arteriosclerosis. Read More
    [Erectile dysfunction arising from polyarteritis nodosa: a case report].
    Hinyokika Kiyo 2002 Nov;48(11):663-6
    Department of Urology, Nara Medical University.
    A 30-year-old male was referred to our department during the examination and treatment for hypertension, because he had not achieved complete erection since the age of 26 years. After detailed examination, he was diagnosed to be suffering from nodal polyarteritis. Since erectile dysfunction persisted, the patient was hospitalized to investigate the cause of erectile dysfunction. Read More