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  West African Journal of Radiology
 

Figure 1: B-mode transverse ultrasound scan of the penis before intracavernosal injection of prostaglandin E1 showing the two dorsally placed corpora cavernosa and the ventrally placed corpus spongiosum. The tunica albuginea is seen as an echogenic layer covering the corpora bodies. No plaque is seen, and the corporal sinusoids are collapsed

Figure 1: B-mode transverse ultrasound scan of the penis before intracavernosal injection of prostaglandin E<sub>1</sub> showing the two dorsally placed corpora cavernosa and the ventrally placed corpus spongiosum. The tunica albuginea is seen as an echogenic layer covering the corpora bodies. No plaque is seen, and the corporal sinusoids are collapsed