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Immediate salvage with inflatable penile prosthesis in an infected field is associated with a high success rate

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JF, AL, KR, PS, and FAY designed experiments, collected data, and approved the final manuscript; DJ designed experiments, collected data, analyzed data, and wrote the manuscript; JB designed experiments, analyzed data, and contributed to writing and editing the manuscript; DWB helped to organize data and contributed to writing and editing the manuscript.

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Jiang, D., Barnard, J., Barham, D.W. et al. Immediate salvage with inflatable penile prosthesis in an infected field is associated with a high success rate. Int J Impot Res (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41443-022-00576-2

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