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Suspensory Ligament of the Penis

Summary Information: Suspensory Ligament of the Penis

Suspensory Ligament of the Penis: The suspensory ligament of the penis is one ligament in a group of pelvis ligaments. The suspensory ligament of the penis consists of connective tissue that connects the penis to the pubic bone and supports it when engorged with bold during sexual arousal.

Conditions that can afflict the suspensory ligament of the penis include trauma.

Closely Related Organs: Suspensory Ligament of the Penis

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Suspensory Ligament of the Penis

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Sub Parts: Suspensory Ligament of the Penis

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Suspensory Ligament of the Penis

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