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Disposition

Resolved Ischemic Priapism

Patients who have achieved detumescence after ED management without intracavernosal injection of vasoactive medications may be safely discharged after a brief period of observation. If phenylephrine has been used, it is recommended to observe patients for 1 hour post injection for complications (such as cardiac arrhythmia). Compressive penile dressing and close urology follow-up are recommended.

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